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The Continued Mellowing Of Tiger Woods … Jon Rahm Adds His Chapter.

.… Albany, The Bahamas  It is an old expression, and it was an expression I recall double English-born World 500cc motor-bike champion Barry Sheene once used and that is ‘the people you pass on the way up, you ​​pass on the way back down’. It’s an expression one c​​ould use in all walks of life and Sheene drew on the phrase in describing a rival, who clearly was intent of caring little about those around him and focussed solely on riding his way to a championship title. Of course, ...

Ewen Ferguson – His Rewards For A Third DP World Tour Triumph

    Ewen Ferguson’s – With his victory in the 2024 BMW International Open FULL FACTS & FIGURES … @EwboF @modestgolf @whisky1901 @PUMAGolf after #BMWInternationalOpen in his 101st @DPWorldTour start Tour No. 148 for -born golfers Ewen to 16th Race to Dubai Read: https://t.co/lvIi9P4tgt ✅ @TOURMISS @Record_Sport pic.twitter.com/FWBJyve9op — Golf & Science News (@TOURMISS) July 7, 2024 • Secures a third DP World Tour victory in his 101st appearance. • Is ...

Ferguson Brilliantly Books Royal Troon Tee Time With BMW International Open Triumph

A highly-emotional Ewen Ferguson brilliantly booked an Open Championship tee time with victory in the BMW International Open in Munich. Scottish-born Ferguson, who turned 28 on Saturday, was unchallenged over the final round posting a closing 68 to win by two shots at 18-under-par and collect a third DP World Tour success. Victory in the Bavarian capital superbly secured his place in next week’s 152nd Open Championship field, and joining top-ranked Robert MacIntyre, Jack MacDonald and amateur Calum ...

Ferguson Brushes Aside On-Going Health Issues Taking Straight To BMW International Overtaking Lane

Scot Ewen Ferguson brushed on-going health issues to take straight to the overtaking lane to be just one shot from the front heading to the second round of the BMW International Open in Munich. Ferguson, 27, grabbed seven birdies in a five-under 67 amid bright but very breezy conditions on the host Munich Club Eichenried course in the Bavaian capital. It handed the now Dubai-based Scot a fourway share of second and just a shot adrift of Aussie David Micheluzzy who birdied his closing two holes in ...

Marcel Siem: Golf’s Comeback King Captures A Fourth National Title With Italian Open Triumph

Affable German golfer Marcel Siem confirmed his status as the DP World Tour’s comeback king with a stunning play-off victory over Ireland’s Tom McKibbin that handed him a sixth Tour title at the Italian Open presented by Regione Emilia-Romagna Siem, 43, was playing just his fourth event back after hip surgery in February and admitted after round three that he felt like an 80-year-old teeing it up at last month’s Soudal Open. Siem, and having won a first Tour event more than ...

Reed Accepts Italian Open Invitation In Also Seeking Royal Troon Tee Time

Masters champ Patrick Reed is a surprise addition teeing-up in this weeks 81st edition of newly titled Italian Open presented by Regione Emilia-Romagna and being staged on the Adriatic Golf Club Cervia course in Milano Marittima at Ravenna. Reed, 33, has not contested a DP World Tour event since early last year when losing out to Rory McIlroy at the Hero Dubai Desert Classic. However, the American who brilliantly captured the 2018 Masters will not only be looking for a fourth DP World Tour win and ...

Pavon Wins DeChambeau’s Approval

Matthieu Pavon may not have captured a first major championship but he won new champion Bryson DeChambeau’s approval. That’s what is being reported by our friends at the Golf Channel in what DeChambeau told Pavon in scoring on Sunday evening at Pinehurst No. 2, just moments after DeChambeau had rolled in a par putt from 3 feet and change on the 18th green to win the U.S. Open – and Pavon had followed DeChambeau by cleaning up his 3-footer for par to secure a best-ever majors finish ...

DeChambeau – The Riches & Rewards Of A Second US Open Crown

2024 – US Open – Final-Round Leaderboard Pos. Player R1 R2 R3 R4 Total 1 Bryson DeChambeau 67 69 67 71 274 (-6) 2 Rory McIlroy 65 72 69 69 275 (-5) T3 Tony Finau 68 69 72 67 276 (-4) T3 Patrick Cantlay 65 71 70 70 276 (-4) 5 Matthieu Pavon 67 70 69 71 277 (-3) Bryson DeChambeau (Winner/-6) Earns second major championship title (2020 & 2024 U.S. Open) in his 31st start in a major at the age of 30 years, 9 months 89th player to win multiple men’s majors (first ...