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Thread: Golf thread

  1. #341

    Re: Golf thread

    Tiger Woods has admitted for the first time that his competitive golf career could be over due to his prolonged back trouble. The 18-time major winner has not played since the Dubai Desert Classic in February and has now conceded he may be unable to hit a ball in the heat of battle again.

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  3. #342

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    The three leading contenders in the Race to Dubai will tee off together as the European Tourís lucrative Rolex Series resumes at the Italian Open. Standings leader Tommy Fleetwood will play alongside Spaniards Sergio Garcia and Jon Rahm, second and third respectively, in the first round at Parco Reale di Monza today.

    Best of luck to Tommy.

  4. #343

    Re: Golf thread

    Justin Rose won the WGC Champions title in Shanghai as world number one Dustin Johnson capitulated on the final day.

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  6. #344

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    Justin Rose continued his good form as a final hole birdie saw him win the Turkish Airlines Open to make it back to back wins. Justin shot a magnificent birdie filled 65 on Sunday to hold off Nicolas Colsaerts of Belgium and South Africaís Dylan Frittelli on 18-under par.

    Justin now has a Rolex Series win to add to the 2013 US Open and two World Golf Championships, the latest of which came last week, having previously not recorded a victory since his Olympic gold in Rio last summer.

    Well done Justin.

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  8. #345

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    Sergio Garcia insists he is not out to spoil English celebrations as the European Tour reaches its climax in the Middle East this week.

    The Masters champion is the only golfer who can prevent the Tour's prestigious Race to Dubai crown falling into English hands as Tommy Fleetwood and Justin Rose duel for top spot in the order of merit.

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  10. #346

    Re: Golf thread

    Tommy Fleetwood beat fellow Englishman Justin Rose to the Race to Dubai title as Spain's Jon Rahm won the season finale Tour Championship.

    Well done Tommy on winning the Race to Dubai title. Commiserations to Justin.

    Congratulations to Jon Rahm on winning the end of season championship.

  11. #347

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    Tiger Woods plans on bidding for a fourth Claret Jug success at Carnoustie Links in 2018 after his comeback at The Hero World Challenge this week.

    "I played when Paddy (Padraig Harrington) won in Ď08 and I just love that golf course. Itís just so tough, but itís all there in front of you. There are no tricks, thereís nothing hidden. I won two of my Open Championships in Scotland and one other in England so letís try and add another one in there." said Woods

    Good luck to Justin Rose and Tommy Fleetwood - after 3 rounds lying 5 and 7 shots off the lead.

  12. #348

    Re: Golf thread

    Well done Tommy.

    He finished tied 3 with Spieth 6 shots behind the winner, Rickie Fowler, who set a course record.

    Justin Rose finished tied 5.

  13. #349

    Re: Golf thread

    Justin Rose played 30 holes on Sunday in the weather-delayed Indonesian Masters, closing for a final-round 10-under 62 and an eight-stroke victory at Royale Jakarta Golf Club.

    The Englishman was 10-under after 13 holes in the final round and looking like he could achieve a 59, but bogeyed the par-4 16th.

    Well done Justin.

  14. #350

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    Tommy Fleetwood holed six birdies on the back nine to beat fellow Englishman Ross Fisher by two shots and retain his Abu Dhabi Championship title.

    Fleetwood, 27, started the day two shots behind joint overnight leaders Fisher and Belgian Thomas Pieters.

    He hit eight birdies in a seven-under 65 to win on 22 under after Fisher was only able to par the last for a 69.

    Well done Tommy.

    Well done too to Ross Fisher, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Rory McIlroy and Chris Paisley, all finishing in the top 5.

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