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Callaway tops 1Q profit forecasts

CARLSBAD, Calif. _ Callaway Golf Co. on Wednesday reported first-quarter profit of $38.4 million. The average estimate of seven analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of 37 cents per share. Seven analysts surveyed by Zacks expected $278.8 million.

Source: The Associated Press

Tee time with Justin Rose

Justin Rose, pro golfer, discusses the upcoming PGA Zurich Classic, defending his championship crown, Olympic golf in Rio and golfing for a cause.

Source: CNBC.com

Golf now declared legal by Chinese Communist Party

China's governing elite says playing golf is not unlawful as long as party members pay to play with their own money.

Source: CNBC.com

Golf declared legal by Chinese Communist party

Golf has had a rough history in China, but as of this week it's officially legal to play the game again, according to The Guardian.

Source: CNBC.com

High class problems, higher class solutions

CNBC's Robert Frank reports from a $55 million yacht where you can not only watch movies outside but play golf.

Source: CNBC.com

Golf clubs to match your yacht

CNBC's Robert Frank provides a preview of "Secret Lives of the Super Rich," where along with a jacuzzi, you can also golf on this $55 million yacht.

Source: CNBC.com

America's top amateur golfer inks major pro deal

Just days after the completion of the Masters Tournament, Cobra Puma Golf announced that it has inked an endorsement deal with a rising star.

Source: CNBC.com

Masters misery for Spieth after shocking back-nine collapse

Jordan Spieth self-destructed on the back nine to gift the Green Jacket to Danny Willett.

Source: Reuters

Masters misery for Jordan Spieth

The golfer threw away his lead in the last nine holes to give up his title to Danny Willett.

Source: CNBC.com

A Masters for the masters of the universe

No other place in the world of golf brings more big names and big money together than the Masters in the bucolic Southern setting of Augusta.

Source: CNBC.com