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Latest Justin Rose Items
A young woman working at the Celtic Manor this week did a double take when she saw Corey Pavin getting into a golf cart. She didn't realize he was the U.S. captain. What got her attention was what he was holding.
Too bad Ryder Cup eligibility is based on passports instead of property taxes. There still might be hope for Paul Casey, who has been living in Arizona for most of his adult life.
Edoardo Molinari of Italy came up a big winner twice on Sunday _ first winning the Johnnie Walker Championship, then becoming one of three captain's picks for Europe's Ryder Cup team.
Martin Laird suspected that four straight birdies early in the round and no bogeys had put him in the lead Saturday at The Barclays. When he finally glanced at a leaderboard, it gave him quite a jolt.
Go ahead, pile the hopes of all of England on Paul Casey's shoulders. The rest of the United Kingdom, too. He doesn't mind.
The locals are famous for saying that if it's "nae rain and nae wind then it's nae golf."
Golf gurus Tiger Woods and Justin Rose have changed since they last played together in 2002. The British Open begins Thursday, and both are in the running.
A closer look at the favorites in this week's 89th PGA Championship, which begins today on 7,131-yard, par-70 Southern Hills. Official odds were provided by William Hill of London: