Day is delicious in new union

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by Mark Hayes on Pebble Beach (Photo from USGA / Jason Miczek) There was about the same level of chatting today over the ropes for Steve Williams and his new player. That is obvious, but today there was certainly a big buzz around Jason Day when he boarded the next era of his big championship […]

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McIlroy in battle as three set clubhouse lead

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Rory McIlroy has won four majors, including the 2011 US OpenUS Open, early first-round leaderboard-5 R Fowler (US), X Schauffele (US); -4 S Piercy (USA); -3 R McILroy (NI) *, S Straka (US) *, E Grillo (Arg); Other selected: -2 J Rahm (Spa) *, G McDowell (NI); -1 T Hatton (Eng); Level D Johnson (USA), […]

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A Tolerable Redemption for Tiger Woods

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Last month, President Tiger Woods awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom. The ceremony took place at White House Rose Garden, a few weeks after Woods had desperately prayed to win at the Masters golf tournament. It was a serene afternoon, but people have hurried anyway – about the age of Woods (43 is not old […]

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LIVE: Fraser kicks things off at Pebble

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(Photo from USGA / Darren Carroll) LEADERBOARD Marcus Fraser was one of the first three participants to participate this morning when the 2019 US Open at Pebble Beach came to life. In his fourth US Open, Fraser plays together with American Sam Saunders and Mexican Carlos Ortiz. The other Australians on Thursday are Marc Leishman, […]

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GA to participate in Victoria Park discussions

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The proposed closure of the Victoria Park Golf Course would be a significant loss to golf in Queensland and Golf Australia is trying to save this iconic course from the closure. CEO Stephen Pitt says Golf Australia was not consulted in the run-up to Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner's comments on Sunday, but it would like […]

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CLAYTON: Is Pebble really a left course?

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The remarkable 7th green on Pebble Beach Golf Links. Image: Getty. Describing the famous Pebble Beach as a left course is a wrong name. The real links – the original courses of the game – along the edges of the British and Irish coasts, play over perfect, resilient fescue and over the uniquely wrinkled ground […]

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Brooks Koepka was forged in Europe

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Kiradech Aphibarnrat is not a short batter in the European Tour, but the Thai pro couldn't help but watched the opening of the Omega European Masters 2013 in awe. One of his game partners would stand on the tee and ride the turn after the ride through the Swiss mountain air, with his ball following […]

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Gender-specific guidelines launched

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National guidelines for the inclusion of transgender and gender-diverse people in sport were launched in Melbourne today. The guidelines were developed by the Australian Human Rights Commission in collaboration with Sport Australia and the Coalition of Major Professional and Participation Sports (COMPPS). The guidelines contain information about the Sex Discrimination Act 1984 (Cth) and guidelines […]

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On Pebble Beach, It & # 39; s About the Lay of the Land

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But players still see changes for the decisive weekend rounds. Jim Furyk, who won the US Open in 2003 and has since finished the second time three times, said Open officials made the track harder at Olympia Fields in Illinois, where he won after the Friday cut. They did this by speeding up the greens, […]

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