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  1. Peter Lucas: Emperor Barack following in Nero's foostepsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Lowell Sun

    ... on a harp, known back then as a cithara. Emperor Nero had a passion for music. He loved music the way our emperor loves golf. He loved the harp, or the cithara, the way Emperor Barack loves his Big Bertha. Roman historians record how Nero hosted ...

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  2. Rory McIlroy poses with baby kangaroo in SydneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Daily Mail

    Rory McIlroy took a giant leap towards dominating the golfing world by winning the Australian Open last year, so it was fitting that he posed with a baby kangaroo on his return to Sydney on Tuesday. McIlroy endured a dismal year for most of 2013 but is back Down Under looking to defend the title which kick-started his stunning resurgence - the Northern Irishman claimed two majors this year, starred at the Ryder Cup and is the undisputed world No 1. 'Great to be back defending the Australian Open and the Australian Golf Club is looking amazing,' said McIlroy on Twitter as he posed for a picture with a Joey in Sydney Harbour.

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  3. Is Distance Really That Important for Amateurs?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Sand Trap

    He understood very well that there is an optimal distance and it would have been counter-productive to attempt to go beyond the optimal. Some courses like Augusta where there is hardly any rough, the optimal distance is much longer and players like Bubba Watson have an advantage.

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  4. Chris Como: 3 Things You Can Learn from Tiger's New InstructorRead the original story

    Tuesday | The Sand Trap

    Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher Chris Como is Tiger Woods' latest swing instructor . He's also a student of biomechanics, which seeks to quantify the mechanical factors that lead to excellence in athletic performance.

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  5. Louis Oosthuizen looks set for a good 2015 at 100/1Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Sporting Life

    This time 12 months ago there was probably still a slight element of doubt about what sort of 2014 Rory McIlroy would have. Two majors, a World Golf Championship and the BMW PGA Championship later, the 25-year-old answered the question in emphatic fashion to win both the PGA Tour Money List and the Race To Dubai.

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  6. Evans: Sifford takes spot among golf's greatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | ESPN

    ... the 1964 Civil Rights Act and the '65 Voting Rights Act, was a reminder of the how far the country and the game of golf have come since the social turbulence of the 1960s. There was a black president, born the same year as the Caucasian-only clause ...

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  7. vnnews@vnagency.com.vnRead the original story

    Tuesday | VietNam News

    Vietnamese badminton player Nguyen Tien Minh defeated Lopez Andres 21-8, 21-10 in the first round of the Yonex OCBC US open GPG badminton tournament yesterday in California, the US. Hordes of fans flocked to the Quan Ngua Sports Palace here yesterday to witness the opening of the National Sport Games' basketball event Phan Thi Lieu of Vinh Binh Rice-An Giang won the second stage of the International Women's Cycling Tournament yesterday.

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  8. SPOTY at the Hydro: McIlroy is early favouriteRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Evening Times

    Rory McIlroy and Lewis Hamilton will battle it out to win the prestigious BBC Sports Personality of the Year award after being confirmed among this year's shortlist of 10 contenders. Double major winner McIlroy is a heavy odds-on favourite to become the first golfer to win the award since Nick Faldo in 1989, having also helped Europe to Ryder Cup success.

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  9. The Australian Open's leading chancesRead the original story

    Tuesday | ISeeekGolf

    The match-up between the world number one and three Rory McIlroy and Adam Scott, at this week's Emirate Australian Open has been one of the most anticipated in Australian golf for quite some time. Last year it was as if McIlroy had shot Bambi when he gazumped Scott on the final hole at Royal Sydney to end the Australian's dream of a triple crown after Scott had captured the Australian PGA and Australian Masters titles in the weeks preceding the Australian Open.

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  10. Violets play strong despite DI, DIII opponentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Washington Square News

    The NYU wrestling team competed at the New York State Collegiate Championships on Nov. 23 at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. Featuring schools from both NCAA Division I and Division III, the tournament pitted the Violets against some of the top teams in the country, including Cornell and Hofstra University.

