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Gainey Aims for a Back-to-Back Win

With just three weeks after winning his first PGA Tour, Tommy Gainey is working for a back-to-back win in the Children’s Miracle Network Classic to be held at Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Gainey, who is popular with his unconventional swings, scored a 7-under-par 65, closing the first round with a lag of one hit. Two [...]

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Ian Poulter is About to Breakthrough

Ian Poulter’s sharpness in match-playing is popular and proven by his incomparable record of winning stroke plays. He has just set a new record of 12 European Tour wins and 2 PGA victories after winning the World Golf Championship recently. Poulter has been a decent golfer even before playing professionally in the 90s but not [...]

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Westwood, Oosthuizen Co-Lead the WGC-HSBC Championship

Lee Westwood and Louis Oosthuizen shared the top spot in the final round of the WGC-HSBC Champions Tournament held in Shenzhen, China. Westwood shot three birdies, no bogey and a score of 30, 18-under early on of the game putting him on tie with the then waiting Oosthuizen who carved an overnight lead of five [...]

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Tiger Woods: “Getting back to No. 1 will take time.”

Two years after losing the world number 1 title, Tiger Woods admits that getting back the number 1 rank may take some time. The title is currently held by Rory McIlroy after winning the USPGA championship plus other consecutive winning tournaments in the FedEx Cup. Woods admitted that he’s got to win to hold the [...]

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Inbee Park Tops LPGA’s Taiwan Championship

South Korean golfer Inbee Park secured the lead in the first round of the Taiwan Championship after scoring with a 7-under 65 with two strokes away from the local athlete, Yani Tseng. Seven holes of the Sunrise Golf and Country Club were all birdied by Park who is also the top-ranking candidate for the LPGA [...]

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Tommy Gainey Wins at the McGladrey Classic

American golfer Tommy Gainey bagged his first PGA tour title after winning the McGladrey Classic. It was indeed a remarkable victory for Gainey who started the final round at the 29th place with a tie and a score of 6-under-par, 7 shots behind the two leading players, Davis Love and Jim Furyk. Gainey closed the [...]

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Volvo World Match Play Will be in Bulgaria

Next year’s Volvo World Match Play Championship of the European Tour will be held for the first time in Bulgaria. The tournament scheduled on May 16-19, 2013 will be held at the Thracian Cliffs. This golf course was designed by Gary Player and is situated beside the Black Sea. The Volvo World Match Play took [...]

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Morrison and Ramsay Shared Lead in the Indian Open

James Morrison of England and Richie Ramsay from Scotland tied in the first place in the opening game of the Indian Open at the Asian PGA Tour. Both of them scored five-under-par 66 on the first round of the $1.25 million event held at the Karnataka Golf Association course and won by a single shot [...]

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Ernie Els Suffers from Ankle Injury

Whether he likes it or not, The Open champion Ernie Els cannot join the PGA Grand Slam of Golf set to happen at the Port Royal Golf Club in Bermuda. The South African golfer is suffering from an injured ankle and will be replaced by Padraig Harrington for the 36-hole game. This is sad news [...]

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No Assurance yet for Ryan Fox in the PGA Tour

Ryan Fox still cannot rest assured that he will qualify in the PGA Tour. He must fight for it and make low scores in the final round of the tour’s qualifying games in Nevada. Ryan is currently the leading golf professional in the NZPGA Order of Merit. He was able to win three titles as [...]

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