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Asbury Park Press

Golf isn't a sport; it's a disease
Asbury Park Press
Subscribed, but don't have a login? Activate your digital access. Golf isn't a sport; it's a disease. CLOSE. Steve Frank worked on his short game and logged in long hours on the putting green as part of his addiction to golf. Eva Alvarez, Asbury Park ...

The Star Online

Travelers Championship: Paul Casey shoots 62 to open four-shot lead
BBC Sport
Like Casey, the Northern Irishman also eagled the 15th, but a bogey at the last - his third of the day - left him well adrift. Casey finished second on his first visit to TPC River Highlands in 2015, and has not been lower than 17th. He said: "I love ...
Casey holds four shot lead as McIlroy falls off the
Golf: Danny Lee Travelling well with 68 to be in touch with leadersNew Zealand Herald
Golf - Flawless Casey cards 62 to take four-shot lead at TravelersThe Star Online -Sport24
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Video: Loosening up with disc golf
How much do you know about the sport of disc golf? It's the perfect summer activity and we caught up with a professional from California-based Legacy Discs Friday afternoon at Melgaard Park to learn more. Get some tips to make your game a little better ...

The Sydney Morning Herald

BMW International: Chris Paisley and Aaron Rai in six-way tie for lead
BBC Sport
England's Chris Paisley and Aaron Rai are among six players tied for the lead after three rounds of the BMW International Open in Germany. Paisley recovered from a front nine of 38 to come home in 30 for a four-under 68 to finish the day on five under.
Hend co-leads European golf's BMW eventThe Sydney Morning Herald
Congested leaderboard in BMW International

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Kiwi golfer Lydia Ko steady in second round of NW Arkansas Championship
New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko remains in a tie for 15th, but has fallen further from the lead, going into the third and final round of the LPGA Tour's NW Arkansas Championship. After a first-up 66, the 21-year-old on Sunday (NZ time) shot a two-under 69 ...
NW Arkansas Championship: Minjee Lee & Nasa Hataoka share lead; Catriona Matthew falls awayBBC Sport

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BBC Sport

Walmart NW Arkansas Championship: Scotland's Catriona Matthew one off lead
BBC Sport
Five birdies and an eagle left Scotland's Catriona Matthew one shot behind leader Gaby Lopez at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship. Matthew, 48, is one of seven players tied for second on seven under par after the opening round at the Pinnacle ...

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Channel NewsAsia

Travelers Championship: Rory McIlroy three shots off lead, Paul Casey two
BBC Sport
Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy is three shots off the lead in the Travelers Championship in Connecticut. The 29-year-old, who missed the cut at last week's US Open, followed up his opening-round 64 with a one-under-par 69 to move to seven under.
'Comfortable' McIlroy three shots off the lead at Travelers
Golf - Squirrelly start for McIlroy prompts laughs at TravelersChannel NewsAsia
Golf: Danny Lee climbs the leaderboard at Travelers ChampionshipNew Zealand Herald
The Straits Times
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Brooks Koepka proves that golfers are athletes in his US Open win
He knew what an athlete looked like back then, and he sure knew what separated a real sport from an activity or hobby masquerading as one. "And I used to tease the guys in high school when they got a letterman's jacket for golf," Koepka said, "because ...
US Open: Brooks Koepka beats Tommy Fleetwood at Shinnecock HillsBBC Sport
Brooks Koepka becomes first back-to-back US Open champion since 1989ABC News

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Opinion: Why Auckland needs to accept the objective truth, and ban all golf
Some people say golf is an oppressively boring sport populated mainly by men who look like I will in 30 years time. But that's an emotional argument. I want to deal in facts. Golf is an arguably enjoyable sport that's currently taking up huge tracts of ...

The Straits Times

Brandon's a runaway winner
The Straits Times
National development squad player Brandon Han finished top of the Youth Golf League second leg at Laguna National's Masters course on Friday. The St Gabriel's Secondary School student shot a one-under 71 to finish well clear of St Patrick's School's ...

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