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Latest News

McIlroy, Bubba, Stenson commit to WGC Match Play

Monday, March 30, 2015 9:52:00 PM

The top three players in the world – Rory McIlroy, Henrik Stenson and Bubba Watson – have officially committed to the new-look WGC Match Play.

With a new date (April 27 – May 3), a new location (San Francisco's Harding Park), a new sponsor (Cadillac) and a new format (group round robin, followed by single-elimination match play), the WGC Match Play is sure to be one of the more intriguing non-major events of the season.

Along with the Nos. 1, 2 and 3 players in the world, Dustin Johnson, Sergio Garcia and Rickie Fowler had previously committed. The event is expected to draw most of the top 64 players in the world, but Tiger Woods is currently not among them as the 14-time major champion fell to No. 104 in the rankings Monday. Although signs are pointing to Woods playing in next week's Masters after taking eight weeks off to work on his game, he still has some work to do to get back into the WGC events. The former world No. 1 failed to qualify for the WGC-Cadillac Championship at Doral and has not played in a tournament since withdrawing from the Farmers Insurance Open with a back injury.

Stenson (flu) cancels Augusta practice, WDs from Houston

Monday, March 30, 2015 3:31:00 PM

Henrik Stenson has withdrawn from this week’s Shell Houston Open after coming down with the flu. He was replaced in the field by Cameron Percy.

The world No. 2 tweeted Monday that the illness has also forced him to cancel a last-minute recon trip to Augusta National in advance of next week’s Masters. He said that he hopes to be “up and running” by next week.

Stenson has played the Houston stop each of the past three years. It was supposed to be his final tune-up for the Masters, after he blew the 54-hole lead at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. He has three consecutive top-5 finishes on the PGA Tour. 

Kings of Distance: 2015 Valero Texas Open

Monday, March 30, 2015 3:53:00 PM

Each week on GolfChannel.com, we’ll take a detailed look at the players who pounded the farthest and fastest drives on the PGA Tour. Here are the five most important distance-related stats from the 2015 Valero texas Open:

Longest drive: Gary Woodland, 395 yards

Woodland is 10th on Tour in average driving distance at 305 yards and used his length to turn in a T-26 finish at TPC San Antonio. 

Recent leaders: Paul Casey (Arnold Palmer Invitational); Scott Pinckney, 380 yards (Valspar Championship)

Driving distance: Dustin Johnson, 324.4 yards

Johnson not only led this category for the third time in six starts this year, but he also leads the Tour in average driving distance at 318.8 yards.

Recent leaders: Adam Scott, 308.4 yards (Arnold Palmer Invitational); Andres Romero, 295.8 yards (Valspar Championship)

Carry distance: Tony Finau, 334.8 yards

Finau led the Tour in this statistic for several weeks earlier this year before forfeiting the top spot to - guess who - Dustin Johnson, who's flying the ball an average of 310.9 yards per drive.

Recent leaders: Adam Scott, 300.0 yards (Arnold Palmer Invitational); Robert Garrigus, 307.5 yards (Valspar Championship)

Clubhead speed: Dustin Johnson, 124.17 mph

After starting on the wrong side of the draw and opening with a 78, Johnson's length certainly helped the WGC winner rally to a T-6 finish this week.

Recent leaders: Henrik Stenson, 123.47 mph (Arnold Palmer Invitational); Henrik Stenson, 122.06 mph (Valspar Championship)

Ball speed: Dustin Johnson, 184.39 mph

That same length has vaulted Johnson to the tops of leaderboards since his return. In six starts, he's posted four top-six finishes, including one win.

Recent leaders: Jason Kokrak, 180.16 mph (Arnold Palmer Invitational); Jason Kokrak, 180.67 mph (Valspar Championship)