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Wedding Bells For Rahm After A Nine Out Of Ten 2019 Season.

….. Albany, Bahamas  Jon Rahm will tie the wedding knot later this week when he marries long-time girlfriend and American-born, Kelley Cahill. Rahm, 25 ended what he ranked a 9 out of 10 season in finishing a gallant runner-up earlier today here at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas. The Spaniard looked all set to become the first repeat winner since host Tiger Woods won back-to-back in 2006 and 2007 at the former host venue of Sherwood Country Club, and with the wins being Woods third ...

Tiger Woods – ‘We’ve Got 23-Hours In A Tin Can’ On Heading Down Under For Presidents Cup

... Albany, Bahamas “We’ve got 23-hours in a tin can”. The words of USA Presidents Cup Captain, Tiger Woods ahead of boarding a charter flight from Nassau in the Bahamas early Saturday evening (Bahamas time) and arriving in Melbourne, Australia Monday morning (Australian east coast time). The flight will take up to around 25-hours as the jet will need to touch down in Mexico for a refuelling stop before the long haul south-west over the Pacific Ocean and carrying Woods and 10 other ...

Clarke’s Shoot 63 As Paddy Harrington ‘Carries’ His Father Day One PNC Father & Son Challenge

Darren Clarke and his son, Tyrone gelled well to produce a nine-under par 63 while Padraig Harrington admitted his 15-year old son, Paddy ‘carried’ their team on the opening day of the PNC Father and Son Challenge in Orlando. The Clarke’s were five-under through eight holes and then birdied their closing two holes to be sharing sixth place and five shots adrift of ‘Team Goosen’, the pair of double US Open winning Retief and his son, Leo. The Goosen’s were six-under ...

Stenson Reminds Tiger’s USA Team ‘Europe Rules’ In Winning Hero World Challenge With Rahm Runner-Up.

…… Albany, Bahamas  Sweden’s Henrik Stenson delivered Tiger Woods and his Presidents Cup team a reminder ‘Europe Still Rules the World’ in capturing the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas Stenson superbly eagled the 15th in a final round 66 to win by a shot at 18-under par on the Albany course outside of Nassau. And Spaniard and defending champ, Jon Rahm made it a European one-two finish muscling his way to a 66 for a 17-under total thanks to a birdie-eagle-birdie run from the ...

Paddy Harrington Returns To PNC Father-&-Son Wiser Thanks To Dad, Padraig

Two years on from their team debut and Paddy Harrington reckons he and his triple Major winning father can walk off with the spoils of victory in today’s commencing (US time Saturday) PNC Father and Son Challenge in Orlando. It is the 22nd staging of the event and first contested in 1995 that brings together Major Champions and their siblings. Heading this year’s field again is 18-time Major winning Jack Nicklaus who has returned to tee-up alongside his 17-year old grandson, GT, for ...

Jones Three Clear In Seeking Second Aussie Open Title In Four Years

… Sydney, Australia  Australian Matt Jones intends drawing on winning memories of four years ago in taking a three-shot lead into the final round of the Australian Open in Sydney. Jones, 39 posted a third round 68 that included five birdies and dropped only two shots to move to 13-under par on the Australian Club course where he has been a member since aged 15. American Cameron Tringale (69) is in second place on 10-under par and with sensational Japan amateur Takumi Kanaya (70), South African ...

Rahm Declares ‘I Love G-Mac’ In Confirming 2020 Irish Open Defence.

… Albany, Bahamas Double Dubai Duty Free Irish Open winner Jon Rahm declared ‘I Love G-Mac’ in confirming he will defend his title next May at Mt. Juliet Rahm began a now six-tournament European Tour victory career in capturing the 2017 Irish Open at Portstewart and earlier this year at Lahinch was handed the gleaming trophy for a second occasion. Confirmation the current World No. 3 will return to Ireland is great news on the back that present World No. 2 Rory McIlroy will be joining the ...