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Australian Ladies Masters Is Saved By a Golf Ball Company

Volvik, a Korean company that manufactures golf balls, salvaged the Australian Ladies Masters by being its major sponsor. Bob Tuohy, the event’s chairman, said that the tournament is all set and scheduled from February 1-3 at the Royal Pines, in Gold Coast with Volvik as its new naming rights partner together with RACV. The chairman [...]

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Top Golf Instructor Passes Away

James Myron Flick, better known as Jim Flick, one of the pillars of the golf sport, passed away at age of 82 due to cancer. He was one of the top golf instructors in the United States and has taught many amateurs and professionals including Jack Nicklaus. His wife, Geri, shared that his husband loved [...]

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Gainey Bags His First PGA Title

Tommy Gainey had always dreamt of winning the PGA tour. Now, it has become a reality. This golfer started low. He worked in a hot water tank wrapping insulation job and eventually played in mini-golf tours in a reality program for Golf Channel. He was then known as “Two Gloves”. Gainey bagged his very first [...]

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McIlroy Keeps His Silence about Equipment Deal

Heated rumors that world number one golfer Rory McIlroy is up for a new equipment deal keep on flooding the world of golf recently. Hearsay keeps coming out that the world renowned golfer is jumping out of Titleist in favor of Nike Golf. To these, McIlroy says, “I have my management company deal with endorsements [...]

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LPGA Pros Compete Against Breast Cancer

Many families all over the world, regardless of social and economic status, have been affected by cancer in one way or the other. Various organizations have taken action to help fight this dreadful disease. Many companies donate a fraction of their sales to support cancer research programs. Sport groups conduct fund raising games to help [...]

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Olazabal Joins McIlroy in the UBS Hong Kong Open

Captain Jose Maria Olazabal, together with his winning Ryder Cup team, will go and play in the UBS Hong Kong Open at Fanling from November 15 to 18. Vice-captain Miguel Angel Jimenez, World number 1 Rory McIlroy and Paul Laurie will join him in the trip after their group miraculously won the Race to Dubai [...]

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Paul Casey Gets Closer to Victory

Finishing the ISPS HANDA Perth International in the fifth place with a tie, Paul Casey is quite confident that victory is just close. The event was held at the Lake Karrinyup, in Western Australia. Scoring at 67, this is the first European Tour where Casey landed on the top-five position after placing fourth in the [...]

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Prolonged Rivalry Foreseen Between Tiger and Rory

Tiger Woods was said to have found his good match through the person of Rory McIlroy and he believes that the rivalry between them will last quite long, that is, it may be over a decade. Tiger, the 14-time major winner, will go and play against Rory, currently world number one, in an exhibition game [...]

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Who’s Who at the McGladrey Classic

Danny Lee of New Zealand did well at the first round of the McGladrey Classic held in Sea Island, Georgia. The event was a very important competition for Lee who is working hard to keep his PGA Tour card. Lee, who shot three birdies and an eagle in five holes, scored a five under par [...]

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Simpson, Ready Even If Long Putters Will Be Banned

Webb Simpson is an apparent user of long putters. The US Open champion is among the three golfers who have won in the major tournament using the long golf club. Though he is not anxious at all even if this type of putter is banned, he admits that he finds this probable action incorrect. The [...]

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