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Four most notorious gamblers in golf history

The game of golf involves high stakes, steep odds and big money. It’s no secret that bookies make a small fortune during tournaments just from collecting bets and keeping track of things. That’s not even taking into consideration the money made from online casino gambling. It’s also no secret that golfers themselves have been known […]

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Adam Scott slams USGA for US Open controversies

Adam Scott feels it is high time the United States Golf Association (USGA) had a rethink about the way the US Open is staged. Scott will join the best players in the world next week for the year’s second major at Erin Hills in what is traditionally one of the toughest events of the year. […]

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McDowell opts against going to Wentworth and cards a 66 at D&D Invitational

Graeme McDowell felt he “played the course correctly” as he carded a first round four-under-par 66 at the Dean & Deluca Invitational. The 37-year-old Northern Irishman decided to miss the European Tour’s BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth this week in order to remain on the PGA Tour and make his debut at the Colonial Golf […]

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Quartet commit to Phoenix Open

Phil Mickelson, Brooks Koepka, Rickie Fowler and Patrick Reed are the latest players to commit to February’s Phoenix Open. World number 19 Mickelson will be on familiar territory at TPC Scottsdale, as he has competed at the event on 27 previous occasions, emerging victorious in 1996, 2005 and most recently 2013. Koepka is also a […]

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Darren helped us switch from defeat to looking to Paris 2018

By Paul Mahoney When the USA lost their eighth Ryder Cup of the last 10 at Gleneagles in 2014, it took only until the team’s press conference for their senior player Phil Mickelson to blame captain Tom Watson. By contrast there has been no queue from any of the defeated                European team from Hazeltine […]

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Huggan column: European selection criteria must change now

By John Huggan Now that the cold, hard reality of Ryder Cup defeat has sunk in on this side of the Atlantic, the time is now for the European Tour to make some important decisions regarding the biennial bunfight with those pesky colonials. Which is not to say there is need for panic. Two Old […]

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Fowler, Kuchar and Holmes net US wildcards

United States Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III has confirmed Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar and JB Holmes as three of his wildcard picks. The USA will host this year?s edition of the competition at Hazeltine later this month and Love has just one place left to fill in his 12-man team. The 52-year-old will announce […]

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Mahoney column: Captains are either heroes or villians

By Paul Mahoney So Darren Clarke has picked his three Ryder Cup wildcards and we’ll discover in just a few weeks’ time whether he will be remembered as the great Captain Fantastic or the disastrous Captain Cock-Up. Both headlines have been written and are awaiting the final score from Hazeltine. None of this is fair […]

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Rose success a victory for Great Britain and golf as a whole

By Graham Otway In years to come there could be many golfers at all levels around the world who will owe Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson a huge debt of gratitude after their epic head-to-head battle for Olympic gold in Rio on Sunday. The quality of their play, the ­sportsmanship displayed between two close friends and […]

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Stenson eyeing Olympic gold

Henrik Stenson is hoping to keep a brilliant season going by winning gold for Sweden at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio. Stenson was arguably seen as one of the best players never to have won a major championship at the start of the year but that record was put straight following his success in […]

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