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Tom Watson Dilemma: To Pick Tiger or Not to Pick Tiger, That is The Question

Aug 13 2014 12:42am CDT | Source: Big Government

Now that all four 2014 Major Championships are over, the golf world can turn eyes to the upcoming Ryder Cup, which will be held at Glen Eagles in Scotland from September 23rd through the 28th. Nine American players have clinched automatic spots, leaving captain Tom Watson three additional picks to round off the team. He has until September 2nd to make his final decision. Question: Should Tiger Woods be one of Tom Watson’s three captain pic ...
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Watson names Stricker as a vice-captain for Ryder Cup

Aug 6 2014 1:35pm CDT | Source: Townhall's

By Mark Lamport-Stokes LOUISVILLE Kentucky (Reuters) - United States captain Tom Watson has appointed PGA Tour veteran Steve Str ...
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Golfer Dustin Johnson Bows Out of Ryder Cup for Head Check-Up

Aug 1 2014 1:25pm CDT | Source: Big Government

Dustin Johnson, one of the PGA’s biggest stars--and allegedly one of its biggest partiers--is bowing out of golf for an indefinite time period to get his head together. The world’s sixteenth-ranked golfer known for his prodigious length off the tee, admitted that he needs to focus on his mental health and emotional well-being. Johnson’s withdrawal from the tour comes at a bad time for the US Ryder cup team, set ...
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Tiger Woods Five Shots Worse than 64-Yr-Old Ryder Cup Captain Tom Watson

Jul 20 2014 2:01pm CDT | Source: Big Government

Tiger Woods may have come back early from back surgery to make the Ryder Cup team. And after an auspicious three-under start to this year's British Open, Woods finished the tournament five shots worse than 64-year-old Tom Watson, who happens to be this year's Ryder Cup captain.  The 64-year-old Watson will turn 65 next month, and he said he would be watching Woods closely in his next thr ...
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Miliband Will Lose Next Election Says Former Labour Minister

Jul 15 2014 8:18am CDT | Source: Big Government

Charles Clarke, a former Home Secretary under Tony Blair has said that Ed Miliband who lose the next election as he has no "narrative". He believes that the Conservatives will win an overall majority next year and that Miliband is a worse leader than the much-maligned Neil Kinnock. Clarke said Ed Miliband is failing to appeal to voters because he has an "assembly of odd policies". These include his policy to nationalise land that developers ...
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