A Quick Round Of From Golf

Justin Thomas the PGA champion, on a wet TPC Boston course.


He made three long birdies there and finish with a tournament-best 63, which give him a share of lead with Marc Leishman going into the Labor Day finish in the Dell Technologies Championship (DTC) at Norton, Mass.

Leishman shot six-under 65, and Thomas is at 12-under 201 on a leader board, which has the names of some of the big players. Here, Paul Casey shot 67 and remain one shot behind; whereas Jordan Spieth is two shots back and for last two holes he birdied. Meanwhile, Dustin Johnson remained three shots behind and he also birdied four of his last five holes.

Stacy Lewis, who came from Houston her hometown ended a long time of winless after winning the Cambia Classic. This was the 12th LPGA Tour title of her, but after 2014, this was the first one she had. Lewis said, from her win amount, she will donate $195,000 to the relief efforts. The sponsor of Lewis, KMPG, also committed to donate the same amount to the cause. Read more “A Quick Round Of From Golf”

Rose’s Advice To Rahm And Other Young Players

Before the start of the Irish Open, once US Open champion Justin Rose, give out some sobering advice to young players Jon Rahm and other.


He suggests them that players should know how to control their excitement and anger. Sometime, it becomes important to keep the behavioral conduct in control.

Rahm, who is now just 22 years old, is one of the most exciting and talent golfers in the new generation golfers. He drew lots of criticism for his unsporting manners before missing the cut at Erin Hills in the US Open.

Rahm showed hot temperament in rural Wisconsin, where players like Hideki Matsuyama and Rickie Fowler were there.

This action of Rahm, who is from the United States sent many of his fans onto social media to register his hot-tempered before he made it to the US Open championship with scores of 76 and 73. He missed the cut by five strokes.

Ahead of Irish Open, Rahm said he apologized for his demeanor and he had apologized to both Fowler and Matsuyama. In the US Open Matsuyama finished runner-up. Read more “Rose’s Advice To Rahm And Other Young Players”

Luke Donald At Harbor Town

Luke Donald has been waiting a victory at Harbor Town for a long time and he was hopeful that it would take place this time.


However, Wesley Bryan spoiled his plans and he ended by in the second position at RBC Heritage. This has been a recurrent trend, being the fifth time that he has finished second in this tournament in a time span of nine years. Wesley Bryan on the other hand, was lucky to have gained his first title of the PGA Tour. This venue of the tournament was at Harbor Town Golf Links.

For those who have followed the news of the tournament, Donald was lagging behind Jason Dufner for about four shots in the final round. This time his efforts reaped greater rewards as he finished second, whereas he has finished in the third position in about two occasions. The final round saw Jason Dufner leading and Donald was about four shots behind him in the final round. Read more “Luke Donald At Harbor Town”

WOODS PREPARES FOR EPIC COMEBACK

Tiger Woods was out recently to show the world that he was still yet alive as he made preparations for an epic comeback to the game after a sixteen month time out due to a back injury which had threatened to bring an end to his career.


Woods, 40 years old, had insisted as the Hero World Challenge began in Bahamas last weekend that he is “ready to go”

The former No. 1 who is now down to world No. 896, due to his period out has not featured in any competitive action for a while now due to the surgery he went through.

The American superstar was quoted as saying,

“I’m not dead. I’m ready to go. I want to compete.’’

Woods, was forced to pull out of his planned return two months back at the Safeway Open after he admitted that his game was vulnerable.

Woods added,

“I have way more shots now, because I’ve played way more golf. I can hit all the shots now, on call.” Read more “WOODS PREPARES FOR EPIC COMEBACK”

Park Sung-Hyun From Korea

Park Sung-Hyun is ranked world number nine among rankings and has won the largest sum at the KLPFA tour that was held this season.


She has announced that she would be leaving the Korean circuit soon and venturing into the women’s tour in the US in the forthcoming season. Park departing from the domestic tour would be surely a blow to the local circuits. Her presence had boosted the popularity of the local tournaments as well as the prize money offered in total. This is a well known ploy which tournament organizers undertake when they wish to keep on board the top players of the game.

The 23 year old player has won more than 1.1 million in prize money. This has been her earnings from playing in her country alone. She has also finished among the top ten positions in five major global events of the game. She is known for her long hitting skills. Korea has produced such a talent after a long time. Experts feel that she needs to put in efforts to improve on her putting abilities. Read more “Park Sung-Hyun From Korea”

Matt, Looks Forward To Olympics

For those who train and aim for Olympic appearance, they definitely find it in their destiny if they finally make the eligibility list.


That is what the case seems to be for Matt Kuchar. He states that earning a berth in the Olympic Games this year at Rio seems to be in his fate. The American professional player has maintained a focused vision about Rio and any impending perils like the possibility of getting affected by Zika virus or the plummeting state of the economy or security level concerns cannot remove his focus from his goal in the Games. Kuchar states that his vision is to have the gold medal being slipped around his neck. He is hoping that golf would make a major comeback in the Olympic Games this year. Indeed, the game is being hosted at this venue and being included as part of the Games after an absence of 112 years.
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