Rahm & Stenson lead in Bahamas & # 39; s as Woods penalty avoids

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Rahm had five birdies on the first nine in a bogey-free roundHero World Challenge second round leaderboard-10 J Rahm (Spa), H Stenson (Swe); -9 D Johnson (USA), P Cantlay (USA); -8 T Finau (USA); -6 G Woodland (USA), A Norwegians (Swe); -5 R Fowler (US) -4 K Bradley (US), J Rose (J), J Thomas (US); […]

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Tiger Woods reveals ankle pain at Hero World Challenge

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Smith leads star-studded PGA leaderboard

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by Tony Webeck, PGA of Australia The champion tensed his muscle, but the contenders are in line for a chance at the title after a dramatic second day of the Australian PGA Championship at RACV Royal Pines Resort. A birdie-blitz on the front-9 put title-defender Cameron Smith in position to improve the record of Jordan […]

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Papadatos floats after slip-up

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by Tony Webeck, PGA of Australia A month after missing a European Tour card, Dimi Papadatos is positioned for a chance at the Australian PGA Championship, thanks in part to a "good six" on the par-5 9th At the start of the second round at RACV Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast, the gap […]

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Varner remains love affair Royal Pines

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by Tony Webeck, PGA of Australia American Harold Varner III has chosen a second Joe Kirkwood Cup as the target to drive him to a first PGA Tour title after he once again made a great start for the Australian PGA Championship at RACV Royal Pines Resort. The 2016 champion, Varner has not ended worse […]

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Mindgames behind the rise of McLeod

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by Tony Webeck, PGA of Australia First tee nerves are nothing new to Jake McLeod, but working 12 months with a psychologist has pushed the young Queenslander to the forefront of the Australian wave. Winner of the AV Jennings New South Wales Open and third at the Australian Open, McLeod made full use of idyllic […]

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Beef round saved by partner-pep talk

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by Tony Webeck, PGA of Australia It was the moment when the head act almost left the stage. Halfway through the third hole in his Australian PGA Championship debut at RACV Royal Pines Resort, Andrew & # 39; Beef & # 39; Johnston turned to his girlfriend Jodie in the gallery and said, "I have […]

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Leishman lurks despite cracking beginnings

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by Tony Webeck, PGA of Australia World Number 21 Marc Leishman has once again shown that enough is good enough after he recovered from a scratching start and placed 4-under-68 in the opening round of the Australian PGA Championship at RACV Royal Pines Resort. Eager to begin in the same way as 12 months ago […]

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Senden stabbed by bizarre driver

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by Tony Webeck, PGA of Australia For a fraction of a second, one of the game's best balls was made as a mere mortal. The tee-shot of John Senden on the par-5 ninth during the opening round of the Australian PGA Championship went horribly wrong when his rider broke halfway through the swing, his rider […]

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