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Forecasting the 2015 Presidents Cup: August 19th

The 2015 Presidents Cup is less than two months away, with Team USA and the Internationals set to tee it up at Jack Nicklaus GC in Korea during the second week of October, and both teams are starting to take shape. Since the inception of this event in 1994, Team USA have dominated with a […]

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Open Championship Betting Preview – theScore

It’s Open Championship week, and once again I’m helping theScore with some preview material for the event. The first piece is a quick betting preview, where Gino Bottero, Justin Bourne and myself select a favourite, someone from the middle of the pack and a long shot that we think has the best chance of winning. My three […]

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2015 WGC-Cadillac Match Play: Records for all 64 players

Match play at the professional level is pretty much impossible to predict. Why? The players are all so good in the pro game that the difference between Rory McIlroy and George Coetzee over one 18-hole sample is pretty much non-existent. Just like we see every March with the NCAA Tournament, upsets happen at a pretty […]

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Golf GIFs of the Week: January 19th

  Last week was always going to be difficult to top in terms of pure entertainment, but we still had a very interesting week in golf, with Jimmy Walker running away with the win in Hawaii and Martin Kaymer somehow blowing a ten shot lead on Sunday in Abu Dhabi, allowing Gary Stal to get […]

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Gary Stal wins in Abu Dhabi as Kaymer collapses

Gary Stal came from the middle of the pack in Abu Dhabi to win his first European Tour event, shocking Martin Kaymer who carried a ten shot lead on Sunday.

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Golf GIFs of the Week: January 13th

The first two golf events of 2015 are in the books, and if they are an indicator of the kind of year golf can expect over the next twelve months, we’re in for a lot of fun. Stops in South Africa and Hawaii both went into playoffs, with Andy Sullivan topping Charl Schwartzel at the […]

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Andy Sullivan beats Charl Schwartzel in SA Open playoff

Coming into the 104th South African Open, Charl Schwartzel was the consensus favourite in his home country thanks to a weak field and after three rounds, it certainly seemed like he was going to grab his tenth European Tour win after building a five shot lead over Matthew Fitzpatrick, but he couldn’t hang on, losing […]

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2014 GIFs of the Year: The Shots

Over the next two weeks, I’ll be posting my 2014 Golf GIF Roundups, broken down into several ‘Best Of’ categories. Today, we look back at some of the best shots over the past twelve months. Previous posts: The Shanks, The Laughs, The Rage, The #TourSauce, The Reactions Last year’s Shots Whenever you hear golf commentators […]

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2015 Preview: Charl Schwartzel

Welcome to the 2015 Golf Preview, where I’ll take a look at selected golfers and examine what to expect over the next twelve months. Today, we look at Charl Schwartzel. The History Coming into the 2011 Masters, Charl Schwartzel was a player that was on the radar for serious golf fans, but he certainly wasn’t considered a […]

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2014 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational GIFs

Well, that was interesting, wasn’t it? Phil Mickelson actually looked like himself on the final day, Rory and Sergio have another Sunday head to head and Tiger, well, you’ll see what happened with Tiger. As usual, the best photos, GIFs and videos of the week are posted below.

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