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Blake Adams provided a timely update on his website in advance of his return to competition at this week's Frys.com Open.

Adams has used his platform infrequently, but he always provided a detailed, helpful read. Here's a relevant excerpt that takes us from his canceled comeback on the Web.com Tour in August to today. "So what took me so long? Well, my original plan was to return to golf by way of the Web.com Tour a month or so ago. Through my [Major] medical exemption with the PGA Tour [24 starts to earn $595,483 and retain status], I was allowed "rehab starts" on the Web.com Tour. Everything was on schedule until I pushed myself too far and strained my hip flexor working out. My recovery status went from around 90% at the time to a devastating 50-55%. Rather then pout about it, I rallied the troops and began working even harder to get healthy. ... So here I am, tournament rusty but blessed to have the opportunity to compete in my first tournament since January. And how do I feel? In all honesty, I am about 85%. I am still having a couple of issues but nothing major."
Tue, Oct 8, 2013 12:52:00 AM

GolfChannel.com reported today that Jarrod Lyle is planning to return to competition at the Web.com Tour's Price Cutter Charity Championship on Aug. 7-10, not the Midwest Classic two weeks prior.

Rex Hoggard cited Lyle's manager, Tony Bouffler, as his source for the scheduling. (On Sunday, we relayed news from the Herald Sun in Australia of the earlier date.) Lyle is expected to tee it up for three consecutive weeks and burn through his remaining rehab starts. Whatever actually happens, it's great news that he's full steam ahead on his competitive comeback.
Apr 15 - 3:00 PM

Jason Day's withdrawal from this week's RBC Heritage stems from continued discomfort in his left thumb.

Day ended a six-week break at the Masters following his victory at the Match Play due to the injury. He tied for 20th after surviving the cut on the number. He'll now rest for another three weeks before returning to competition at THE PLAYERS on May 8-11. "I think it's all good but after having to miss so long last time I didn't want to take any unnecessary risks," he said. "I am confident it won't be a long term issue."
Apr 15 - 1:25 PM

Garrick Porteous turned professional today.

Porteous will make his debut at this week's Maybank Malaysian Open. He missed the cut at Augusta National by eight strokes (12-over-par 76-80=156). "It was a huge honor to play my final event as an amateur at the Masters, but I am so excited to finally be turning pro," he said. As a result of his decision, the 2013 British Amateur champion is no longer exempt into the U.S. Open. He concluded his amateur career slotted seventh in the World Amateur Golf Ranking.
Apr 14 - 3:47 PM

Jason Day has been removed from the published field of this week's RBC Heritage.

He shared 20th place at the Masters in what was his first start since winning the Match Play due to an injured left thumb. Day has logged only four starts this season, so he seems destined to land at the membership minimum of 15. Yet, he's currently 19th in the FedExCup standings.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Apr 14 - 3:34 PM

Carlos Ortiz finished off his second Web.com Tour win of 2014 with a final-round 4-under-par 33-35=68 in the El Bosque Mexico Open.

Ortiz bagged seven birdies to just three bogeys in his final navigation of El Bosque GC, ending the tournament at 13-under 275. He entered this week second on the Web.com Tour money list, and has wrestled that spot away from Alex Cejka with this title. Next on his list will be the battlefield promotion straight to the PGA TOUR that comes with three wins in one season. Considering his first win was just two starts ago at the Panama Claro Championship, he's putting off some serious heat.
Apr 13 - 7:19 PM

John Senden carded a 1-over-par 36-37=73 in the final round of the Masters to finish in a tie for eighth at even-par 288.

The top 12 players and ties earn invitation into the 2015 Masters. With 13 players finishes at even par or better, Senden punched his ticked right on the number. Joining him are Bubba Watson (280), Jonas Blixt (283), Jordan Spieth (283), Miguel Angel Jiménez (284), Rickie Fowler (286), Matt Kuchar (286), Lee Westwood (287), Bernhard Langer (288), Jimmy Walker (288), Rory McIlroy (288), Kevin Stadler (288) and Thomas Bjorn (288).
Apr 13 - 7:10 PM

Bubba Watson put an exclamation point on his second Masters victory in three years with a final-round 3-under-par 33-36=69.

