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Remember the hype around Kentucky's trip to the Bahamas? The buzz was that it was an exceptional team and would wreak havoc on college basketball this season. Hasn't quite worked out that way of course. Duke ate Kentucky alive in the season opener and in two hours reset the season for Kentucky
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16 hours ago
Remember the hype around Kentucky's trip to the Bahamas? The buzz was that it was an exceptional team and would wreak havoc on college basketball this season. Hasn't quite worked out that way of course. Duke ate Kentucky alive in the season opener and in two hours reset the season for Kentucky
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16 hours ago
Remember the hype around Kentucky's trip to the Bahamas? The buzz was that it was an exceptional team and would wreak havoc on college basketball this season. Hasn't quite worked out that way of course. Duke ate Kentucky alive in the season opener and in two hours reset the season for Kentucky
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Jan. 2, 2017 Cotton Bowl — Wisconsin 24, Western Michigan 16 Dec. 24, 2015 Bahamas Bowl — Western Michigan 45, Middle Tennessee 31 Dec. 20, 2014 Famous Idaho Potato Bowl — Air Force 38, Western Michigan 24 Dec. 27, 2011 Little Caesars Pizza Bowl — Purdue 37, Western Michigan 32 Dec. 30, 2008 Texas Bowl
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Jan. 2, 2017 Cotton Bowl — Wisconsin 24, Western Michigan 16 Dec. 24, 2015 Bahamas Bowl — Western Michigan 45, Middle Tennessee 31 Dec. 20, 2014 Famous Idaho Potato Bowl — Air Force 38, Western Michigan 24 Dec. 27, 2011 Little Caesars Pizza Bowl — Purdue 37, Western Michigan 32 Dec. 30, 2008 Texas Bowl
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Jan. 2, 2017 Cotton Bowl — Wisconsin 24, Western Michigan 16 Dec. 24, 2015 Bahamas Bowl — Western Michigan 45, Middle Tennessee 31 Dec. 20, 2014 Famous Idaho Potato Bowl — Air Force 38, Western Michigan 24 Dec. 27, 2011 Little Caesars Pizza Bowl — Purdue 37, Western Michigan 32 Dec. 30, 2008 Texas Bowl
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Jan. 2, 2017 Cotton Bowl — Wisconsin 24, Western Michigan 16 Dec. 24, 2015 Bahamas Bowl — Western Michigan 45, Middle Tennessee 31 Dec. 20, 2014 Famous Idaho Potato Bowl — Air Force 38, Western Michigan 24 Dec. 27, 2011 Little Caesars Pizza Bowl — Purdue 37, Western Michigan 32 Dec. 30, 2008 Texas Bowl
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6 days ago
Tiger Woods learned the hard way two decades ago how important preparation was for Presidents Cup success and he is determined to leave nothing to chance when he captains the United States at next year's edition at Royal Melbourne. The 42-year-old has already expressed his disquiet about his own World Challenge tournament being scheduled for the week before the Dec. 12-15 clash against an International team of players from the rest of the world, excluding Europe. Anyone playing the World Challenge 16,000 kms away in the Bahamas will not get to Australia until Tuesday -- only 48 hours before the start of the Presidents Cup -- and Woods said he needed to ensure they would still be fresh.
