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Stenson opens up Abu Dhabi lead.

Open champion Henrik Stenson has a two shot lead at the end of day one of golf's Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.

1:54

Who will win the Abu Dhabi Championship?

The four leaders of the championship speak after their opening day efforts.

1:41

Is Tiger ready to compete?

Major winners Adam Scott and Ernie Els welcome the return of Tiger Woods to the game of golf after a long lay-off with a back injury.

0:55

Fowler disappointed by McIlroy absence.

Rickie Fowler admitted his disappointment that Rory McIlroy will miss the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship due to injury.

0:58

European Tour makes criteria changes for Ryder Cup.

ESPN.com's Michael Collins shares the four things you need to know about what the European Tour changed for their Ryder Cup team.

1:35

Europe to have four wildcards at Ryder Cup.

Europe's Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjorn talked about having four wildcard picks for his team in 2018.

1:02

Coachman: Justin Thomas is only getting started.

Jonathan Coachman recalls just a few of many milestones Justin Thomas has reached in his career so far. Michael Collins notes Thomas' three wins in his first five starts, and predicts more big things ahead.

3:01

Willett: Last year was career defining.

Masters champion Danny Willett believes last season was career defining despite feeling he ended the year poorly.

0:36

Justin Thomas stays hot with win at Sony Open.

Justin Thomas finishes seven strokes ahead of Justin Rose to win the Sony Open.

0:55

Thomas continues domination at Sony Open.

In the third round of the Sony Open in Honolulu, Justin Thomas shoots a 65 and keeps a seven-shot lead. Meanwhile, Kevin Kisner misses his chance at a 59 by missing an eagle putt on his last hole.

1:09

McIlory concerned by back injury.

Rory McIlroy, Graeme Storm and Jaco van Zyl spoke after the second day of the South African Open.

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