Monthly Archives: September 2015

Jordan Spieth wins Tour Championship and FedEx Cup

He’d missed the cut two weeks in a row, lost his World No 1 ranking and watched as Jason Day dominated for the past eight weeks. Jordan Spieth was frustrated, so he got back to work. Holding off challenges from … Continue reading

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Player of the Year

“I still think it’s him” admitted Jason Day a week ago about Jordan Speith winning Player of the Year. Interesting that Jason would think so negatively. As of last week I would have had the two players neck and neck … Continue reading

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Kirsty Watch

She called it “the most terrifying thing she’s ever done”. Sky Sports golf presenter Kirsty Gallacher got her Strictly season off, but to a shaky start. Although the pre-show tabloid hype was all about her “sexing the show up” BBC … Continue reading

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#This girl golfs

This is an entertaining film put together by Lady Golfer magazine and supported by the national unions and the PGA.¬†Although there is a #thisgirlgolfs campaign which is gathering momentum on twitter and it has been widely written about in the … Continue reading

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Great Britain and Ireland finally win PGA Cup

While the US women were claiming a remarkable comeback in the Solheim Cup in Germany, in California 12 club professionals aside from GB and I and the United States were competing for the PGA Cup. In 27 matches GB and … Continue reading

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US Solheim Cup win good for golf

Karma, Justice, Retribution. Dramatic words which were bandied around after the US team snatched a victory which was looking very unlikely after being 10-6 down going into the singles. All week the Europeans had played better golf with outstanding performances … Continue reading

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British BattleBack team retain the Capt Pietsch Trophy

  Congratulations to the gentlemen – and lady – of the British BattleBack team who retained the Capt Pietsch Trophy v the Wounded Warriors of America at TPC Sawgrass, Florida on Sunday. See the video further down this month’s posts.

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Great Britain and Ireland score record Walker Cup win

Great Britain and Ireland’s Walker Cup team won back the Walker Cup this weekend with a record 16.5 to 9.5 victory. Leading 10-6 after the second morning’s foursomes GB and I needed just 3 and a half points to win. … Continue reading

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Tommy’s Honour in 6th week of filming at St Andrews

Tommy’s Honour, the new film based on the lives of Old and Young Tom Morris, has entered its sixth week of filming in St Andrews. Directed by Sir Sean Connery’s son Jason Connery it stars Ophelia Lovibond, Jack Lowden (Trainspotting, … Continue reading

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Lydia’s first major

Lydia Ko’s first major win at the Evian Championship today was achieved in record breaking style. At 18 years old, the New Zealander becomes the youngest major winner in LPGA history. Her 8 under par 63 final round had 8 … Continue reading

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