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6 days ago
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) - U.S. captain Tiger Woods will have discussions with golf officials in Melbourne on how to best prepare his team for the 2019 Presidents Cup next December at Royal Melbourne. Woods, in Melbourne for a promotional visit, said the talks later Thursday would focus on the options of the Americans playing his Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas, coming to Melbourne the week prior for practice with sand-belt techniques, or playing the Australian Open as the lead-up event at The Australian in Sydney. “We have to figure out some logistical things between now and then and that’s the reason I’m here,” Woods said. “We’ve got a few meetings here today to try to get a plan going
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6 days ago
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — U.S. captain Tiger Woods will have discussions with golf officials in Melbourne on how to best prepare his team for the 2019 Presidents Cup next December at Royal Melbourne. Woods, in Melbourne for a promotional visit, said the talks later Thursday would focus on the options of the Americans playing his Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas, coming to Melbourne the week prior for practice with sand-belt techniques, or playing the Australian Open as the lead-up event at The Australian in Sydney. "We have to figure out some logistical things between now and then and that's the reason I'm here," Woods said. "We've got a few meetings here today to try to get a plan going
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1 week ago
NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) — Three victories in three countries against fields large and small, strong and weak, couldn't make Jon Rahm's year any better. Nothing could top one win that offered no money, no world ranking points or even a trophy to call his own. He beat Tiger Woods in the Ryder Cup. "I don't think there's anything I can do in the game anytime soon that's going to mean more than that," Rahm said. When he spoke late Sunday afternoon after a four-shot victory in the Bahamas, the Masters was still 130 days away. That's the next major, and majors are the greatest achievement for any player. Rahm is no exception. But yes, that Ryder Cup was special. If his tears that Sunday at Le Golf National
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1 week ago
NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) — Three victories in three countries against fields large and small, strong and weak, couldn't make Jon Rahm's year any better. Nothing could top one win that offered no money, no world ranking points or even a trophy to call his own. He beat Tiger Woods in the Ryder Cup. "I don't think there's anything I can do in the game anytime soon that's going to mean more than that," Rahm said. When he spoke late Sunday afternoon after a four-shot victory in the Bahamas, the Masters was still 130 days away. That's the next major, and majors are the greatest achievement for any player. Rahm is no exception. But yes, that Ryder Cup was special. If his tears that Sunday at Le Golf National
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1 week ago
NASSAU, Bahamas Bubba Watson ends the year at No. 12 in the Presidents Cup standings, and his mission is to be at Royal Melbourne one year from now. But not necessarily as a player. Watson was asked during the Hero World Challenge what would make a good 2019, and he didn't hesitate. "I have been bugging Mr. Tiger Woods about being a vice captain for Australia," Watson said. "I would love the honor of doing that again. The reason why is I feel like I can service. For me personally, I have more enjoyment serving 12 guys than playing." He has experience in that role. Watson was No. 7 in the world ranking, and No. 9 in the Ryder Cup standings, when he was left off the team. Davis Love III wound up
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1 week ago
Jon Rahm broke into tears when he beat Tiger Woods in the Ryder Cup, the most meaningful moment of his career. Sunday wasn't bad either, not with Woods handing him the trophy after Rahm turned a potential shootout into a runaway victory on the back nine in the Bahamas to end his year by winning the Hero World Challenge. ''I hope I keep winning three times every year,'' Rahm said.
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1 week ago
Jon Rahm broke into tears when he beat Tiger Woods in the Ryder Cup, the most meaningful moment of his career. Sunday wasn't bad either, not with Woods handing him the trophy after Rahm turned a potential shootout into a runaway victory on the back nine in the Bahamas to end his year by winning the Hero World Challenge. "I hope I keep winning three times every year," Rahm said.
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1 week ago
NASSAU, Bahamas — Thank goodness for Hideki Matsuyama, Tiger Woods is likely thinking, otherwise Woods would have finished DFL in his own tournament — Dead Freaking Last. Woods finished 17th among the 18 players in the field, carding 1-under for the week after shooting 1-over 73 on Sunday. He finished 19 shots behind winner Jon...
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Two months after beating Tiger Woods at the Ryder Cup, Jon Rahm won his hero's tournament on Sunday, surging to a four-stroke win at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.
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NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) — Jon Rahm turned a potential shootout into a Bahamas breeze Sunday, closing with a 7-under 65 for a four-shot victory in the Hero World Challenge. Starting the final round in a three-way tie with Tony Finau and Henrik Stenson, Rahm took the lead when Finau made bogey on the par-3 eighth hole, and the 24-year-old Spaniard never trailed the rest of the day at Albany Golf Club. Finau was the last challenger until the 14th hole, when he went from a sandy area to a bunker and over the green, leading to double bogey. Rahm made birdie on the hole, and suddenly had a five-shot lead without much trouble to get in the way. Rahm ends his year with three victories, just like in 2017,
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1 week ago
The “live update” was from the 18-man exhibition Woods and his foundation run in the Bahamas. Look, I completely get the whole icon thing with Woods. Taking out the golf part, whether I completely understand the Tiger phenomenon is another story for another day.
