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Tiger rues missed opportunity

CARNOUSTIE, United Kingdom (AFP) – Tiger Woods may have had to watch playing partner Francesco Molinari lift The Claret Jug after winning the British Open but all his rivals will have taken note of the American’s return to form. The 42-year-old American legend – beset by personal problems and back issues for most of the […]

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Nerves of steel: Molinari beats Spieth, Tiger to win maiden major title at British Open

CARNOUSTIE, United Kingdom (AFP) – Italy’s Francesco Molinari emerged from the pack in a thrilling finale at Carnoustie to win the British Open on Sunday, seeing off the challenges of reigning champion Jordan Spieth and a revived Tiger Woods to win the first major of his career. At the age of 35, he becomes the […]

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Superal out to redeem self

Princess Superal has taken her botched comeback bid at Manila Southwoods in stride and will instead use the set­back as motivation when she sets out for the ICTSI Champion Tour at Tagaytay Midlands be­ginning Wednesday.

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Spieth in 3-way tie for Open lead

Jordan Spieth is dream­ing of retaining the Claret Jug after a standout third round at the Brit­ish Open on Saturday left him in a share of the overall lead with fellow Americans Xander Schauffele and Kevin Kisner.

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Superal eager to foil Thai’s sweep bid

Princess Superal hopes to ruin the sweep bid of Thai Ploychompoo Wirairungreung when the ICTSI Champion Tour unfolds on Wednesday at Tagaytay Midlands. Superal, who settled for joint second, hopes to play much better this time and end Wirairungreung’s scintillating run in the event. With the weather expected to improve in the coming week, the […]

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Tiger 5 shots behind leader

CARNOUSTIE, United Kingdom (AFP) – Kevin Kisner of the United States leads the way after the first round of the British Open on Thursday, but Rory McIlroy is one of the big names who got their bid for the Claret Jug off to an encouraging start at Carnoustie. Kisner went out in one of the […]

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