Trailing home-course favorite Geoff Ogilvy by two shots entering the final round, Ian Poulter served immediate notice that he wouldn’t make things easy for the local lad. Poulter drove the green on the par-4 opening hole and made the eagle putt to forge a tie, then pulled away with a 67 to win the […]Continue Reading →
The U.S. beat the International squad convincingly in golf’s “other” biennial team matches, the 19-15 final score only partly indicative of America’s dominance. Paced by a resurgent Jim Furyk, the U.S. led from the opening […]Continue Reading →
Three out of four ain’t bad.
Then again, three solid rounds weren’t enough to earn Tiger Woods a victory at the Australian Open. Leading through two rounds, Woods stumbled to a 75 on Saturday, opening the door for Aussie Greg Chalmers to claim the title. Woods roared back into contention with a Sunday 67, but […]Continue Reading →
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