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Throwback Thursday: Duel at Firestone

Welcome to Throwback Thursday, where we take a look at what was happening this week in golf history. In this episode, we remember Stuart Appleby’s 59, celebrate the birthday of Graeme McDowell and recap the duel at Firestone between Tiger Woods and Jim Furyk. More Throwback Thursday: - Throwback Thursday: Champagne and a Movie- Throwback Thursday: Royal Liverpool Champions- Throwback...
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Severe Weather Halts FedEx St. Jude Classic

Play at the FedEx St. Jude Classic has been suspended due to inclement weather, and for good reason. Torrential downpour and high winds have caused a mess on the course, knocking over fencing and flooding the course. A few players have been playing the part of storm chaser during the weather delay, giving fans updates from the course.Looks like we’re just going to hang out and...
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June 06, 2014  |  Discuss

PGA Tour: FedEx Cup playoff update

Can Tiger stay healthy? The Barclay’s produced a surprise winner in Adam Scott this past weekend when he came from behind and shot a final round 66. Aside from the final groups collapsing to allow Scott to backdoor his way to victory, I was surprised at how Tiger Woods fell to his knees after pulling a shot on 13 into the drink. It makes me wonder whether or not Woods is really...
August 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Appleby's game suffers after his 59

Where have you gone, Stuart Appleby? The 41-year-old Australian, once one of the steadiest players in the game, has virtually disappeared since he shot a 59 in the final round to win the inaugural Greenbrier Classic two years ago for his ninth PGA Tour victory. "It was really a crumbling wreck, my game," said Appleby, who will be back on the Old White TPC Course this...
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July 03, 2012  |  Discuss

Appleby (back) withdraws from Aussie Masters

Defending champion Stuart Appleby has withdrawn from the Australian Masters because of a lingering back injury.
December 15, 2011  |  Discuss

Back issue forces Appleby out of Aussie Masters

Defending champion Stuart Appleby has withdrawn from the Australian Masters due to a back injury.
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December 15, 2011  |  Discuss

Appleby out of Aussie Masters with back injury

Defending champion Stuart Appleby has withdrawn from the Australian Masters due to a back injury. Appleby shot a 1-under 70 in the opening round at Victoria Golf Club on Thursday, five strokes off the lead. He said he decided before teeing off for the second round on Friday that his injury was too painful for him to continue. The Australian said earlier in the week that with rest...
Via AP on Fox
December 15, 2011  |  Discuss

Appleby in doubt for Australian Masters

Defending champion Stuart Appleby is in doubt for this week' Australian Masters due to a nagging back injury. Appleby said Tuesday that his back had become so painful it had ruined his swing and made practice difficult. He said he hoped rest and treatment over the next two days would enable him to tee off Thursday at the Victoria Golf Club, but may need to withdraw. Appleby...
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December 13, 2011  |  Discuss
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