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Adam Scott ends his season missing the halfway cut

Adam Scott His Season Has Been Spoilt By ‘Fiddling’ – Fiddling With Equipment & Caddies.

Adam Scott admitted there has been ‘a lot of fiddling’ after seeing his PGA Tour season end on a disappointing low in missing the cut in the Barclays Championship in New Jersey. Scott posted poor scores of 71 and 73 to miss the Plainfield County Club cut by two strokes. And despite PGA Tour earnings this year of $US 1.382m it is Scott’s poorest FedEx Cup finish since he was placed 110th on the 2009 money list and the year the Cup was first contested. Scott contested his mandatory 15 events ...
Henrik Stenson looking to kick start his Rydr Cup selection campagain similar to that two years ago (Photo - www.pgatour.com)

Henrik Stenson Looks For Ryder Cup Selection Start Similar To Two Years Ago.

Sweden’s Henrik Stenson is out to kick-start his 2016 European Ryder Cup selection campaign in a similar manner as he achieved two years ago. The star Callaway golfer posted a Barclays Championship second round 66 to shared second place and just a stroke from the lead with two rounds to play on the Donald Ross designed course in Edison, New Jersey. And it is not lost on Stenson that next week marks the start of the 2016 Ryder Cup qualifying process and with the now 39-year old looking for a repeat ...
Padraig Harrington signs autographs on the way to the scorer's hut.

Padraig Harrington Facing Anxious FedEx Cup Weekend Wait.

Padraig Harrington faces a long weekend wait to know to learn if he will join Rory McIlroy in next week’s Deutsche Bank Championship in Boston. Harrington easily missed the cut in the Barclays Championship with scores of 73 and a bogey-littered second round 75 for an eight over par tally on the Plainfield Country Club course in Edison, New Jersey. However in holing a four-foot putt for par at the last hole Harrington walked from the course lying 100th on the projected FedEx Cup standings, and the ...
Spieth picks up his ball and thereby incurs not one penalty but two strokes.

Jordan Spieth Clumsily Falls Foul Of Rules Of Golf 18-2(a) At Barclays.

Jordan Spieth confessed on the first day of the Barclays Championship he was not a fan of the Plainfield Country Club golf course and that view only deepened on day two. The reigning World No. 1 still has the chance of winning the FedEx Cup but in his bigger career picture Spieth learnt a rules lesson he will long remember. Spieth’s second shot at the par five 12th landed inside a grass covered lateral water hazard some 45-yards short of the flagstick. However in proceeding to look for his ...
Jordan Spieth reigns the golf world for all of 12 days and falling back to No 2 after missing the Barclays C'ship halfway cut.  (Photo - www.pgatour.com)

Jordan Spieth Reigns The Golf World For Just 12 Days.

Jordan Spieth’s reign as World No. 1 lasted less than two weeks with this year’s double Major Champion easily missing the cut in the Barclays Championship in New Jersey. Spieth  never recovered from a first round 74 in posting a second day two over par 72 and miss the cut in the $US 8.25m event by three strokes with a shock six over tally. “Plenty of people had made me aware of that and it is what it is,” said Spieth. “Hopefully, I can regain it next week as we are playing in the ...
Jason Day posts a round of 68 and then reveals he undertook an MRI  a day earlier on  his injured back.

Very Timely Back M R I For Jason Day .. ‘Structually Everything Has Improved’.

Australia’s newest Major Champion surprised many when he revealed he arranged for an MRI after ‘tweaking’ his back earlier this week while bending down to remove a box from under his motor home The injury forced Day out of Wednesday’s Barclays Championship Pro-Am and also meant cancelling a first formal press conference since his PGA Championship victory. Day’s management team arranged for the 27-year old to visit the nearby St. Peter’s Hospital in New Bruswick ...
A new putter and a new belief helps Russell Knox to a four under par 66.

New Outlook & New Putter Lands Russell Knox Great Barclays Start.

A new putter and new outlook landed Russell Knox well into contention and just a shot from the lead on day one of the Barclays Championship. Knox also drew well on the ‘Scottish connection’ given the Plainfield course was designed by Dornoch-born Donald Ross in shooting a four under par 66. It put Knox into a five-way share of fifth place but only a shot back from the leading foursome that includes double Masters winning Bubba Watson. Knox said:  “I have very hard on myself the past two weeks ...