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Jason Day: World Class Player, World Cup Winner

Going off the first tee in the final pairing of the ISPS Handa World Cup of Golf with Thomas Bjorn, Jason Day had a one-stroke lead. But the Royal Melbourne Golf Club green complexes were so cunningly tough and the … Continue reading

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The World Cup Has Become an Olympic Model

Used to be that the World Cup was a grand, end of the year, celebration of international golf. It’s been played since 1953 in various forms, under various names and, beginning in Canada, in locations around the world. This year … Continue reading

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Presidents Cup – Day 4 Finale

The Presidents Cup continued into Sunday’s finale at the Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Melbourne, Australia. Twelve singles matches for glory. And in the case of the Internationals, it was going to take a glorious day. With the U.S. leading … Continue reading

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Presidents Cup – Day 3 Snippets

The Presidents Cup continued Saturday at the Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Melbourne, Australia. In the morning, it was an American romp winning four of the five foursomes (alternate shot) matches and the one they lost they only lost 1-down. … Continue reading

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Presidents Cup – Day 2 Four-Ball

The Presidents Cup continued Friday at the Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Melbourne, Australia. Fred Couples and Greg Norman took different tacks in choosing their Friday teams. Couples left his Thursday teams largely intact, his only changes were to pair … Continue reading

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The Presidents Cup – Day 1 Foursomes

The Presidents Cup opened for business Thursday at the Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Melbourne, Australia. The Presidents Cup is the other bi-annual golf tournament, the new kid on the block to the venerable Ryder Cup which pits United States … Continue reading

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What’s Next On The PGA Tour?

With Luke Donald’s incredible win at the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Classic (Disney), the PGA Tour’s 2011 schedule has come to a successful close. In the Masters this year, Charl Schwartzel birdied the last four holes to come from out … Continue reading

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