Amid all the brouhaha, much of golf is quietly going about its business – Herald Scotland


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Amid all the brouhaha, much of golf is quietly going about its business
Herald Scotland
A rapid resolution to the long-running palaver involving the amalgamation of the Scottish Golf Union and the Scottish Ladies Golf Association seems to rouse the senses more. Outsiders peering in and judging from afar tend to think that golf is a
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Billy Horschel breaks through in New Orleans with birdie on final hole

Billy Horschel sensed the time had come for him to win his first PGA Tour event. This could explain the composure he displayed in the face of two final-round weather delays and a 27-foot putt he had to make on the final hole to avert a playoff.

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PGA Tour Confidential: Billy Horschel wins Zurich Classic

Billy Horschel won the Zurich Classic for his first career PGA Tour title. Is he a future star in U.S. golf? Our panel debates this, Dufner's recent mini-slump, Fowler's career to this point, and Greg Norman's unflattering assessment of the Tour's drug-testing program.

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Tributes to Scot who died playing golf in Spain – Scotland on Sunday


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Tributes to Scot who died playing golf in Spain
Scotland on Sunday
Tributes have been paid to a Scottish holidaymaker who died on a golf course at a Spanish resort. Pensioner Thomas Ross, from the Highlands, is believed to have drowned in a lake as he tried to retrieve a golf ball. The 73-year-old slipped into the

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