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Golf is a humbling sport

For first round leader J.B. Holmes, the first day of the Open Championship was just a walk in the park as he finished the first 18 holes in Portrush, Northern Ireland with a nice score of 66 for -5 under. For top names like Tiger Woods (78), Phil Mickelson (76), Adam Scott (78) and Rory […]

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Jason Day handed tough WGC group

Jason Day has been drawn in arguably the toughest group in this year’s WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play. Australian Day, who missed the cut at last week’s Valspar Championship, has been placed in Group 12 with American duo Phil Mickelson and Jim Furyk and Swedish star Henrik Stenson. Former world number one Tiger Woods is in […]

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Steve Stricker named 2020 US Ryder Cup captain

Steve Stricker has been named as the US Ryder Cup captain for the 2020 tournament, which is set to take place at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin. Stricker was a vice-captain at the 2018 Ryder Cup, where he assisted Jim Furyk in his side’s 17 1/2-10 1/2 defeat to Europe at Le Golf National. As a […]

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Big-money duel in 2019 needs more discussions, says Steinberg

Mark Steinberg says there is still a “lot to talk about” in regards to another big-money duel in 2019. Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson went head-to-head at Shadow Creek in Las Vegas on November 23 in a nine million dollar winner-take-all match, which ‘Lefty’ ended up winning on the fourth extra hole. Despite the event […]

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Success tastes sweet for Sergio Garcia, Europe’s all-time leading points scorer

World number 28 Sergio Garcia says it “means a lot” after he became the all-time leading points scorer in Ryder Cup history. Thomas Bjorn was criticised for choosing Garcia as one of his four captain’s picks for the prestigious event at Le Golf National, but the skipper’s selection was vindicated as the Spaniard won three […]

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Europe dominate USA to win back Ryder Cup

A dominant display from Europe in Sunday’s singles saw them beat the USA 17.5 – 10.5 and regain the Ryder Cup in Paris. Starting the day with a 10-6 lead, Thomas Bjorn’s men looked determined not to let that advantage slip although the first point of the day went the way of the US, when […]

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Ryder Cup wildcards: too much emphasis on experience over form?

When it comes to picking their Ryder Cup wildcards, have Europe and USA captains Thomas Bjorn and Jim Furyk fallen into the same old trap? You need Ryder Cup know-how to win the prestigious competition, and that’s exactly what the two skippers have gone for with old heads like Ian Poulter, Tiger Woods, Sergio Garcia […]

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US Open 2018 Betting: The Good, The Bad and Tiger Woods

The year’s second Major will take place at the beautiful Shinnecock Hill Golf Course from 14th June to 17th June. As ever with the Majors, many of those who don’t usually have a flutter on golf make an exception for the big event. Indeed, many of those who don’t watch golf each week will be […]

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Spieth hits back over Presidents Cup critics

Jordan Spieth is adamant the Presidents Cup is a “fantastic event” despite America boasting an 11-point lead going into Sunday’s play. The 24-year-old three-time major winner has played a role in helping Steve Stricker’s Team USA virtually seal the tournament, with money surely flowing from Videoslots Casino Bonus, against their International opponents on home soil […]

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Lee Westwood says age is no issue when it comes to Links golf

Lee Westwood is hoping to use all his experience to win this week’s Open Championship and break his major duck at the age of 44. The Englishman has been one of the most consistent players in the majors over the years, with 18 top-10 finishes in 77 outings in the big four events. The Ryder […]

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