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Sport24.co.za | Colsaerts thrills home crowd to reach quarters in Belgium

Antwerp – Nicolas Colsaerts continued to shine on home soil as he advanced to the quarter-finals of the inaugural Belgian Knockout. After two days of regular stroke play saw the 144-man field reduced to 64, the innovative new European Tour event switched to a nine-hole stroke play knockout for three rounds of competition on Saturday. By the end of the ...

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Drysdale, Heath reach quarterfinals in Belgium

May 19, 2018 David Drysdale and James Heath both came through playoffs to advance to the quarterfinals of the inaugural Belgian Knockout. After 36 holes of regular stroke play on Thursday and Friday, the action turned to knockout on Saturday, with the top 64 from days one and two facing each other over nine holes of stroke play.

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Golf: South Korea's Chun keeps LPGA lead at rain-hit Kingsmill

WASHINGTON: South Korea’s Chun In-gee kept her one-stroke lead over Japan’s Nasa Hataoka and American Austin Ernst after Sunday’s (May 20) completion of the storm-interrupted second round of the LPGA Kingsmill Championship. Storms on Friday left 60 players on the Kingsmill course at Williamsburg, Virginia, unable to complete their second rounds before darkness fell while all play on Saturday was washed ...

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Tripathi, Gopal keep Royal hopes alive with win

Shreyas Gopal of Rajasthan Royals celebrates a wicket against RCB. Jaipur: Rajasthan Royals rode on a fine half-century from Rahul Tripathi, combined with leg-spinner Shreyas Gopal’s four-for to outclass Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) by 30 runs and more importantly keep themselves in the hunt for a place in the Indian Premier League (IPL) Play-offs. With the win, Rajasthan rose to ...

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Outside U.S. Open bubble, putting fails Scott

DALLAS – While the swirling Texas winds may still have their say, the AT&T Byron Nelson is shaping up to be a two-horse race. With a four-shot gulf between them and their closest pursuers, co-leaders Marc Leishman and Aaron Wise both stepped up to the microphone and insisted the tournament was far from over. That it wouldn’t revert to a ...

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