Month: September 2018

“Oh, I’ll play in 2020, that’s a certainty. I’ll be on the team for Paris and for Whistling Straits. That WILL happen.” –Phil Mickelson, October of 2016 discussing his Ryder Cup future. “Realistically, this could be my last Ryder Cup.” –Mickelson, Sunday after Europe’s victory in the 2018 matches. It was almost fitting that Europe
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2:35 PM ET PARIS — Tiger Woods is not used to others celebrating at his expense, but there he was on the 17th green Sunday afternoon, helpless. Jon Rahm had knocked his approach shot stiff, a short birdie putt away from putting Woods out of his misery, another Ryder Cup match lost. One of golf’s
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2:00 PM ET PARIS, France – As his ball sank to the bottom of the lake, Phil Mickelson took his hat off and conceded the 16th hole and match to Francesco Molinari, then bedlam ensued at Le Golf National. From Tommy Fleetwood’s victory lap to Ian Poulter’s wardrobe change, Team Europe heartily celebrated its victory
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10:40 PM ET Associated Press PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — Ken Tanigawa made a 30-foot eagle putt on the par-5 18th at Poppy Hills on Saturday for a 5-under 66 and a two-stroke lead in the Pure Insurance Championship. Making his 18th PGA Tour Champions start after earning his tour card at Q-school, the 50-year-old Tanigawa
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5:53 PM ET Associated Press GARLAND, Texas — Tony Romo shot a 1-over 72 on Saturday at Garland Bridges Golf Club, failing in a bid to advance in the first stage Web.com Tour’s Qualifying Tournament. The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback tied for 72nd at 13-over 297 in the 76-player field, with the top 22 and
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The 300-yard drive, a distance that nearly would have won the first World Long Drive Championship a generation ago, is now commonplace in professional golf. In fact, there are 70 players on the PGA Tour averaging at least 300 yards off the tee this year, five times as many as there were five years ago.
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10:12 PM ET Associated Press PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — Hale Irwin shot a 5-under 67 at Pebble Beach on Friday in the Pure Insurance Championship, leaving the 73-year-old Hall of Famer a stroke behind leader David Frost in the PGA Tour Champions event. Irwin played his final nine holes in 6-under 26. He birdied the
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8:36 PM ET Associated Press GARLAND, Texas — Tony Romo played 27 holes in 1 over Friday in the first stage of the Web.com Tour’s Qualifying Tournament, leaving him 73rd in the 76-player field. The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback played 27 holes in 11 over Thursday in the rain-delayed event at Garland Bridges. The top
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2:38 PM ET ESPN staff PARIS — The pressure is on Team USA now. The Americans entered this Ryder Cup as the favorites. And now, after Europe’s stunning turnaround in the afternoon foursomes session on Friday, the U.S. comes into Day 2 reeling and facing a two-point deficit. ESPN Senior Writer U.S. Captain Jim Furyk
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SAINT-QUENTIN-EN-YVELINES, France — Some questions might never be answered: Was Brett Kavanaugh really at the 1982 Kemper Open as his calendars contend? Is Vladimir Putin jealous of Donald Trump’s budding friendship with Kim Jong Un? Will the U.S. Ryder Cup team ever figure out foursomes? After jumping out to a 3-1 lead in the opening
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