San Diego resident Mark Holthoff, a manager for a community site for used-car enthusiasts called Klipnik.com, was disappointed when he saw the value of his 2014 Volkswagen Golf TDI plummet 30 percent after the "dieselgate" scandal broke in September 2015. But Holthoff felt better after reading the terms of the proposed $14.7 billion settlement and...
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CNBC's Dom Chu, Scott Wapner, and Golf Channel's Will Gray discuss why Nike has decided to get out of the golf equipment business.
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Pro golfer Bubba Watson, shows "Squawk Alley" the first flying golf cart.
Gary Player, professional golfer, talks about his long-time friendship with Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, and weighs in on the British Open and women's professional golf.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports professional golfer Jordan Spieth has withdrawn from the Rio Olympics.
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The golfer says his health and family's health comes before anything else.
David Feherty, talks about his show on the Golf Channel.
Bubba Watson, pro golfer discusses the controversy at the U.S. Open, and the state of golf.
The world number six player snags his first grand slam crown after surviving a controversial intervention by officials.
More than 168 professional golf caddies have filed an appeal seeking to overturn a ruling that dismissed a $50 million lawsuit against the PGA tour.
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