The homemade training aid Louis Oosthuizen is using at the U.S. Open

Welcome to Play Smart, a game-improvement column that drops every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from Game Improvement Editor Luke Kerr-Dineen to help you play smarter, better golf. Today, we’re talking about U.S. Open first round co-leader Louis Oosthuizen. What I love about golfers is that at the heart of it,...
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Day 2 of Wichita Open in full swing

WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) - It’s day 2 of the Wichita Open, a golf tournament on the Korn Ferry Tour. The event will be played at Crestview Country Club, a staple since 2000. “The Korn Ferry Tour continues to play a massive role in delivering a pipeline of future stars to the PGA Tour on a consistent basis. Today’s announcement is another step in ensuring the Tour will continue to attract the best young talent while providing higher-quality playing opportunities for the entire membership,” said Korn Ferry Tour President Alex Baldwin.
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Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood Reopens June 26

Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood Reopens June 26, Tickets are on Sale Now!. One of our favorite places to visit is finally reopening! If you have never been to Warner Bros Studios in Hollywood and are any level of a movie fan, you will definitely want to schedule a visit. If you have been before well you know that the tour is always changing and they just announced they are allowing guests 5 and older to now visit. Check out what’s waiting for you and if you are a So Cal resident they have a deal on tickets being offered on select days.
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Ineos announce their full Tour de France 2021 squad

Ineos have announced their eight-man squad for this year's Tour de France. Geraint Thomas is of course on the start list - how else are they going to achieve their aim of delivering the Welshman a second yellow jersey without his name on their roster?. But here are the seven...
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U.S. Open 2021: In 13 years between Torrey Pines Opens, (almost) everything about golf has changed

LA JOLLA, Calif.—The vagabond nature of major championships often presents us with an opportunity for reflection. Last month’s return of the PGA Championship to the Ocean Course offered a meditation on how Rory McIlroy has evolved since his previous win there, just as last year’s U.S. Open at Winged Foot threw into sharp relief Phil Mickelson’s defining frustrations at the national championship.

Julian Alaphilippe reveals his key objective for Tour de France 2021

Julian Alaphilippe is heading to the 2021 Tour de France with a spring in his step after some strong displays in his return to racing at the Tour de Suisse last week. The world champion did not manage a stage win but that was partly due to the imperious form of Dutch champion Mathieu van der Poel (Alpecin-Fenix), however, Alaphilippe (Deceuninck - Quick-Step) did show he has good form in the legs in time for the Tour.

PGA Tour Latinoamérica tour will resume play this weekend after caddie death

After the death of Colombian caddie Jose Edgar Preciado, PGA Tour Latinoamérica issued a statement saying the Holcim Colombia Classic will go on this weekend. The statement reads: "This afternoon, following second-round play at the Holcim Colombia Classic presented by Volvo in Bucaramanga, Colombia, Jose Edgar Preciado, a Colombian caddie, suffered a fatal heart attack. Preciado was inside the onsite hotel at the Country Club of Bucaramanga when he collapsed. Paramedics responded and administered emergency treatment, but Preciado was pronounced dead at 4:58 p.m., local time. After consultation with all tournament stakeholders, PGA Tour Latinoamérica officials made the decision to continue the competition. PGA Tour Latinoamérica extends its sincere sympathy to Preciado’s family, and the Tour plans to honor Preciado on Saturday."

Dlamini to become first black South African rider on Tour de France

Nicholas Dlamini will become the first black South African to race the Tour de France when this race gets under way on June 26 after Qhubeka included the 25-year-old Cape Towner on their team roster Friday. Dlamini has come through the UCI's World Cycling Centre Africa at Potchefstroom to cut...
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Chess: National solving championship opens for entries from Britain

This week’s puzzle is the opening round of a national contest where Guardian readers traditionally perform strongly and in numbers. You have to work out how White, playing as usual up the board, can force checkmate in two moves, however Black defends. The puzzle is the first stage of the...
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When is Naomi Osaka’s docuseries on Netflix out?

NAOMI Osaka, named the 2020 Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year, is one of the top tennis players in the world. Osaka - who is sitting out Wimbledon after withdrawing from the French Open - is the subject of an upcoming Netflix docuseries. When is Naomi Osaka's docuseries on...

Bob Jungels will miss Tour de France to undergo surgery, 'relieved' to have found problem affecting performance

Bob Jungels will miss out on both the Tour de France and Tokyo Olympic Games as he undergoes surgery for an issue that's hampered his performances for the past three seasons. After the Ag2r Citroën rider struggled with recurring pain at the recent Tour de Suisse, medical examinations pointed to a vascular issue. Therefore, the 28-year-old will have iliac artery surgery in the coming days to deal with the endofibrosis, a narrowing of the arteries, which he's suffering from.
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Brandon McNulty: The Tour de France call-up

When Brandon McNulty went clear over the summit of the Jaizkebel climb during this year's Tour of the Basque Country, he didn’t just ride into the leader’s jersey; he also rode into UAE Team Emirates’ Tour de France squad. The 23-year-old American wasn’t able to win the testing Basque stage...
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The Early Save-Green-Reading-Book Arguments Need Work

Kudos to Jim Stracka for speaking and GolfDigest.com’s Daniel Rapaport for disclosing the magazine’s partnership with Stracka Line in this story about the surprise green reading book news. The bad news? The arguments against require taking on the PGA Tour, not the big bad governing bodis, and assume the books...