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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Seve Ballesteros
Jon Rahm has been an absolute force on both the PGA and European Tours with three international wins and eight top-3s this year, landing among the list of 'Risers' heading into 2020.
Joaquin Niemann registered a six-stroke victory at the Greenbrier to become the first Chilean to win a PGA Tour event.
Phil Mickelson came from three shots down after 54 holes to overtake Paul Casey for his second win in less than a year and his fifth Pebble victory.
Justin Thomas fended off Hideki Matsuyama by three strokes to take the victory in Maui and climb to career-best No. 12 in the world.
Zach Johnson's win at the John Deere is a nice catapult into this week's Open Championship.
2008 Fantasy Outlook
Ballesteros has been diagnosed as having a brain tumor. He's in a Madrid, Spain hospital where he is scheduled to have a biopsy on Tuesday, October 14, 2008, to determine if the tumor is benign or malignant.
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Ballesteros was transferred from intensive care to standard care at La Paz Hospital, Madrid, Spain. He will remain in the hospital while undergoing a extended recuperation period.
Ballesteros has been diagnosed as having a brain tumor; on Tuesday he will have a biopsy to determine if the tumor is benign or malignant, the Golf Channel reports.
Ballesteros announced he'll retire from competitive golf.
Ballesteros is planning a return to competitive golf in 2007, including The Masters and a trek through the Champions Tour.