Golf

1:59 PM ET Associated Press BARTOW, Fla. — A professional golfer was one of 124 people arrested in Florida in a prostitution and human-trafficking sting. Tommy “Two Gloves” Gainey, 44, was arrested Sunday and charged with first-degree misdemeanor solicitation, news outlets reported. The Polk County Sheriff’s Office said Wednesday that Gainey was arrested in an
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1:39 AM ET MELBOURNE, Australia — Perhaps out of necessity, Tiger Woods will play again Friday during the second day of the Presidents Cup. He’ll again partner with Justin Thomas, with whom he won his opening match Thursday — the only American victory in what was a surprising 4-1 deficit after the first session at
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1:51 AM ET MELBOURNE, Australia — He may have been left in the locker room for the opening Presidents Cup pairings but Australian Cameron Smith did not retreat from his comments about United States team member Patrick Reed. Just an hour before Els and U.S. captain Tiger Woods took to the stage to announce the
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12:27 AM ET MELBOURNE, Australia — Not only is U.S. captain Tiger Woods playing in the Presidents Cup on Thursday, he’s in the first match. Woods and Justin Thomas will go against the International team of Marc Leishman and Joaquin Niemann at Royal Melbourne, it was announced. They will tee off at 5:32 p.m. ET
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12:39 AM ET MELBOURNE, Australia — The rules violation that cost him two strokes and, perhaps, part of his reputation has followed Patrick Reed from the Bahamas to Australia. The seven-time PGA Tour winner who was deemed to have improved his lie in a sandy waste area last week at the Hero World Challenge heard
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5:42 PM ET MELBOURNE, Australia — Nobody has finished second to Tiger Woods more than Ernie Els, a testament to the South African’s stature in the game over the years as well as the frustration he faced in trying to beat the game’s top player. Els now has a different task in trying to bring
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11:28 AM ET Danish teenager Rasmus Hojgaard gave a nerveless display in a tense sudden-death playoff Sunday to win the Mauritius Open in a three-man shootout. Hojgaard, 18, made eagle on the third playoff hole — after Italy’s Renato Paratore had been eliminated at the first — to edge France’s Antoine Rozner, and in so
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