Monthly Archives: July 2016

Jim Furyk – Mr 58

Jim Furyk, now known as Mr. 58, shot the lowest score ever on the PGA Tour with a 58 on Sunday at the Travelers Championship. But that round came after struggling early on in the week. Furyk opened with a … Continue reading

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Jimmy Walker wins USPGA

Jimmy Walker reflects on PGA Championship win Ewan Murray at Baltusrol Jimmy Walker’s passion is astrophotography. It is unclear at which point he reckoned that, if taking pictures of the stars, he might as well shoot for them. The sequence … Continue reading

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PGA Championship preview

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Women golfers more positive about Rio Olympics

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“Not everybody is going to understand” Jordan Spieth on his withdrawal from the Rio Olympics

He called it “the most difficult decision of his life”. Jordan Spieth cited health reasons as the overriding factor for his withdrawal from the United States golf team for the Rio Olympics. He said he made the decision for himself … Continue reading

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Open viewers stay loyal to the BBC

The BBC TV highlights programme on Sunday evening was watched by 1.5m, a considerably higher number than the audience of 1.1m who had watched the live coverage of the final round on Sky Sports during the Sunday  afternoon. These figures … Continue reading

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Listen to Henrik Stenson’s winning Open press conference

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