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There's nothing like a good book, right? And even better if it's a good golf book.

This week, we asked our PGA.com Facebook friends to tell us: What's the best golf book you've ever read?

There were plenty of titles to choose from and with nearly 200 responses, you covered many of them. Here are the nine that stood above the rest, according to our readers:

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Bunker to Bunker will also be giving away Family Four Packs for the 2018 LPGA Founders Cup weekly on the air. Be sure to tune in March 3rd, 10th, and 17th to claim a Family Four Pack. We will be giving away 2 packs per show!

No substitutions and no cash equivalents given.

Bunker to Bunker Inside the Ropes Grand Prize

Enter below for a chance to win a Grand Prize “Inside the Ropes” experience at the 2018 LPGA Founders Cup!

One lucky winner will receive 2 VIP Passes for Sat and Sun March 17-18 to the Michael Whan Deck on the #18. This includes food & beverages, valet parking, and $100 merchandise credit at merchandise tent.

You will also receive 2 Passes to walk inside the ropes following a LPGA Pro on the one of the final days of the weekend of the event! The winner will be announced on air March 10th. Enter Now!

No substitutions and no cash equivalents given.

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — Justin Thomas nearly holed a wedge that got him into a playoff, and then hit 3-wood over the water and onto the 18th green for a two-putt birdie to beat Luke List on the first extra hole Sunday to win the Honda Classic.

Thomas closed with a 2-under 68 and won for the second time this season. He also won in a playoff at the CJ Cup in South Korea last fall.

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The USGA is moving away from a playoff format that -- in this day and age -- made it one of a kind in major championship golf.

Previously, when two or more players were tied after 72 holes at a U.S. Open, the tournament was then decided in an 18-hole playoff the next day.

But that has all changed.

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Have you dreamed of playing in the Ryder Cup? How about playing on world class courses in an exotic location?

You can, at the 2018 Uniting Nations Cup!

The Bunker to Bunker Club invites you to come experience all the fun and adventure of a great amateur, team event at the spectacular Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta this April! 

Bunker Club members can save $100-$200 OFF this golf & accommodation package!

USA, Canada & Mexico Team Championship

The UNC Cup is an amateur team event for players of all skill levels held this April. 
It's truly a trip of a lifetime combining multi-day & multi-format play in an exotic location that will create memories for a lifetime!

The USA, Canada & Mexico Team Championship will be played April 27 - 29 at both the Nicklaus Design and Norman Signature golf courses at Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta.

Men and women amateur golfers from the United States, Canada and Mexico with a verifiable Handicap Index are now invited to register for the tournament.

You will represent your association/club and play against other associations/clubs from the USA, Canada and Mexico in this two-person, three-day fun, casual event for all skill levels.
Foursomes (best ball), four ball (modified alternate shot), and two-person scramble. Each association/club can enter as many two-person teams as they wish.

Paradise Awaits You

Nuevo Vallarta has some of the most beautiful white sand beaches along Mexico's Pacific coast.  This tropical beach paradise, located about 25 minutes from downtown Puerto Vallarta, is nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the Sierra Madre Mountains in a region called Riviera Nayarit. 

Beyond it's gorgeous setting, it also boast an average temperature of 80 degrees, some of the friendliest people you'll meet in your travels, delectable food and, of course, top notch golf!

The Nicklaus Design Golf Course

Surrounded by lush jungle and the Sierra Madre Mountains on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other, the Nicklaus Design Golf Course at Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta is a natural and technical masterpiece.

This 6,668 yard, par 70 course is a joy to play for every player, from your low to high handicap. But with seven lakes, 49 strategically placed bunkers, and constant, strong crosswinds coming off of the ocean, this course always presents a challenge.

And to fine-tune everyone's game, the nearby Jack Nicklaus Academy of Golf offers an unprecedented level of instruction with state-of-the-art training technology.

The Norman Signature Golf Course

The Norman Signature Golf Course at Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta encompasses the finest in golf with unsurpassed course conditioning on wall-to-wall Paspalum playing surfaces.

The exciting layout winds along the banks of the Ameca River providing views of the Sierra Madres from every hole. Large landing areas off the tee give way to large undulating greens protected in typical Norman fashion by cavernous bunkers. Indigenous trees, native grasses and jungle surround the core course layout which is uninterrupted by housing and civilization throughout.

As challenging from the championship tees as it is forgiving from the forward tees, the Norman course offers four different options for players. All this and a trip across the world's longest golf cart suspension bridge spanning the Ameca River from Nayarit to Jalisco, and you'll not experience a round like it anywhere else in the world.

So.... grab your partner and come join us for this unforgettable golf competition and vacation!

It's easy to get signed up, but hurry because it is filling up quickly.

Just click on the link below and check out the savings on this spectacular outing via Bunker Club!

Bunker Club Uniting Nations Cup Member Special:

Save $200 Off Accommodations/Golf Package:
Regular Price: $1,854.00
Member Price: $1,654.00

Save $100 Off Golf Only Package:
Regular Price: $995.00
Member Price: $885.00


Another Waste Management Phoenix Open is in the books, and much like the past two years, more than 18 holes were needed to decide a champion during Sunday’s final round. Gary Woodland finds himself in the winner’s circle after besting Chez Reavie in a sudden-death playoff, tapping in for par and the victory on the first playoff hole. This is Woodland’s third PGA TOUR victory, and his first since the 2013 Barracuda Championship.

Woodland made birdie on three of the final four holes to enter the clubhouse as the outright leader at 18-under par. Reavie – who teed off with the final group – entered the final three holes one shot back. Reavie overcame a bogey on 16 and was two shots off the lead with two holes to play before making birdie on 17. The crowd who walked with the final group all day then found themselves at the 18th green to witness Reavie drain a clutch 21-foot putt to force a playoff.

Woodland and Reavie only needed one extra hole to decide a champion. Both players left their approach shots short of the 18th green, but Reavie’s third shot came to rest outside seven feet, which opened the door for Woodland to tap in for the victory.  It was the fourth-straight PGA TOUR event ending in a playoff, and the third-straight WM Phoenix Open playoff.

Amazing winter weather and an entire city abuzz with anticipation for the 2018 event drew nearly 720,000 (719,179) fans to the tournament during the week. In total, four attendance records were broken (Wednesday, Friday, Saturday) including the weekly total, which broke the previous record (655,434) set just last year by more than 63,000.

Relive the sights and sounds from the final round of #thepeoplesopen!

Some of the biggest names in sports packed Wednesday’s star-studded Annexus Pro-Am to tee it up with the best PGA TOUR players in the world at the 2018 Waste Management Phoenix Open. No one was surprised to see two-time defending WM Phoenix Open champion Hideki Matsuyama’s group take top honors with a group score of 57. You can view the full Annexus Pro-Am results below.

2018 Annexus Pro-Am Results

Thousands of golf fanatics flocked to the famed 16th hole after the Pro-Am to watch the Phoenix Suns Charities Shot at Glory, a closest-to-the-pin contest for a chance at $1 million for charity. Spectators on hand were treated to the sight of professional skydivers bringing the American Flag down from the clouds, as well as the Phoenix Suns dance team and firework displays. Dave Wood, senior VP of OUTFRONT Media, secured first place in the contest when his ball came to rest 14 feet five inches from the center pin location. Jim Pitman came in second only five inches outside of Wood’s shot, and Charles Kelley from Lady Antebellum came in third place, 21 feet seven inches from the hole.

Buckle up, sports fans: Thursday’s first round kicks off tomorrow morning at 7:20 a.m. with the afternoon groupings starting at 11:35 a.m.

2018 WM Phoenix Open Thursday/Friday Pairings