Tiger Wood’s second place threatened

Martin Kaymer could force the U.S. golf player to fall even more in the ranking. The Englishman Lee Westwood, current world leader, relieved Tiger Woods two weeks ago and soon another European golfer, Germany’s Martin Kaymer, could force the Tiger Woods even further down the ranks. Tiger still hasn’t found a way to win a […]
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Tiger Woods to lose number one spot

– On Nov. 1, after 281 consecutive weeks as world number one in golf and 623 weeks in total, Tiger Woods will lose, ‘at least a week’, his privileged position in favor of England’s Lee Westwood, according to a review on marca.com. The Spanish newspaper says that everything is based on the Golf rating system. […]
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Fisher wins Irish Open

– The Englishman Ross Fisher won the Irish Open on Sunday with a two-stroke lead over Padraig Harrington to sign local card with 65 shots, six under par in the final round. Fisher started the day with a lead of one stroke, but widened the gap to three to sink a putt for eagle on […]
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Pettersson wins Canadian Open

– Sweden’s Carl Pettersson won the Canadian Open golf tournament, having achieved a total of 266 hits in the last round, followed by American Dean Wilson with just one hit difference. Pettersson showed a 67 stroke card, -14 under par in the field, while Wilson, who was in the top positions during the tournament, showed […]
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Cristie Kerr makes US Golf History

– Cristie Kerr won the LPGA Championship, the second “big one” of the season with a twelve strokes record lead and did something unprecedented for a woman American golfer since the wolrd ranking were established (2006) taking the first place. Kerr improved by one stroke the tournament’s record, established in 1992 by Betsy King (eleven […]
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