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Watch: Tiger Woods Storms Up Leaderboard At Quicken Loans National

Tiger Woods had a great Friday at a tournament that he himself hosts. A round of 65 at the Quicken Loans National, including seven birdies, saw Woods shoot -5, both for the second round and the tournament. After a level par 70 yesterday, the 14 time Major winner started his second round with birdie-bogey-birdie for some early momentum. His third birdie …

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Tiger Woods Shoots Level-Par 70 In First Round With New Putter

Tiger Woods was pleased with a new mallet putter he used competitively for the first time Thursday despite only firing a level-par 70 in the opening round of the US PGA Quicken Loans National. The 14-time major champion, playing his 11th event in a comeback year after spinal fusion surgery, stood seven strokes behind co-leaders Andrew Landry and J.J. Spaun …

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American Golfer DeChambeau Facing Investigation For Using Compass

Bryson DeChambeau faces an investigation following his apparent use of a compass during the Travellers Championship over the weekend. The American golfer who is nicknamed “The Mad Scientist” has been informed by referees that he is under investigation for using the geometrical device. DeChambeau stated he uses the compass to determine “true pin locations,” noting that they are off every …

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Rory McIlroy: “I’m A Little Uncomfortable Over The Ball At The Minute”

Rory McIlroy has said that he is “a little uncomfortable over the ball at the minute” as he looks to build up his confidence ahead of July’s Open Championship. McIlroy had a solid performance at last weekend’s Travellers championship finishing in T-12 position alongside Ryan Blaum and Jason Day on -11. Despite the strong showing which included an excellent first round …

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Paul Lawrie Will Miss The Open After Season-Ending Injury

Paul Lawrie won’t be heading back to the scene of his 1999 British Open triumph at Carnoustie when this year’s edition returns to the Scottish course after announcing Monday that his season was over due to injury. The 49-year-old Scot has been struggling with back and foot problems and he now plans to spend the next few months concentrating on …

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Is John Daly’s Career Finally Coming To An End?

John Daly posted a tweet revealing that he has been forced to withdraw from the ongoing US Senior Open following issues with his right knee. The man responsible for one of the biggest surprise major championship victories in the history of golf back in 1991 could well have taken the first steps towards retirement following a tweet posted from his …

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Winners & Losers From A Dramatic Weekend Of Sport

A brilliant weekend of sport which saw the last round of the Munster championship, The US Open at Shinnecock Hills and plenty of World Cup action, let’s take a look at the biggest winners and losers from the last couple of days: Winners: Clare Hurlers Another huge victory for Clare hurlers, this time against a much-fancied Limerick, which saw them …

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Watch: Tommy Fleetwood In Contention After Matching US Open Record With A 63

England’s Tommy Fleetwood matched the lowest round in US Open history, storming to a seven-under-par 63 to take the clubhouse lead at Shinnecock Hills on Sunday. Fleetwood’s two-over-par total put him one off the lead of defending champion Brooks Koepka after 11 holes of the latter’s round. The 27-year-old from Southport, owner of four European Tour titles, started the day six …

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Johnson Shares U.S. Open Lead After Hugely Controversial Day

Dustin Johnson surrendered a four-shot lead in his first six holes and finished the day in a four-way tie for the US Open lead as Shinnecock Hills battered the world’s best golfers on Saturday. World number one Johnson closed with a bogey at the par-four 18th in a seven-over par 77 that left him tied atop the leaderboard at three-over …

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