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Ryder Cup Putting: It’s the Grain

Take a look at the shadows at Gleneagles in Scotland. The majority of the well-struck putts at the Ryder Cup that miss are missing because they’re breaking toward the sun. At 56 degrees north — more than halfway to the … Continue reading

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2018 Ryder Cup Goes to France

(SURREY, England) May 17, 2011 — France will host the Ryder Cup for the first time in 2018, Ryder Cup Europe announced.

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St. Andrews on Verge of Admitting Women

(EDINBURGH, Scotland) May 5, 2011 — St. Andrews Golf Club is close to admitting women members, the Guardian, a Scottish newspaper reported.

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India’s Army Owns 97 Golf Courses

(NEW DELHI) March 28, 2011 — The Indian Army is being criticized for management practices at the 97 golf courses it owns — which critics say is an illegal activity for the military and not authorized by law, the Financial … Continue reading

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Obama: Golf Junkie?

(WASHINGTON) March 5, 2011 — President Barack Obama played 60 rounds of golf since his election in 2008, more than George W. Bush played during his entire presidency, the Daily Mail of London reported. More.

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