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What will Tiger Woods' 2021 look like now?

Tiger Woods announced that he had another back procedure. So what does that mean for him in 2021? We look at the year ahead.



Mickelson denies helping Walters' commutation

Attorney Glenn Cohen told ESPN that Phil Mickelson "had nothing to do'' with gambler Billy Walters getting a commuted sentence and that despite what the White House said, no letter or phone call was made by Mickelson on Walters' behalf.



Arnold Palmer Invitational to allow 25% capacity

The Arnold Palmer Invitational has announced plans to allow 25% fan capacity for its March 4-7 event at Bay Hill in Orlando, Florida.



Thomas understands sponsor's stance after slur

Justin Thomas says he understands being dropped by a sponsor after uttering an anti-gay slur.



Trahan out after testing positive for COVID-19

D.J. Trahan will not play in this week's The American Express after becoming the 22nd player to test positive for the coronavirus since the PGA Tour returned to competition in June.



Tiger has procedure for nerve pain in lower back

Tiger Woods will miss the Farmers Insurance Open and the Genesis Invitational after having a microdiscectomy procedure to remove a pressurized disc fragment that was pinching a nerve in his lower back.



Sorenstam: Not 'looking back' at medal ceremony

Golf Hall of Famer Annika Sorenstam, who received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Donald Trump just one day after the attacks at the U.S. Capitol, said she wouldn't "spend any energy looking back" at the timing of the ceremony.



Na rallies over final holes to win Sony Open by 1

Three shots behind with six holes to play, Kevin Na birdied three straight holes and finished with an up-and-down birdie from behind the 18th green for a one-shot victory in the Sony Open on Sunday.



PGA Tour golf best bets: The American Express

The PGA Tour heads to California for Jack Nicklaus' tournament at the PGA West TPC Stadium Course. Our experts offer their best bets for the event.



The next phase of Phil Mickelson, and other important things happening in golf

Phil Mickelson, who 30 years ago won on the PGA Tour as an amateur, begins his 2021 season this week. So what is fair to expect? Plus, making sense of Bryson DeChambeau and more.



From Tiger to Brooks, Rory to DJ, America's Caddie predicts everything in golf in 2021

Nobody sees golf quite like America's Caddie. So who better to tell you everything that is coming than Michael Collins?



Steele gets another chance at Sony Open after 61

Brendan Steele had the lowest score of his PGA Tour career with a 9-under 61, giving him a 2-shot lead and another chance to win the Sony Open.



Taylor aided by late break, leads by 2 at Sony

Nick Taylor holds a 2-shot advantage at the Sony Open, but a large pack that includes Stewart Cink and Webb Simpson is chasing the leader in sunny Hawaii.



Thomas loses Ralph Lauren as sponsor after slur

In a statement, Ralph Lauren said the anti-gay slur Justin Thomas used in a PGA Tour event last week conflicts "with the inclusive culture that we strive to uphold."



'21 WGC-Mexico Championship moved to Florida

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has forced the PGA to move this year's WGC-Mexico Championship to Florida next month.



Cabrera, 2009 Masters winner, arrested in Brazil

Argentine golfer Angel Cabrera was arrested in Brazil for extradition to his homeland to face charges of assault, theft, illegal intimidation and repeated disrespect to authorities.



Niemann finishes with eagle, shares Sony lead

Joaquin Niemann holed a 50-foot chip for eagle on the 18th hole Thursday for an 8-under 62 and a share of the Sony Open lead with Jason Kokrak and Peter Malnati.



PGA Tour to stage Pebble Beach minus amateurs

The PGA Tour will stage the 2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in February minus the traditional multiday pro-am format due to local COVID-19 restrictions.



Gainbridge LPGA event moves to Lake Nona

The Gainbridge LPGA tournament, which was played in Boca Raton last year, is moving to Lake Nona for 2021 as the tour kicks off the year with three stops in Florida.