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A ‘different’ Tiger reveals sports he now enjoys watching

  Tiger Woods promised that next month’s made-for-TV match with Phil Mickelson, Tom Brady and Peyton Manning will be an entertaining contest as the quartet try and raise funds for charities involved in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. With professional golf suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak, Woods gave a brief outline of what fans tuning […]

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Rory opposes playing in Ryder Cup minus spectators

LOS ANGELES (AFP) ‒ World No. 1 Rory McIlroy on Tuesday added his voice to the chorus of players opposed to the idea of playing this year’s Ryder Cup without spectators. With the global golf season in chaos due to the coronavirus pandemic, the game’s administrators are running through a range of possible scenarios as […]

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PGA says Ryder Cup without fans under consideration

PGA chief executive Seth Waugh has said his organization is studying the feasibility of staging this year’s Ryder Cup without fans in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Waugh told New York’s WFAN radio that while a Ryder Cup without spectators was “hard to imagine,” PGA officials were looking to see if the event could be […]

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Star-studded field in S. Korea women’s golf tilt

SEOUL (AFP) ‒ Professional women’s golf will resume in South Korea next month after a coronavirus hiatus, with a report Tuesday saying two of the world’s top 10 would seize the chance to return to competition. South Korea dominates the women’s game globally, with its best players gravitating towards the lucrative US-based LPGA tour, where […]

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Golf tour in US to resume in June, but without fans

The US PGA Tour on Thursday announced plans to resume in June, with the first four tournaments being closed to spectators due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The tour suspended its season after the first round of the Players Championship last month, previously targeting a return on May 21. The extended suspension means that the […]

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GAB also extends help to pro golfers, instructors

BY WAYLON GALVEZ       After boxing, mixed martial arts and Muay Thai, Games and Amusement Board (GAB) Chairman Baham Mitra is also praying and hoping they can also help the flight of golfers and teaching pros as they are also badly affected after the government implemented the Enhanced Committee Quarantine (ECQ) due to […]

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