Phil Mickelson’s mad moment indicates the US Open has him beaten

That the USGA is acutely well informed Phil Mickelsons lauded status in the eyes of the public is highly significant in context of the tawdry events at Shinnecock Hills Perhaps New York golf fans are not a particularly valid barometer. A day after players- most notably Ian Poulter- were verbally abused when going about their […]

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Francesco Molinari works magic to win the Open on thrilling final day

Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy failed to press home their challenges on the final day of the Open as the Italys Francesco Molinari took the Claret Jug in stunning style Open championships at Carnoustie have developed an association with the grisly elements of golf. The last day the oldest major was staged here Sergio Garcia […]

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Stunning round considers Rory McIlroy claim Arnold Palmer Invitational title

Rory McIlroy objective a 26 -tournament drought, going back to September 2016, to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational by three shots in Florida while Tiger Woods tied for fifth This is not the biggest win of Rory McIlroy’s career but it is without question among the most significant. A day supposedly to corroborated Tiger Woods’s […]

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Tony Jacklin’s Ryder Cup 2018 player guide: Tiger Woods dedicates USA the edge

Europes most successful Ryder Cup captain runs the rule over the 24 players who will battle it out in France later this week Team Europe Paul Casey( England ) He is an extremely steady all-round performer, but only has difficulty finishing off tournaments in strokeplay. He’s proved his ability in matchplay over the years and […]

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Ryder Cup: how golf is new focus of soft power diplomacy

With Donald Trump a keen player, tournament offers chance for Europe to show united front As the Ryder Cup tees off for the first time in France this weekend, at a vast course beyond the Palace of Versailles, golf is becoming a new focus of soft power diplomacy in an era of a US president […]

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Phil Mickelson’s mad moment indicates the US Open has him beaten

That the USGA is acutely aware of Phil Mickelsons lauded status in the eyes of the public is highly significant in context of the tawdry events at Shinnecock Hills Perhaps New York golf fans are not a particularly valid barometer. A day after players- most notably Ian Poulter- were verbally abused when running about their […]

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Open champ Francesco Molinari pays tribute to’ sporting’ Tiger Woods

Francesco Molinari praised the sportsmanship of his playing partner, Tiger Woods, after winning the Open Championship at Carnoustie Francesco Molinari said he felt a sense of skepticism after becoming the first Italian to win the Claret Jug, adding that the fact he achieved it while playing with Tiger Woods– who held the outright lead at […]

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