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2019 NCAA DI Men’s Golf Championships: Schedule Monday, May 27 – Individual National Championship, 4-8 p.m. Tuesday, May 28 – Quarterfinals, Team Match Play, 11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.; Semifinals, Team Match Play, 4-8 p.m. Wednesday, May 29 – Finals, Team Match Play, 4-8 p.m. Defending Champions: Oklahoma State QualifyingRead More →

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WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play starts on Wednesday and here is Marcus “Mook” Washington’s Group Predictions. Group 1 Hideki Matsuyama Dustin Johnson Branden Grace Chez Reavie Group 2 Emiliano Grillo Eddie Pepperall Justin Rose Gary Woodland Group 3 Alex Noren Brooks Koepka Hao Tong Li Tom Lewis Group 4 Rory McIloryRead More →

UL International Crown

The UL International Crown debuted in 2014 with a format that was unfamiliar to most. But, as what happens with most new events, fans have gotten used to the format and the event is gaining traction. Don’t look for it to resemble the Solheim Cup or team competitions such asRead More →

US players Webb Simpson, left, Tiger Woods and Patrick Reed, right, attend the press conference of the losing team after Europe won the 2018 Ryder Cup golf tournament at Le Golf National in Saint Quentin-en-Yvelines, outside Paris, France, Sunday, Sept. 30, 2018. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)

Patrick Reed has never came off warm and fuzzy. He has always been known as a person who marches to the beat of his own drum. That’s all fine and good. Let Patrick be Patrick. Four years after Phil Mickelson threw Tom Watson under the bus, Patrick Reed assumed theRead More →

Tiger Woods

As Team Europe celebrated their 17.5-10.5 butt kicking, it left the Americans scrambling for answers. Just two years ago, the US Ryder Cup team routed the Europeans, 17-11. The Red, White and Blue reveled in it after being mocked about forming a Ryder Cup Task Force to fix what wasRead More →

Ryder Cup

The US Ryder Cup team got a big split in the afternoon Foursomes leaving them a chance to retain the Cup. They will need to win eight of the twelve singles tomorrow. Europe USA Advantage Rory McIlroy Match 17 Justin Thomas Team USA Paul Casey Match 18 Brooks Koepka Team USARead More →

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Team USA will need a big afternoon if they want to stay in the competition. Captain Furyk has decided to sit Phil Mickelson for the entire day. We will have to see how that plays out if things go bad in the afternoon. Europe USA Advantage Rose/Stenson Match 13 Johnson/KoepkaRead More →

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Team USA will be looking to respond to getting swept in the afternoon foursomes from the day before. Captain Furyk will send out the same eight he sent in the first session. When asked if Woods/Reed’s loss gave the Europeans momentum into the afternoon session, Furyk said “I didn’t look atRead More →

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Team USA got off to a fast start but Team Europe grabbed a wee bit of momentum in the late matches. Both teams have announced their pairings in the Friday Afternoon Foursomes. Europe USA Advantage Rose/Stenson Match 5 Johnson/Fowler Halve McIlroy/Poulter Match 6 Watson/Simpson Team Europe Garcia/Noren Match 7 Mickelson/DeChambeauRead More →