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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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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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Dominant Europe Retain The Ryder Cup

Team Europe made it three in a row as they defeated the USA 16 ½-11 ½ in the 40th Ryder Cup on Sunday afternoon. It was down to the rookie, Jamie Donaldson to win the trophy. His approach shot on the 15th was two feet from the hole with his opponent Keegan Bradley’s ball lay 20 feet away. “Pick it …

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Impressive Afternoon Hands Europe Ryder Cup Lead

Europe will head into the final day of the 40th Ryder Cup with a 10-6 lead over their American counterparts, after an impressive day at Gleneagles. It was again the foursomes format in which Europe shone, winning 3 matches and halving one. Europe’s record in the format for this edition of the competition reads seven points from a possible eight. It …

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Europe Takes Opening Day Ryder Cup Lead

Captain Paul McGinley will be sleeping a bit easier tonight after his Europe side turned a poor morning session around to take a 5-3 lead into Saturday. “It seems everyone is nervous,” declared Ewen Murray after the match announcer mistook Webb Simpson for Bubba Watson on the opening tee this morning. Little did he or those watching know it was …

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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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US PGA: Long-Shots The Value Bet At Valhalla

Cian O’Callaghan previews this weekend’s USPGA Championship at Valhalla. While Rory McIlroy is looking to make it three tournaments in a row, the long shots could prove the best value. While winning the FedEx play-offs next month- and the $10m pay cheque which accompanies it – or playing a key role in clinching the Ryder Cup would are moments that would …

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Golf: New Year, New Me

Eoin Cass discusses the recent changes in golf’s brief off-season 2014 has arrived and the turn of the year has brought many changes. Facebook was abuzz with the predictable “new year, new me” statuses. The notion of change for the better is a romantic one and oftentimes a fresh outlook can be the catalyst for success. The holiday season passed …

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