Putting key to keeping veteran atop leaderboard





Putting key to keeping veteran atop leaderboard
It has been 10 years since a British player won the Open Championship and entering today’s final 18 holes of a tournament remarkable on so many fronts so far, standing between England’s Ross Fisher or Lee Westwood and victory might be a 59-year-old man who already has undergone a hip replacement. Either that or a very pregnant Jo Fisher.
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McIlroy heads strong Irish raid
GOLF/ TOUR NEWS:WHILE IRELAND’S two major champions yesterday headed in opposite directions over the Atlantic – Pádraig Harrington returning home for a short break before building up to the British Open on the back of a fifth-place finish in the Travelers Championship, Graeme McDowell heading over to his house in Lake Nona for some downtime ahead of resuming tournament play next week – the vast …
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Verplank, Pavin fall to Bubba at TPC
All but one of the young’ns fell off, drives sailing out of bounds or into the drink, putts drifting away. The ones to challenge Travelers Championship winner Bubba Watson, in the end, were a couple of guys who had been here before. Scott Verplank and Corey Pavin, average age 48, with 27 combined trips to TPC River Highlands, joined Watson in a three-way playoff Sunday.
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Oklahoma 4th in Heartland Classic
It was a rough final day for Team Oklahoma in the Heartland Classic. The Sooner Staters found themselves up against rival Texas for the second straight game. And after Friday night’s walk-off homer gave the Oklahomans a victory, the visitors from the Lone Star State were out for revenge.
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