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    Golfstradamus: KLM Open

    Just because the PGA Tour and the FedExCup Playoffs are off this week, doesn’t mean there’s not meaningful golf out there to bet on. Of course, I’m talking about the European Tour. While the boys stateside are off enjoying a well-deserved break, the European Tour heads to Zandvoort, the Netherlands for the KLM Open — […] More

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    Presidents Cup News: Price, Haas Announce Captain’s Picks

    Presidents Cup captains Jay Haas and Nick Price finalized their rosters Tuesday for the upcoming event when they announced their two addition captain’s picks. For the American’s Jay Haas selected Phil Mickelson and his son, Bill Haas. Nick Price chose Australian standout Steven Bowditch and soon-to-be military bound Sang-Moon Bae. Bae’s selection, perhaps the most […] More

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    Sang-Moon Bae Still Uncertain for Presidents Cup|Bunker Shots

    Welcome to Bunker Shots — Bunker’s Paradise offering of the best of the best that might have missed from the world of golf, social media and pop culture Sang-Moon Bae Still Uncertain About Presidents Cup Availability Last week at The Barclays, it was pretty unthinkable that someone would catch Jason Day — but before the […] More

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    Rory McIlroy News: World No. 1 Out of Bridgestone, Maybe PGA

    At this time last summer, the coronation of Rory McIlroy had begun and the world’s No. 1 player was in the middle of an impressive streak of three wins in three starts — including the seasons final two majors. Now, it looks like he won’t get the chance to defend any of those titles. McIlroy, […] More

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    Bunker’s Mailbag: Forecasting the Future for McIlroy, Spieth

    Last week the PGA Tour cruised through Canada — and while Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy weren’t in the field at Glen Abbey, they were still certainly on your mind this past week. Now, with Tiger Woods teeing it up this week in our nations’ capital at his tournament, the Quicken Loans National,  spent plenty […] More

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    Open Championship News: Zach Johnson Collects Major No. 2

    In what amounted to an epic edition of the Open Championship, Zach Johnson outlasted some of the games best — including 2010 Open Champion Louis Oosthuizen and Marc Leishman — to win his second major title. The 2007 Masters champion finished the playoff at 1-under par, good enough to claim the claret jug at St. […] More