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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Bodrum Golf Club claims the title at the Fikret Öztürk Interclub Championships, played at the Carya Golf Club in Turkey’s up-and-coming golf resort Belek
Tiger Woods is convinced he is finally in position to begin his rise to the top of world golf again but he will have to beat a world class field at the Australian Open this week if he is to end his two-year title drought.
Bryce Molder outlasted Briny Baird to be the last man standing after a dramatically long playoff round to win the Frys.com Open at CordeValle. Molder hails his ‘surreal’ victory, which goes down as the first PGA Tour win after 131 attempts. Tiger Woods was also in the headlines after he was thrown a hot dog by a fan
Asia’s only major-winner Y.E. Yang said yesterday he had stopped using a coach and is instead picking up tips from YouTube as he bids to recover his best form.
Russia coach Dick Advocaat has hit out at his critics after guiding his team to the Euro 2012 finals in Poland and Ukraine.
Keegan Bradley beats the odds and takes home the coveted the PGA Championship trophy, which was dominated by several unfamiliar names
Turkey managed to bounce back from a bitter 3-1 defeat to mighty Germany and went on to beat Azerbaijan at Türk Telekom Arena in Istanbul.
Tiger Woods came into this week’s Frys.com Open with lofty hopes after finally regaining full fitness but the former world number one was betrayed by woeful putting in Thursday’s opening round.