Monthly Archives: June 2018

Zach Johnson penalized shot due to 10-second rule

A matter of seconds cost Zach Johnson a shot on Friday. An 18-foot birdie putt at TPC River Highlands’ par-4 third (Johnson’s 12th) during the second round of the Travelers Championship saw Johnson’s ball finish right on the lip. As Rule 16-2 notes, when a ball overhangs the lip a player is allowed time to reach the hole without “unreasonable delay” and an additional 10 seconds to determine if the ball is at rest……………..Read More

How World Cup group chaos could bring lots or yellow cards into play as tiebreakers

We are through two rounds of the 2018 World Cup group stage. Each of the tournament’s 32 teams has one group match remaining. That means it’s time to prepare for convoluted scenarios, tiebreaker confusion and potential chaos……………..Read More

Woman at gym

Woman at gym

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Woman at gym warming up with leg stretches by photoalto on 500px.com

 

After hours of abuse, Poulter roasts US Open officials, fans

Southampton (United States) (AFP) – After absorbing hours of abuse from US Open fans as he toiled around Shinnecock Hills on Saturday, England’s Ian Poulter wondered what might be in store at the 2024 Ryder Cup down the road at Bethpage Black…………….Read More