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Stenson stars at Hero Challenge

Last Updated: 22/06/17 8:06pm Henrik Stenson has signed up to compete in the second edition of the Hero Challenge ahead of the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open next month. The Open champion will be among eight European Tour stars for the innovative one-hole knockout contest at Dundonald Links in Ayrshire, with Alexander Levy defending the title he claimed in the ...

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Fresh off a win, Brooke Henderson recharges at home ahead of busy Tour stretch

Canadian Brooke Henderson returned home Wednesday to recharge after her first LPGA Tour victory of the season and help promote this summer’s CP Women’s Open near her hometown. Her recent putting woes in the past, it was a confident Henderson who attended a media day at the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club, the host facility for the Aug. 24-27 national ...

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Tom Oates: Fans treated to world-class golf with consecutive events in Wisconsin

As successful as the inaugural American Family Insurance Championship was on all fronts last June at University Ridge Golf Course in Verona, there was one lingering doubt after the championship trophy was awarded to late-charging Kirk Triplett. What would happen this June when the U.S. Open — yes, THAT U.S. Open — came to Wisconsin for the first time in ...

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8am Round-Up: Phil Mickelson and ‘Bones’ Mackay part ways

Phil Mickelson and Jim “Bones” Mackay have parted way after 25 years – the longest golfer and caddy relationship in golf. But the possibility of Mackay linking up with Jon Rahm has been immediately ruled out by the Spanish star. Mickelson claimed all but one of his worldwide successes with “Bones” at his side, including back-to-back wins in the Scottish ...

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Fresh off a win, Brooke Henderson recharges at home ahead of busy Tour stretch

Canadian Brooke Henderson returned home Wednesday to recharge after her first LPGA Tour victory of the season and help promote this summer’s CP Women’s Open near her hometown. Her recent putting woes in the past, it was a confident Henderson who attended a media day at the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club, the host facility for the Aug. 24-27 national ...

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Long Days of Summer: The British Open, Wimbl

All Hail the Queen…of tennis, that is.  Serena Williams’ journey along the grass courts of Wimbledon were not drama free.  A few matches were more tightly contested than others.  In the end, even big sister Venus couldn’t deny Serena’s trip to centre court–another grand slam…number 21….in hand! Accolades given to men’s champion Novak Djokovic are well deserved.  After all, he ...

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8am Round-Up: Phil Mickelson and ‘Bones’ Mackay part ways

Phil Mickelson and Jim “Bones” Mackay have parted way after 25 years – the longest golfer and caddy relationship in golf. But the possibility of Mackay linking up with Jon Rahm has been immediately ruled out by the Spanish star. Mickelson claimed all but one of his worldwide successes with “Bones” at his side, including back-to-back wins in the Scottish ...

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