English golfer was six shots short of the play-off
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Friday 10 April 2009
The glittering stars of world golf, resplendent in their designer apparel and comfortably ensconced in their private jets, have few problems in life.
Friday 10 April 2009
Ball the record breaker still going strong at 98 – and counting
Considering how relentlessly the Augusta National clings to its traditions, its handling of Errie Ball remains something of a mystery. Despite being the only man still alive of the 72 who played in the inaugural Masters, the green jackets have resisted inviting back the golfer born in Wales. They may be running out of time. Errie is 98.
Wednesday 11 March 2009
Luke Donald insists he is fit and ready to compete in tomorrow's WGC CA Championship at Doral, despite the injury that has hampered his start to the season. Donald, who missed the second half of last season following surgery on his left wrist in August, thought he had caused further damage when he felt weakness during his WGC Match Play quarter-final with Ernie Els 10 days ago in Arizona.
Monday 26 January 2009
Alvaro Quiros has promised to keep his feet firmly on the ground after yesterday's Qatar Masters victory propelled the talented Spaniard firmly on to the world stage.
Tuesday 01 April 2008
Over the years Colin Montgomerie has made the occasional statement that has send eyebrows sky-bound, but yesterday's claim that he would be teeing it up at next week's Masters if he were only Chinese was hard to refute.
Monday 18 July 2005
Wednesday 07 April 2004
There are no tour guides or marker posts but the instinctive urge of any first-time visitor to Augusta National, having marvelled in general at the scene laid out in front of the clubhouse, is to head for the 10th tee.
Thursday 06 March 2003
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Saturday 26 June 1999
Tuesday 15 June 1999
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