Golf

7:57 AM ET Spanish golfer Nuria Iturrios has established a four-shot halfway lead after taming brutal winds in the second round of the Australian Ladies Classic at Bonville. Iturrios carded a superb five-under-par 67 in Friday’s challenging conditions to take command of the tournament at eight-under overall. The 23-year-old backed up a steady front nine
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8:21 PM ET MEXICO CITY — The first-tee announcer at Club de Golf Chapultepec had Tiger Woods laughing as he teed up his ball, introducing the 80-time PGA Tour winner in most unusual fashion. But Woods’ introduction to a Mexico golf competition was not so funny. Woods promptly knocked his tee shot out of bounds,
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8:36 PM ET Associated Press MEXICO CITY — Jordan Spieth‘s father decided at the last minute to come down to the Mexico Championship without realizing how much he would be needed. Spieth’s caddie had to leave Wednesday morning when his father died. Shawn Spieth stepped in as his son’s caddie, his first time on the
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6:40 PM ET Associated Press RIO GRANDE, Puerto Rico — Andres Romero shot a 6-under 66 in windy conditions Thursday to take the first-round lead in the PGA Tour’s Puerto Rico Open. Romero birdied three of his last five holes in a bogey-free round at Coco Beach Golf and Country Club. The 37-year-old Argentine player
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5:27 PM ET Sydney amateur Doey Choi has a two-stroke lead heading into the second round of the Australian Ladies Classic after a record-setting effort at the Bonville golf resort. The reigning Queensland and South Australian amateur champion fired an impressive six-under 66 in tricky morning conditions on Thursday to top the leaderboard from Sweden’s
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2:00 PM ET Associated Press CHONBURI, Thailand — Eun-Hee Ji of South Korea led the LPGA Thailand by two shots after opening with a 9-under-par 63 Thursday. Ji won her fifth U.S. LPGA Tour title in her previous event last month, the season-opening Tournament of Champions in Florida. She picked up right where she left
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1:53 PM ET MEXICO CITY — Tiger Woods said he will skip his hometown Honda Classic next week and has committed to the Arnold Palmer Invitational and the Players Championship. A busy spring schedule has been the subject of much conjecture for Woods, who is playing his third event and second in a row at
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9:55 PM ET MEXICO CITY — Jordan Spieth‘s caddie, Michael Greller, had to leave the WGC-Mexico Championship because of the death of his father, John Greller. Shawn Spieth, Jordan’s father, will take Greller’s place at Club de Golf Chapultepec, where the first round begins Thursday. The Golf Channel first reported the news, and tournament officials
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