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Jason Day’s Record-Breaking First Major Victory

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Jason Day’s Record-Breaking First Major Victory
Australian golfer Jason Day has finally earned his first major win, beating the record previously held by his idol, Tiger Woods with a 20-under-par total at the PGA Championship. It has been a long time coming for the 27-year-old who has consistently placed in the top-10 at majors but never been able to seal the deal.  All that changed on Sunday at Whistling Straits, as Day was able to ho..Read More

Home-Favourite Charley Hull making Great Progress at Ladies European Masters

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Home-Favourite Charley Hull making Great Progress at Ladies European Masters
English number one Charley Hull is making a serious play for the ISPS Handa Ladies European Masters title this week at the Buckinghamshire Golf Club. The 19-year-old from Kettering got off to a great start during yesterday’s first round, finishing with an impressive 4-under 66, just 2-strokes behind overnight leader Sophie Giquel-Bettan. Hull is already looking determined to better her ..Read More

Martin Kaymer gets his Feet Wet for Birdie at the BMW International

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Martin Kaymer gets his Feet Wet for Birdie at the BMW International
German golfer Martin Kaymer showed us he knows how to stay cool even when faced with a particularly difficult situation.  Shooting out of a pond at yesterday’s BMW International Open to ultimately make birdie on the hole. Most golfers can relate to trying to salvage a bad shot, just hoping you can make good on a golf ball stuck in an unfortunate hazard.  But 30-year-old Kaymer..Read More

Jordan Spieth revels back-to-back Majors with Victory at Chambers Bay

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Jordan Spieth revels back-to-back Majors with Victory at Chambers Bay
He has been referred to as golf’s new golden boy and Jordan Spieth is certainly proving he’s worthy of all the hype in 2015, winning his second major of the year on Sunday at the U.S. Open. At just 21-years-old Spieth became the youngest player to win a U.S. Open since Bobby Jones in 1923. Making him only the sixth golfer in history to win the Masters and the U.S. Open in the same ..Read More

Martin Kaymer Wins his First U.S. Open

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Martin Kaymer Wins his First U.S. Open
Germany’s Martin Kaymer has claimed his second major win after a stunning four rounds at Pinehurst No. 2. The 29-year-old finished on a 9-under 271, securing his first U.S. Open title, 8-strokes ahead of America’s Rickie Fowler and Erik Compton. Kaymer’s impressive run makes him only the 8th man in history to win the event after leading all four rounds. “No one was cat..Read More

Rickie Fowler Proves he’s far from “Overrated” at The Players Championship

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Rickie Fowler Proves he’s far from “Overrated” at The Players Championship
American golfer Rickie Fowler remained poised under great pressure yesterday as he came from 5-shots behind to force a three-man playoff and win The Players Championship. It was a case of perfect timing for the 26-year-old who secured his second victory on Sunday, just six days after being named one of the “most overrated” players on the PGA Tour by his peers. Fowler, whose first ..Read More

17th Hole Sees the Highs and Lows of The Players Championship

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17th Hole Sees the Highs and Lows of The Players Championship
It might not be a major, but the Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass is still considered to be one of the best events on the PGA Tour schedule. With a killer course set up as well as boasting one of the largest winner’s purses, this tournament goes a long way in attracting the biggest names in golf year after year. Perhaps the most recognised hole in the sport, number 17 at TPC Sawgras..Read More

Jordan Spieth Holds his Nerve to Win The Masters 2015

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Jordan Spieth Holds his Nerve to Win The Masters 2015
Jordan Spieth has secured his first Green Jacket with an incredible start to finish victory at The Masters 2015. In only his second appearance at the major, the young Texan shattered his competition with the poise and grace of a golfer much older than his 21 years. While many awaited the dreaded final day meltdown, Spieth remained cool, calm and collected.  Holding off major veterans Ju..Read More

Martin Kaymer Leads the Charge after First Day at Pinehurst

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Martin Kaymer Leads the Charge after First Day at Pinehurst
Germany’s Martin Kaymer shot to the top of the leaderboard during Thursday’s first round of the U.S. Open. Carding an incredible 5-under 65 to take a three-stroke lead over his nearest competition. The first test for Pinehurst No. 2 was easier than had been expected, with many players shooting in the 60s. But heavy rain overnight might make it a different story come today’s t..Read More

Record-Breaking Attendance at “Rowdy” Phoenix Open

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Record-Breaking Attendance at “Rowdy” Phoenix Open
The Waste Management Phoenix Open got off to a record-breaking start yesterday with 118,461 golf fans in attendance, 30,000 more than any other Thursday in the event’s history. Despite the PGA Tour’s attempts to “tone it down,” the event is continuing to gain even more popularity this year, with possible reasons including Tiger Woods’ return and the Super Bowl als..Read More

Big Names Missing this Weeks Deutsche Bank Championship

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Big Names Missing this Weeks Deutsche Bank Championship
Whether through injury, ineligibility or personal reasons many of the top names in golf will be missing the opening tee-off at the Deutsche Bank Championship in Boston this Friday. The second of four PGA Tour play off events, the Deutsche Bank Championship invites the top-100 FedEx Cup point players to compete before narrowing the field down to 70 for the third instalment, next week’s BM..Read More

Major Roundup: 4 Reasons to watch this Weekend's PGA Championship

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Major Roundup: 4 Reasons to watch this Weekend's PGA Championship
There have been a few surprises leading up to this year’s final major. Making the start of the PGA Championship yesterday in Louisville, Kentucky even more dramatic. As Tiger Woods declared himself fit and ready to play Wednesday, Jason Dufner and Matt Kuchar were forced to admit their bodies weren’t up to the challenge on Thursday. Despite the dropping in and out of play..Read More
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