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Tagged with "2020"

Sep 27th, 2021 Article

2020 Ryder Cup: The Post-Mortem

It was always going to be a struggle for Europe given the strength of the American team but might things have been a little different? We look at five key areas where it went wrong for Padraig Harrington and the European Ryder Cup set-up.

Sep 27th, 2021 Article

2020 Ryder Cup: USA thrash Europe in Wisconsin

The result was pretty much inevitable ahead of Rory McIlroy hitting the first shot of the Sunday singles. America had looked too strong for a misfiring Europe and it was a case of damage limitation.

Sep 26th, 2021 Article

2020 Ryder Cup: Team USA ready to celebrate

Barring something quite extraordinary, it looks like the Ryder Cup will be staying in the USA after the 2020 Ryder Cup. It is difficult to see anything stopping Team USA from getting the 3½ out of the 12 points on offer in Sunday's singles to regain the cup.

Sep 25th, 2021 Article

2020 Ryder Cup: USA dominate day 1

Team USA opened with their most significant lead after day one of a Ryder Cup against Europe by winning both of Friday's sessions 3-1 at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin. The last time a team earned 3 or more points in each of the first two sessions was in 2004, when Team Europe went 3½-½, 3-1 at Oakland Hills on its way to a 18½ -9½ victory on foreign soil.

Sep 24th, 2021 Article

Brandel Chamblee fires up Team Europe

Maybe it was deliberate, or perhaps he will regret his words, but Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee really laid into Ian Poulter. According to Chamblee, Poulter is “the worst ball-striker” at the Ryder Cup “by a lot”.

Sep 23rd, 2021 Article

2020 Ryder Cup: Best bets

It seems odd calling it the 2020 Ryder Cup given that we are well into 2021 but these are strange times with Covid. The buzz is

Dec 21st, 2020 Article

Ko storms to Tour Championship win

On the eve of the final round of the U.S. Women’s Open, Jin Young Ko wasn’t even in the CME Group Tour Championship field. Following a blistering six-under 66 the number one player in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings captured a five-stroke victory and earned the title of Race to the CME Globe champion. With the victory comes a $1.1 million cheque, the largest single prize in women’s golf...

Dec 20th, 2020 Article

Golf survives the new tier 4

Following Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s address to the nation swathes of London and the south-east of England move into a new Tier 4 level from Sunday 20 December. Fortunately, golf courses in Tier 4 areas can remain open for play in the following formats:

Dec 20th, 2020 Article

Hall and Hull in contention at Tour Championship

In 2019, Sei Young Kim led the CME Group Tour Championship after 54 holes and went on to win her ninth career victory and the largest winner’s prize in women’s golf history. One year later, Kim is in the same position heading into the final day in Naples, Florida, as she leads by one stroke at thirteen-under after a third-round 67.

Dec 19th, 2020 Article

Ko takes lead in LPGA finale

taking the halfway lead for the first time since the 2018 Indy Women in Tech Championship, World number one Jin Young Ko leads the CME Group Tour Championship at nine-under-par after a second-round 67 at Tiburon Golf Club.

Dec 18th, 2020 Article

Lexi leads CME Group Tour Championship

After day one at the CME Group Tour Championship, Lexi Thompson made a statement early in her home state, shooting a 65 which included eight birdies to lead the 72-player field on seven-under at Tiburon Golf Club in Naples, Florida.

Dec 16th, 2020 Article

It's all ending in Tiers

It's just over a week since the latest lockdown ended in England and golfers flocked back to their beloved game. Now following the announcement of new Tier 3 areas, in particular, London some clubs are seeking to prevent members from playing.