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Daily Archives: April 13, 2018

British Am champion Harry Ellis faces tall task at Masters

Just as well the Masters has a rich amateur heritage thanks to Bobby Jones. Otherwise, British Amateur champions might not be playing the Masters each year, because they haven’t fared well at Augusta National. A place in the Masters field is one of the rewards for winning the game’s oldest national championship. The chance to play Jones’ legacy t… British ...

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Papadatos and John share pro-am win

Dimitrios Papadatos was joined by new young gun Cameron John to share the honors at the Yowani Pro-Am. The pair fired rounds of 5-under 67 to be tied at the top of the leaderboard at the end of the day, with it becoming John’s first victory on the Ladbrokes Pro-Am Series. “I’ve been close this year but I’m glad to ...

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Poulter (64) continues hot streak at RBC

The major championship season is officially underway and we start this week’s edition with some major changes to the PGA Tour schedule, the circuit’s attitude toward gambling and a curious new marketing campaign. Made Cut Bet on it. Although it was news this week that the Tour will embrace gamblin… Golf Channel – Golf Central Blog

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Commonwealth Games: Beach volleyball, a baby and bronze for Vanuatu mum

GOLD COAST, Australia: It’s not easy making history at the Commonwealth Games – and it doesn’t get any less complicated if you’re looking after a baby at the same time, as Vanuatu beach volleyball player Miller Pata has found. While most athletes have ice baths and massages after games, it’s more likely to be nappy changes and baby feeds for Pata, who ...

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