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  • Scott's putting woes laid bare at Presidents Cup

    By Peter Rutherford INCHEON, South Korea (Reuters) - After flip-flopping between broomstick and conventional putters this year, Adam Scott has opted to putt cross-handed with a shorter stick at this week's Presidents Cup, committing to the change three months before a ban on anchoring comes into…

  • Leishman squirms, Fowler drools over Korean food

    Presidents Cup players have enjoyed some traditional Korean cuisine this week, but Aussie Marc Leishman revealed some of the dishes hadn't been to everyone's taste. "That was an interesting experience actually," said Leishman intriguingly on Wednesday when asked about Tuesday's players' dinner.…

  • Donald Trump takes Scottish windfarm fight to UK's top court

    Billionaire U.S. Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump took his long battle against windfarms near his Scottish golf course to the UK Supreme Court on Thursday. The property mogul - who says plans for 11 offshore turbines will spoil the view from his greens - has lost a series of…

  • Golf-Woburn wizard Fitzpatrick conjures a magical 64

    (Adds quotes) By Tony Jimenez WOBURN, England, Oct 8 (Reuters) - Young gun Matthew Fitzpatrick fired six birdies and an eagle to sprint to the top of the leaderboard with a seven-under-par 64 in the first round of the $4.55 million British Masters on Thursday. The 21-year-old showed the sort of…

  • Phil Mickelson was 'emotional' when he learned of Pres Cup captain's pick

    Mickelson made an American team -- Presidents or Ryder Cup -- with a captain's pick for the first time in his career

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  • Breaking down the Day 1 matches at the Presidents Cup

    Captains Jay Haas and Nick Price set the matches for Day 1 of the Presidents Cup

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  • Alison Lee, Xi Yu Lin share lead in LPGA Malaysia

    KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Alison Lee shot a 6-under 65 on Thursday for a share of the first-round lead with China's Xi Yu Lin in the LPGA Malaysia, the 20-year-old American's first event since her emotional Solheim Cup debut.

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    Woman attacked by bees at Laguna Woods Golf Course plans to take legal action

    One of the women was stung more than 100 times while attempting to stop the swarm from attacking her friend at the Laguna Woods Golf Course Wednesday.

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  • How to Double Your Money Every 4 Years

    In a recent study, a group of University professors show how 539 individual investors were able to consistently double their money every 3.5 years.

  • International issue: How to make peanut butter and jelly

    The Presidents Cup is being held in Asia for the first time, and one critical component got lost in translation. How to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. On the first day, the Americans got their order of the PB&J - one sandwich was filled with peanut butter, another was filled with jelly.

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  • U.S. take early advantage at Presidents Cup

    By Peter Rutherford INCHEON, South Korea (Reuters) - Jack Nicklaus predicted superior putting would be the key at this year's Presidents Cup and so it proved on Thursday as the United States' prowess on the greens helped them to a 4-1 lead over the Internationals after the opening day's foursomes.…

  • Golf-Leaving on a jet plane? Not me, says Fritsch

    By Tony Jimenez WOBURN, England, Oct 8 (Reuters) - A top golfer who refuses to fly seems about as incongruous as a horse-hating jockey or a skier who dislikes snow but it is a situation that German professional Florian Fritsch is perfectly comfortable with. Fritsch's fear of jet travel forced him…

  • Americans jump out to another lead in Presidents Cup

    The Presidents Cup wasn't an hour old when Nick Price looked at the scoreboard and had that sinking feeling. Phil Mickelson and Zach Johnson capped off a performance that was as businesslike as their handshakes, and the Americans had a 4-1 lead after foursomes in which they never trailed in any…

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  • Presidents Cup looks like the Ryder Cup only on paper

    Comparing the Presidents Cup to the Ryder Cup is like listening to a conversation between a Scot and an American. The biggest difference with the Presidents Cup is an American team that is filled with smiles, not stress. Jordan Spieth has played in one of each in his short but already stellar…

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  • Poulter proves to be the host with the most...nerves

    By Tony Jimenez WOBURN, England (Reuters) - Tournament host Ian Poulter had to overcome a rare attack of the jitters before getting his campaign underway at the $4.55 million British Masters on Thursday. Asked to remember the last occasion he had felt that way on the first tee at a regular tour…

  • Price shakes up Presidents Cup pairings after 'first day blues'

    International team captain Nick Price has shuffled his pack hoping to get "something to click" after going 4-1 down to the US Thursday at the Presidents Cup. The American team dominated the first day's foursome play at the Jack Nicklaus Golf Club in Incheon, South Korea, as they look to extend…

  • What's at stake -- and not -- in this Presidents Cup

    International captain Nick Price has made a big deal of these matches, suggesting dire consequences if his team loses

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  • Golf-India's Lahiri rues poor Presidents start

    By Peter Rutherford INCHEON, South Korea, Oct 8 (Reuters) - Anirban Lahiri is savouring the 'extremely special' experience of being the first golfer from India to play at the Presidents Cup but admits he and playing partner Thongchai Jaidee did not do themselves justice on Thursday. The…