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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

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

Fans Have a Chance to Alter the Outcome of the PGA Championship

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Fans Have a Chance to Alter the Outcome of the PGA Championship
If the Pros have an issue with hole placement on Sunday, August 11th, they’ll need to take it up with the fans. For the first time ever the PGA Championship has become interactive for golf enthusiasts. Allowing them the opportunity to pick the pin position of the 15th hole on the final day of the tournament. From now until August 10th the PGA of America is hosting the “Pick the Hol..Read More

5 Reasons You Can't Afford to Miss this Weekend's Ryder Cup

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5 Reasons You Can't Afford to Miss this Weekend's Ryder Cup
Scotland has been at the forefront of the news for much of the past month. From the referendum results to the historic R&A decision to allow female members, our neighbours up north have been garnering quite a bit of attention as of late. Now the 40th Ryder Cup has come to Gleneagles and it's already shaping up to be an action-packed show at the "home of golf". Check out GolfOnlin..Read More

PGA Championship Staying in America – For Now

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PGA Championship Staying in America – For Now
European golf fans had their hopes dashed yesterday as PGA Chief Executive Pete Bevacqua announced any plans to move the PGA Championship overseas were on the “back burner.” The revelation came after Bevacqua was asked by a reporter during a press conference at Whistling Straits whether or not the PGA was still considering its future options regarding the Tour’s fourth and fi..Read More

U.S. Names Curtis Cup Team

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U.S. Names Curtis Cup Team
The Americans will be hoping for a home side advantage as they attempt to win back the Curtis Cup this June in St. Louis.   Yesterday the American team was announced by the USGA.  With U.S. Captain Ellen Port showing her definitive approval of the 8-women team selected from the top 25 amateur players in the country.   “Representing your country in the Curtis Cup Match is o..Read More

Matt Every Wins First PGA Title After Adam Scott Collapses at Bay Hill

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Matt Every Wins First PGA Title After Adam Scott Collapses at Bay Hill
American Matt Every has secured his first ever PGA Tour title with a win yesterday at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in Florida. Adam Scott got off to a marvellous start at Bay Hill on Thursday, carding the lowest score at the course in 30 years. But the Australian, who held the lead throughout the weekend, saw his performance implode on Sunday with five bogeys that left him to finish with a d..Read More

Justin Leonard Smashes 1st Hole cup with Awesome Eagle Shot

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Justin Leonard Smashes 1st Hole cup with Awesome Eagle Shot
American Justin Leonard got off to a smashing start during the first round of the Players Championship yesterday. Leonard’s second shot of the day cleared 147-yards coming down straight into the first hole.  Helping the 41-year-old to make eagle as well as break the cup. Ground staff at TPC Sawgrass took 10 minutes to repair the damage.  Leonard continued a strong first round ..Read More
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