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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.


Who will win the Abu Dhabi Championship?

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


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.


Fowler disappointed by McIlroy absence.

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


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.


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.


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.


Willett: Last year was career defining.

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


Justin Thomas stays hot with win at Sony Open.

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


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.


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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