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Sep 20th, 2015 Article

Jason is walking it

Truth be told, it has been a bit of a walk in the park for Jason Day today. No one has come anywhere near challenging, and as he walks onto the 17th, he has a five shot lead over Daniel Berger.

Sep 20th, 2015 Article

BMW Final Day Wrap

Jason Day had a nice stroll in the park today. No one came anywhere near challenging, and he won with a totally comfortable six shot victory over Daniel Berger. It was more about who would be going to the Tour Championship. Here's who.

Sep 20th, 2015 Article

USA Leave Europe ShellShocked

USA 14.5 Europe 13.5: Europe can't scrape the last half point they needed. USA complete astonishing comeback: 

Sep 20th, 2015 Article

Jason Walks It

Truth be told, it has been a bit of a walk in the park for Jason Day today. No one has come anywhere near challenging, and he walked it with a totally comfortable six shot victory over Daniel Berger. 

Sep 19th, 2015 Article

Who Moved The Dial?

The course played tougher today, with the wind coming from a different direction, and some harder pin placements. But the greens, helped by a firm breeze, were drying out after the torrential rain last night, and running true. Here's who moved.

Sep 19th, 2015 Article

BMW 2015 Final Day

Here are the final day pairings and tee times for the 2015 BMW Championship at Conway Farms, Illionois. 

Sep 19th, 2015 Article

Italian Open Day 2

While Nicky C didn’t manage to keep the lead going into round two of the italian Open, Scandanavians Jens Fahrbring and Lucas Bjerregaard zoom to the front at Monza. Fahbring shot a 64 with nine birdies, while his playing partner Bjerregaard put a 65 together, with five birdies and an opening eagle at the first. 

Sep 19th, 2015 Article

Italian Open Day 3

Our psychic ball must be working as Martin Kaymer raced to the top of the leaderboard at Monza at the Italian Open. His third round 65 took him into a share of the lead with Frenchman Romain Wattel and and overnight leader Jens Fahrbring.