GOLF NEWS-TRUMP NATIONAL DORAL GOLF CLUB-AT&T BYRON NELSON-TIGER WOODS

The police taped off an area near the Trump National Doral Golf Club in Doral, Fla., after a shooting at the golf resort on Friday.CreditFrieda Frisaro/Associated Press

An armed man ranting against President Trump opened fire on police officers early Friday at the Trump National Doral Miami Golf Club in South Florida before he was wounded and apprehended, the authorities said. By Patricia Mazzei and Alan Blinder

 

After a frustrating opener on the greens at Trinity Forest, Jordan Spieth made progress during the second round of the AT&T Byron Nelson – even though he still couldn’t escape the short miss. Spieth moved up the leaderboard after a 5-under 66, and at 7 under he was inside the top 20 when he ended his round. By Will Gray

No matter what happens this week at the 2018 AT&T Byron Nelson, Jordan Spieth is the star of the show. The headliner shot a 5-under 66 to follow up his 2-under 69 from Thursday and sits inside the top 20 after two rounds at his hometown event. By 

 

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By law, golf scribes are required to evoke the name “Roberto De Vicenzo” anytime something like this transpires, so let’s get that out of the way. And, going on a limb here, the stakes weren’t quite as high during the second round of the AT&T Byron Nelson as they were during the final hours of the 1968 Masters. Still, what happened at Trinity Forest on Friday is a rarity on the PGA Tour. 

 

Matt Kuchar’s streak of consecutive cuts made ends after his second round at the AT&T Byron Nelson.

Catch some of the action at Greystone Golf & Country Club from Bernhard Langer, Gene Sauers, and Miguel Angel Jimenez during the second round at the Regions Tradition on the PGA Tour Champions.

Tiger Woods is going to win the 2018 U.S. Open, if he drives the ball like he did on the weekend at the 2018 Players Championship. By 

 

 

 

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