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  • PETTERSeN ISSUES APOLOGY OVER SOLHEIM CUP BEHAVIOUR - Golf News | Ski Magazine
    put the single match and the point that could be earned ahead of sportsmanship and the game of golf itself I feel like I let my team down and I am sorry To the US team you guys have a great leader in Juli Inkster who I ve always looked up to and respect so much Knowing I need to make things right I had a face to face chat with her before leaving Germany this morning to tell her in person how I really feel about all of this I wanted her also to know that I am sorry I hope in time the US team will forgive me and know that I have learned a valuable lesson about what is truly important in this great game of golf which has given me so much in my life To the fans of golf who watched the competition on TV I am sorry for the way I carried myself I can be so much better and being an ambassador for this great game means a lot to me The Solheim Cup has been a huge part of my career I wish I could change Sunday for many reasons Unfortunately I can t This week I want to work hard to earn back your belief in me as someone who plays hard plays fair and plays the great game of golf the right way Stay up to date Share this story tweet Read Online Looking for back issues Subscribe FREE to the UK s most read Golf Newspaper latest golf news best travel deals latest competitions Join us now Featured News Interviews Bennett tees up golf academy at Manston 16 February 2016 Former European Tour professional Warren Bennett has opened his first golf academy in Kent with one simple aim to

    Original URL path: http://www.golfnews.co.uk/news/petterson-issues-apology-over-solheim-cup-behaviour/ (2016-02-17)
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  • USA RALLY TO WIN SOLHEIM CUP AFTER CONCESSION CONTROVERSY - Golf News | Ski Magazine
    that point Pettersen standing at the other side of the green said that she had not conceded the putt The referee was then left with no alternative but to declare the hole for Europe who went on to win the match 1 up after halving the 18th When asked about the incident Peterson said It was very clear from Charley and me that we wanted to see the putt in At that point of time in the match and the putt she left I would still like to see it in European captain Carin Koch supported her players view It wasn t a short enough putt where they would have even given it she said We have to follow the rules of golf American team captain Juli Inkster called Pettersen s decision not to concede the putt disrepectful to her peers and a load of BS and used the incident as a rallying cry for her team in the afternoon s singles matches Alison Lee was in tears after the incident on the 17th green The fall out soured the rest of the day s proceedings given the closeness of the competition and completely overshadowed a remarkable American comeback Starting the singles 10 6 down a scoreline that is something of a motivating force for all teams in the wrong end since Europe performance at the Ryder Cup at Medinah in 2012 Inkster s team were initially slow out of the blocks with five blue flags on the scoreboard in the early exchanges but by midway through the afternoon red began to take over and then dominate especially among the later starters Wins by Karine Icher Melissa Reid and Anna Nordqvist and a half from Carlota Ciganda took Europe to 13 5 half a point short of the score required to retain the cup but a 12 foot miss on the final green by Caroline Masson saw the home team s hopes disappear as Morgan Pressel Alison Lee Gerina Piller Lizette Salas Angela Stanford Cristie Kerr Michelle Wie and finally Paula Creamer all prevailed to give America a 8 5 3 5 win in the singles that took them over the line Stanford s win was the most celebrated coming 2 1 against Pettersen It also marked the first Solheim Cup point Stanford had returned in 10 matches Asked if the incident with Lee had been a motivating force behind the team s win Inkster said I think they were ready to go but I also think that it maybe just lit the fire a little bit more I think in their bellies they wanted to just maybe do a little bit more That little bit more got us the Solheim Cup Her senitment were echoed by Stacey Lewis I think the motivation honestly came from what happened to Alison this morning When it happened to her we all jumped in there and said we ve got to change this we ve got to right a wrong USA s win

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  • DAY RACES TO BMW SUCCESS AND WORLD NO.1 - Golf News | Ski Magazine
    third at 15 under and JB Holmes Rickie Fowler and McIlroy tying for fourth one further shot adrift I feel good Just all the work ever since I was a little kid trying to get to No1 in the world and today I did it which was great said Day To have an opportunity knowing I had to win this week to gain that spot and stepping up and doing it was fantastic He follows in the steps of a fellow Queenslander Greg Norman in achieving the world No 1 ranking Photo Getty Images Stay up to date Share this story tweet Read Online Looking for back issues Subscribe FREE to the UK s most read Golf Newspaper latest golf news best travel deals latest competitions Join us now Featured News Interviews Bennett tees up golf academy at Manston 16 February 2016 Former European Tour professional Warren Bennett has opened his first golf academy in Kent with one simple aim to maker golfers Read More Grove to spruce up for British Masters 16 February 2016 The Grove has started work on a series of improvements and renovations to its Kyle Phillips designed course in preparation for hosting the Read More

