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Bubba Watson Wins Travelers Championship for the Second Time

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Bubba Watson Wins Travelers Championship for the Second Time
Bubba Watson has proved once again how good he is under playoff-pressure. Beating Englishman Paul Casey in extra holes at the Travelers Championship to secure the title for the second time in his career. With an impressive 8-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole, Watson improved on an already stellar winning playoff record, bumping it up to 5-1.  So what’s the 36-year-old&rsqu..Read More

Alexander Levy Secures Maiden Win at China Open

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Alexander Levy Secures Maiden Win at China Open
The French are fast becoming a group to look out for on tour. With Alexander Levy becoming the latest Frenchman to scoop up victory at the China Open last Sunday.   Levy smiled his way to a 19-under 269 finish, 4-strokes ahead of England’s Tommy Fleetwood. The 23-year-old’s calm nature and ease were apparent throughout the tournament, as he led the charge from Friday.   &l..Read More

Hunter Mahan Wins The Barclays

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Hunter Mahan Wins The Barclays
It was a back and forth weekend that saw many in the mix for the title at The Barclays on Sunday.  But it was Hunter Mahan who rose to the top securing his first win since 2012. Three straight bogeys over the final holes helped secure the 32-year-old his spot at the top, over hot competition from Jason Day and Cameron Tringale.  With an incredible 20-foot birdie putt on the 17th Maha..Read More

Brooks Koepka Wins First PGA Tour Title in Phoenix

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Brooks Koepka Wins First PGA Tour Title in Phoenix
The European Tour’s Rookie of the Year for 2014, Brooks Koepka is proving his worth back on the other side of the pond.  Winning his first PGA Tour title yesterday at the Phoenix Open. Koepka’s maiden victory was earned after an impressive eagle on the 15th placed him in a tie for the lead.  While the other golfers around him seemed to lose their nerve, the 24-year-old Am..Read More

Asia Fights Back as First EurAsia Cup Ends in Tie

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Asia Fights Back as First EurAsia Cup Ends in Tie
Team Asia made a sweeping comeback on Saturday to tie team Europe, 10-10, at the first EurAsia Cup in Kuala Lumpur.   The event looked to be all but settled going into the final day, with Europe needing just 3 ½ points to secure the win. But a final day push from team Asia proved too much as they stormed the final 10 single matches, earning an additional 7 points.   European ca..Read More

The Open Championship 2013: Mickelson Wins at Muirfield, a Grand Slam Now Firmly in Sight

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The Open Championship 2013: Mickelson Wins at Muirfield, a Grand Slam Now Firmly in Sight
Yesterday, Phil Mickelson said he played the round of his life.  Just one week after winning the Scottish Open, the 43-year-old was lifting the Claret Jug.  A back-to-back accomplishment no other player has been able to achieve.  Now with three of the four major titles under his belt, Mickelson officially joins the race to achieve a Grand Slam. “I'm playing some of the be..Read More

The Pros Go Hard on Soft Oak Hill

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The Pros Go Hard on Soft Oak Hill
The first two rounds of the PGA Championship are handing the Pros scorecards full of reds.  Rain has made for extremely soft conditions and the players at Oak Hill are taking full advantage.  With current leader Jason Dufner just narrowly missing history yesterday, tying the world record of 63 in a major round.   While most players are enjoying the spoils of the rain in Rochester..Read More

Tiger Woods Vs Phil Mickleson Vs The World

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Tiger Woods Vs Phil Mickleson Vs The World
Things look to be heating up between two of history’s greatest golfers.  As the last major of the season begins tomorrow at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, New York, both Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are looking to build upon their recent triumphs.  Translation - we could be in for quite a showdown between two of the PGA Tour’s most successful veterans. See also - P..Read More

Top 7 Moments from the U.S. Open and the U.S. Women’s Open 2014

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Top 7 Moments from the U.S. Open and the U.S. Women’s Open 2014
The past two weeks have shown us an up close and personal look at the newly redesigned Pinehurst No. 2 and for the first time the same course has hosted both the men and ladies in back-to-back majors. Giving us some of the best moments from the U.S. Open and the U.S. Women’s Open. Here’s a look at GolfOnline’s Top 7 to remember from Pinehurst No. 2. 1. The Ladies Checki..Read More

GolfOnlines Top 5 Golfers to Watch this Week at Royal Liverpool

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GolfOnlines Top 5 Golfers to Watch this Week at Royal Liverpool
With the third major of the season beginning tomorrow at the Royal Liverpool Golf Club, it’s time to start thinking about who should you be keeping an eye on. From solid favourites to captivating underdogs we’re breaking down the top players entering the Open Championship field on Thursday and taking a look at who just might be lifting the Claret Jug come Sunday. Here are ou..Read More

The Masters 2014: A New Generation’s Time to Shine

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The Masters 2014: A New Generation’s Time to Shine
For the past two decades golf has been dominated by Tiger Woods. But as age and injury begin to become a factor for the Nike player, is it time for the next generation to step up?   With Woods’ announcement last Tuesday that he would be unable to play at Augusta this week, the door for a new focus within the game has been well and truly opened.   As the first major of 2014..Read More
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