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Harrington Blog: Debunking The Phenomenon Of ‘Voodoo Golf’

In association with In this week’s blog, Tadhg Harrington warns of the pitfalls of ‘YouTube’ and self-taught golf and gives his tips for avoiding them. _____ Let me tell you a story… Every Saturday, Bob the accountant, plays in his regular four-ball, at the local municipal. One particular Saturday, he notices that one of his playing partners, Jim, a qualified …

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Tyrrell Hatton Denied Dunhill Hat-Trick After Back Nine Collapse

Lucas Bjerregaard’s barnstorming final round at St Andrews on Sunday saw the Dane take advantage of a back-nine collapse from Tyrrell Hatton, who missed out on a third successive Alfred Dunhill Links Championship title. England’s Hatton held a five-stroke lead after a run of four consecutive front-nine birdies, but fell apart on the back nine with four bogeys. Hatton, bidding …

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Ryder Cup Heroes Atop The Leaderboard At Dunhill Links

There’s no sign of a post-Ryder Cup hangover for some of Team Europe’s stars at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. Tyrrell Hatton has won this prestigious event for the last two years running, but after the triumph at Le Golf National last week, he could be forgiven for taking it handy in Scotland. But the Englishman holds a one shot …

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The Forecast: Your Guide To This Weekend’s Sporting Action

Pundit Arena previews a massive weekend of sporting action with the latest instalment of The Weekend Forecast, in association with RNLI. What? Alfred Dunhill Links Championship on the European Tour. When? Thursday 4 – Sunday 7 October. Where? The competition is played on three different links courses, centred on the “home of golf”, St Andrews in Fife, Scotland. Where can I …

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Brooks Koepka “Heartbroken” By Ryder Cup Incident

Triple major winner Brooks Koepka said Tuesday he was “heartbroken” that a Ryder Cup fan hit by his wayward tee shot had been blinded in one eye. Koepka posted a statement on Twitter saying he had been in contact with Corine Remande and her family and offered his “heartfelt sympathy”. Frenchwoman Remande, aged 49, said she was taking legal action …

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Ryder Cup Blog: Europe Played Like A Team, USA Simply Did Not

Tadhg Harrington reflects on the weekend’s Ryder Cup action as Team Europe defeated Team US 17 1/2 to 10 1/2 at Le Golf National, Paris. _____ That “enfant terrible” of the chess world, Bobby Fischer, put it best when he was quoted as saying, “I like the moment when I break a man’s ego.” Patrick Reed would find the irony …

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Graeme McDowell: Ryder Cup Winners Left Egos At Door

Graeme McDowell at the Ryder Cup 2018 in France

Ryder Cup vice-captain Graeme McDowell believes the key to Europe’s success against the United States was that the players treated each other as equals and left their “egos at the door”. Masters champion Patrick Reed criticised the leadership of the US team following their 17.5 to 10.5 defeat in France at the weekend. In comments reported by the New York …

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Report: Koepka & Johnson Almost Came To Blows Following US Defeat

US team-mates Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka reportedly almost came to blows while visiting their opponent’s team room after Europe’s 17 1/2-to-10 1/2 Ryder Cup victory on Sunday evening. According to multiple reports, including those on the Telegraph and the Golf Channel, the pair had to be physically separated as they came close to an altercation. The Golf Channel also report …

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Reed Sensationally Blames Spieth & Furyk For US Ryder Cup Defeat

Patrick Reed has said that US Captain Jim Furyk’s decision not to pair him with Jordan Spieth was behind the defeat to Team Europe at the 2018 Ryder Cup. Reed admitted egos were a problem for the American team as he blamed Jordan Spieth for the end of their successful Ryder Cup partnership, before going on to describe US captain Jim Furyk’s …

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Top 10 Quotes From A Fantastic Weekend Of Ryder Cup Action

Europe regained the RyderCup from the United States on Sunday with a crushing 17.5 to 10.5 victory at Le Golf National in France. Here, Pundit Arena takes a look at some of the best quotes from the 42nd edition of the matchplay showdown: “It’s disappointing because I went 0-4, and that’s four points to the European team. And I’m one …

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“Moliwood-Mania” Continues As Team Europe Share Post Victory Video

A video of Francesco Molinari and Tommy Fleetwood in bed together with the Ryder Cup trophy has been posted in celebration of Europe’s victory over the US.  The morning after the week before ?#TeamEurope #Moliwood pic.twitter.com/J5JunSS5Ee — Ryder Cup Europe (@RyderCupEurope) October 1, 2018 Molinari and Fleetwood made history by becoming the first European pair to win four out of …

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