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1 week ago
Jon Rahm turned a potential shootout into a Bahamas breeze Sunday, closing with a 7-under 65 for a four-shot victory in the Hero World Challenge. Starting the final round in a three-way tie with Tony Finau and Henrik Stenson, Rahm took the lead when Finau made bogey on the par-3 eighth hole, and the 24-year-old Spaniard never trailed the rest of the day at Albany Golf Club. Finau was the last challenger until the 14th hole, when he went from a sandy area to a bunker and over the green, leading to double bogey.
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Jon Rahm used a flawless seven birdie, no bogey final-round 65 to handily capture the Hero World Challenge at Albany Golf Club in the Bahamas. Although a limited-field event with only 18 players, Rahm beat most of the top players in the game to take the title. Over the four rounds Rahm made 25 birdies against just three bogeys and a double bogey.
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Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer Close Senior golf writer for ESPN.com Covered golf for more than 20 years Earned Evans Scholarship to attend Indiana University NASSAU, Bahamas -- It was a week that wasn't up to his standards, and perhaps somewhat surprising given all the success he had in 2018 in a comeback season that saw him win for the 80th time on the PGA Tour. Tiger Woods ended the Hero World Challenge on Sunday by watching another birdie putt slide past the hole, and he finished well behind winner Jon Rahm, barely avoiding last place in an annual event that benefits his TGR Foundation. But he wasn't apologizing. "Well, the round wasn't very good starting out; it was quite awful,'' said Woods,
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Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer Close Senior golf writer for ESPN.com Covered golf for more than 20 years Earned Evans Scholarship to attend Indiana University NASSAU, Bahamas -- It was a week that wasn't up to his standards, and perhaps somewhat surprising given all the success he had in 2018 in a comeback season that saw him win for the 80th time on the PGA Tour. Tiger Woods ended the Hero World Challenge on Sunday by watching another birdie putt slide past the hole, and he finished well behind winner Jon Rahm, barely avoiding last place in an annual event that benefits his TGR Foundation. But he wasn't apologizing. "Well, the round wasn't very good starting out; it was quite awful,'' said Woods,
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Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer Close Senior golf writer for ESPN.com Covered golf for more than 20 years Earned Evans Scholarship to attend Indiana University NASSAU, Bahamas -- It was a week that wasn't up to his standards, and perhaps somewhat surprising given all the success he had in 2018 in a comeback season that saw him win for the 80th time on the PGA Tour. Tiger Woods ended the Hero World Challenge on Sunday by watching another birdie putt slide past the hole, and he finished well behind winner Jon Rahm, barely avoiding last place in an annual event that benefits his TGR Foundation. But he wasn't apologizing. "Well, the round wasn't very good starting out; it was quite awful,'' said Woods,
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Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer Close Senior golf writer for ESPN.com Covered golf for more than 20 years Earned Evans Scholarship to attend Indiana University NASSAU, Bahamas -- It was a week that wasn't up to his standards, and perhaps somewhat surprising given all the success he had in 2018 in a comeback season that saw him win for the 80th time on the PGA Tour. Tiger Woods ended the Hero World Challenge on Sunday by watching another birdie putt slide past the hole, and he finished well behind winner Jon Rahm, barely avoiding last place in an annual event that benefits his TGR Foundation. But he wasn't apologizing. "Well, the round wasn't very good starting out; it was quite awful,'' said Woods,
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Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer Close Senior golf writer for ESPN.com Covered golf for more than 20 years Earned Evans Scholarship to attend Indiana University NASSAU, Bahamas -- It was a week that wasn't up to his standards, and perhaps somewhat surprising given all the success he had in 2018 in a comeback season that saw him win for the 80th time on the PGA Tour. Tiger Woods ended the Hero World Challenge on Sunday by watching another birdie putt slide past the hole, and he finished well behind winner Jon Rahm, barely avoiding last place in an annual event that benefits his TGR Foundation. But he wasn't apologizing. "Well, the round wasn't very good starting out; it was quite awful,'' said Woods,
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NASSAU, Bahamas — Well, the weather was nice. Millions of dollars were raised for his foundation. And he did drive the ball with authority. Still, it was one of those weeks for Tiger Woods in the Hero World Challenge at Albany Golf Club. With a tap-in par on the final hole in Sunday’s final round, Woods shot 1-over-par 73 and finished 17th in the elite field of 18 at the tournament he hosts. Woods, who battled a cold earlier in the week, had a run-in with a potential rules violation in the second round and couldn’t overcome poor chipping and putting throughout his 72 holes, finished at 1 under for the tournament. “It was quite awful,” Woods said of his round. “Overall it was a long week.” Woods
