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Daily Archives: April 6, 2019

Big Week for Women’s Golf, but Perhaps Not for Progress

RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. — Ally McDonald started the weekend as the highest L.P.G.A. nonwinner on the ANA Inspiration leaderboard. Could she become the second consecutive player, after Pernille Lindberg, to make the year’s first major her first L.P.G.A. victory? Back in Mississippi, her home state, the players who competed against McDonald in high school know better than to discount her ...

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Tiger Woods appears to be heading for more match-play-style events in the future

Tiger Woods may have lost in match play last week in Austin to Lucas Bjerregaard, but that’s not likely the last time we’ll see him matched up one on one with another golfer this year. Sure, he might make a Presidents Cup team he’s the captain of, but it also appears that Woods could be participating in more made-for-TV matches ...

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Coconut thrown on field during soccer's Edinburgh derby

EDINBURGH, Scotland (AP) — A coconut was thrown on the pitch during the Edinburgh derby between Hearts and Hibernian on Saturday. It was hurled onto the grass just after Hibernian winger Daryl Horgan’s 28th-minute goal had cancelled out Peter Haring’s header three minutes earlier. Maroon and green smoke bombs were also thrown on the field before and during the first ...

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Tiger Woods appears to be heading for more match-play-style events in the future

Tiger Woods may have lost in match play last week in Austin to Lucas Bjerregaard, but that’s not likely the last time we’ll see him matched up one on one with another golfer this year. Sure, he might make a Presidents Cup team he’s the captain of, but it also appears that Woods could be participating in more made-for-TV matches ...

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ANWA scores, results: Jennifer Kupcho puts on a show in win, but also reminds us why golf is so special

AUGUSTA, Ga. — There are infinite ways to win a golf tournament, but shooting a 32 on the second nine at the most famous club in the world in the first Augusta National Women’s Amateur, and doing it while playing the last six holes in 5 under, has to rank near the top of the list. That’s what winner Jennifer ...

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Tiger Woods appears to be heading for more match-play-style events in the future

Tiger Woods may have lost in match play last week in Austin to Lucas Bjerregaard, but that’s not likely the last time we’ll see him matched up one on one with another golfer this year. Sure, he might make a Presidents Cup team he’s the captain of, but it also appears that Woods could be participating in more made-for-TV matches ...

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