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    Brilliant Mickelson outpaces everyone but Stenson in British Open duel
  • Brilliant Mickelson outpaces everyone but Stenson in British Open duel

    Posted by Betonline Team on 7/21/2016 4:10:56 AM
    Phil Mickelson played brilliantly during the British Open. He carded a final round 65 with four birdies and an eagle. That is enough for victory during many final rounds. +…
  • US Open 2016 favorites
  • US Open Favorites

    Posted by BetOnline on 6/15/2016 8:49:42 AM
    The US Open has a number of favorites to win elite golf tournament. The United States Open takes place this weekend at Oakmont Country Club and there are a lot of dangers that face golfers. +…
  • Muirfield on British Open banned list

    Posted by Betonline team on 6/1/2016 4:57:50 AM
    Golfer Gary Player is an old-school guy who won the 1959 British Open at Muirfield Golf Club, which has played host to 16 Championships. +…
  • The Golden Bear gives the Golden Mouth a key sports endorsement

    Posted by Betonline team on 5/25/2016 3:15:10 AM
    Golf legend Jack Nicklaus plans to vote for controversial Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump. The two have enjoyed business relationships in the past and Nicklaus called Trump a “good guy” during an interview with CBS Sunday Morning’s Jim Axelrod. They collaborated last at the Trump Links at Ferry Point in a venture that opened in April of 2015 in New York. +…
  • Interesting Field For the 2014 RBC Canadian Open

    Posted by on 7/18/2014 11:01:38 PM
    Every year, the RBC Canadian Open brings in one of the more diverse fields we see in the PGA all season. In 2014, the Canadian Open continues its tradition of unique player pairings and giving players who have not won a tournament their first chance at being in the PGA winner’s circle. +…
  • Preview Of The 2014 British Open

    Posted by on 7/11/2014 9:45:18 PM
    Every once in a while, an event takes place right before a major tournament that catapults a player into the realm of odds-on favorite. When Rory McIlroy drove the green on a 436-yard par four in the Scottish Open, he opened some eyes and changed the odds around a little bit. McIlroy leads the Scottish Open after the first round, but his win is far from a forgone conclusion. +…
 
 
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