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By PGA Tour News on Wed, Apr 23 2014 10:36 PM
ZURICH CLASSIC: Tee times | Featured Groups | Expert Picks | Power Rankings | Fantasy Insider AVONDALE, La. – Billy Horschel’s putter earned him his first PGA TOUR win a year ago right here in New Orleans. This week, it’s the only thing standing between him and his second. When Horschel arrived at TPC Louisiana a year ago, a win seemed almost inevitable. He’d finished top 10 in his last three starts and the Zurich Classic seems to be a godsend for future winners searching for their first victory. He didn’t disappoint, pouring in a dramatic birdie at the 72nd hole to edge D.A. Points by a stroke. “That week, the hole looked like this,” he said, forming his arms into an un-missable circle the size of a laundry basket. “Right now, the hole looks about that big,” he said with a bit of a sad smile, curling his index finger and thumb into a thimble-sized circle. “That’s all it was, the putts go in. I’m always going to strike it good enough to play well … it just comes down to the...
By Golf Week on Wed, Apr 23 2014 11:11 PM
By LPGA News & Entertainment on Wed, Apr 23 2014 9:30 PM
This week’s Swinging Skirts event held at Lake Merced Golf Club will mark a homecoming for several Bay Area natives, including Paula Creamer and Juli Inkster.
Forget your opponents; always play against par.