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2014 Golf Year In Review
(L-R) Lydia Ko, Rory McIlroy and Bernhard Langer
The story of the year was Rory McIlroy, center.
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) - The 2014 golf season got off to roaring start for one player and another player dominated the late part of the schedule, while several others were great throughout.

The 2014 schedule started in late 2013 and Jimmy Walker was the story early on as he won three times between October and February. Patrick Reed won a pair of events and declared himself a top-5 player, and promptly went into a tailspin.

Reed went 12 more events, and nearly five full months, before his next top-10 finish. He did play well at the Ryder Cup, but he couldn't help the United States win the cup back.

After Bubba Watson won the Masters for a second time, Martin Kaymer returned to the winners circle for the first time in three years as he won the Players Championship and followed that with a resounding win at the U.S. Open.  Full Story


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