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Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer Close Senior golf writer for ESPN.com Covered golf for more than 20 years Earned Evans Scholarship to attend Indiana University NASSAU, Bahamas -- Travel is far more an annoyance than downright drudgery for Tiger Woods, who has his own plane and can arrive and depart when he desires, without the hassle of overhead bin restrictions. And surely he has nothing against the tropical locale that is Hawaii, specifically the island of Maui, where the PGA Tour has commenced its calendar year schedule for the better part of the past two decades. But Woods has avoided that part of the world like he has security lines and tourist traps, electing to skip what is now known as the
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Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer Close Senior golf writer for ESPN.com Covered golf for more than 20 years Earned Evans Scholarship to attend Indiana University NASSAU, Bahamas -- Travel is far more an annoyance than downright drudgery for Tiger Woods, who has his own plane and can arrive and depart when he desires, without the hassle of overhead bin restrictions. And surely he has nothing against the tropical locale that is Hawaii, specifically the island of Maui, where the PGA Tour has commenced its calendar year schedule for the better part of the past two decades. But Woods has avoided that part of the world like he has security lines and tourist traps, electing to skip what is now known as the
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Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer Close Senior golf writer for ESPN.com Covered golf for more than 20 years Earned Evans Scholarship to attend Indiana University NASSAU, Bahamas -- Travel is far more an annoyance than downright drudgery for Tiger Woods, who has his own plane and can arrive and depart when he desires, without the hassle of overhead bin restrictions. And surely he has nothing against the tropical locale that is Hawaii, specifically the island of Maui, where the PGA Tour has commenced its calendar year schedule for the better part of the past two decades. But Woods has avoided that part of the world like he has security lines and tourist traps, electing to skip what is now known as the
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Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer Close Senior golf writer for ESPN.com Covered golf for more than 20 years Earned Evans Scholarship to attend Indiana University NASSAU, Bahamas -- Travel is far more an annoyance than downright drudgery for Tiger Woods, who has his own plane and can arrive and depart when he desires, without the hassle of overhead bin restrictions. And surely he has nothing against the tropical locale that is Hawaii, specifically the island of Maui, where the PGA Tour has commenced its calendar year schedule for the better part of the past two decades. But Woods has avoided that part of the world like he has security lines and tourist traps, electing to skip what is now known as the
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1 week ago
Tiger Woods finished the Hero World Challenge on Sunday and headed to Australia to promote the Presidents Cup as the U.S. captain. It leads to a messy schedule that could affect two tournaments - his unofficial Hero World Challenge, an 18-man field of players from the top 50 in the world, and the Australian Open, which was hopeful of a strong field a week before the Presidents Cup at Royal Melbourne. The Presidents Cup is Dec. 12-15, the latest it has ever been played.
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Tiger Woods finished the Hero World Challenge on Sunday and headed to Australia to promote the Presidents Cup as the U.S. captain. Woods will have 12 players with him, and he could be a playing captain. It leads to a messy schedule that could affect two tournaments — his unofficial Hero World Challenge, an 18-man field of players from the top 50 in the world, and the Australian Open, which was hopeful of a strong field a week before the Presidents Cup at Royal Melbourne.
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Speaking at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas, Woods said his desire was as strong as ever but acknowledged that his middle-aged and much-operated-on body was not able to do all the things his younger self could. "The desire hasn't changed. It's just the body is sometimes unwilling to respond to what the mind wants," the 14-times major champion told Golf Channel.
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Speaking at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas, Woods said his desire was as strong as ever but acknowledged that his middle-aged and much-operated-on body was not able to do all the things his younger self could. "The desire hasn't changed. It's just the body is sometimes unwilling to respond to what the mind wants," the 14-times major champion told Golf Channel.
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Gretzky relaxed in the Bahamas over the weekend.
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