Friday, January 27 2023

The Telegraph

Louise Duncan keeps herself in the mix after caddie’s ball mix-up at Women’s Open

It was a day when Louise Duncan, the darling of these galleries, first watched her caddie throw her playing partner’s ball over a wall and deep into a nettle bush and finished with the 22-year-old admitting that depending on the size of her first cheque as a pro here on Sunday, it will either be a ferry to Arran or a flight to Tobago.

Source: Yahoo Sports

Previous

Paul DeJong's go-ahead double leads Cardinals to a 4-3 victory over Yankees

Next

Mitrovic heads Fulham in front of Liverpool

Check Also

Pro Sports Media

Trending Now

‘I have to fulfill this man’s prophecy’: Kobe is still inspiring Klay Thompson

Melissa Rohlin FOX Sports NBA Reporter Klay Thompson developed a ritual while he was rehabilitating from back-to-back ACL and Achilles’ tears over two-and-a-half years.  Every day, he’d watch a video of Kobe Bryant calling him a “stone-cold killer.” At a time when Thompson felt lost, Bryant helped him remember who he was as a player. […]

Read More

Connor Bedard watch: Arizona Coyotes’ Shayne Gostisbehere out long-term with injury

A team finishing poorly this season has a chance to win a big prize. That’s Regina (Saskatchewan) Pats 5-10, 185-pound center Connor Bedard, 17, a generational talent who was confirmed as the top North American prospect in NHL Central Scouting’s midseason rankings. He has been considered the top pick for 2023 for years and had […]

Read More

Travis Kelce shines; Bengals DC’s greatness; David Shaw to Denver?

Peter Schrager NFL Insider & Sideline Reporter I find it amazing that in a head-coach hiring cycle that has five vacancies still open and has seen over 25 different men interviewed for jobs, Bengals DC Lou Anarumo hasn’t received a single interview request. What more can a single coordinator do than what Anarumo has accomplished […]

Read More