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Rory McIlroy desperate for Australian Open success as he pursues career grand slam in Augusta

McIlroy, who finished second behind Henrik Stenson in the European Tour’s season-finale in Dubai on Sunday, has credited his win over Adam Scott 12 months ago as being the catalyst for this stunning campaign which as seen him lift two major titles on his way to reinstating himself as the game’s undisputed best. With Scott, […]

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History shows Martin Kaymer’s Players victory is no guarantee of continued success, plus the Van Cynical Mailbag

Here’s what you’re thinking: Man, the floodgates are going to open now. Martin Kaymer is back. He won a PGA Championship and held the No. 1 world ranking as a mere lad, made some swing changes and dropped out of sight, and now he wins the Players. This guy is going to run the table. […]

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Paul Casey’s sponsor exemption success, Rory McIlroy’s sliding ranking and Anthony Kim’s absence in the Van Cynical Mailbag

The short game: Paul Casey moved up to No. 1 on my sponsor’s exemption leaderboard. He’s made four cuts on five exemptions and won more than $ 332,000, passing Brooks Koepka. Max Homa got his seventh sponsor’s exemption in New Orleans, tying Koepka for the most exemptions received this year. Koepka made $ 73,440 in […]

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Haas with fifth success on U.S. tour

The American Bill Haas, who celebrated his fifth achievement on the U.S. tour due to a robust final round. The 31-year-old completed the tournament … Continue

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Can Tiger Woods’s Bay Hill success pave the way for US Masters victory?

1997Jan 12: Mercedes Championships, La Costa Aged 21, Woods injected sudden excitement into this rain-plagued tournament when he birdied the final four holes for a third-round 65. By that stage, the La Costa course in Carslbad, California was practically below water, forcing organisers to let Woods and Tom Lehman determine the title in sudden death. […]

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