USA hit by Ryder Cup injuries

USA captain Tom Watson has been dealt a number of injury headaches ahead of next month’s Ryder Cup at Gleneagles. With Europe heading into the event as the firm favourites with online bookmakers like bet365 and Betfair, it’s far from ideal for the USA to see some key players struggling with their fitness over the […]

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Missing Tiger

With Tiger Woods missing the recent Masters for the first time in his professional career after surgery to a pinched nerve in his back, the professional Golf World is asking itself what his permanent absence might mean to the sport. Tiger’s worth to the game has been calculated at $15bn, which is based on historical […]

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G-Mac learns Woods lesson

Graeme McDowell was simply giving his opinion on where Tiger Woods’ game is right now but the Northern Irishman seems to have been caught up in quite the frenzy ahead of the Masters in early April. Of course the world number one Woods is there or thereabouts at the top of the markets when you […]

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Waste Management Phoenix Open

Defending champion Phil Mickelson opened up with an even-par round of 71 in the Waste Management Phoenix Open. The Open winner has been struggling with a back problem over the past couple of weeks but was keen to play in Arizona, the State where he went to university in 1992. 12 months ago, Mickelson hit […]

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Donald ends year on a high in Japan

Luke Donald made sure he won’t have gone through 2013 without winning a title after defending his crown at the Dunlop Phoenix tournament in Japan to win his first tournament of the year. While Donald didn’t have everything his own way in Japan, the former world number one was value for his win and showed […]

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Rose Shouldn’t Change Anything – Els

Four time major winner, Ernie Els, is confident that newly crowned US Open Champion, Justin Rose, can win many more majors over the coming years but the most important thing for the Englishman will be to try not to change anything. Els, who won his first major at the US Open back in 1994, knows […]

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Where to go for a swinging good golf holiday in Europe

Listen up all you golf fanatics! We’ve got the top five courses you need to take a swing at right here. From the most difficult to the most picturesque, these five European courses are on par (pun intended) with the best from the US. So book a buggy, grab your plus-fours and get ready for […]

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Tips from The Masters

If you want to hit the fairways like Masters champion Adam Scott, you should invest in a Driver with a graphite shaft. Light and durable, graphite shafted clubs are have the edge weight wise than their traditional steel shafted counterparts and most of the top players on the PGA Tour now have these golf clubs […]

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Bonus Boy Westwood eyes Green Jacket

BRIT SET FOR £2 MILLION WINDFALL IF HE MASTERS AUGUSTA Lee Westwood will tee off the third round of The Masters at three under par tomorrow as he aims to finally net his first major title and, courtesy of sponsors Dunlop, a bumper £2 million bonus to go with it. The Worksop Wonder is widely […]

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Westwood makes change to boost major hopes

Lee Westwood hopes his move from England to America can act as a catalyst in his quest for an elusive first major championship. Westwood and his family relocated from his hometown of Worksop to West Palm Beach in Florida in December. He recorded 35 international wins based in the UK but was keen to leave […]

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