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Tiger's next chapter a hot topic

tiger's next chapter a hot topic
With the opening PGA Tour event of 2017 just a month away, golf fans and players are bracing for the next chapter from Tiger Woods.
SuperSport Also reported by •Reuters

Sony wants to make the next Pokemon Go

Sony is hoping to mimic the success of rival Nintendo’s Pokemon Go with its announcement of as many as six new smartphone games to be released next year. Starting in April 2017, Sony will release..
City A.M.

Videos for Golf

News video: Calusa Residents, Developer Battle Over Building On Golf Course

Calusa Residents, Developer Battle Over Building On Golf Course 02:32

CBS Miami’s Hank Tester reports.
Source: CBS4 Miami -

News video: Classic PlayStation Franchises Revealed for Japanese Smartphones

Classic PlayStation Franchises Revealed for Japanese Smartphones 00:55

Sony has announced it will begin releasing smartphone games in Japan starting April next year, including a number of titles from familiar PlayStation franchises.
Source: IGN - Affiliate -

News video: Halo 5: Guardians - EXCLUSIVE Battle Golf Gameplay

Halo 5: Guardians - EXCLUSIVE Battle Golf Gameplay 04:32

Check out exclusive Battle Golf gameplay for Halo 5: Guardians. Subscribe to GameSpot! http://youtube.com/GameSpot Follow Halo 5: Guardians at..
Source: GameSpot -

News video: Bjorn to put "heart and soul" into Europe's Ryder Cup captaincy

Bjorn to put "heart and soul" into Europe's Ryder Cup captaincy 01:54

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Source: Reuters - Sports -

News video: Caddie dies at Dubai golf tournament

Caddie dies at Dubai golf tournament 00:46

The Omega Dubai Ladies Masters is taking place on the Majlis Course at the Emirates Golf Club. (CNN)A caddie has died after collapsing on a fairway during the first round of the Dubai Ladies Masters...
Source: Wochit Headline News -

 

Automatic golf carts for Japanese elderly

Electric vehicles are provided to allow residents to keep their mobility.
BBC News

Sony will Release a Number of PlayStation Games on Mobile in 2017

In an effort to push their presence in the expansive world of mobile gaming, Sony has announced that they will start rolling out mobile versions of some of their popular PlayStation titles in the..
Fab Newz

Maldon's Promenade Park adventure golf course to close next year...

maldon's promenade park adventure golf course to close next year...
Maldon's Promenade Park pirate-themed adventure golf course will close for a brief period next year because it's 'too challenging'.The course only opened in July this year but according to Maldon..
Essex Chronicle Also reported by •Brentwood Gazette

Dubai Masters suspended after death of caddie

dubai masters suspended after death of caddie
The first round of the Dubai Ladies Masters golf tournament was suspended on Wednesday after the death of a caddie on the course, the Ladies European Tour said in a statement.
SuperSport

Play stopped at Ladies European Tour event after caddie dies

(Reuters) - The first round of the Dubai Ladies Masters golf tournament was suspended on Wednesday after the death of a caddie on the course, the Ladies European Tour said in a statement.
Reuters

Donald Trump's plan to build huge wall at Irish golf course scrapped amid concern for rare snail

Trump International Golf Links and Hotel withdraws proposal for two-mile sea defence in Doonbeg
Independent

SA’s Special Olympics golfers celebrate

sa’s special olympics golfers celebrate
In a year in which golf made its return to the Olympic Games, South Africa’s Special Olympics golfers once again showed how the game is still thriving at this level of competition.
SuperSport

Tiger must prove he is over chipping yips: Jacklin

LONDON (Reuters) - Former world number one Tiger Woods must prove he has overcome the "chipping yips" in order to fully challenge golf's elite again, according to double major champion Tony Jacklin.
Reuters Also reported by •SuperSport

Caddie dies at Dubai Ladies Masters after collapsing with heart issue

caddie dies at dubai ladies masters after collapsing with heart issue
Play was suspended for the day when Anne-Lise Caudal's caddie fell ill on the 13th fairway of the Majils Course at the Emirates Golf Club.
MailOnline

Golf: Jacklin backs Bjorn but worries about Paris venue

LONDON (Reuters) - Tony Jacklin has welcomed Thomas Bjorn's appointment as 2018 European Ryder Cup captain but the former skipper is concerned about the Paris venue and the qualification criteria for..
Reuters

Green delight as Trump's Irish wall plans withdrawn

green delight as trump's irish wall plans withdrawn
Donald Trump's plan to erect a huge sea wall at his Irish golf course have been withdrawn in the light of stiff opposition.
BBC News

Thomas Bjorn: How much power do captains really wield?

Thomas Bjorn has been anointed as the new European Ryder Cup captain, a role that has grown from coat carrying irrelevance to the most lucrative unpaid job in world sport. "This is not just a job,..
City A.M.

Trump scales back plans for 'huge' wall

trump scales back plans for 'huge' wall
A golf course owned by US President-elect Donald Trump has agreed to scale back a wall designed to protect its greens from coastal erosion after opposition from local residents, the local council said.
SuperSport


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