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Best winning storylines for the 2017 Open Championship

It’s a well documented fact that golf is on a run of first time major winners. Since Zach Johnson’s triumph in a playoff at the 2015 Open Championship, seven different players have taken home a major title for the first time, from long awaited winners like Sergio Garcia and Henrik Stenson to young thoroughbreds like […]

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The 18: DeChambeau triumphs at the JDC

The 18 is a look at eighteen stories from the previous week or so in the world of golf, and they will usually be on stories that I didn’t dedicate a full post towards. Expect a combination of thoughts, GIFs, images and anything else that caught my eye from the past seven days. Some will […]

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June 30th Mailbag: Peak Tiger in 2017, Rory and Steph Curry

As always, keep the questions coming on Twitter or send them to my e-mail: adamrsarson@gmail.com

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The 18: Spieth’s win and the Phil/Bones split

The 18 is a look at eighteen stories from the previous week or so in the world of golf, and they will usually be on stories that I didn’t dedicate a full post towards. Expect a combination of thoughts, GIFs, images and anything else that caught my eye from the past seven days. Some will […]

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Rory McIlroy, expectations and the talent influx

If you follow golf in any way, it seems like it’s impossible to not have some kind of take on Rory McIlroy. With his otherworldly talent and stature in the game, it makes sense that he would draw a lot of attention and over the last couple of weeks, he has definitely given people plenty […]

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The 18: Notes from the U.S. Open

The 18 is a look at eighteen stories from the previous week or so in the world of golf, and they will usually be on stories that I didn’t dedicate a full post towards. Expect a combination of thoughts, GIFs, images and anything else that caught my eye from the past seven days. Some will […]

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Brooks Koepka, Erin Hills and a non-traditional U.S. Open

The 2017 U.S. Open was not a traditional U.S. Open. Brooks Koepka walked away as the winner, posting a 16-under par total at Erin Hills, making him only the third player to win the U.S. Open with a score that reached double digits under par. He joined Rory McIlroy, who also shot -16 and dominated […]

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The 18: Berger repeats in Memphis

The 18 is a look at eighteen stories from the previous week or so in the world of golf, and they will usually be on stories that I didn’t dedicate a full post towards. Expect a combination of thoughts, GIFs, images and anything else that caught my eye from the past seven days. Some will […]

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The 18: Duf Daddy wins the Memorial

The 18 is a look at eighteen stories from the previous week or so in the world of golf, and they will usually be on stories that I didn’t dedicate a full post towards. Expect a combination of thoughts, GIFs, images and anything else that caught my eye from the past seven days. Some will […]

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On Alex Noren’s BMW PGA Championship win and the OWGR

The Official World Golf Rankings are not a perfect system. Thousands of players take part in hundreds of tournaments across nineteen eligible tours each year, and while the rankings are weighted towards recent performance, points earned in events from the previous two years are accounted for in the rankings. Field strength, based on the quality […]

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