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Early Look At The 2016 Ryder Cup: Team USA

LOUISVILLE, KY - SEPTEMBER 16: The Ryder Cup is shown on the ninth hole during the European team photo shoot prior to the start of the 2008 Ryder Cup at Valhalla Golf Club on September 16, 2008 in Louisville, Kentucky. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

As the busiest and most anticipated season of professional golf begins to heat up, Rory Murphy takes a look at the biennial event which rounds off the year in a series of articles analysing different aspects of the competition. _____ USA Team The home team, bar a couple of variations depending on form, more or less picks itself and lines …

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AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Betting Preview

This week the game’s best players head to the west coast for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Pebble Beach Golf Links borders the Pacific Ocean and is famous worldwide for it’s awesome atmosphere and stature in the game. It hosted the notoriously though 2010 U.S Open, but the annual Pro-Am iteration is one of the easier tournaments that the pro’s play all …

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Ireland’s Paul Dunne Is Now On The Golfing Radar

Last week’s tied-13th performance shows two things: 1- Paul Dunne is an incredibly talented golfer in unpredictable weather, and 2- Paul Dunne’s remarkable Open Championship at St. Andrew’s was by no means a fluke. Looking at his final round, some may see 5-over-par and think , “Ah, the poor young man bottled it again” after fading away on the final …

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The Barclays Betting Preview – PGA Tour Golf

The first leg of the FedEx Cup playoffs – The Barclays – takes place, with a cool $10m top prize for the FedEx Cup winner. The course: The event visits Plainfield Country Club in Edison, New Jersey for the second time. A par 70 measuring 7,030 yards (which is short by PGA Tour standards), Plainfield hosted the 2011 edition. This does give us …

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The Open Championship Betting Preview & Tips

Jordan Spieth stands on the cusp of history. Can he win The Open Championship? “Once you start feeling invincible, something bad inevitably happens. Golf is tough like that. Life is tough like that.” – Eddie Pepperell The home of golf at St. Andrews (the Old Course) hosts the 144th Open Championship, having most recently done so back in 2010. A par …

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2014 Ryder Cup – The US Team of Underdogs

With less than a month to go, the Ryder Cup Captains are slowly going grey as the time to select their last three players draws near. Already, the European Ryder Cup Team is the heavy favourite because of the quality of their players. The depth of Captain Paul McGinley’s pool of skilled players poses his greatest challenge – who must he leave …

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