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British Open Officially Canceled

Golf’s oldest major tournament will not have a 2020 rendition. The 149th British Open was canceled Monday by the R&A, the organization that conducts the competition, due to the coronavirus pandemic. It was scheduled to begin July 16. Spectators will have to wait until July 15, 2021, the official rescheduled date, …

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Matsuyama Led First Round of Players Before Cancellation

Before coronavirus concerns dominated the headlines of the sporting world, Hideki Matsuyama played a fantastic round of golf at TPC Sawgrass on Thursday. The PGA Tour announced the cancellation of THE PLAYERS Championship late Thursday night. However, that didn’t stop golfers from getting in a first round of play. After …

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Golf’s Best Prepare for The Open’s New Ireland Setting

The Claret Jug returns to Ireland. For the first time since 1951, The Open Championship will be played in Ireland, specifically the Royal Portrush Golf Club. The Return The citizens of Northern Ireland aren’t the only ones ecstatic for The Open’s return. The players are as well. They’re excited to …

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PGA Championship Recap: Brooks Koepka Wins Second Consecutive Major

The 101st PGA Championship took place May 16-19, and Florida State alum Brooks Koepka came out on top and was named as the 2019 PGA champion. Koepka takes home his fourth major title and second consecutive PGA Championship. He battled his way on Sunday, only up two strokes on Dustin …

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PGA Championship: Possible Contenders

It is time again for the PGA Championships, only this time, it’s in May. This will be the first time that the PGA Championships have not been played in August in over 70 years. This will be the 101st playing of the championship and will feature 136 tour pros and 20 …

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Tiger Woods to make anticipated 2019 debut at Torrey Pines

After returning to the PGA Tour in 2018, Tiger Woods took the golf world by storm once again after an impressive year back. After numerous back surgeries, Woods’ game was able to return to a competitive level and looked as healthy as he’s been in years in 2018. Woods’ year …

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WGC-Bridgestone Invitational Roundup

The WGC-Bridgestone Invitational in Akron, Ohio, finished up Sunday. Let’s look at a few storylines from the event. Justin Thomas Takes it Home After Justin Thomas missed the cut at the Open Championship two weeks ago, he bounced back in a big way at the WGC. He shot a 1-under …

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The Open Has Begun In England

Round 1 of The Open Championship at Royal Birkdale in Southport, England, teed off at 1:35 a.m. ET on Thursday morning in the United States. The top golfers in the world will be tested as they pursue the championship and one of the top questions remains is whether there will be a …

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United States Ends Eight Year Drought—Wins Ryder Cup

This win was for The King. A week after Arnold Palmer’s passing, the United States Ryder Cup team used what he meant to the game as added motivation. Phil Mickelson shined as a leader, a veteran, and a mentor but also understood the important element that Palmer played this past weekend. Chants of …

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