This year, the U.S. Open returns to the site of it’s second playing — Shinnecock Hills Golf Club — and the story lines abound. Can we see another first time major winner? Will Phil Mickelson finish the career grand-slam? There’s more, but I’ve got to get to the casino and place these bets.

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The world’s best are in Dublin, Ohio for the Memorial Tournament. Jack’s tournament.

Of all the the non-major, non-PLAYERS Championship championships, this is the one everyone wants to win. There’s just something special about getting to hang with the Golden Bear.

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The world’s best golfers spent last week in Austin for the one of the year’s alternate format events — the Dell Technologies Match Play Championship. For most, the bracket-style format is a favorite — especially during March Madness — but most are just glad it’s over.

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It seems like just yesterday we were wishing away the holidays and watching the PGA Tour tee it up in Hawaii — but, with the culmination of the Genesis Open at Riviera Country Club, we are through the west coast swing on to Florida — less than 50 days from the Masters and the offical-unofficial start of Spring. 

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The PGA Tour heads north from the Monterrey Peninsula towards tinsel town for the Genesis Open at Riviera County Club in Los Angeles. It’s the final stop of the Tour’s calendar year-opening swing through the United States West Coast and last chance to pick up a win in sunny California until late summer. 

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Few weeks on the PGA Tour are  as picturesque as this one. Once again, the world’s best head to the Monterrey Peninsula and trifecta of golf perfection — Spyglass Hill, Monterrey Peninsula Country Club and Pebble Beach Golf Links — for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

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The Career Builder Challenge is one of the lowest scoring events of the year. Always the shootout, the 2018 edition certainly didn’t disappoint. Thirty-six holes wasn’t enough for Jon Rahm and Andrew Landry to decide the event, so they played on. Rahm eventually prevailed in extra holes, collecting the second win of his PGA Tour career. 

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The PGA Tour returns stateside this week for the fifth event of the 2017-’18 season — the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open at TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas.

After three straight weeks of prime-time TV golf during the Tour’s swing through the far East, the best in the world return to the U.S. and normal weekend tee times — which also means a return to fantasy lineup normalcy.

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