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Steve DiMeglio

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Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Steve:

Xander Schauffele packs gold medal, good vibes for return to Japan for Zozo Championship

Xander Schauffele packed a little something extra for his trip back to Japan. → Read More

Rory McIlroy goes low to claim CJ Cup for 20th win on PGA Tour

McIlroy won for the 20th time in Tour on Sunday at a 6-under 6 in the final round. → Read More

Headliners Rickie Fowler, Rory McIlroy and Adam Scott set up potential blockbuster for CJ Cup final round

After Keith Mitchell looked in complete control through first few days, Rickie Fowler, Rory McIlroy stormed up the leaderboard Saturday. → Read More

'I needed to get something going': Adam Scott lights it up with four birdies, two eagles in seven holes at CJ Cup

Fortunes can turn quickly in Vegas. Sometimes to the good, more often to the bad. For Adam Scott, it was to the better. → Read More

One shot at the CJ Cup showed Jordan Spieth is Jordan Spieth again

Jordan Spieth's shot to set up eagle at the par-5 sixth hole was the best shot of the 65 he took in the second round at the CJ Cup. → Read More

With rounds of 62-64, Keith Mitchell grabs CJ Cup lead and is proving Rory McIlroy knows what he's talking about

True to Rory McIlroy’s words, Keith Mitchell has played lights out this week. → Read More

Sizzling Robert Streb starts CJ Cup in record-tying fashion with five birdies and an eagle in first six holes

Appropriately, Robert Streb went on a heater to start this week's PGA Tour stop in Las Vegas. → Read More

Rory McIlroy learned something important about himself during emotional Ryder Cup

Rory McIlroy learned something important about himself during Team Europe's emotional and historic Ryder Cup loss. → Read More

U.S. Ryder Cup captain Dustin Johnson? He'd be onboard

Dustin Johnson’s uncluttered mind and carefree demeanor could be a perfect combination to lead the U.S. troops sometime down the line. → Read More

Dustin Johnson begins season in Las Vegas at CJ Cup looking to become Dustin Johnson again

In his last six starts, Dustin Johnson had four top-10s, including a tie for eighth in the British Open. → Read More

'Stupid is as stupid does:' Phil Mickelson, Justin Thomas and more PGA Tour players react to USGA, R&A driver news

Phil Mickelson said, "Stupid is as stupid does," about the USGA and R&A's new driver rule. Here's how other PGA Tour players reacted. → Read More

Justin Thomas, nicknamed the Icon of the CJ Cup, starts new season with new caddie Jim 'Bones' Mackay

Justin Thomas is naturally called JT, but he learned on Tuesday he has another handle halfway around the world. → Read More

World No. 3 and two-time major winner Collin Morikawa sets high bar: 'There's a lot of room for improvement'

The World No. 3 believes there's always room for improvement, and will look to take advantage of a home game this week at the CJ Cup. → Read More

Sizzling Sam Burns can stand alongside Tiger Woods with a win on Sunday in the Shriners Children's Open

Sam Burns is in position to join some elite company. → Read More

Lanto Griffin thought he'd be sipping bourbon on Saturday, instead he's making a run at the Shriners

Lanto Griffin thought his week was over after turning in a 1-over-par 72 in Thursday’s first round of the Shriners Children’s Open. → Read More

Young stars Scottie Scheffler, Will Zalatoris among notables to miss the cut at Shriners Children's Open

While Sungjae Im and Chad Ramey lead the field of 73 players into the weekend at 14 under, several players didn't advance. → Read More

Matthew Wolff is on quite a roll in Las Vegas, moves into contention again at Shriners Children's Open

Matthew Wolff shot his 10th consecutive round in the 60s at TPC Summerlin in the Shriners Children’s Open and moved into contention again. → Read More

Sam Burns remains on a heater, grabs clubhouse lead in Shriners Children's Open

Sam Burns continued his torrid ascension toward the elite ranks in the game in Friday’s second round of the Shriners Children’s Open. → Read More

Struggling Sung Kang reluctantly turns to video, then shoots 61 to grab the lead at Shriners Children's Open

Sung Kang has always been reluctant to watch video of his swing, but earlier this week he did just that, carded 61 on Thursday in Vegas. → Read More

Europe's Viktor Hovland focuses on positives from 19-9 drubbing to the U.S. in Ryder Cup

After an opening 67 at the Shriners Children's Open, Viktor Hovland spoke about taking the positives from Europe's Ryder Cup loss to U.S. → Read More