Harrington: “” The common consensus is that the Ryder Cup will not be played without an audience “
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Rahm has accumulated four rounds under par (69-70-71-68) to finish with -10, two strokes behind the provisional leaders, the Americans Tiger Woods (-12) and Xander Schauffele (-12) and the Italian Francesco Molinari (-12).
The Barrika golfer, number 8 in the world, has stepped on the accelerator in the last holes with three birdies and an eagle from hole 7 although in the end he ran out of holes to regain more positions.
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For his part, the Gran Canaria Rafa Cabrera Bello completed the tournament with a total of 286 hits (-2), and ranked 36.
The Castellón Sergio García, after three years without achieving a victory, won the Sanderson Farms Championship, of the PGA Tour, after leaving a birdie practically made on the 18th hole, which as he confirmed when he reached the green and took this important victory that returns him among the best in the world after a long drought of victories.
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Sergio, who started in the first position at the end of the third day, had to row hard throughout the last lap, as he lost first place in the first holes and had to go in tow until the last hole, which he managed finish first solo, with a total of 269 hits (-19). On the last day, he signed 67 shots (-5), enough to take the title in Jackson (Mississipi).
Borriol’s man achieved his 11th victory on the PGA Tour, and the first since the https://worldbets.top/en/1xbet/ 2017 Masters. Now he is seeing the light again after a long period of drought, where his game had not been at the level expected of a player from your level.
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A special victory
"It has been special after so long, with a lot of work I have won again"Sergio said with tears in his eyes as he remembered the loss of a relative due to covid19.
"The key to coming back has been to believe in your work and the people around you. I’ve gotten some things that have helped me. It’s incredible to go back to an 18th hole and win. I thank everyone who has supported me in difficult times"commented the Spanish.
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For his part, the Canarian Rafa Cabrera-Bello, finished in 46th place, with 284 hits (-4), far from the head.
Tiger Woods roared again at the Augusta Masters, his favorite ‘Big’ tournament, and was clearly in a position to fight for his fifth green jacket this Sunday, after delivering a card of 67 strokes (-5) that placed him in the top of the ranking. Woods and FInau (-11), occupy the second place, behind Molinari, solo leader (-13)
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The American started somewhat reluctant, and even made a first bogey on the fifth hole. Although, from there, his game gained carats, on a day when the greens were very receptive, and he began to add consecutive birdies at 6.7 and 8.
After taking air in the first three of the second round, he returned to rage with accurate shots to the flag that led him to add more birdies at 13, 15 and 16, to be at the top of the classification and dazzling the thousands of fans who followed him in Augusta.
Although in a day of great results, many players joined the party on this sunny Saturday. And one of them was the Italian Francesco Molinari, who took the lead alone, with -13, and presenting his candidacy for the green jacket, with his six birdies without failure. Without a doubt, one of the players to take into account this Sunday for his great moment of form.
On the morning session, two players stood out, Webb Simpson and Patrick Cantlay, who achieved 64-stroke laps (-8), remaining just one stroke behind Augusta’s record. Other players like Koepka (-10) Adam Scott, Xander Schauffele, Matt Kuchar or Ian Poulter (-9), were also seen at the top of the table.
And among them, the Basque Jon Rahm, who started at idle, with a bogey on hole four, which slowed him down in his progression while the rest advanced in the classification. Barrika’s was linking pairs that did not help until hole 13 where he achieved a magnificent eagle that shot him up again.
Hard for Rahm
A new birdie at 15, allowed him to close the lap among the best, and with victory options, although ahead he has very important names, who will hardly open the door to victory.
For his part, the Canarian Rafa Cabrera-Bello signed a card of 75 strokes (+3) this Saturday and reaches the fourth and last day of the Masters, the first major of the golf season, with 218 total strokes (2 over par) .
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"I have had horrible on the greens again. I have tried to search for flags to be able to recover and I have gotten in trouble"said Cabrera Bello, who has had a hard time putting on the tricky greens at Augusta National.
Golfer Tiger Woods held the Augusta National Dinner of Champions, but he did so in accordance with current sanitary regulations: quarantined.
Apr 08, 2020 at 10:58 am CEST
Woods won the Masters last year and according to tradition, every April 7 the champion of the previous year must celebrate a dinner with the participants, but this time, due to the coronavirus pandemic and the sanitary regulations that establish that it must be maintaining social distance and respecting quarantine, the golfer dined alone with his family.
Woods had his own dinner of champions, in what appears to be his home. He put on his green jacket, took out a replica of the trophy, and dined with his closest family.
It has been a nice gesture to continue keeping the Augusta National tradition alive even though the conditions for doing so are adverse. The American shared a photo with his family with a message: "Quarantine-style Masters Champions dinner. Nothing better than being with the family"
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Masters Champions Dinner quarantine style. Nothing better than being with family. pic.twitter.com/xPK769CWCf
– Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) April 7, 2020
After the definitive cancellation of the Open Championship, something that had not happened since World War II, the other three ‘Big’ tournaments of 2020 will not end up being held on the dates initially foreseen due to the crisis of the coronavirus pandemic that plagues world sport .
04/08/2020 at 17:36 CEST
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The Masters and the PGA Championship, the first Majors tournaments to come on the calendar, had already been postponed but without a specific date. The US Open, which was to be held in June, was also in jeopardy on the scheduled dates.
Everything depended on the decision that the Open Championship was going to make, scheduled for July 16-19. But the Royal’s decision&Ancient to cancel the Open 2020, created a domino effect that ended up fitting the pieces to the other three ‘Majors’, pending to be placed in the 2020 calendar.
After announcing that the Open was going directly to be held in 2021, the rectors of the other Big tournaments moved quickly, announcing the new dates in the calendar in unison. The Masters and the PGA Championship, confirmed their new dates of dispute, in the months of November and August, respectively, as long as the pandemic allows it.
The fight for the ‘green jacket’ with Woods defending title, initially scheduled for April, will now be played from November 12 to 15, while the now second ‘big’ of the campaign, originally scheduled for May (14-17 ), will be played in August, its previous month of celebration, from 6 to 9 at TPC a Park in San Francisco.
As for the US Open, previously scheduled for the week of June 15 to 21 at the Winged Foot Golf Club in Mamaroneck, New York, the USGA has rescheduled it for the week of September 14 to 20 and it is confirmed that it will remain in the same scenario.
The British Open of golf will be canceled
Harrington: "The common consensus is that the Ryder Cup will not be played without an audience"
The PGA reconfirmed that the Ryder Cup remains as originally scheduled, September 22-27 at the Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wisconsin (USA). Undoubtedly, a total turnaround of dates, in which the great victim has been the Open Championship, which remains without its 149th edition at Royal Saint George, and where it will be held in 2021.
The organizers of the Paris-Nice cycling race announced on Friday the cancellation of its last stage, scheduled for Sunday, within the framework of the current fight against the spread of the coronavirus.
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The decision has been made in agreement with the authorities, the International Cycling Union and the city of Nice, and implies that the end of the round will now take place with Saturday’s stage, which ends in Valdeblore la Colmiane.
The sixth will be held this Friday between Sorgues and Apt, with an undulating route, four second-class ports and two third-class ports in 161.5 kilometers.