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Topic - Jonas Blixt
Just which Open is this? The fairways are as much brown as they are green, mainly along the edges. They are running so fast that some players are hitting iron off the tee on par 4s that measure more than 500 yards. The sandy areas along the fairway appear to be dunes. It all makes this look more like a British Open.
Shane Lowry birdied his closing two holes for a 2-under 70 Friday to join Thomas Bjorn in the lead after the second round of the BMW PGA Championship.
Phil Mickelson, often referred to as a man of the people, might need the people to clear out before he gets his first look at Pinehurst No. 2.
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One of golf's most exciting players squeezed most of the drama out of the Masters on Sunday. That's just fine with Bubba Watson.
Bubba Watson didn’t need a miracle shot from the pines in sudden death to win his second Masters Tournament in three years. Just the only round in the 60s among the contenders on Sunday.
As the errant shots began to pile up, Jordan Spieth swung his club angrily and spewed out his frustration for everyone to hear.
Jonas Blixt wouldn’t mind if the first round of the next Masters Tournament was held Monday.
As the errant shots began to pile up, Jordan Spieth swung his club angrily and spewed out his frustration for everyone to hear. Finally, after three brilliant days, the kid showed his age
Miguel Angel Jimenez, Bernhard Langer and Fred Couples made the Masters one for the ages - the older ages for sure.
Jordan Spieth has lived up to his billing as the next big thing in golf all week long. Now the 20-year-old Texan has the opportunity to become the youngest Masters Tournament champion – and the first player in 35 years to win in his first start at Augusta National Golf Club.
A brief look at the third round of the Masters on Saturday (all times EDT):
"Over par wins," Blixt said, and he kept right on walking.
"Sometimes golf is tough. Nothing went my way, but I can't say I made a fool of myself. I played pretty well for 30 holes," said Blixt, who had two double bogeys on the first day.