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Masters: Jason Day ‘comfortable’ going in to tournament

Jason Day will begin his sixth Masters as the heavy favourite, in the company of American Matt Kuchar and South African Ernie Els. He is the world number one, and winner of six of his last 13 tournaments, including back-to-to back wins at the Arnold Palmer Invitational and WGC-Dell Match Play. Day, the hottest player in the game after winning six times in his last 13 starts, and company are scheduled to tee off at 1.06pm on 7 April. Apr 6, 2016
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Charl Schwartzel feeling great after first win in US since 2011 Masters

Charl Schwartzel secured his first victory in the United States since the 2011 Masters by beating Bill Haas in a playoff at the Valspar Championship in Florida on 13 March. South African Schwartzel came from five shots behind in the final round to card a four-under-par 67 before beating Haas with a tap-in par at the first extra hole. Mar 14, 2016
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Adam Scott wins WGC after six-birdie streak

Adam Scott went back-to-back, winning for the second successful week by overcoming some closing-hole drama to claim the WGC-Cadillac Championship in breezy Miami on 6 March. Scott, who won the Honda Classic on 28 February began the final round three shots behind leader Rory McIlroy and fell six strokes off the pace making two double bogeys in the first five holes. However he turned his game around with a run of six birdies in the next nine holes. Mar 7, 2016
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Jordan Spieth says 10-under needed to win PGA Northern Trust Open

Jordan Spieth has already won seven times on the PGA Tour, including two major titles, but he says a victory at Riviera Country Club this week would have special significance. Not only is the iconic par-71 layout, host venue for the PGA Tours Northern Trust Open, one of his favourite courses but its allure very nearly tempted him to study at nearby University of Southern California instead of in his native Texas. Feb 17, 2016
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Jordan Spieth looking for win with Jake Owen at Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Refreshed after a globe-trotting run of tournaments that took him from Hawaii to Abu Dhabi and then Singapore, Jordan Spieth returns to the PGA Tour with high hopes for this weeks Pebble Beach National Pro-Am in California. The American world number one has finished no worse than joint seventh in his last seven starts worldwide while winning twice, and relishes competing in the pro-am celebrity event on the picturesque Monterey Peninsula. Feb 11, 2016
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Rory McIlroy looking for two career slams before retirement

Rory McIlroy is banking on a tried and tested early-season routine to bring him a first title of the year in this weeks Dubai Desert Classic. The world number two and four-times major champion has won the tournament twice including last year and feels very much at home at the Emirates Golf Club. Feb 3, 2016
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Jordan Spieth says Rickie Fowler is the hottest name in golf

Jordan Spieth may be sitting proudly at the top of the world rankings but the American believes his short game needs plenty of work before he can regain the mantle of the hottest player in golf. The Texan spoke to reporters at Sentosa Golf Club on 26 January, ahead of this weeks Singapore Open. Jan 26, 2016