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Tiger's torment – now ours

Posted 16 hours ago
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M. James Ward reviews the continued ineffectual play of the 15-time major champion and why the prognosis is hardly promising.
Tiger Woods of the United States acknowledges the crowd following his round on the 18th green on day two of The 152nd Open championship at Royal Troon

Four holes to watch - 2024 US Senior Open

Posted 3 weeks ago
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M. James Ward outlines the key holes that will play a pivotal role in determining this year's winner at Newport.
The Clubhouse as seen at Newport Country Club in Newport, Rhode Island

Bryson's renaissance at Pinehurst

Posted 1 month ago
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M. James Ward outlines how the "new" DeChambeau is a fan favorite and how his stirring final par to edge out Rory McIlroy is just the beginning.
Bryson DeChambeau holds the US Open trophy in the bunker from which he made the winning par at the US Open at Pinehurst

Major McIlroy meltdown

Posted 1 month ago
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M. James Ward outlines how Rory's story just got more complicated and if the talented player can recover from the Pinehurst implosion.
Rory Mcilroy

Is Bryson bound? 2nd US Open in reach

Posted 1 month ago
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M. James Ward examines the remarkable turnaround from previous enigma to fan favorite now with a win at Pinehurst firmly in sight.
Bryson DeChambeau is leading heading into the final round of the US Open

Fear factor flourishing at Pinehurst No.2

Posted 1 month ago
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M. James Ward outlines how precision has returned to this year's US Open and how mental anguish will impact the contenders this weekend.
The fifth hole at Pinehurst No.2 - US Open 2024

Memo to Tiger – There is no tomorrow

Posted 1 month ago
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M. James Ward outlines the reality of what Woods faces and the tight rope he walks between being hopeful and hopeless.
Tiger Woods

Ludvig lurking

Posted 1 month ago
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M. James Ward assesses the emergence of golf's next generation and whether a Swede can win the grand prize this week at Pinehurst.
Ludvig Åberg finished the opening round of the US Open in third place.

Can "Paddy Ice" heat up at US Open?

Posted 1 month ago
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M. James Ward assesses the underachievement to date of Patrick Cantlay in the major championships.
Patrick Cantlay

Lasting lessons learned

Posted 1 month ago
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M. James Ward assesses how the USGA has adjusted from past fumbles into getting host sites prepared smartly for a US Open host role.
The 8th hole of Pinehurst Resort & C.C. (Course No. 2)

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Tiger Woods of the United States acknowledges the crowd following his round on the 18th green on day two of The 152nd Open championship at Royal Troon

Tiger's torment – now ours

M. James Ward reviews the continued ineffectual play of the 15-time major champion and why the prognosis is hardly promising.
Shane Lowry raises his cap after a birdie on the 18th

Shane Lowry ready for Troon challenges as he chases second Open title

The 2019 champion is seven under after two rounds at Royal Troon.
Tiger Woods watches his second shot on the fourth hole

Shane Lowry moves into lead as struggling Tiger Woods set to miss cut

Woods slumped to 11 over on day two at Royal Troon.

Daniel who?

M. James Ward outlines how the weather for the 1st round of The Open was not the only surprising matter of note.
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