    Original URL path: http://www.golfnews.co.uk/features/day-races-to-bmw-success-and-world-no-1/ (2016-02-17)
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  • GB&I MAKE HISTORY WITH FIRST PGA CUP WIN IN USA - Golf News | Ski Magazine
    s United States team were up in seven of the matches but slowly the tide changed Bevan s tactic of front loading his big hitters paid dividends with David Dixon Graham Fox and Jason Levermore securing points While first man out Gareth Wright was outgunned by Mike Block who had five birdies in his 2 1 win Dixon was up from the second against Stuart Deane and closed it out 4 3 Fox Clydeway Golf proved one of the catalysts for GB I s revival Standing on the ninth tee the Scot was two down to Ben Polland but when he walked on to the 14th tee he was three up after five straight birdies Levermore was equally impressive trailing by three through 10 he ended up playing the back nine in seven under par Two down with four to play he birdied 16 and 18 to win 1UP against Jamie Broce The Channels pro who arrived in San Francisco on a stretcher after being taken ill on the flight over will leave California standing tall after being undefeated in five matches I ve had some good results but that s by far the most nervous I ve been coming down the stretch said Levermore When you have nine team mates depending on you it puts more pressure on but that makes it all the more rewarding I saw the scoreboard after five holes and there was a lot of red but we dug deep and turned it around Heading into the back nine momentum had gradually shifted GB I s way with Alex Wrigley and Kearney up in the last two while Lee Clarke had turned his match around against Sean Dougherty Cameron Clark and Mike Watson were defeated as was Paul Hendriksen but when Beeston Fields pro Clark halved the last after a tugged pitch the match score was locked at 11 5 11 5 GB I nudged to 12 5 11 5 thanks to Wrigley s 3 1 win over Grant Sturgeon leaving Kearney needing a point for victory Morin s superb approach to 17 pulled a hole back to send Kearney down the 18th where the Irishman revealed ice water in his veins to clinch the PGA Cup I didn t have a good yardage out there I was between a gap wedge and a pitching wedge for my approach I just didn t fancy the gap wedge said Kearney It came out hot I knew when it was in the air it was sailing over the back But I had a good lie and I d practised that shot in practice Bevan added The board was red early on All week I ve been calm I don t know why I ve actually found it quite easy to stay calm which suggests to me I ve got total belief in my team I have the utmost respect for the power and talent of the opposition Our PGA pros are a class above as are the

    Original URL path: http://www.golfnews.co.uk/news/gbi-make-history-with-first-pga-cup-win-in-usa/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Stephen Lewis appointed next Chairman of the Golf Foundation - Golf News | Ski Magazine
    development The Golf Foundation was founded by Sir Henry Cotton and colleagues in 1952 Through its HSBC Golf Roots programme the charity offers children and young people golfing opportunities which can be pursued at a golf club under expert supervision Often beginning with school inner city and other community golf projects young people can Start Learn and Stay in golf through this community to club pathway While a key focus is the Skills for Life benefits that golf offers children from all backgrounds HSBC Golf Roots is helping the Foundation s national partners to grow the game Last year the initiative led to 3 600 new club junior members being introduced by the Golf Foundation a 45 increase from the year before Brendon Pyle chief executive of the Golf Foundation said The senior management team and I believe Stephen Lewis can continue the strong chairmanship it has enjoyed under Charles leadership and look forward very much to welcoming him to the Board Brendon also said The Golf Foundation has been incredibly fortunate to have had Charles Harrison as its Chairman for the last seven years benefiting greatly from his financial and business acumen his shrewd judgement and personal energy plus his passion for the ideals of this junior golf charity Charles level of engagement with both the staff and the external stakeholders his attention to detail and his influence within the golfing world has helped the Foundation make significant advances Stay up to date Share this story tweet Read Online Looking for back issues Subscribe FREE to the UK s most read Golf Newspaper latest golf news best travel deals latest competitions Join us now Featured News Interviews Bennett tees up golf academy at Manston 16 February 2016 Former European Tour professional Warren Bennett has opened his first golf academy

