Posts Tagged ‘pga tour’

September 28th, 2010-  By Bryan Cross The 2010 Ryder Cup begins on Friday at Celtic Manor, as the United States Team, captained by Corey Pavin, arrived in Wales at the beginning of this week. The U.S Team are the defending Ryder Cup champions following their win in 2008, the team’s first since 1999.  However, the […]

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August 7, 2010 – By Scott Retief Goosen will head into this weekend at the Bridgestone Invitational carrying a one stroke lead over Phil Mickelson and Justin Leonard. Even though a bogey on his final hole of the day might have been not a great way to end the second round, it did not overshadow […]

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July 17th, 2010-  By Bryan Cross Entering the third round of the 2010 British Open At St. Andrews, one main question was on the mind.  How would 36-hole leader and virtual unknown Louis Oosthuizen hold up to the pressure of trying to win a major championship? After the conclusion of the round on Saturday, and […]

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June 17th 2010-  By Bryan Cross As those who teed off in the morning half of the draw on Day One of the 2010 United States Open at Pebble Beach, the sunshine poured down and the majestic waves on the California coastline crashed on the land as the winds blew. While the tournament can not […]

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June 16th, 2010-  By Bryan Cross With the first round of the 2010 United States Open at Pebble Beach set to begin tomorrow, the world’s No.1-ranked player addressed the media on Tuesday discussing the state of his game and his thoughts on the week. Tiger Woods was not able to complete his practice round on […]

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June 9th, 2010-  By Bryan Cross Two of the great names in golf, Jack Nicklaus and Annika Sorenstam have both expressed their interest to become “global ambassadors” for the sport of golf and their Olympic process and would like to design the course for the 2016 games in which golf will debut. Nicklaus informed the […]

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June 4th, 2010-  By Bryan Cross Tiger Woods followed up an even par opening round with a 3-under round of 69 on Friday to make the cut and survive to the weekend at the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Country Club. Woods was far more consistent On Friday than Thursday, a few mistakes kept the round […]

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June 1st, 2010-  By Bryan Cross While golf is considered an individual sport, there are times when players compete against each other a a single unit against others from around the world for pride, history and the purity of competition. The Ryder Cup has a long and storied history as one of the most prestigious […]

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May 7th, 2010-  By Bryan Cross A far cry from his disastrous Friday at the Quail Hollow Championship a week ago that saw him miss the cut for only the sixth time as a professional, Tiger Woods rebounded with his lowest opening round score at The Players Championship Thursday. Despite putting his tee shot in […]

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May 6th, 2010-  By Bryan Cross Golf has long been known as a game of honor. That came to the forefront on the PGA Tour several weeks ago when Brian Davis called a penalty on himself in a playoff with Jim Furyk at the Verizon Heritage Classic. As a result, Davis lost the tournament, but […]

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