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Does Koepka have a point about no respect?
ESPN The Magazine's list of 20 most-dominant athletes of 2018 includes only one golfer, and it's not the guy who won two majors this year.
Discovery's GOLFTV continues to expand its footprint in deal with European Tour
Discovery's GOLFTV continues to expand its footprint in the sport. The network, which recently signed Tiger Woods to an exclusive deal, announced on Thursday an agreement with the European Tour which will include 40 live tournaments in 2019 and the rights to future Ryder Cups. Discovery will be responsible for developing and optimizing key aspects of the European Tour digital operation, such as technology, monetization and advertising.
Presidents Cup shows golf yet to become truly global sport
Created by the U.S.-based PGA Tour, the Presidents Cup largely copied the Ryder Cup format. The 13th staging of the biennial event will be held at Royal Melbourne starting exactly a year on Wednesday and a glance at the respective world rankings of the likely players suggests that the Americans are poised to continue their dominance. "I fear for the immediate future of the Presidents Cup," New Zealander Frank Nobilo, who played on the first three International teams, told Reuters.
Want to work at Phoenix Open? Catering company hiring 400 to feed the masses
Phoenix welcomed 20 new places to eat open in November, including one of 2018's most anticipated new breweries and most anticipated new restaurants. M Culinary Concepts will hire hundreds of servers, bartenders, buffet attendants and prep cooks for the Waste Management Phoenix Open. The job fair is Dec. 15, the event is Jan. 29 - Feb. 3. As hospitality industry workers know, the busiest time of the year in Phoenix comes not around the holidays, but after. That's when large events take over the town, including the Barrett-Jackson car auction, Waste Management Phoenix Open and its Coors Light Birds Nest, followed by Cactus League spring training. Those looking for seasonal employment are in luck.
Golf: Catlin, Lee share early lead at Indonesian Masters
American John Catlin fired a six-under-par 66 to share a one-shot lead with qualifying school graduate Lee Sung-ho of South Korea in the opening round of the Indonesian Masters on Thursday. Unfazed by playing alongside seasoned professionals like Swede Henrik Stenson and India's Anirban Lahiri, Catlin showed the sparkling form that led him to three Asian Tour titles this season. The 28-year-old carded seven birdies and a bogey to set the pace in the morning session at the Royale Jakarta Golf Club.
Symetra Tour, Women's All Pro Tour team to further developmental path
The Symetra Tour and Women's All Pro Tour (WAPT) have joined forces to further the development of women professional golfers. The Symetra Tour is known as the ?Road to LPGA.? The agreement focuses on the WAPT serving in a similar capacity as a path to the Symetra Tour. ?There are so many deserving professional female golfers who are members of the Symetra Tour, but haven't had access to our tournaments because we don't host weekly qualifiers,? said Mike Nichols, the Chief Business Officer of the Symetra Tour. ?Additionally, those players who are on the alternate list waiting for their opportunity to play often lack consistent tournament competition to be ready when their time comes. Our hope
Golf legend Jack Nicklaus is as passionate as ever about tennis
Widely revered as the greatest golfer of all time after securing a record 18 Grand Slam titles, universally respected across the spectrum of sports, and a celebrity who values making a difference in the wider world above all else, Jack Nicklaus is pridefully navigating his late seventies and enjoying his productive life enormously. Just a few weekends ago, Nicklaus hosted the second annual ?Fore Love? charity tournament which combines golf and tennis pro-ams, raising no less than $1.1 million for the Nicklaus Children's Health Care Foundation and the Bryan Bros. Foundation. Among the tennis players who assembled in North Palm Beach and Jupiter, Fla. were Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan, Kevin Anderson, Andy Roddick, Sloane Stephens, Milos Raonic and Mardy Fish.
Scorecard scrutiny gives Matt Borchert 2nd chance, victory in PGA Tournament ...
