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Chalmers leads Australian Open; McIlroy shares second

By PGA Tour News on Fri, Nov 28 2014 2:16 PM

SYDNEY (AP) -- Two-time former champion Greg Chalmers took a one-stroke lead Friday at the Australian Open after a 5-under 66, while marquee attractions Rory McIlroy and Adam Scott weren't far behind on a tough day for scoring. Chalmers had seven birdies in his second round to move to 5-under 137 after 36 holes. Defending champion McIlroy played in difficult afternoon conditions at The Australian Golf Club and he persevered for an up-and-down 69 to be in a group tied for second. Scott and American Jordan Spieth played together in calmer morning conditions and Spieth (72) was in a group tied for sixth, two behind. Scott, who moved from potential cut to contention with a 66, was three strokes behind. After two rounds, there were only 16 players under par. The group of four tied with McIlroy included American Conrad Shindler, who shot 68. Last year, Schindler donated all his $15,000 prize money from his first win as a pro on a U.S. developmental tour to a relief fund for victims of...



Several top players have 2014 to remember

By LPGA News & Entertainment on Fri, Nov 28 2014 6:39 AM

Stacy Lewis, Lydia Ko, Inbee Park and Michelle Wie may have grabbed most of the headlines this season, but a number of the LPGA’s other top players had amazing 2014 campaigns.



Lawrie gives back to the game with Euro event

By Golf Week on Tue, Nov 25 2014 4:34 PM
Golf would be in much better shape if every tour pro had the same attitude as Paul Lawrie. It’s debatable whether any current tour pro gives more back to the game than the 1999 Open Champion. Golf would be in much better shape if every tour pro had the same attitude as Paul Lawrie. It’s debatable whether any current tour pro gives more back to the game than the 1999 Open Champion.


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