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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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Jordan Spieth – 2015 US Open Champion

What an amazing finish! Jordan Spieth claims his second Major of 2015. He becomes the youngest player to win the Masters and US Open in their career; let alone in the same year. Throughout his entire round, Spieth remained calm, cool and collected. His patience paid off and now the expectations grow exponentially with The Open only a few weeks …

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US Open Day 2

The US Open has not disappointed the golfing world…..or has it? The top 10 on the 2015 US Open leaderboard is a list of the unexpected except for Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth and maybe Patrick Reed. At this point, it is possible to add Jason Day and Henrik Stenson to the list, but the rest are a bit of a …

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The US Open – A Battle of Attrition

The US Open Golf Championship is the most challenging of all the Majors. Set to begin on 18 – 21 June, this year’s US Open may prove to be the toughest test in history for professional golfers. After fighting the fescue, the weather, and their nerves, someone at the end of 72 holes will be crowned the 2015 US Open …

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US Open Preview – What Can the Field Expect from Chambers Bay?

Seldom has a golf course courted so much controversy before a ball’s even been hit in anger. The U.S Open course roster is renowned for straddling the line between being unforgiving and downright unfair. The Olympic Club, Shinnecock Hills and Merion, among others, have come under fire in the past for being cruel for the sake of cruelty. The course that the world’s …

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