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Tagged with "2021"

Aug 21st, 2021 Article

Hall shares halfway lead at Carnoustie

England’s Georgia Hall produced another solid day at the AIG Women’s Open, shooting a round of 69 to share the lead at the halfway stage. The 2018 Women’s Open champion backed up her first round of 68 with another round in the 60s to put her on seven-under-par for the tournament.

Aug 20th, 2021 Article

Stenson and Antcliff lead in Prague

Maverick Antcliff and Henrik Stenson share the first-round lead at the D+D REAL Czech Masters after carding five-under-par rounds of 67 at Albatross Golf Resort.

Aug 20th, 2021 Article

Nelly Korda shares lead at AIG Women's Open

Nelly Korda maintained her rich vein of form to share the lead after day one of the AIG Women’s Open at Carnoustie, as amateur Louise Duncan also shone. Korda, the Olympic gold medallist and Rolex Women’s Golf World Rankings number one, moved quickly to the top of the leaderboard after a superb opening round of five-under-par 67.

Aug 19th, 2021 Article

AIG Women’s Open welcomes juniors for masterclass

100 junior golfers from across Scotland, aged between 6-16, had a golf masterclass to remember as 2009 champion Catriona Matthew, 2018 champion Georgia Hall, Emily K. Pedersen and Annabel Dimmock passed on their wisdom to the next generation of players at the iconic Carnoustie Golf Links, the host of the AIG Women’s Open starting later this week.

Aug 18th, 2021 Article

Record prize fund for AIG Women’s Open

The AIG Women’s Open has set a new benchmark for prize money in women’s golf with the announcement that the prize fund for this year’s championship will increase by $1.3 million to $5.8 million with the winner earning $870,000.

Aug 18th, 2021 Article

AIG Women's Open Championship 2021: Betting tips

They have been playing golf at Carnoustie as far back as the 16th century and the classic links layout is sure to challenge golf's best players this week at the AIG Women's Open. The weather is looking variable and the Spiv has his views as to who offers the best value in the betting stakes.

Aug 17th, 2021 Article

Nelly Korda leads international field at AIG Women’s Open

Major champion, Olympic gold medallist and Rolex Women’s Golf World Rankings number one Nelly Korda heads an international field of more than 75 champions at the AIG Women’s Open, which gets underway at Carnoustie on Thursday 19 August.

Aug 17th, 2021 Article

You Little Beauty: Chart Hills

I last played Chart Hills not long after it opened back in the early 1990s. Memories are sketchy, but two things came to mind about the first course designed by Sir Nick Faldo in Europe: bunkers everywhere and secondly that it was tough, really tough.

Aug 17th, 2021 Article

No Dye, No Problem for adidas

adidas's new range takes a look at colour or more accurately the need for it. The innovative brand has taken the water and energy hungry dying process out of the manufacture of their No-Dye Collection. The no dye technology works with a material’s natural colour to cut out the water-thirsty part of the process – the pre-treatment phase of conventional dye techniques.

Aug 16th, 2021 Article

Kisner wins Wyndham Championship in extra time

It seemed that no one wanted to win the Wyndham Championship as one by one the contenders failed to reach the magic sixteen-under total that would have secured the victory. In the end, it came down to the PGA Tour's first six-way play-off and it was Kevin Kisner who held his nerve best to win at the second extra hole.

Aug 16th, 2021 Article

Hill victorious at Cazoo Classic

Calum Hill claimed his maiden European Tour title at the Cazoo Classic, producing a nerveless performance down the stretch in a roller-coaster final day and carding a five-under final round 67 to make it back-to-back Scottish winners on the Race to Dubai.

Aug 16th, 2021 Article

Ryann O’Toole wins Women's Scottish Open

In her 228th start on the LPGA Tour, Ryann O’Toole can finally call herself an LPGA Tour champion. The 11-year veteran took complete control of Dumbarnie Links and notched her first-career victory at 17-under par after a fourth-round bogey-free 64 at the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open.