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Rory McIlroy called a few of the pin locations diabolical, but it was Jon Rahm and third round leader Louis Oosthuizen who were the most critical. Louis said he was glad he wad able to hold hos round together. Having … Continue reading
We could not be happier to partner with EA to bring golfers and players from all over the world to our celebration of The 150th Open via EA SPORTS PGA TOUR,” said Martin Slumbers, Chief Executive of The R&A. “EA SPORTS plays … Continue reading
Greg Norman, who won The Open in 1993 at Royal St Georges, is auctioning many items of his equiment to benefit First Tee through thegolfauction.com until July 18.
A beautiful tee shot at the par 3 16th led to a hole in one for Jonathan Thomson. . The 25 year old 6 feet 9 inch player from Notts GC qualified for the championship at Hollinwell. Between the ages … Continue reading
It’s just 56 days since Phil Mickelson won the PGA Championship, to become the oldest major champion ever. And yet yesterday, at Royal St Georges, he carded a +10 round of 80, and today shot +2 to leave the championship. … Continue reading
Her Royal Highness Princess Anne and her husband Sir Timothy Laurence visited The Open today. They met officials and golf coaches in the swing zone and watched the action from the spectator stands. Princess Anne has been an honorary member … Continue reading
World number 10 Tyrell Hatton carded a round of 70 today but was frustrated and angry several times during his round. After taking a double bogey on the 11th hole he swore at himself and then appeared to react with … Continue reading
Excellent round of 67 today for Australia’s Cameron Smith who is currently ried 11th. He also showed off his new mullet haircut. We havent seen one like that since John Daly won the championship in 1995.
After saying this to the media on Thursday “The driver sucks. It’s not a good face for me. We’re still trying to figure it out how to make it good on the mis-hits, I’m living on a razor’s edge, I’ve … Continue reading
I didn’t write this on my return from Sandwich last night because I was still stewing about it. But I feel on the grounds of public health and safety that I have to post this in a measured way. The … Continue reading