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  1. Talking to the media ahead of the Hero World Challenge, Woods touched on a number of topics facing his career and the future of professional men's golf.
  2. The wealthy Saudi-backed LIV Golf league embodied its "Golf, but louder" slogan in its first season. But can a league that embraced 54 holes, team golf and shotgun starts sustain? What about its players?
  3. In a development that PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan labeled "a big deal," onsite betting is headed to tournament locations, including the TPC Scottsdale, site of the WM Phoenix Open, where construction on a sportsbook began in May.
  4. Nelly Korda and Lexi Thompson are representing the LPGA Tour this week in the QBE Shootout. Next year, they will have plenty of company.
  5. Viktor Hovland won the Hero World Challenge on Sunday to join tournament host Tiger Woods as the only back-to-back winners.
  6. Thriston Lawrence held on to win his home South African Open despite a final-round 2-over 74.
  7. Rory McIlroy said Greg Norman's "brainwash" comment led to his decision to "be as much of a pain" to the LIV Golf CEO and commissioner as possible.
  8. Ashleigh Buhai has survived an afternoon of carnage to win the Australian Open and achieve a feat not even Cameron Smith can claim.
  9. Adrian Meronk is the first Polish player to win the Australian Open after romping to a five-stroke victory at Victoria Golf Club.
  10. Viktor Hovland made 10 birdies Saturday to finish at 8-under 64, giving him a three-shot lead as he seeks back-to-back wins at the Hero World Challenge.