Archives for: June 2006

Scott to win U.S. Open at Winged Foot

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With the Aussie Socceroos scoring their first ever goal in a World Cup and going-on to record their first ever win at a World Cup as well, I am going out on a limb and tip that Aussie golfer, Adam Scott will win his first U.S. Open. Good things always… more »

LPGA is awesome viewing

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How exciting are the ladies right now? The battle for supremacy in women's golf is so tightly bunched that from one tournament to the next one will find it difficult to pick the winner. No longer are we seeing the lop-sided domination of previous ye… more »

Phuket's Blue Canyon Country Club to host new tournament

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While I choose to live in Phuket, Thailand, this decision has left me with little option for viewing of live sporting events of international standard. I am restricted to second rate games of rugby, soccer and cricket and while these are a bit of fun… more »

Wie's just another golfer

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Breaking new ground in any walk of life is a difficult task and when achieved is something to be very proud of. Michelle Wie is attempting to do just that, break new ground. She can be proud of her efforts of attempting to compete at the highest leve… more »

Bubba Watson gets the thumbs up in my opinion

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I like the way Bubba Watson thinks. When I had the time to play regular golf with a bunch of mates back in Australia, there was no letting up on the tee as to which club to use. On holes which gave options of a dangerous long drive with water carry or… more »

With World Cup on tap, European Golfers at a huge disadvantage

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With the Soccer World Cup starting soon, and most European nations being soccer mad, I can imagine that some of the European players, especially the English, having their minds on their countries soccer teams. Time difference will also make a huge im… more »