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In the second round of the 2016 DEAN & DELUCA Invitational, a lengthy weather delay halted play but didn't faze Bryce Molder as he continues to push his lead and Jordan Spieth moved up with a 4-under 66.
Golf Channel's Feherty thinks Tiger's career could be over
Tiger Woods is still working to return from multiple back procedures, and there has been no indication that he is close to resuming PGA tournament play. If you ask David Feherty, Tiger may not come back at all. Feherty, who works for the Golf Channel, was speaking at the launch of GolfNow’s “Golf for Life” campaign this week when the subject of Woods’ injury rehab came up. He said that Tiger appears to be in great physical shape, but that might not be enough for the 40-year-old. “I am not sure that Tiger will come back because it is a nerve in his back,” Feherty said, via the Irish Golf Desk. “It’s not muscular or skeletal. It’s not something you can deal with in a physical way. “He is in phenomenal shape – just ripped as usual. But he is not able to make a full pass at it. I saw him a few weeks ago in Houston and he hadn’t played in five months and he hit some good shots and some awful skanky looking things.” Anyone else probably would have called it quits by now, but Tiger has
Rory McIlroy may skip Olympics due to Zika virus scare
Rory McIlroy is not preparing to sit out of the Olympics just yet because of the Zika virus, but the thought has crossed his mind. Among the growing list of concerns for those planning to travel to the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro this summer is the ongoing battle with the Zika virus, which is creating a panic just about everywhere for some. McIlroy is exactly afraid of attending the Olympics, but he is keeping close tabs on the coverage of the virus as the games draw near. “As it gets closer I am relishing the thought of going down there and competing for gold,” McIlroy said in a BBC report. “But I have been reading a lot of reports about Zika and there have been some articles coming out saying that it might be worse than they’re saying and I have to monitor that situation.” He is not alone, of course. Major League Baseball opted to cancel a series of game sin Puerto Rico amid growing concerns about the Zika virus, for example. And it is not exactly as though Rio de Janeiro is instilling a lot o
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Rory McIlroy takes an emotional win at the Irish Open
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Muirfield, one of the more storied golf clubs in the world, which has hosted The Open Championship 16 times, will now be barred from hosting another Open as long as it continues to block women golfers from becoming members, according to BBC. The Scottish golf club announced on Thursday that its members had voted against allowing women to join. Muirfield needed two thirds of its 648 voters to back the move, but only received 64 percent. As a result, governing body The R&A said that the Open would not happen “at a venue that does not admit women as members”. Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon voiced her displeasure on Twitter, and rightfully so. Scotland has women leaders in every walk of life. It is 2016. This is simply indefensible. https://t.co/qrULGuFG8v — Nicola Sturgeon (@NicolaSturgeon) May 19, 2016 The vote to continue to not allow women in the club comes somewhat as a surprise, considering the club ran a “comprehensive” two-year consultation process, according to BBC. The

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