Tag Archives: Graeme McDowell

Mar
31
2014
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Ready for the Masters? Let the countdown begin with GAME GOLF’s live Twitter Q&A on Tuesday at 5pm EST (for an hour). The event will be co-hosted by PGA Tour players and participants of the Masters, Graeme McDowell, Lee Westwood and Jim Furyk, along with the company’s CEO John McGuire and several journalists, including yours truly. 

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Mar
28
2014
G-Mac speaks truth on Tiger

G-Mac speaks truth on Tiger

Following his pre-tourney press conference at the Arnold Palmer Invitational last week, Graeme McDowell held court and spoke about Tiger Woods with a scrum of reporters. And God forbid, McDowell told the truth, saying Woods had lost his former aura, according to a report on PGATour.com:

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Dec
2
2013
(L-R) Charlie Tingey, Senior Director, EurAsia Golf, PGM Chairman Tun Ahmad Sarji Abdul Hamid, Datuk Mohamed Razeek Md Hussain, Chief Operating Officer, Services and Properties, DRB-HICOM and Asian Tour Chairman, Kyi Hla Han (EuropeanTour)

(L-R) Charlie Tingey, Senior Director, EurAsia Golf, PGM Chairman Tun Ahmad Sarji Abdul Hamid, Datuk Mohamed Razeek Md Hussain, Chief Operating Officer, Services and Properties, DRB-HICOM and Asian Tour Chairman, Kyi Hla Han (EuropeanTour)

Asia will provide Europe with a warm-up match play event before the Europeans face the Americans later in the year for the historical biennial matches at the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles next October. This new exhibition, the EurAsia Cup, will be held at the Glenmarie Golf and Country Club in Malaysia from March 28-30, 2014, according to the EuropeanTour.com.

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Nov
17
2013
By Stephanie Wei under European PGA Tour
The Stense!!!

The Stense!!!

Henrik Stenson stuck his second shot on the par-5 18th to a foot for a straightforward kick-in eagle to shoot a 64 on Sunday, and also cap off a six-shot victory at the DP World Tour Championship, the fourth and final event in the European Tour’s equivalent of the FedExCup.

With his eighth European Tour title, the Swede became the first golfer to win the PGA Tour’s FedExCup and European Tour’s Race to Dubai in the same season. In other words, Stenson is filthy rich and essentially a walking ATM machine. 

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Nov
3
2013
Dustin grabs on and bring 'er home

Dustin grabs on and bring ‘er home

In a hard-fought battle between three world-class players, Dustin Johnson clinched the most significant victory of his career (so far) at the HSBC Champions at Sheshan International Golf Club. On the back nine the 29-year-old American played a key stretch of five holes at five-under, including a chip-in on the short par-4 16th. 

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Nov
2
2013
By Stephanie Wei under European PGA Tour
Kiss that ball!

Kiss the ball!

Despite rolling in 10 birdies and playing one of the best rounds of his life on Saturday in the third round of the HSBC Champions, Dustin Johnson walked off Sheshan International rather disappointed. He fired a six-under 66, but he wasn’t jumping for joy afterwards because of his poor finish and missed opportunity to open a five-shot lead heading into the final round after making a double-bogey on the reachable-in-two par-5 18th.  

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Sep
12
2013
Next week's finale of the PLAYOFFS

Next week’s finale of the PLAYOFFS

It’s almost that time again — you know, at the Tour Championship, when you see GC’s Steve Sands furiously scribbling on a whiteboard trying to explain the FedExCup points system and which players have a “mathematical” shot at winning the whole thing and the wheelbarrow of cash.

Heading into the third leg of the FEC Playoffs, the BMW Championship, there are some marquee players outside the top 30 — like Graeme McDowell, Rory McIlroy, Rickie Fowler, Bubba Watson, Ernie Els, Luke Donald and more — that need to play well to qualify for next week’s Tour Championship, which isn’t just a chance to win $10-plus million, but it also means an invitation to the Masters and automatic berths in the Opens and most of the World Golf Championships. 

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Jul
20
2013
By Stephanie Wei under British Open
Hideki

Hideki placed T10 at the U.S. Open last month

Hideki Matsuyama became the second player this year to receive a one-shot penalty for slow play at a major. During the third round of the Open Championship, Matsuyama, who was paired with Johnson Wagner, was put on the clock on the 15th because they were 15 minutes over the scheduled time and out of position with the group ahead.

Matsuyama took one minute, 12 seconds on his first putt on the same hole and the twosome was still four minutes out of position. 

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