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Michelob Light Classic, Former LPGA Tournament

The Michelob Light Classic was a golf tournament on the LPGA Tour that had a short but strong run beginning in the mid-1990s. All eight of its champions were tour stars at the time of their victories, and one of the greatest golfers of all-time won half of the tournament titles.

PGA Championship Scoring Records

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Which golfers hold the big scoring records at the PGA Championship? The ones who follow in the categories below. We take a look at the 72-hole records for both total strokes and strokes under par, plus the 18-hole and 9-hole records.

PGA Tour Doral Open Golf Tournament (Winners, History)

The Doral Open was a golf tournament on the PGA Tour played for 45 consecutive years, from the early 1960s into the 2000s. It went by numerous names over that span, but was often simply known, to both players and fans, as "The Doral." It was played on the Blue Monster Course in Doral, Fla., and was typically considered one of the premiere non-majors on tour.

Most Wins in the Same LPGA Tournament: These Are the Record-Holders

Which LPGA golfers hold the record for winning the same tournament the most times? Four golfers share that record, and all four are Hall of Famers.

Big Break Atlantis: Cast, Who Won, Watch Episodes

Big Break Atlantis was a television series that aired on the Golf Channel in 2012. It was the 17th season of the Golf Channel's The Big Break franchise, in which golfers competed in skills challenges and golf matches, with golfer(s) eliminated each week. The first episode of Big Break Atlantis aired on May 14, 2012.

1977 Ryder Cup Winner and Match Scores

The 1977 Ryder Cup was the last of an era: It was the final time Team Great Britain & Ireland competed; beginning in 1979, the opponent for Team USA became Team Europe. Alas for the GB&I squad, it was unable to go out a winner.

Presidents Cup Results: Scores of Every Match Played

The Presidents Cup is the international men's pro team golf tournament in which United States golfers play against a team of International golfers. It was launched in 1994, created by the PGA Tour as a way for internationals — defined as golfers who are not eligible to play for the U.S. or Europe in the Ryder Cup — to get to play in a major, Ryder Cup-style event.

PGA Tour Tucson Open Golf Tournament

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he Tucson Open (called the Chrysler Classic of Tucson when it was last played) was a PGA Tour golf tournament played from the 1940s into the 2000s. It boasted a rich history of champions and notable happenings.

13 Celebrities Who Had PGA Tour Golf Tournaments Named for Them

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The PGA Tour's past, including its recent past, includes some famous celebrities. We're not talking about pro-ams, though, which have always been plenty. Or tournaments at which a non-golf celebrity (an actor, singer, entertainer) acted as the host. We're talking about PGA Tour tournaments named for celebrities — celebs whose names were part of the tournament's official title.

Dunhill Cup International Team Golf Tournament

The Dunhill Cup, named for luxury good maker Alfred Dunhill Ltd., the title sponsor, was an international team tournament played at The Old Course at St. Andrews in Scotland for 16 years beginning in the mid-1980s. Each country that entered was represented by three golfers, and most of the top teams brought three of their best.