While he trailed early in the round to Jordan Spieth, Watson never panicked or flinched under the pressure of playing catch-up. The biggest swing of the round came on the par-5 eighth and par-4 ninth holes. Watson trailed Spieth by two on the tee at8, but the lefty went birdie-birdie while Spieth swallowed a pair of bogeys to flip the lead to two strokes in Watson's favor. When it was all added up, the University of Georgia product's five birdies outpaced a pair of bogeys spread across Augusta National Golf Club. He ends the week at 8-under 280, three strokes clear of Spieth and Jonas Blixt in second place. This is Watson's second victory of the 2013-14 season, joining his win at the Northern Trust Open in February. He moves to second in the FedExCup standings, trailing only Jimmy Walker.
Apr 13 - 6:52 PM

Bubba Watson could only muster a 2-over-par 38-36=74 in the third round of the Masters and now shares the lead with Jordan Spieth at 5-under 211 with 18 holes to play.

Watson rarely looked comfortable in his third lap around Augusta National Golf Club, squaring three bogeys in his first six holes, but hiding behind a crafty eagle at the par-5 second. His only birdie of the day came at the par-4 10th, and it briefly put him back in the lead by himself. It wouldn't be for long, as he bogeyed the par-3 16th with an tee shot that was a bit too aggressive to drop into a share of the lead. The lefty entered the day with the longest stretch of holes without a three putt on the PGA TOUR, but suffered a three-putt bogey on the par-3 sixth and a three-putt par on the par-5 13th. While he no longer enjoys a three-stroke lead as he did this time yesterday, he still owns a spot in the final tee time. He will try and earn his second Masters title in three years on Sunday.
Apr 12 - 6:57 PM

Jordan Spieth took the lead in his first Masters with a 2-under-par 35-35=70 in the third round, improving to 5-under 211 through 54 holes.

Spieth was solid throughout the day, never finding himself over par at any point in his round. He circled two birdies to just one bogey on the front nine at Augusta National Golf Club, then posted the same splits on the back nine. The final round will be a massive measuring stick for how he handles playing in the final pairing of a major championship. On top of that, he also has the chance to become the youngest winner in the history of the Masters. Tiger Woods currently holds that mark but Spieth is seven months younger than Woods was when he slipped on his first green jacket. Pressure will be high.
Apr 12 - 6:33 PM

Dustin Johnson followed his opening 77 at the 78th Masters with a 2-over-par 35-39=74, but missed the cut by three strokes.

DJ found only one birdie at Augusta National today, that a 3 at the seventh hole. He then ran off three bogeys in a four-hole stretch beginning at Amen Corner. The cut of low 50 and ties took precedent over the 10-stroke rule as six golfers at 4-over 148 survived despite sitting 11 shots in arrears of Bubba Watson's pace. However, a series of heavy hitters failed to advance. They include: 149--Phil Mickelson; Charl Schwartzel; Ernie Els; Webb Simpson; Sergio Garcia; Luke Donald; Ryan Moore; Marc Leishman; Victor Dubuisson ... 150--Zach Johnson; Graeme McDowell; Harris English ... 151--Hideki Matsuyama ... 152--Ángel Cabrera; Patrick Reed; Graham DeLaet; Matteo Manassero ... 153--Trevor Immelman; Keegan Bradley ... 154--Jason Dufner; Y.E. Yang ... 155--Matt Every ... 159--Tom Watson.
Apr 11 - 7:43 PM

Jim Furyk crafted a bogey-free, 4-under-par 34-34=68 for his second round of the 78th Masters.

Individual-round statistics are not made available, but Furyk has missed only one of 28 fairways through two rounds. Remarkably, he's found only 23 greens in regulation. Today's loop featured four birdies, two of which on par 5s. He walked off positioned five strokes off the 36-hole clubhouse lead.
Apr 11 - 7:12 PM




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