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Evan Greer

Evan Greer
19-year-old Journalism and New Media student at the University of Limerick. Living in County Clare, an avid follower of all sports especially golf, football, GAA and darts. Twitter @EvanG1888

US Open: Martin Kaymer tames Pinehurst

The toughest test in golf, the US Open, took place this week at Pinehurst No.2 in North Carolina. England’s Justin Rose entered the week as the defending champion, but it was the performance of Martin Kaymer that stunned the golfing world. Before the tournament, everyone was hoping that Phil Mickelson could finally win the US Open at the scene of …

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This Week In Golf- BMW PGA & Crowne Plaza Invitational

This week the European Tour moved onto Wentworth in Surrey, England, for its flagship event, the BMW PGA Championship. Several of Europe’s Ryder Cup hopefuls were in action, and after an extremely dramatic final day, it was a Northern Irishman who pulled off an unlikely victory. Before play began on Thursday, Rory McIlroy was being written off as a potential …

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Neil Lennon’s Departure Displays The Weakness Of The SPFL

Neil Lennon leave his position as Celtic manager on Thursday after four years at the helm of the Scottish champions. In that time, Lennon steered the Glasgow club to three league titles, two Scottish cups, as well as qualifying for the last-sixteen of the Champions League in 2013, a campaign in which they defeated Barcelona 2-1 at Parkhead. Doubts over …

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This Week In Golf- The Players Championship & Madeira Open

This week, the PGA Tour moved onto the hallowed turf of TPC Sawgrass for the 41st edition of The Players Championship. At the beginning of the week, four players were in with a chance of becoming world number one in Tiger Woods’ absence, but it was a former world number one who battled his way to his first win in …

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This Week In Golf – TPC Louisiana & Volvo China Open

The PGA Tour stopped off in Louisiana for the Zurich Classic of New Orleans at TPC Louisiana, while the European Tour were in China for the Volvo China Open. Evan Greer brings us the latest from the fairways. In recent years, the Zurich Classic of New Orleans at TPC Lousiana¬†has become known for producing first time winners, with 9 of …

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Padraig Harrington- Where did it all go wrong?

In 2008, Padraig Harrington had the golfing world at his feet. He won the Open Championship for the second consecutive year at Royal Birkdale, and also outlasted Sergio Garcia to win the USPGA Championship at Oakland Hills. Harrington also played in his fifth consecutive Ryder Cup, although Europe were comprehensively beaten by the United States 16.5 to 11.5. He finished …

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The Masters 2014- Elementary for Bubba Watson

The Masters has drawn to a close for another year, and despite the likes of Adam Scott and Rory McIlroy being favoured at the start of the week, it was a former champion who would once again wear the Green Jacket when the dust settled at Augusta. American left-hander Bubba Watson managed to outlast the likes of Jordan Speith, Miguel …

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The Magic of the Masters

The Masters, the first major on the golfing calender gets underway on Thursday. Despite the absence of the world number one and four-time winner of the Green Jacket, Tiger Woods, the excitement leading up to the tournament has not deteriorated in the slightest. This is because of the magic moments that have been created by previous winners in the past. …

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Weekly PGA Tour Review- Shell Houston Open

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The Shell Houston Open at the Golf Club of Houston is the last stop on the PGA Tour before the Masters begins on Thursday. It is the last-chance saloon for players who have not yet sealed their tickets to Augusta to earn their place in the field for the season’s first Major. Evan Greer takes a look back at the …

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