‘No one in the field at Chambers Bay made more birdies than the Scot’s 18. Not Jordan Spieth. Not Dustin Johnson. Not Rory McIlroy,’ writes John Huggan who’s reporting on the recent U.S. Open and Scotsman Jimmy Gunn’s performance.
It seems that Colin Craig's Conservative Party - and Craig himself - are coming apart over his 'inappropriate' behaviour plus other internal party frictions.
Once upon a time corruption within sport was seldom heard of. Players and athletes went out onto sports fields and competed for the pure love of sport and the glory of representing their club or nation.
‘Ryan (Shane Ryan) rips into Augusta National, likening the operation to North Korea, and basically writes what a fair number of journalists have wanted to say, but for fear of being banned from covering the Masters again, no one — except Ryan — would dare put it into print.&rsq
“I think she will dominate women's golf more than Tiger dominated the men's game. I don't believe we've seen the best of Lydia yet.- John Lister
‘Compared to the two dozen or so players golf's pantheon, at this point it’s fair to say that McIlroy's exhibits a distaste for grinding.
“Golf is a complicated game, as any duffer can attest, but McIlroy made it look simple. Hit a 350-yard drive, pitch onto the green and make a bunch of putts. How easy is that?”
Scott Fowler is covering Rory McIlroy’s easy win at Quail Hollow
“The Californian played the closing six holes in the same number under par and became the first golfer in Players history to finish birdie, eagle, birdie, birdie…”
New Zealand has a shit OECD ranking for child well-being. We're ranked above Mexico and Turkey. That's it. Out of all the developed countries in the world, we're the most deeply affected by growing income inequality.
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