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Thomas to go through training after slur

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Justin Thomas intends to go through an individual training program to "become a better person" after he was picked up uttering a homophobic slur under his breath when he missed a putt at a tournament in Hawaii this month.

Clothing brand Ralph Lauren ended its long-time sponsorship with Thomas following the incident two weeks ago, which the No. 3-ranked American golfer described as "humiliating and embarrassing and it's not me."

Thomas has spoken to his other sponsors - Titleist, FootJoy and global bank Citi are among those listed on his official website - and hopes they will stand by him as he looks to educate himself and restore his reputation.


Woods recovering from fifth back surgery

Tiger Woods has suffered a setback with his back, disclosing Tuesday that he recently had a fifth surgery that will keep him from starting the year until after the West Coast Swing on the PGA Tour.

Woods will not play next week in the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines, which he has won seven times, most recently in 2013. He also won the U.S. Open in 2008 at Torrey Pines, which hosts the U.S. Open again in June. Read More...

Westwood back in Middle East

With the weather fairly miserable and golf courses closed during Britain's latest lockdown, Lee Westwood opted to fly out to the Middle East to do his preseason work ahead of a 28th year on the European Tour.

It might have felt like a homecoming.

Trahan tests positive, withdraws from AE

The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:

D.J. Trahan has withdrawn from this week's PGA Tour event, The American Express, after testing positive for the coronavirus. He was replaced in the field by Michael Gellerman. Read More...

Na wins Sony Open with late surge

The spoils at the Sony Open belonged to Kevin Na, a winner for the fourth straight season after coming from three shots behind with six holes to play for a one-shot victory with a birdie on the final hole.

The consolation prize belonged to Chris Kirk, and it felt like a win. Read More...

Kirk comes up 1 shot short in road back

HONOLULU (AP) The scene was familiar on the PGA Tour, except that it typically involves the winner. The Sony Open wasn't even over and Chris Kirk had reason to celebrate.

He was some 80 feet away to the right of the 18th green, the worst angle for a pin tucked to the right, but just enough room for a reasonable chance. Kirk's pitch was perfect, leading to a birdie that gave him a share of the lead after his fourth consecutive round of 65. Read More...

WGC moving from Mexico City to Florida

The World Golf Championship is moving from Mexico City to the Gulf Coast of Florida this year, a change driven by the COVID-19 pandemic that has put restrictions on travel and kept away spectators.

The PGA Tour sent a memo to players Friday informing them of the relocation for Feb. 25-28. It will be played at The Concession Golf Club in Bradenton, co-designed by Jack Nicklaus and Tony Jacklin. Read More...

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