Matt Borchert thought he had finished a shot behind Bob Sowards with a 69 Tuesday in Event No. 4 of the PGA Tournament Series. But Sowards told him they both had 68s. Borchert re-checked his scorecard and realized his mistake. The golfers were tied at 8-under 136 and headed for a playoffs. Borchert then drained a 20-foot birdie putt on the first extra hole to win at PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, Fla. It was the first PGA Tournament Series victory for Borchert, the PGA Professional at Isleworth Golf & Country Club near Orlando. ?It was too long of a day on the golf course,? Borchert told PGA.com when asked about the scoring issue. ?I was trying to figure out where I stood on 18. I thought we
PYA's ANNUAL GOLF OUTING IS ANOTHER SUCCESS
On Monday, October 8, 2018, Port Washington Youth Activities held the 21st annual Marty Rybecky Memorial Golf Outing, once again at the Village Club of Sands Point. For the 20th year in a row, the event was presented by Finn MacCool's restaurant through the gracious generosity of proprietor Connie O'Reilly. The Rybecky Memorial is so named for a longtime PYA volunteer coach, officer, director, and Hall-of-Famer who passed away some years ago. An avid golfer who introduced the game to his 4 sons, Marty's love for the game and the youth of Port Washington embodies the fun of the festive event that bears his name. 82 golfers and more than 90 sponsors led the way to PYA's largest fund-raising event
Brooks Koepka probably isn?t going to be happy about ESPN?s list of the year?...
That chip might grow even larger when Koepka sees ESPN The Magazine's list of 20 most-dominant athletes of 2018, which was released on Tuesday. Koepka, who won two of his sport's four major titles in 2018, plus the CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges this past fall, was noticeably omitted from the list: Before golf fans grab their torches and pitchforks though, the sport is represented on the list with the LPGA's Ariya Jutanugarn. And she didn't just sneak in on the list.
Moody goes wire-to-wire to win third Gate Senior Amateur
Winning never gets old, especially at a player's home course. ?But it gets to be more of a struggle at a certain age,? said Ken Moody. For the third chilly and windy round in a row on Wednesday, Moody grinded out an over-par score in the Gate Petroleum Senior Amateur. But they were all good enough for a wire-to-wire victory in the senior division at 7-over-par 221 at the Ponte Vedra Inn and Club. Moody has won three Gate Seniors and one Gate Invitational at the Ponte Vedra Club, where he has been a member for 20 years. He also has won 10 PVIC club championships. Moody shot his second 75 in a row at the Ocean Course with only one birdie, at the par-5 14th hole. But his only three bogeys came after
Have a Titleist Vokey wedge made just for you
Bob Vokey, Titleist?s master craftsman for wedges, has spent more than 20 years listening to tour players put forth their preferences, then get on the grinding wheel in the tour truck and produce what they wanted. Vokey, who got his first wedge in play on the PGA Tour in 1997, is now offering a tour grinding experience to everyday golfers through Titleist?s new HandGround program via vokey.com. Whether it be additional heel relief, a squared up leading edge, or one of Vokey?s tour grinds, consumers now have an avenue to choose from a variety of performance and profile adjustments, with a maximum of two adjustments.
Fiddler's Creek Course Named to Golfweek's Top 100 Best Residential Golf Cour...
For the 14th consecutive year, The Creek Course at Fiddler's Creek is ranked among Golfweek Magazine's Top 100 Best Residential Golf Courses in the country. For the 14th consecutive year, The Creek Course at Fiddler's Creek is ranked among Golfweek Magazine's Top 100 Best Residential Golf Courses in the country. The signature 18-hole, par-72 Creek Course, designed by acclaimed course designer Arthur Hills, is woven into the community's lush natural surroundings and features a series of strategic and challenging holes. The course offers seven tee placements to accommodate golf enthusiasts of all skill levels and includes 7,157 yards, broad fairways and elevated greens. Since beginning its rating
Schauffele happy to have 2 rookie seasons behind him
Xander Schauffele was No. 352 in the world and No. 135 in the FedEx Cup when he tied for fifth in the 2017 U.S. Open at Erin Hills, the start of a strong second half that led to two victories and PGA Tour rookie of the year honors. Schauffele finally knows what to expect. Winning in July (Greenbrier) and September (Tour Championship) as a rookie meant he felt like a rookie all over again to start this year.
Home player Oliver Bekker leads Alfred Dunhill in S. Africa
Oliver Bekker put together a run of four straight birdies to take a one-shot lead after the opening round of the Alfred Dunhill Championship on Thursday. Bekker made birdies on Nos. 11-14 ? he started his round on No. 10 ? for a 6-under 66 at Leopard Creek Country Club in his native South Africa to overtake clubhouse leader Dimitrios Papadatos, who led for much of the afternoon after his 67 took him to 5 under.