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24 Dec 2015
With his 40th birthday just one week away, Tiger Woods looks optimistically forward to playing golf pain-free next year while he reflects on a 2015 campaign blighted by injuries, poor form and a plummeting world ranking.
24 Dec 2015
The Nigeria Golf Federation (NGF) wants to end the year on a roll. The NGF, which has had quite a busy year, will now top up the season with a championship that will bring all the junior champions together to fight for what promises to be the Oscars of the youth game in the country.
18 Dec 2015
All we want is fairness in the qualifying process, says NGF president Nazifi Mohammed is the president of the Nigeria Golf Federation (NGF). Elected to the position this year, Mohammed has been championing Africa’s quest for fair representation when golf debuts at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. But he is being frustrated by the International…
18 Dec 2015
Woods At 40
18 Dec 2015
RORY McIlroy has been named the European Tour’s Golfer of the Year for the third time in four seasons after retaining his position as European No 1. The world No 3 topped the Race to Dubai standings for the second year running after winning the season-ending DP World Tour Championship in Dubai, his third European…
11 Dec 2015
If he has to choose between golf and being a dad, then Woods would choose the latter every time, hands down.
11 Dec 2015
Veteran golf writer, Lorne Rubenstein, got Tiger Woods to open up like we’ve never seen for an interview that ran in Time Magazine. Now Rubenstein has offered his take on how the big Q&A with Big Cat all went down.
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11 Dec 2015
The dust generated by the result of the election of the Lady Golfers Association of Nigeria (LGAN) election is yet to settle, as one of the contestants is still waiting on the association’s Board of Trustees to look into the matter.
11 Dec 2015
Jamie Donaldson of Wales enjoyed a sizzling opening round of nine-under-par 63 to take a three-stroke lead over three players, including 2013 winner, Sergio Garcia, in the Thailand Championship yesterday.
11 Dec 2015
After a successful Elizabeth Wuraola Ojo Memorial Championship, operators of the Smokin Hills Golf Resort, Ilara-Mokin, Ondo State, plan to host another monumental competition, tagged Royal; Golf Tournament.
4 Dec 2015
It is the maiden edition of the tournament, but already the promoters are looking at ways of making the OBJ Open one of the best tournaments in the West Africa sub-region.
4 Dec 2015
It is now official: 68 international players have been confirmed to take part in the 3e Actuaries Open tournament scheduled to hold at the Presidential Golf Course in Mongomo, Equatorial Guinea, from December 10 to 13.

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