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  • How do you shoot a 65 during a professional golf round with a quadruple-bogey on your card? Just ask American John Hahn, who did just that on Sunday at the Open D'Italia. Hahn struggled on Friday and Saturday after opening with a 67 in Torino, but went out on Sunday and posted a 7-under 65, but it was nothing like what you'd expect from one of the low rounds of the day... read more...
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  • The PGA Championship had some fun with some of the biggest names in golf before the tournament began this week, asking them which NFL player they'd be if they played football. Keegan Bradley, Rory McIlroy, Rickie Fowler and others answered the question, with most going with some sort of quarterback (shoutout to Steve Stricker for being the outlier!), but some simply sa... read more...
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  • Rory McIlroy doesn't usually have to deal with this stuff. Normally when he wins a major he grabs the lead, runs away from his competitors and cruises to victory. Even last month at the British Open it never seemed like McIlroy would actually lose the lead he built the first three days, and despite "only" winning by two shots, it was a fairly relaxing walk up the 18th at Roya... read more...
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  • Ian Poulter may be a Ryder Cup mainstay and one of the world's finest golfers, but he's also prone to popping off on Twitter. Sometimes it's cute, but sometimes it doesn't go over well with anyone who's not a millionaire golfer ... which is an awful lot of people. Poulter, who's currently playing in the PGA Championship, decided to plan a little family vacation. He boo... read more...
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  • As much as we like to think the accomplishments of professional athletes are a product of their talent alone, the fact is, they are human and emotions often play a huge part in the outcome. Flashback to the 2008 season on the PGA Tour; Kenny Perry, at the spry young age of 48 made it a goal of his at the beginning of the season to earn enough points to qualify for the ... read more...
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  • The PGA Championship kicks off on Thursday morning, and with a full field (including the late addition of Tiger Woods), it should be a great week at Valhalla Golf Club as a ton of big names go for the final major of 2014. Who walks away with the Wanamaker Trophy? Our experts give you who they think will take home the hardware on Sunday evening. K... read more...
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  • This past weekend saw a lot of great story lines and we are here to give you the good and the bad of it. Here are our winners and losers from the past week in golf. Winners Rory McIlroy — What more can you say about this kid? His win on Sunday at Firestone was more than just a first WGC title for the 25-year-old, it was an announcement ... read more...
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  • Golf is pretty simple for Rory McIlroy right now. The kid has had his bad swings, more this week than his previous two, but he tends to brush those off and attack the holes following his bogeys. That happened during his second round at the PGA Championship, when McIlroy made an early bogey on his third hole, the par-4 12th, only to follow it up with birdies on Nos. 13 ... read more...
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  • Each week for the remainder of the golf season we will be rolling out a mailbag, with any and all questions invited from readers and fans around the world. Have a good question you want answered? Hit me up on Twitter at @shanebacon or em... read more...
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