PGA Tour News

Tiger Set for another Go 'Round at Phoenix Open

Tiger Woods will be making his 2015 PGA Tour debut at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. The $6.3 million event gets underway Thursday during Super Bowl week in Arizona at TPC Scottsdale.

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Allenby Addresses Honolulu Incident

Robert Allenby has been getting a lot of unwanted attention lately. The 43-year-old from Australia was involved in an incident January 16 after he had missed the 36-hole cut in the Sony Open. Later that Friday evening, Allenby, his caddie and another friend went to the Amuse Wine Bar in Honolulu and, following a few drinks, things turned sour for the veteran touring pro.

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Stenson Returns to 'Home' Course this Week

Henrik Stenson made his home in Dubai for 10 years while plying his trade on the European Tour. Though the 38-year-old now lives in Orlando at Lake Nona Golf & Country Club, the tall Swede still has fond memories of his time in Dubai.

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Haas's Play Exceeds 'Expectations'

Bill Haas said after winning the Humana Challenge that his expectation level was low entering the tournament in California's Coachella Valley. But somehow, the 32-year-old North Carolina native and son of veteran touring pro Jay Haas cobbled together four rounds in the 60s and came out on top in the $5.7 million PGA Tour event.

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Jimenez Takes Mitsubishi Electric Championship

Occasional Champions Tour player Miguel Angel Jimenez of Spain fired a 6-under 66 on Sunday to win the Mitsubishi Electric Championship, the 2015 season opener on the over-50 circuit. The 54-hole, $1.18 million event took place at Hualalai Golf Course in Hawaii.

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Haas Secures Second Humana Challenge Title

Despite a bad drive on the par-5 18th hole, Bill Haas had just enough of a cushion to win the Humana Challenge. The $5.7 million PGA Tour event was played on three courses in California's Coachella Valley - the Palmer Private at PGA West (the host course and site of Sunday's final round), Nicklaus Private at PGA West and La Quinta Country Club.

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Grace Nabs Sixth European Title

Branden Grace closed with a 6-under 66 to break a four-way tie entering the final round and win the Qatar Masters. The European Tour event, which had an unusual Wednesday start and Saturday finish, took place at Doha Golf Club.

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DJ to Mark Return at Farmers Insurance Open

Dustin Johnson will make his return to the PGA Tour at the Farmers Insurance Open in two weeks. The announcement was made Friday afternoon.

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