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Daily Archives: June 5, 2018

Adam Scott qualifies for 2018 U.S. Open, extending major championship streak

Adam Scott is currently holding the second-longest streak of consecutive major championship starts with 67, but at the conclusion of Sunday’s play at the Memorial Tournament, that run was in jeopardy.  Scott shot a 1-over 73 in the final round in Dublin, leaving him T-35 for the tournament and still outside the top 60 in the world rankings. With only ...

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2018 U.S. Open sectional results: Who's in, who's out

With the U.S. Open only one week away, the field for Shinnecock Hills is starting to take shape. See who’s in and who’s out as the USGA conducts 12 different 36-hole sectional qualifiers across the U.S., England and Japan to determine the final playing spots in the season’s second major: Japan Memorial Golf Club in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan (33 players ...

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Pike claims victory at Dysart

Aaron Pike started the day with a four-shot lead over the field and fired the low score of the day, 5-under 67 to claim victory in the Onsite Rental Group Dysart Pro-Am by seven shots from Brett Rankin. On a perfect afternoon for scoring, spectators were treated to some spectacular golf at the Dysart Golf Club as the chase was ...

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England players played less than Spain, France & Brazil's last season

England forward Raheem Sterling (right) made 51 appearances for Manchester City in the 2017-18 season England’s World Cup players played less club football this season than their Spain, France and Brazil counterparts. Received wisdom suggests players in the Premier League play more than other major leagues, but Gareth Southgate’s squad have played the fourth most m… BBC Sport – Sport

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Scott makes cut on number, advances to U.S. Open

With the U.S. Open only one week away, the field for Shinnecock Hills is starting to take shape. See who’s in and who’s out as the USGA conducts 12 different 36-hole sectional qualifiers across the U.S., England and Japan to determine the final playing spots in the season’s second major: Japan Memorial Golf Club in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan (33 players ...

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