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- Richard Heathcote / Getty ImagesDon't expect Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia to hug it out anytime soon. Speaking publicly for the first time since their Players Championship spat, Garcia said, 'Tiger doesn't make a difference to my life. And I know that I don't make a difference to his life.' Read The Story
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- Tony Gutierrez / APIs Byron Nelson winner Sang-Moon Bae the next great young player on the PGA Tour? Our panel talks about Bae's impressive victory, Texas' best Tour stop, the impending belly ban and Rory McIlroy's new distraction in this week's PGA Tour Confidential. Read It Now
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