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Daily Archives: July 28, 2018

Ronaldo given two-year jail sentence and hefty fine

Madrid: It seems that anything Lionel Messi can do, Cristiano Ronaldo can do better. The pair have dominated European football for the past decade having won five Balons d’Or apiece and the headline-hungry Portuguese star gaining the upper hand over his Argentine rival recently having won three consecutive Champions League titles with Real Madrid, progressed further with his national side ...

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Watson (68) shoots his age at St. Andrews

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland – Miguel Angel Jimenez and Stephen Ames were sharing the lead on 9-under when darkness ended play early in the second round of the Senior British Open on Friday. Ames is among 18 players who must return on Saturday morning to complete their rounds. The Canadian golfer has one hole to go. Earlier, pony-tailed Spaniard Jimenez fired ...

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Russell gets his kicks with 6-under 66

Professional Nick Russell has fired 6-under par 66 to claim victory by one shot in the Ramada Resort Kooralbyn Valley Pro-Am. Thirty-year-old Russell got off to a flying start early this morning beginning his round with a chip at his opening hole. “My short game was incredible today, I got up and down from everywhere,” said Russell. “I had one ...

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McEvoy edges ahead in stormy Hamburg

Richard McEvoy opened up a one-shot lead at the turn before the third round of the Porsche European Open was suspended due to lightning in the area at Green Eagle Golf Courses. The Englishman is searching for a first win on the European Tour after twice graduating from the Challenge Tour and coming through the Qualifying School on six occasions. ...

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Kemp makes her move

Sarah Kemp climbed 47 places up the leader board early in the third round of the Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open on Friday. The Australian, who started the day tied for 67th on one-over, shot a four-under-par 67 including an eagle at the 11th and four birdies, to move up to 20th place as play continued in southerly winds, ...

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Aussies soar to world deaf crown

Jack McLeod couldn’t win a second individual world crown, but was central to Australia’s team victory. It’s already been a big week for Deaf Golf Australia, but it got much bigger again today. Just days after it was announced that the Gold Coast would host the 2022 World Deaf Golf Championsh… Golf Australia – News Headlines

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Tight at the top in Hamburg

Bryson DeChambeau was joined at the top of the leaderboard by Richard McEvoy and Matthias Schwab as the leaders got their rounds under way on day three of the Porsche European Open. The American entered the day at Green Eagle Golf Courses with a one-shot lead over the chasing duo but while he could only play his first three holes ...

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NBC analyst Koch inside cut line at Senior Open

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland – Miguel Angel Jimenez and Stephen Ames were sharing the lead on 9-under when darkness ended play early in the second round of the Senior British Open on Friday. Ames is among 18 players who must return on Saturday morning to complete their rounds. The Canadian golfer has one hole to go. Earlier, pony-tailed Spaniard Jimenez fired ...

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