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McIlroy, Day to miss US Open cut

Erin Hills might be just what Reed needs to get back on form. All seven of his birdies came from inside 15 feet. Fowler started brightly and moved from his starting seven under to nine under at one stage of his second round, while fellow Ryder Cup star Koepka also managed to get to nine under par. Read More »

Casey overcomes triple-bogey to tie for US Open lead

And it doesn't stop there. He loved Erin Hills, a course with wide fairways between the knee-high fescue that he figured would allow him to attack. Attribute that to the Wisconsin weather. Jordan Spieth sits just inside the cut-line at even-par through 16 holes, while playing partner and defending US Open champion Dustin Johnson is flirting with a missed cut at three-over. Read More »

Scalise was close to death when he arrived at the hospital: doctor

Scalise remains in critical condition but his vital signs have stabilized and doctors have lifted sedation enough for him to respond to family members. He was lying motionless and was "coherent the whole time" when Sen. Shortly after the shooting, Bernie Sanders, the former candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, said on the Senate floor that the shooter apparently was a volunteer for his campaign a year ago. Read More »

Top Three Miss Cut At US Open As Four Others Share Lead

I guess I've just kind of always been that way. And the former Ryder Cup player then made it five birdies in succession - just one short of the US Open record equalled by Adam Hadwin on Thursday - by picking up shots on the first, second and third. Read More »

Adam Silver changes his stance on super-teams after Warriors win

But even so, the collection of talent and skill and shooting and unselfishness and dominance that defines this Warriors team is something we've never seen before. But controversial policies and outlandish statements by President Donald Trump have upset many United States professional athletes, including players from the predominantly African American NBA . Read More »

Pakistan CT final: Pacer Mohammad Amir may return to squad

If Kedar Jadhav turned the game for India, it was only after the former skipper advised Virat Kohli to try a part-timer. But he had a massive hip surgery, so muscles around that area are always vulnerable, and today also he felt a bit of stiffness in his right knee, and we decided the smart decision is to rest a guy who's playing - there's no doubt about Rohit's ability and what he brings to the team. Read More »

Irving stars as Cavs end Warriors' run


And although he's on the cusp of being swept in the Finals - for the second time - by a team unequalled in today's game, James isn't envious of the Warriors for building a super power in sneakers. "You can sense that", said James. "Obviously it's a dramatic situation to be in, but it is what it is, we've got to get ready for game four". But then you also understand the energy level that it takes in order to make that type of shot and what it demands out of your body. Read More »

US Open 2017: Who failed to make the cut at Erin Hills?

Casey laid up in the rough, took two chops to get out of more rough behind the 14th green, and staggered away with a triple-bogey 8 that might have ruined his day at Erin Hills . "To shoot a good round like today, I'm certainly looking forward to the weekend", Matsuyama said. Si Woo Kim , who sits tied for 11th and four off the lead, couldn't have been more impressive when winning the Players Championship a month ago and he's most definitely being underestimated by the market. Read More »

Fowler holds lead in first round at US Open

The 2011 U.S. Open champion missed the cut at that event with two rounds of 77-71, and this marks the third time in the last six years he won't be around for the weekend at the second major. "The better I play it's good on me". Casey insisted he was "excited" over the prospect of being in contention for his maiden major over the weekend, and he added: "I want to be near the top". Read More »

Rory McIlroy Misses Cut at 2017 US Open for 2nd Straight Year

World number two Rory McIlroy has missed the cut at the US Open for the second year running. "[There was] a tiny fraction more wind, some of the tees were farther back". The Offaly man, who has finished in the top 10 at the last two US Opens, said he was coping well with the pressure increased expectations bring. Spieth first went with an 8-iron. Read More »

Top three cut at Erin Hills in first for US Open

Authorities say the death appears to be of natural causes. No other information was provided. On typical U.S. Open greens, that would have run all the way off the back of the green. Offaly golfer Shane Lowry is right in the mix following an opening round 71 at Erin Hills in the US Open. The performance of the 23-year-old from San Diego has been no less remarkable. Read More »

Three straight bogeys drop Fowler, but only one back

He would bounce back with birdie two holes later to finish at four-under. "I really haven't been hitting the ball well as of late", Matsuyama said. He's tied with Brian Harman, Tommy Fleetwood and Paul Casey . In all, eight of the top 12 players in the world missed the cut, including Henrik Stenson , Alex Noren , Jon Rahm , Justin Rose and Adam Scott . Overnight leader Rickie Fowler is a shot-back in a tie for fourth at six-under. Read More »

