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Birdietime.tv chief exectuive Mikko Back with Rufus Hack

European Tour signs a deal with top coaches to give golf fans plenty more Birdietime

THE European Tour and Birdietime.tv have launched a new online pay-per-view game improvement platform that connects fans to some of the world’s best coaches. Birdietime.tv offers diverse set of coaching videos from the game’s leading coaches including Tour professional Robert Rock, putting specialist Phil Kenyon, Surrey-based Hugh Marr, Lee Cromblehome, Rob Goldup and 3D biomechanics […]

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IAN POULTER in practice at the 2019 Italian Open

Poulter prepared for crack at third Italian Open 17 years after Rose putter primed win

IAN Poulter returns to the venue where he claimed his second Italian Open title 17 years ago hoping that another victory in the Rolex Series event can spark a late push in the Race to Dubai. The Ryder Cup legend won his maiden European Tour title in the Italian Open when it was played in […]

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Danny Willett in the seocnd round of the 2019 BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth

Rahm ready for head-to-head with Willett at Wentworth to join legend Seve as a winner

JON Rahm and Danny Willett share a two-shot halfway lead at the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth. They head a star-studded leaderboard – also featuring local heroes Justin Rose and Paul Casey among others – sets up a thrilling weekend at the Surrey club’s Burma Road. The 2016 Masters Tournament champion Willett delighted the 20,802 […]

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2019 Porsche European Open winner Paul Casey

Casey dedicates victory to Gordon Brand Junior after Porsche European Open win

SURREY’S Paul Casey dedicated an emotional 14th European Tour title to the late Gordon Brand Junior after securing his first victory in Europe in five years at the Porsche European Open. The 42-year-old, who last won on European soil at the KLM Open in 2014, carded a flawless six under par final round of 66. […]

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Scotland’s Robert MacIntyre is looking for his first European Tour win

MacIntyre accelerates into lead at Porsche European Open after a scorching 65

ROBERT MacIntyre stormed into the Porsche European Open lead, firing a flawless seven-under par 65 to take a four-stroke advantage into the weekend after the second round in Hamburg. The 23-year-old, who started the day two strokes behind 18-hole leader Paul Casey, carded the low round of the week so far at Green Eagle Golf […]

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Porsche European Open’s joint first round leader Paul Casey

Casey puts his foot down by taking route 66 to share lead at Porsche European Open

PAUL Casey defied testing conditions at Green Eagle Golf Courses to card a stunning six-under par 66, to take a one-stroke lead into the second round of the Porsche European Open. Surrey’s four-time Ryder Cup player carded five birdies on the back nine, adding to gains made on the first and seventh holes, to sit […]

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San Diego’s Xander Schauffele makes his first appearance in Germany in the Porsche European Open

Homecoming for Schauffele would only be better if he gets to win the Porsche prize

AMERICAN Xander Schauffele will enjoy home support this week when he makes his first appearance in Germany at this year’s Porsche European Open. The 25-year-old, who is a quarter German on his father’s side, is teeing it up in Continental Europe for the first time this season – bidding to add a second European Tour […]

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Bjerregard marches into last 32 at WGC Match Play

A RECORD-breaking eight Europeans progressed to the last 32 at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play after another fascinating day at Austin Country Club. Denmark’s Lucas Bjerregaard was the only debutant in the field to top his group – setting up a clash against fellow Scandinavian Henrik Stenson. Bjerregard’s match with England’s Matt Wallace went all […]

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Casey has matchplay pedigree to extend Europe’s hold

PAUL Casey arrives at this week’s WGC-Dell Technologies World Match Play in buoyant mood after the Englishman defended a title for the first time in his professional career last week at the Valspar Championship on the US PGA Tour. The 41-year-old is the most recent of three Europeans to have won in consecutive weeks on […]

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