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Francesco Molinari Named European Tour Golfer of the Year

Francesco Molinari won the European Tour’s Golfer of the Year award on Monday to cap a memorable 2018 for the Italian. Molinari became the first Italian to win a major when he clinched the British Open at Carnoustie earlier this year. That triumph followed his victory in the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth and a maiden PGA Tour title in …

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Molinari Wins Race To Dubai, Willett Gets First Win Since Masters

The European Tour season ended with a bang as two major winners shared the spoils. Danny Willett outfought fellow Masters winner Patrick Reed on the final day of the DP World Tour Championship. The green jacket-clad duo went off as co-leaders on Sunday morning, but it was the Englishman who claimed the prestigious title for his first win in over …

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The Best Photos From Europe’s Glorious Ryder Cup Victory

Thomas Bjorn and his twelve heroes have recaptured the Ryder Cup from a highly-fancied United States team. The two sides did battle over three days at Le Golf National in Paris, and the French Open venue proved a fitting host for a remarkable week. In truth, Team Europe had much of the legwork done over the first two days, gaining …

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Fleetwood And Molinari Make European Ryder Cup History

Tommy Fleetwood and Francesco Molinari made history on Saturday by becoming the first European pairing to rack up four straight wins at the Ryder Cup. Fleetwood and Molinari have been inspirational over the first two days to help Thomas Bjorn’s hosts open up a commanding 10-6 lead over the United States at Le Golf National. The duo saved possibly their …

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Where Does The 2018 Open Rank Among Those Of The Last Decade?

Francesco Molinari’s triumph at Carnoustie last week was one of the most memorable Open Championships in recent memory, but where does it rank among those that took place over the past decade? 10) 2010 at St Andrews Louis Oosthuizen romped home at the Old Course despite trailing Rory McIlroy by two shots after the latter’s record-tying opening round of 63. …

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Exceptional Bogey-Free Round Gives Francesco Molinari His First Major

Francesco Molinari is your 2018 Open Champion at Carnoustie. After three generous rounds of conditions, the winds picked up in Scotland on Sunday, setting the stage for drama and carnage. The overnight leaders in Jordan Spieth, Xander Schauffele, and Kevin Kisner were well-placed, but Kisner started with a double bogey and another dropped shot within his first three holes. He would …

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Francesco Molinari Wins PGA Championship At Rory McIlroy’s Expense

Italy’s Francesco Molinari won the PGA Championship at Wentworth on Sunday as fellow overnight leader Rory McIlroy failed to sparkle in the final round. The 36-year-old Italian made up for his disappointment at finishing runner-up in last year’s event with a steady round of four-under-par 68 to close on 271 and secure the winner’s cheque of €944,000 and his fifth …

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Outside Bets For The Open Championship

The last time Pundit Arena gave you some outside bets for golf, we tipped Danny Willett at 66/1 at The Masters. Here’s who we’re backing for triumph at Troon. Henrik Stenson – 30/1 Not so much an outside bet, Stenson is being priced at a quite generous 30/1. Although the Swede hasn’t been playing too many tournaments of late and …

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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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BMW PGA Championship – Golf Betting Tips & Preview

After placing with runner up David Howell last week, Pundit Arena previews the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth. The West Course at the Wentworth Club in Surrey, England, hosts some of golfing’s finest this week, including American stars Patrick Reed & Brooks Koepka, Justin Rose, Martin Kaymer, Victor Dubuisson, Jamie Donaldson, Graeme McDowell, Lee Westwood and Ernie Els. The par 72 measuring …

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