Jared Montgomery Looks Like a Find For The Yankees

Carrasco (6-3) was pulled after Todd Frazier's two-run double cut Cleveland's lead to one. ST. PETERBURG, Fla. - Tampa Bay tied a season-high with five home runs, Alex Cobb went six strong innings, and the Rays beat the Oakland Athletics. Read More »

Casey has rough 14 hole, falls down leaderboard

Hideki Matsuyama had a solid showing at the Masters in April. "It's going to be a fun weekend", he said. What Fowler does have going for him is that he's lost a bunch of majors. Four years after Justin Rose ended a 43-year wait for an English victor, Paul Casey and Tommy Fleetwood headed into the third round of the US Open at Erin Hills in a four-way tie for the lead. Read More »

Warriors' run just beginning but how long can it go?

He walked away from a city, shoot, an entire state that treasured him, and a franchise committed and close to winning a title, to join an all-star team nearly guaranteed a championship. Everybody for the last 10 years knew how good he was, but until you break through and win that first championship, there's always still something there. Read More »

How Eoin Morgan justifies England defeat vs Pakistan

I feel Hassan Ali, who has had a superb tournament so far, will be the biggest threat and for India , Kohli and MS Dhoni will hold the key with the bat. He said that Bangladesh have improved in terms of skill and technique. Hardik went for a few in his first three, so we wanted to give him a bit of a break and cover up overs through Kedar, and with one left-hander batting, we knew he had the ability to get in two, three, dot balls every over. Read More »

Waqar lashes out at England skipper Morgan for pitch complaint


Bayliss, who took charge in the summer of 2015, following England's embarrassing group stage exit at the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, was more sanguine about the exit despite his team's most laboured effort with the bat since they threw caution to the wind two years ago. Read More »

Pakistan ready to change history

Given that Bhuvneshwar Kumar, India's most successful bowler, has taken six wickets so far, it will take something special to stop Hasan from finishing as the leading wicket-taker in a tournament featuring the world's top eight one-day worldwide sides. Read More »

Fowler proves human, makes bogey at US Open

Casey, who fired a 66 on the first day, began his round on the 10th hole and after a birdie at 11, went bogey, par, triple bogey, bogey to slump to four-over. Casey laid up in the rough, took two chops to get out of more rough behind the 14th green, and staggered away with a triple-bogey 8 that might have ruined his day at Erin Hills. Read More »

Does Champions Trophy 2017 a Fathers Day Gift?


Shikhar Dhawan, who scored a quickfire 34-ball 46, tweeted: "Consecutive finals it is!" Obviously, if you reach the finals, you have to play some good cricket , and credit to them, they have turned around things for themselves really well. Read More »

Day, Scott among big-name US Open exits

They know the Abbotsford, B.C., native as a magician with his putter. The world number two hit just five fairways to tie for last in the 156-man field in that category as a record 44 players broke par on day one, surpassing the previous best of 39 at Medinah in 1990. Read More »

Fowler eyes US Open lead as McIlroy, Day head for exit

I enjoyed the walk", he said. "I had been swinging it well, and it felt really, really good a couple of holes later to be picking the ball out of the hole for a birdie". You've got 156 of the best players in the world here. "The biggest thing about this course is that the fairways are massive", he said. When you're trying to aim at a target usually at a normal golf course, with normal width fairways, there's some pressure in hitting the fairway. Read More »

Andy Murray 'fired up' by 'strange' time violation at French Open

He told Eurosport: "Obviously, we played at the US Open and that was five sets, a match that got away from me a little bit, so I need to learn a bit from that". "I served well and opened up the court", said Halep. "I think today was probably the best I have played overall", Murray said. Fourth round: No. Read More »

Kiki dumped, Bacsinszky meets Ostapenko in semis

Meanwhile Bacsinszky is continuing with her dream return to the sport. Bacsinszky overcame raucous support for Kiki Mladenovic to advance to her second Roland Garros semi-final 6-4 6-4 before unseeded Ostapenko rattled Caroline Wozniacki with a 4-6 6-2 6-2 success. Read More »