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Woods Blames Fatigue For Ryder Cup Flop

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Tiger Woods on Wednesday blamed his dismal Ryder Cup form on tiredness, citing a lack of physical preparation after a demanding comeback from injury. Woods lost all four of his Ryder Cup matches in Paris last month as the United States were crushed 17.5 to 10.5 by a rampant Europe. The 14-time major winner had forced his way back into …

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Harrington Blog: Golf Is Entering The Age Of Power

In association with  Tadhg Harrington returns to discuss the main talking points from the golfing world. This week he discusses the rise of power hitters, while also discussing how to improve our putting. An important event for golf took place last weekend in Orlando, Florida. The Titleist Performance Institute hosted their 7 th biennial World Golf Fitness Summit, and a …

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PGA Tour: Leishman Breezes To Victory In CIMB Classic

Australia’s Marc Leishman unleashed an early birdie barrage as he romped home by five shots to claim top place in the $7 million CIMB Classic on Sunday. At the par-72 TPC Kuala Lumpur, Leishman closed with a seven-under par 65 to finish the only PGA Tour event in southeast Asia at 26-under par 262 for his fourth win on the …

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Harrington Blog: Justin’s Rise, Ryder Cup Captaincy & Bunker Shots

In association with  Tadhg Harrington returns to discuss the main talking points in the golfing world. This week he discusses Justin Rose’s rise and how to improve bunker shots. _____ Rose’s Rise Justin Rose hosts the British Masters this week at Walton Heath, continuing a tradition of top British stars hosting the event at different venues over the past four years. …

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