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Without a card on any tour when Koepka got out of Florida State, he filled his passport with stamps from the most unlikely outposts in golf while playing the minor leagues on the European Tour - Kazakhstan and Kenya, Portugal and India and throughout Europe.
  • Ward demands pound-for-pound recognition after Kovalev stoppage

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    Kovalev said he was gassed because he over-trained. The people around him did. Good luck with that. Shaped by attitudes more readily associated with those Russian supremacists attached to the nation's football team, Kovalev has run into a wall of righteous anger over his clumsy publicity moves that look like downright racism to western cultural sensibilities.
  • Wind howling as final round at Erin Hills gets under way

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    Of the five other players who shot a 63 in the third round at a major, none went on to win. It's the first time that has happened since 1998-2000. It was close for a while, as Brian Harman kept catching Koepka for the co-lead most of the day.
  • US Open at a glance

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    Harman, who had begun the day in a four-way tie for the lead, carded a five-under-par 67 which included six birdies and one bogey. Fleetwood isn't a household name in the USA, but he's a rising star on the European Tour. "To have a chance tomorrow is just going to be great", said Thomas. "I'd love to have another one of those", said Thomas, who posted at 11-under 205.
  • Arnold Palmer's 1960 US Open win honored at Erin

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    A ideal tee-shot left him in the centre of the fairway and he then ripped his second some 300 yards to leave himself with an eight-foot putt to clinch the lowest to par score in the history of the US Open . "Good job", his wife, Kelly, said as she greeted her husband with a kiss. "Obviously, Brooks dealt with it amazingly". He had a pretty good final round, too, shooting a 3-under 69 to finish at 5 under for the tournament.
  • Thomas shoots 63, but Harman leads after Round 3

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    A slight sprinkle hit hole No. 18 as the second to last group of Tommy Fleetwood and Brooks Koepka made their way onto the green. Possibly the public wants what Rickie Fowler Saturday called more "offense". Someone could get out early and shoot a low score. So far, there have been 49 rounds in the 60s. "I don't think there's anything we can read into his game", he said.
  • Ronaldo seeks Real Madrid exit after tax accusations

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    Former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon believes that Cristiano Ronaldo would be willing to join Manchester United this summer if he were to leave the La Liga giants. With Ronaldo's future at the club uncertain, Real Madrid are now rethinking their decision on Morata and according to AS, they are considering putting negotiations with Manchester United on hold.
  • Justin Thomas shoots 63, trails Brian Harman by 1 at US Open

    Justin Thomas shoots 63, trails Brian Harman by 1 at US Open

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    I mean, at least on the USPGA Tour, the entire season is choc-a-bloc with venues that are set up to encourage scoring and birdies-great for players and spectators alike. But while Casey was relieved after his gutsy fightback, it was back at the drawing board for McIlroy and Day after their disappointing exits. The 34-year-old finished second in both the US Open and Open Championship in 2015, with his remarkable performance at Chambers Bay leaving him as the holder of two tournament ...
  • India win toss, elect to field

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    After losing the toss and being sent in to bat Pakistan started brightly and reached 128 runs before losing their first wicket. Zaman slammed maiden ODI century of his career to lay the foundation for a big total against arch-rivals. # Pakistan's 338/4 is the highest total posted by a team batting first at The Oval. "We've got two years until 2019 [World Cup] now, we've got the monkey off our back in terms of qualifying, we've got enough points now that we'll not have to go through the ...
  • Rickie Fowler leads US Open on day of highs and lows

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    Jason Day followed up a 79 in the first round with a 75 in round two, Rory McIlroy was always up against it after a 78 on Thursday and although he shot one under on Friday he was well short of the cut. Erin Hills must have felt like another planet, not the same state. With the top 60 and ties qualifying for the final rounds at Erin Hills , the cut appeared set to fall at one or two over par as the afternoon wave started their second rounds.
  • Tricky conditions as players begin third round of US Open

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    The course played much tougher than it did during Thursday's round. "But I'm confident that I am prepared for whatever happens", he added, "whether something bad happens or something good happens - I'll just rely on that confidence". A recurring rib injury limited his practice time and kept him from starts at the BMW Championship and Memorial. He hit 12 of the 14 fairways in the second round, and one of the misses came on No.
  • Pakistan ready to 'change history' against India

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    We all know what happens behind the scenes. "It is really hard to judge who will win since India are a strong team and Pakistan have been performing well in the last three matches", he said. "It will be a good gift for the nation for Eid". "They bowled well, their fielding was extra-ordinary while they also batted very well to pull off a comfortable victory against hot favourites England", he said.