Monthly Archives: June 2019

Andy Murray turns to golf before returning to professional tennis

Tennis champion returns to action in the doubles tournament at the Fevertree Championships at Queen’s Club on Wednesday. During his time off through injury he has been playing golf with his brother, including the Club Championship at Wentworth “I played … Continue reading

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Sean Foley talks about Justin Rose

Justin Rose has a large team behind him and this week his swing coach Sean Foley gave a few thoughts about what they were working on with him. Justin has been putting phenomenally well this week averaging 24 putts per … Continue reading

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Pete Cowen talks about Gary Woodland and Henrik Stenson

We’ve been hearing from the wrong people – the players – before and after the rounds. After hearing the incredibly interesting and insightful interview with top coach Pete Cowen, I’m now convinced we need to hear less from the players … Continue reading

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Matthew Wolff to turn pro next week

Excited!

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Martin Kaymer interview

Martin Kaymer’s comeback this season, which led to him nearly winning The Memorial Tournament has been a great thing to see. On the European Tour’s media this week this very interesting interview appeared. In this week’s Player Blog presented by … Continue reading

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Twenty years ago

It is hard to believe that is now 20 years since the late Payne Stewart won the US Open at Pinehurst and this special statue commemorates his victory.

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Lee Elder awarded the Bob Jones Award

Wonderful to hear that Lee Elder has this week been awarded the Bob Jones Award at Pebble Beach. It is the USGA’s highest honour and he becomes the first African American ever to receive it. Mike Davis, the USGA’s Executive … Continue reading

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