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Following this year’s Ryder Cup, Padraig Harrington was tabbed as the strong Vegas favorite to helm Team Europe for the 2020 event in Whistling Straits. Considering Harrington’s lone competition now dropped out, the three-time major winner should be a shoe-in. Lee Westwood, who’s made 10 Ryder Cup appearances for the Europeans, told Sky Sports he
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The PGA Tour begins its Asian swing this week in Malaysia, starting with the CIMB Classic at TPC Kuala Lumpur. After that they’ll head to Jeju Island, Korea for the CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges, followed by the first World Golf Championship, the WGC-HSBC Champions, of the 2018-’19 season at Sheshan International Golf Club in
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The most surprising part about Phil Mickelson criticizing the setup of Le Golf National for the 2018 Ryder Cup is that it took this long. Mickelson lost both his matches in the biennial event—badly—but waited until a strong opening round in Napa on Thursday to express his distaste for what he called “unplayable” rough in
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Twenty majors if you count his two U.S. Amateurs, in stone the winner for all time. Champions great and small have sought his counsel in clubhouses and terraces across the world. Nicklaus started writing for Golf Digest in the early 1970s. What follows are some of his most enduring words that have appeared in our
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Bandon Dunes and Central Wisconsin aren’t the only enormous sand boxes of golf in America. In the southwest corner of Utah, in the shadow of Zion National Park, lies a sandbelt of rich, red, pulverized silica atop which half a dozen four-star golf courses have blossomed in the past quarter-century. This is where a seam
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Well, that was some PGA Tour off season, huh? Yeah, not quite. Finally, golf is back in our lives starting this week at the Safeway Open, the first event of the fall wraparound schedule. While it feels like we could all use a break from the game, there’s still plenty of intriguing storylines to follow
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I liked being a hostess. I thought the waiters and waitresses at the pub where I worked were funny, and the food smelled greasy and delicious. I liked the way my feet seemed to shout at me after a particularly long shift. Pain sometimes reminds me of the effort I’ve put in, like being sore
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