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  11. Dressage star Dujardin shortlisted for BBC Sports Personality of the YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Enfield Independent

    Enfield dressage star Charlotte Dujardin has been nominated for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award after a stellar 2014. The 29-year-old won double gold at the World Equestrian Games in Normandy earlier this year and also helped win team silver, capping a memorable year which has already seen her crowned as Sunday Times/Sky Sports sportswoman of the year.

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  12. Upper Peninsula golfer hitsaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Naples Daily News

    An average golf swing is upwards of 80 mph, and the swinging motion itself contains hundreds of variables that dictate where the ball is headed upon impact from the club. The unpredictable outcome of each stroke makes the game impossible to master.

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  13. Ten things about money I wish I'd known at age 18Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | This Is Money

    Financial education is finally being added to the curriculum in schools and, as part of the effort to help young people become more savvy about money, we're running a series of articles asking experts what lessons, with the benefit of their experience, they would give their younger selves. Andy Nevett, a financial planner for Freedom Financial Planning in High Peak, Derbyshire - has been running workshops with 18-year-old rugby players about financial planning and budgeting for life after rugby.

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  14. Thumbnail imageRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | This is South Wales

    Footballer Gareth Bale is one of the 10 sportsmen and women who have been shortlisted for the 2014 BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award. Joined by the likes of golfer Rory McIlroy, F1 driver Lewis Hamilton and boxer Carl Froch, this year's nominees will face the judgement of an expert panel of athletes - including Olympic swimmer Rebecca Adlington and Welsh paralympian Tanni-Grey Thompson - along with representatives from the media and BBC heads.

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  15. Race, not RacingRead the original story

    Tuesday | Longrider

    Yesterday Lewis Hamilton became the first British driver in more than 40 years to win the Formula One drivers' championship twice. It was a year in which he won 11 of the 19 races, and sealed the title with victory in Abu Dhabi .

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  16. Obama to award Presidential Medal of FreedomRead the original story

    Tuesday | The Navajo Times

    The distinguished group receiving a Presidential Medal of Freedom includes actress Meryl Streep, Ethel Kennedy, widow of the late Sen. Robert Kennedy, singer-songwriter Stevie Wonder and Rep. John Dingell, a Michigan Democrat and the longest-serving member of Congress. Dingell is retiring at the end of the year.

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  17. Euan McLean: Teenage sensation Lydia Ko will soon find out the harsh realities of the pro gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Daily Record

    ... out of kindergarten. On Sunday New Zealand prodigy Lydia Ko netted the largest single payday in the history of women's golf - $500,000 for winning The Tour Championship plus a $1million bonus for finishing the year top of the LPGA Order of Merit. ...

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  18. Rory set for Scott showdownRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Sky Sports

    Adam Scott will be looking for revenge over Rory McIlroy when the two stars battle it out in this week's Australian Open in Sydney. World no 1 McIlroy won this title 12 months ago when edging out Scott with a birdie on the 18th hole, and said it paved the way for his superb 2015 when he re-established himself as the best player in golf with victories in the Open Championship and the US PGA Championship.

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  19. Japan Tour plays penultimate 2014 eventRead the original story

    Tuesday | ISeeekGolf

    The A$2.4 million Casio World Open, the second to last event of the Japan Golf Tour season, gets underway in the Kochi Kuroshio Golf Club in Kochi on the island of Shikoku this Thursday. Last week's winner of the Dunlop Phoenix, Hideki Matsuyama would have been the defending champion but he is not in this week's field.

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  20. Golf tournament held to raise money for scholarshipRead the original story

    Tuesday | Daily Trojan

    The family of Sam Levine and the Sigma Chi fraternity hosted a golf tournament on Nov. 15 at Brookside Golf Club in order to raise money for a scholarship dedicated to Levine, a student and member of the fraternity who died in Mexico during spring break in 2013. Current members of Sigma Chi and their alumni were invited to attend the event.

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