Monthly Archives: June 2016

Mickelson’s gambling linked to second criminal case

  His adreneline must be pumping. As he lies second going into the final round of tonight’s St Jude Classic in Memphis, Phil Mickelson looks to be writing another chapter in his dramatic life. I am expecting him to finally … Continue reading

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Great Britain and Ireland win the Curtis Cup

Celebrations will be going on, as only the Irish can, at Dun Laoghaire Golf Club tonight as the girls from Great Britain and Ireland won back the Curtis Cup from a stong United States team. It’s only the second time … Continue reading

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US Open pairings rounds 1 and 2

Thursday (June 16), hole #1 / Friday (June 17), hole #10 6:45 a.m. / 12:30 p.m. – Denny McCarthy, Jupiter, Fla.; Aron Price, Australia; Mikael Lundberg, Sweden 6:56 a.m. / 12:41 p.m. – (a) Nick Hardy, Northbrook, Ill.; TBD; Tom … Continue reading

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Mickelson comments on his latest saga

Phil Mckelson commented on the Dean Foods Insider trading case, of which he was named as a relief defendent, last week at the Memorial. He said “I’m disappointed to have been part of that whole thing but after a thorough … Continue reading

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Royal Troon brings vote forward

  Royal Troon will be bringing forward its decision whether to admit women members to before its hosting of the Open Championship in July. There will be a General Meeting on July 1 where the club’s constitution will be adjusted. … Continue reading

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More top players cast doubts about Olympic golf

Jason Day said at the Memorial Tournament last week that he’s still undecided about representing Australia at the Olympic Games. “I dont think its a Rio issue. its a medical issue that’s attached to the Games. What happens id I … Continue reading

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Curtis Cup 2016

  This brilliant photograph shows the triumphant Great Britain and Ireland Curtis Cup team the last time the matches were played on home soil at Nairn. Wishing the 2016 team play well and win the cup back at Dun Laoghaire, … Continue reading

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