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Daily Archives: August 3, 2018

Relive Tiger Woods impressive win at the 2006 PGA Championship over Sergio Garcia

Tiger Woods has won all over the world. Every tournament in every locale. But he’s only won multiple majors on two courses. The first is obviously Augusta National. The second is Medinah Country Club. Woods took the 1999 PGA Championship there by one over Sergio Garcia. In 2006, it wasn’t that close. Woods toasted the field and beat runner up ...

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Kaufman (elbow) files for medical extension

LYTHAM ST. ANNES, England – The wispy fescue, the prickly gorse and the damp, heavy air over the links at Royal Lytham & St. Annes didn’t stir Georgia Hall’s soul Friday morning as much as settle it. She’s home. Biscuits and tea at the turn couldn’t have made her feel more so. With her father, Wayne, a plasterer by trade, ...

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Sonny Bill Williams: All Blacks legend becomes university student

Sonny Bill Williams has represented New Zealand in rugby union and league Imagine it’s your first day of university. You’re a bag of nerves, slightly worse for wear, walking into your first lecture. Now imagine the first person you see in your class is the intimidating figure of Sonny Bill Williams – Rugby World Cup winner, former rugby league international ...

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Vote for July's Shot of the Month

It’s the start of the month which means it’s time to decide last month’s Shot of the Month winner. July was a busy month on the European Tour. Starting in Ireland at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open, we then traveled to Gullane for the Aberdeen Standard Investment Scottish Open, up the road for The Open and then across to ...

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Aza fires Friday’s low round

At the start of Friday’s play, Azahara Muñoz was five-over-par after an opening round 77. With the cut looking around +2, the Spaniard knew a special round was needed to make it through to the weekend – and that is exactly what she delivered. Her 6-under-par 66 was 11 strokes lower and the best score of the day, only bettered ...

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Higa, Lee both falter late on Friday at Lytham

LYTHAM ST. ANNES, England – The wispy fescue, the prickly gorse and the damp, heavy air over the links at Royal Lytham & St. Annes didn’t stir Georgia Hall’s soul Friday morning as much as settle it. She’s home. Biscuits and tea at the turn couldn’t have made her feel more so. With her father, Wayne, a plasterer by trade, ...

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