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  • McIlroy to cut out 'bad stuff' after rollercoaster round

    By Nick Mulvenney SYDNEY (Reuters) - World number one Rory McIlroy said all he needed to do was cut the "bad stuff" out of his game for a really low score at the Australian Open after managing to par only five holes in a rollercoaster second round on Friday. The Northern Irishman hit an eagle, six…

  • Short-lived Sydney course record fires Scott into contention

    By Nick Mulvenney SYDNEY (Reuters) - Adam Scott soared back into contention with a five-under par 66 in the second round of the Australian Open on Friday, claiming a course record that lasted little more than half an hour. Down in the dumps after a three over-par start on Thursday, the Australian…

  • Golf-Sporting tragedy puts Scott's poor day into perspective

    By Nick Mulvenney SYDNEY, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Adam Scott had a day to forget at the Australian Open on Thursday but his disappointment was put into perspective when the news of the death of Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes reached him in the scorer's hut. Scott was still out on the course when…

  • Leader Chalmers bids for third Australian Open golf crown

    Two-time winner Greg Chalmers sunk seven birdies on the way to the outright lead in the Australian Open with Rory McIlroy and Adam Scott poised to swoop after Friday's second round in Sydney.

  • Golf-Thai Danthai makes booming start to professional golf

    Nov 27 (Reuters) - Thai teenager Danthai Boonma made a blistering start to the professional golf ranks by firing a bogey free six-under-par 66 in the opening round of the Asian Tour's King's Cup on Thursday. The 18-year-old's efforts at the Khon Kaen Golf Club in northeast Thailand were enough for…

  • Golf - Scott roars into contention with course record

    - Adam Scott bounced back with a course record five-under-par 66 to surge into contention midway through the second round of the Australian Open in Sydney.

  • Rio wins legal battle over Olympic golf course

    SAO PAULO (AP) -- A Rio de Janeiro judge on Wednesday denied a request from prosecutors to halt construction of the Olympic golf course because of environmental concerns, curtailing fears that the venue won't be ready in time for test events.

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  • Golf-Steady as she goes for jet-lagged McIlroy in Sydney

    By Nick Mulvenney SYDNEY, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Rory McIlroy admitted to feeling fatigued from jet-lag and an early alarm call on Thursday but the first round of his Australian Open title defence was by no means a damage limitation exercise. Starting his day with rain clouds casting an early morning…

  • Spieth upstages McIlroy, Scott at Australian Open

    By Nick Mulvenney SYDNEY (Reuters) - Rising American talent Jordan Spieth upstaged Rory McIlroy and Adam Scott with a four-under-par 67 to take a one-stroke lead after the first round of the Australian Open on Thursday. The 21-year-old Texan stormed to the top of the leaderboard with a birdie blitz…

  • Defending champ McIlroy shoots opening 2-under 69

    SYDNEY (AP) — Rory McIlroy's defense of his Australian Open title began with a 2-under 69 on a cool, overcast and often drizzly morning at The Australian Golf Club.

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  • REFILE-Golf-Chalmers leads with McIlroy lurking, Scott revived in Sydney

    (Fixes name in headline) By Nick Mulvenney SYDNEY, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Australian Greg Chalmers held a one-shot lead at the halfway stage of the Australian Open on Friday but defending champion Rory McIlroy was well-positioned for the weekend in a share of second place. Chalmers, twice a former…

  • Spieth trumps McIlroy, Scott to lead Australian Open golf

    US Masters runner-up Jordan Spieth upstaged tournament drawcards Rory McIlroy and Adam Scott to grab a one-shot lead after the opening round of the Australian Open in Sydney on Thursday. The 21-year-old American holed six birdies and two bogeys in a four-under 67 to lead Australians Aron Price and…

  • Rory, Adam have contrasting Australian Open starts

    SYDNEY (AP) — Rory McIlroy and Adam Scott weren't paired together for the first two rounds of the Australian Open because organizers wanted to split their marquee players among morning and afternoon groups for the spectators and television.

    Associated Press
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