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  • How good is Eddie Pepperell at darts? Find out here...... - Golf News | Ski Magazine
    bbc in 1iAns4N Stay up to date Share this story tweet Read Online Looking for back issues Subscribe FREE to the UK s most read Golf Newspaper latest golf news best travel deals latest competitions Join us now Featured News Interviews Bennett tees up golf academy at Manston 16 February 2016 Former European Tour professional Warren Bennett has opened his first golf academy in Kent with one simple aim to maker golfers Read More Grove to spruce up for British Masters 16 February 2016 The Grove has started work on a series of improvements and renovations to its Kyle Phillips designed course in preparation for hosting the Read More Heythrop Park to host new Challenge Tour event 8 February 2016 Heythrop Park Resort in Oxfordshire is to host its first professional tournament under the auspices of the European Tour following the announcement that Read More View More LUKE DONALD 16 February 2016 Still searching for that elusive first major and currently out of the world s top 75 Luke Donald is redoubling his efforts to Read More DAN BROOKS 16 February 2016 Inspired to take up golf by his father and coached by his uncle London based pro Dan Brooks

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  • Royal St George's to stage injured serviceman's version of the Ryder Cup - Golf News | Ski Magazine
    carries something extra special as it is being played at his home club I am humbled that the Simpson Cup will be taking place at such an historic course comments Simpson the chairman and founder of the On Course Foundation The competition and the events leading up to it encapsulate what the On Course Foundation is all about giving these incredible people the opportunity to shape their futures both in terms of playing golf and building a sustainable career which is the very least they deserve Each year we ve seen the most moving and inspiring stories emerge I m very much looking forward to seeing what the class of 2015 has in store for us and it will be a privilege to see these heroes putting on another terrific spectacle at a course I hold so close to my heart An Opening Ceremony at 5pm on Sunday 20 th September will launch the competition with a march past from the Coldstream Guards a rifle shot segue into the National Anthem and a Spitfire flypast The following day sees the player sponsors competition taking place before the tournament begins in earnest on Tuesday 22 nd September with six four ball matches followed by 12 singles matches on Wednesday 23 rd September The whole event is open to the public and is free of charge Team USA will arrive at Royal St George s as the defending champions having lured the Cup away from Team GB at Congressional after they had clinched the previous two events This year former Ryder Cup captain Bernard Gallacher takes the reins of UK team Stay up to date Share this story tweet Read Online Looking for back issues Subscribe FREE to the UK s most read Golf Newspaper latest golf news best travel deals latest

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  • It’s game, set and match for England at Wimbledon - Golf News | Ski Magazine
    after winning the morning foursomes 2 1 but England stormed out in the singles led by Hollie Muse who won the first hole against the Irish star Olivia Mehaffey and was never behind going on to win 5 4 Sophie Lamb trailed for the first part of her match but didn t lose a hole after the fifth and went on to win 3 1 while Surrey s Inci Mehmet was three up with three to play but was taken to the 18th by her opponent where she played the hole with textbook precision to claim her point With Wales beating Scotland 5 4 in the final match England s victory was confirmed Team captain Elaine Ratcliffe said I am very proud of the girls it was a great result and I am so pleased for everyone concerned They are a very young side but they showed what great golfers they are becoming England Squad Gemma Clews Delamere Forest Sammie Giles St Mellion Sophie Keech Parkstone Sophie Lamb Clitheroe Elaine Ratcliffe Essendon Inci Mehmet Royal Mid Surrey Hollie Muse West Lancashire Sammy Fuller Roehampton and Bethan Popel Long Ashton Stay up to date Share this story tweet Read Online Looking for back issues Subscribe FREE to the UK s most read Golf Newspaper latest golf news best travel deals latest competitions Join us now Featured News Interviews Bennett tees up golf academy at Manston 16 February 2016 Former European Tour professional Warren Bennett has opened his first golf academy in Kent with one simple aim to maker golfers Read More Grove to spruce up for British Masters 16 February 2016 The Grove has started work on a series of improvements and renovations to its Kyle Phillips designed course in preparation for hosting the Read More Heythrop Park to host new

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