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Masters Golf 2011 Preparation: Dates and TV Schedule

Masters Golf 2011 Preparation: Dates and TV Schedule

Today sees the start of the 2011 Masters tournament from Augusta. For those golf fans that unfortunately can’t get to watch the action live, the TV is the next best thing. The action kicks off at 7.40 a.m. at the Augusta National Golf Club, as Phil Mickelson hopes to defend his title and create some history at the same time. ESPN begin their live coverage of the tournament at 3.p.m ET. This means unfortunately that…

Torrey Pines: Tiger Woods to use tournament to kick off 2011 campaign

Torrey Pines: Tiger Woods to use tournament to kick off 2011 campaign

After a turbulent year in 2010 with no wins, Tiger Woods is planning to launch his 2011 challenge next week in San Diego.

Chevron World Challenge: Win for McDowell and prize money

Chevron World Challenge: Win for McDowell and prize money

Yesterday we brought you news from the Chevron World Challenge 2010 that following the third round of play the leaderboard showed that Tiger Woods would be going into the final round 4-strokes ahead of second placed Graeme McDowell. At the time it looked as though Woods was going to take his first tournament win of the year.

Chevron World Challenge: Woods’ lead slashed in final round

Chevron World Challenge: Woods’ lead slashed in final round

Earlier we brought you the news and details of the leaderboard after the third round of play at the Chevron World Challenge at the Sherwood Country Club in California. Tiger Woods was seeing a resurgence in his form as not only was he in the lead going into the fourth and final round today, but also held a 4-stroke advantage. However the final round is now well underway and Woods is in grave danger of…

Purse and prize money for Nedbank Golf Challenge 2010

Purse and prize money for Nedbank Golf Challenge 2010

We’ve just been bringing you all the final round news from the Nedbank Golf Challenge 2010 and it was Briton, Lee Westwood, who stormed ahead to an amazing 8-stroke victory to win the tournament. The current World No. 1 golfer certainly looks determined to hold on to that title for some time.