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The Sports Archives – Most Expensive Golf Courses In America!
Ranking golf courses can be difficult, but using the price tag is often a great way to differentiate decent courses from excellent ones. The country’s most prestigious and high quality courses are often the most expensive ones. The luxury that … Continue reading
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The Sports Archives – The Highest Paid Golfers!
When thinking about high paid athletes, your mind turns to the likes of baseball star Alex Rodriguez, basketball star Kobe Bryant, tennis star Roger Federer, football star Drew Brees and soccer star David Beckham. In fact, according to Forbes 2013 … Continue reading
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The Sports Archives – The 5 Most Gorgeous Country Clubs In America!
In the US, there are a number of beautiful country clubs. If you want to explore those clubs which are the best of the best, check out these five locations: 1. Firestone Country Club Originally opened in 1915, this beautifully … Continue reading
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The Sports Archives – The Evolution of Golf Clubs!
Golf, a game that dates back hundreds of years, has one of the more fascinating histories of any sport. Seeing the way that talent, rules and sport have changed in order to better suit the times, is remarkable. One of … Continue reading
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The Sports Archives – Rory McIlroy: History As A Golfer!
Claiming he hit his first golf ball when he was two years old, Rory McIlroy has surprised PGA fans everywhere. In 2005, he won the West Ireland Championship and the Irish Close Championships. He was the youngest competitor ever to … Continue reading
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The Sports Archives – Masters 2013 – Four Tough Competitors That Fell To Adam Scott!
Spring is here, and for many of us that only means one thing: the Masters. And with the PGA tour heating up long before the weather, we are sure to be in for a real treat come April. Betting has … Continue reading
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The Sports Archives – Tiger Woods: History As A Golfer!
Sometimes it seems like Tiger Woods was born holding a golf club in his hands. This is not too far of a stretch. Ever since he was a child, Woods played golf with his father. And by the time he … Continue reading
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The Sports Archives – Do Male Or Female Golfers Make More Money?
The divide between male and female athletics can be almost insurmountable in some sports. For example, it is doubtful that a woman will ever play even a minute in the National Basketball League even with the growth of female youth … Continue reading
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The Sports Archives – Lefty Nefty: Left Handers in the Golf World!
There aren’t a whole lot of left-handers in the world of professional golf. Maybe this shouldn’t be too surprising when we consider that only about ten percent of the world population is left-handed. Add to that fact the number of … Continue reading
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