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Jun 21st, 2016 Article

Shane Lowry boosts Ryder Cup chances

Shane Lowry boosted his chances of automatic qualification for the European Ryder Cup team in September with his strong performance at the US Open.

Jun 16th, 2016 Article

Who would win if golf decided the Euros?

Ronnie the GolfPug has come up with a fool-proof matrix to figure out which team would win the 2016 European Football Championships based on country representation in the US Open at Oakmont.

Jun 5th, 2016 Article

Is it Sergio’s time for a Major?

As the second Major of the golf season looms with the US Open kicking off on June 13th, speculation on a potential winner has started. And this is why Sergio is fancied.

Jul 20th, 2019 Article

When Irish Eyes Are Smiling

Ireland’s Shane Lowry produced what he called "one of the most incredible days of my life" shooting an eight-under-par 63 that gives him a four-shot lead going into the final day of the Open at Royal Portrush!  Englishman Tommy Fleetwood is the closest rival on 12 under after a 66 with JB Holmes third on 10 under.  World number one Brooks Koepka and Justin Rose sit one further back but there are tough weather conditions forecast for the final day.

Apr 23rd, 2017 Article

Yesterday's Golf News Today #13

This content is not available on The Golf Channel. Or any other channel for that matter... When golf enters the Twilight Zone...

Mar 5th, 2019 Article

The 7 Best Golfers Not To Win The PGA

The great players won everything right? Well, not the USPGA they didn't. The USPGA proved elusive for many serial major winners. Here's the Top 7 players never to win the PGA.

Oct 25th, 2018 Article

The Top 10 Golfing Confessions Ever

Someone clever once said: ‘Golf is a game in which you yell ‘Fore’, score six and write down five’. Mind you, he could have been wrong, as these 10 confessors comprehensively prove otherwise.