“Rest of the world ‘support’ Muirfield’s female ban,” reads the headline in The Scotsman.
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Come June 13 the U.S. Open returns to Oakmont where as reported in 1962 by Golf magazine, “New Kid in Town: Nicklaus Defeats Palmer to Win '62 Open at Oakmont.”
“While he never attained the major championship glory that has come to so many of the modern Irish players from Padraig Harrington, Graeme McDowell and Darren Clarke to Graeme McDowell, his achievements were every bit as great and he leaves a huge mark on the history of the Irish and
“Pete Madden at golf.com has the lowdown on some sensational courtroom drama in Vijay's lawsuit vs. the PGA Tour, including Vijay's push to expose player names.” That comes from Geoff Shackelford’s blog.
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“Gavin Caldwell, captain of The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews, said, "I am delighted to welcome Sir Bob Charles as an Honorary Member of the Club.”
“Nigel John Dermot "Sam" Neill (born 14 September 1947) is a New Zealand actor. He is perhaps best known for his starring role as palaeontologist Dr Alan Grant in Jurassic Park and Jurassic Park III.”
“It’s difficult to eliminate the reigning champion (Jordan Spieth)”, but he is 156th (out of 204 golfers) on shots from 150-175 yards, 97th on shots from 175-200 yards and 101st on shots from 200-225 yards.
“He (Danny Willett) wasn’t like a young Tiger Woods or Rory McIlroy or anything. He was good, but he wasn’t that good. I mostly remember his swagger – he was a nice lad but he was cocky and always on the line of being a bit too cocky…”
"I think I'm lucky that Jason (Lydia’s caddie) kind of talked me out of not going for the green in two," said Ko, facing a 3-wood shot over water from a downhill lie if she went for it.
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