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Golf-From Rory’s Collapse To Chambers Bay: Ranking The 10 Most Memorable Majors From The Past Decade

For primarily the wrong reasons, Sunday will live long in the memories of golf fans. The USGA’s farcical response to the penalty-that-wasn’t ruined what was becoming a great major. Chambers Bay last year ended in similarly controversial circumstances as what could loosely be described as greens took centre stage instead of the competitors. But what are the 10 most memorable …

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Travelers Championship – Golf Betting Preview & Tips

Normality resumes this week on the PGA Tour, as Pundit Arena previews the 2015 Travelers Championship. TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, Connecticut is a par 70 measuring a very short 6,841 yards, and has hosted the event since 1984. Champion Kevin Streelman and stars Bubba Watson, Sergio Garcia and Jason Day make their way to Cromwell, while the likes of Ernie Els, Patrick Reed, …

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Shenzhen International – European Tour Preview and Tips

The European Tour resumes in China after the Augusta festivities, as Pundit Arena previews the inaugural Shenzhen International, starring Bubba Watson. This week’s Shenzhen International event takes place in Shenzhen, which is located in the south of Southern China’s Guangdong Province and has a population of seven million people. A new event means that it is difficult to spot trends with course form being scarce. Luckily, …

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Evaluating The Top Ten Contenders For The Masters 2015

The Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia this week hosts the 79th Masters Tournament. Here we evaluate the chances of the world’s top ten players in claiming a green jacket. The top ten players in the current Official World Golf Rankings are as follows: Only two of the above top ten have worn the green jacket; Bubba Watson and Adam Scott, who have shared it …

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10 Dream Pairings For The Masters’ Final Round

The first Major of the year is finally just days away. Masters Sunday and that final afternoon brings with it some intriguing possibilities. No matter what the final pairings are, it is always electric viewing. Let’s look at some possible final pairings, and some dream scenarios. 10. Tiger Woods & Phil Mickelson This may not have the same clout it has ten years …

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Building The Field At The Masters

The field at The Masters, like any Major, is always world-class. This year’s Masters will consist of approximately 95 of the best amateur and professional golfers. Building this field is not easy, and in some cases can cause significant challenges to the tournament organiser. Of all Majors, this event is scrutinised more than any other. With 19 ways to qualify, …

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Golf News: Watson On Your Finger Bubba?

Bubba Watson has shown his commitment to not only his wife but his profession by getting a $60 tattoo on his left ring finger. Watson apparently doesn’t like to play with his wedding ring on for comfort reasons so he decided to have his wife’s name tattooed to show his affection. For his 10-year wedding anniversary, Bubba Watson got this tattoo. …

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Ryder Cup: Three Of The Best Shots So Far

The Ryder Cup is in full ‘swing’ and there’s been a number of incredible shots so far. Here are the top three for those of you missing the action due to work. 1. Martin Kaymer Attacks The Pin This lovely approach shot from Martin Kaymer almost dropped into the hole. Kaymer and Thomas Bjorn are currently 1UP on Rickie Fowler and Jimmy Walker. …

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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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Phil Mickelson Aiming for Grand Slam glory

If you like your golf tough, brutal and a little sadistic, the US Open is the tournament for you. The national championship of the United States Golf Association doesn’t aim to excite or thrill with birdie blitzes and daring attacking play, rather it plans for a more sober entertainment where the enjoyment is to be accrued from watching the most complete …

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