Arnold Palmer´s Life in Golf Pictures

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Immortalised in countless golf pictures and posters worldwide, Arnold Palmer is less a legendary sportsman and more a true icon of our times. Once considered the undisputed global champion, Arnold Palmer earned his nickname – ‘The King’ – through years of hard work, dedication and truly remarkable success. Basic Bio Born

Can Tech Help You To Improve Your Golf Swing?

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The game of golf has certainly evolved since the 19th century when it rose into popularity. One of the biggest changes comes with technology: we now have advanced, high-tech clubs. We have modern golf balls with multi-core designs, and now we have various techs from GPS trackers to wearable devices

Sports Quiz – How Well Do You Know Your Sports?

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How well do you know your sports? Are you a novice or champion standard? Check out how you rank in our sports quiz. Test your knowledge with questions from different categories within the World in Sport. Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/worldinsport Follw on Twitter https://www.twitter.com/worldinsport

The new golf rules: What’s changing in 2019?

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Feature image credit: Valentin Valkov/Shutterstock On 1st January 2019, new golf rules will be implemented around the world. Last month golf’s two governing bodies, the R&A and USGA, unveiled new rules and there are some significant changes set to come into play, in an attempt to ‘modernise’ the game and speed

Who Should be the Ryder Cup Captain’s Picks?

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Europe: With 5 Ryder Cup rookies automatically qualifying for the European squad, Captain Darren Clarke will be looking for veterans to both guide the newcomers and perform in a familiar atmosphere. One Ryder Cup captain’s pick should be Englishman, Lee Westwood. A mind boggling 9-time Ryder Cupper, Westwood is coming off a

An Open Championship to Remember

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The 1977 Open Championship contested at Turnberry Golf Club is known as the ‘Duel in the Sun’ after the incredible performance by Jack Nicklaus and, the eventual winner, Tom Watson. This year’s Open Championship displayed a level of golf that has equaled, if not bettered, that of which took place

Should the Olympics be Considered Golf’s ‘Fifth Major’?

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Golf has returned to the Olympics for the first time since 1904, where Canadian, George Lyon, took home the gold medal. Golf’s long awaited return to the pinnacle of sports competitions has sparked a debate as to whether the Olympics should or will be considered golf’s ‘fifth major’. Due to recent

Action at 145th Open

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The 145th Open has burst into life with Phil Mickelson leading the pack after shooting only the second ever 63 round recorded in Royal Troon history. The American came devastatingly close to the all time course record but missed his birdie putt on the 18th by whiskers. Soren Kjeldsen, Zach Johnson and

Spieth Favourite For US Open Despite Masters Meltdown

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  Last years US Open champion Jordan Spieth has been installed as the favourite to defend his title as the tournament at the Oakmond Country Club draws ever closer. Having led the recent US Masters at Augusta by five strokes going into the back nine on the final day, Spieth inexplicably

Tiger Woods will miss the US Masters

Tiger Woods will miss the US Masters

Four times champion Tiger Woods will not play at next weeks US Masters which starts April 4th, Woods is not physical ready to compete because rehabilitation from back surgery has progressed enough to allow him to be ready in time. The former world No1 and 14-time major title winner hasn't played