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At a players-only meeting before the Cologuard Classic this week, Kelly urged his friends and competitors to get screened for colon cancer and will continue to urge his fellow PGA Tour Champions golfers to take the Cologuard Challenge, a pledge which asks them to talk to their health care provider and get screened for colon cancer. Read more >

Stricker managed to shake off enough rust from a competitive game that had sat dormant since last August prior to the Waste Management Phoenix Open two weeks ago, but he wasn't able to stay sharp enough long enough to stay near the top of the leaderboard there or at last week's AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. Read more >

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In 2017,  the Cottage Grove resident was part of over 450 different programming classes, taught 100 private lessons to youth, coordinated a special program with the Dane County Juvenile Shelter Home and also played a key part in the “Youth Day & Skills Competition” at the American Family Insurance Championship at University Ridge for a program that continues to expand its reach in the Madison area. Read more >

The Madison native inched up the Waste Management Phoenix Open leaderboard with a 2- under-par 69 in the final round of what has been dubbed “The Greatest Show on Turf.” It was considerably better than his third-round 73, but -- at 7-under 277 for his first 72 holes of work this year -- he was 11 shots off the pace set by Gary Woodland (64), who beat Chez Reavie in a one-hole playoff for the victory. Read more >

In just his second official round since August, Stricker stretched his bogey-free streak to 34 consecutive holes and shot a 4-under-par 67 at the TPC-Scottsdale to climb into the top 10 at the midway point of the PGA Tour event that has been dubbed “The Greatest Show on Turf.” Read more >



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