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Daily Archives: August 3, 2018

Mickelson on ad: 'It's fun to laugh at yourself'

7:39 PM ET AKRON, Ohio — Understandably, there was quite a bit of reaction to Phil Mickelson‘s commercial that first ran Thursday in which he dances while promoting a long-sleeved shirt. Predictably, he was prepared for it, taking a self-deprecating approach, and he was fine with any grief. “I’ll do private [lessons] for the right price,” he quipped.

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Minjee makes a major splash

[embedded content]   If you're a form analyst, Minjee Lee leading a golf tournament wasn't hard to foresee. But the Women's British Open is no ordinary tournament – so Lee's sparkling opening round of seven-under-par 65 at Royal Lytham & St Annes is next level, even for the imperious young West Australian. Lee, riding high after a runner-up finish to ...

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All eyes on Hamdan’s sprint sensation in King George Stakes

Goodwood: England Sprint sensation Battash returns to defend his title in the Group 2 King George Stakes, a showcase for raw speed and the highlight of Day Four at this year’s Glorious Goodwood Festival. Trained by Charlie Hills for renowned owner Shaikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai and Minister of Finance, the four-year-old son of Dark ...

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Tiger-Mickelson set for turkey day weekend

7:26 PM ET The much-anticipated one-on-one showdown between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson will take place on Thanksgiving weekend, Mickelson confirmed after his round at Bridgestone on Thursday. The event will take place at Shadow Creek Golf Course in Las Vegas, sources previously told ESPN’s Mike Greenberg. The event will be either Friday (Nov…. – GOLF

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Campbell storms clear in Fiji

Ben Campbell fired a brilliant 66 to set the clubhouse target and surge into a five-shot lead on day two of the Fiji International presented by Fiji Airways. The New Zealander had shared the lead overnight after producing arguably the round of the day on Thursday with a 67 in the afternoon’s high winds. He went one better on Friday ...

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