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Day heads home as mom faces lung cancer

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) Six holes into his opening match, Jason Day walked off the golf course.

It was the fourth time in the last three years that he withdrew in the middle of a tournament. Read More...

Mickelson: I won't be called as witness

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) While his name has been mentioned as a pivotal figure in a federal insider trading criminal trial, Phil Mickelson shrugged off any hint that will be hanging over him this week or in the run up to The Masters next month - both with his play and his comments.

"I'm not a part of that," Mickelson said after easily winning his first-round match Wednesday at the Dell Technologies Match Play. "It's not even a thought." Read More...

Poulter heads field at Puerto Rico Open

With 64 of the world's top 69 players teeing up this week in the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play in Austin, Texas, some might consider the Puerto Rico Open, the PGA Tour's opposite event, an afterthought.

But don't try to tell that to the 132 players that will battle at the Tom Kite-Bob Cupp designed course at the Coco Beach Golf and Country Club and the ever-present winds beginning Thursday in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico, on the island's northeast corner. Read More...

Ko looks to defend title at Kia Classic

Lydia Ko, the world's top-ranked women's professional golfer, is set to defend her title as the LPGA Tour heads to Carlsbad, Calif., for the eighth edition of the Kia Classic.

A field of 144 players, including the top 18 in the Rolex Rankings, will contest the tour's sixth event of the season, which begins Thursday at the Aviara Golf Club just north of San Diego. Read More...

Howell, Bryan chasing Masters bid

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) For the first time, the winner of the Puerto Rico Open could earn a spot in the Masters.

But only if that winner is Wesley Bryan, and even that might not be enough. Read More...

No-shows no longer a big problem

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) Five eligible players are not at the Dell Technologies Match Play this year, the highest number of dropouts in 16 years.

Good luck finding someone at Austin Country Club who can name them all. Read More...

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