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Daily Archives: September 4, 2018

Colts' touted rookie Nelson prepares for 1st start at guard

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Quenton Nelson heard all the adjectives before this spring’s NFL draft. The “experts” called him nasty, a generational guard, the best player available and even suggested he could change the long-term image of all future interior offensive line prospects. Nelson didn’t pay much attention to what was being said then or now. The 6-foot-5, 330-pound rookie remains ...

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Should Poulter play in Paris? Pick your four European Ryder Cup wildcards

Eight European players have already booked their automatic places at Le Golf National, Paris as part of Thomas Bjorn’s Ryder Cup team to face the US, but which four golfers will be his wildcard picks? Who will join Francesco Molinari, Justin Rose, Tyrrell Hatton, Tommy Fleetwood, Jon Rahm, Rory McIlroy, Alex Noren and Thorbjorn Olesen in Paris on 28 September? ...

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Rose eyes East Lake after late rally in Boston

NORTON, Mass. – This was embarrassing easy math for a physics major. Winning one playoff event put Bryson DeChambeau squarely in the hunt to win the season-long FedExCup and to make his first start at this year’s Ryder Cup. A second playoff victory made the latter a lock, as if there was much doubt before, and he’s now the preemptive ...

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August Shot of the Month

In the month of August, the European Tour visited USA, Fiji, Sweden and the Czech Republic. Across each event there were some incredible moments but only one shot can named Shot of the Month. The first contender is Bangladesh’s Siddikur Rahman, who made headlines on day two of the Fiji International with an incredible downhill hole in one on the second ...

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'Mad Scientist' DeChambeau claims 2nd straight FedEx Cup win

NORTON, Mass. (AP) — Golf’s latest search for a breakout star has come to the quirky little laboratory of Bryson DeChambeau. The 24-year-old physics major known as the “Mad Scientist” won his second straight event in the FedEx Cup playoffs on Monday, shooting a 4-under-par 67 at TPC Boston to win the Dell Technologies Championship by two strokes over Justin ...

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Casey relieved Ryder Cup fate is out of his hands

NORTON, Mass. – This was embarrassing easy math for a physics major. Winning one playoff event put Bryson DeChambeau squarely in the hunt to win the season-long FedExCup and to make his first start at this year’s Ryder Cup. A second playoff victory made the latter a lock, as if there was much doubt before, and he’s now the preemptive ...

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BMW Championship 2018 odds: Surprising picks from advanced model that called four golf majors

The 2018 BMW Championship will take place at Aronimink Golf Club in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania, this week, as the PGA Tour’s top 70 players compete in the third tournament of the FedEx Cup Playoffs. Two-time champion Dustin Johnson enters the 2018 BMW Championship as the Vegas favorite at 9-1, followed closely by 2011 champion

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Order of Merit Race heats up in France

The players will be making a push for points in the order of merit race at the Lacoste Ladies Open de France at Golf du Médoc this week. Last year’s winner, Georgia Hall, currently leads with 605.26 points, followed by Jenny Haglund, with 426.10. However, it’s all to play for with 1,200 points mathematically available if a player wins the ...

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