“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.
Yesterday, I took some time off work to watch the United Kingdom election results. When I saw the first exit poll, which confounded all previous polls, my heart sank. I realised (as few did) that the exit poll probably was closer to the actual result.
“Fowler, Poulter voted most overrated by anonymous peer vote,” writes Ray Ballengee who’s reporting on Coleman McDowell’s post which reveals that Bubba Watson comes in third as the most overrated player in the professional ranks.
Working as a medic in a warzone could be considered “pushing shit uphill” when your own government is actively trying to kill you, along with everyone else*.
“It was so small, and I didn’t give him a two-footer,” said Day. “He turned around and it wasn’t the first time, it was like two or three times I didn’t give him a short putt. He turned around and he was getting angry.
“Like America’s Pebble Beach, Turnberry is – or has been until now – enormously overrated as a golf course.” – This from Scotsman John Huggan who reports on a course which is the last on my bucket list of must-play golf courses in Scotland.
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