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Golf: US Masters

Golf-Masters champion Garcia to play Australian PGA

U. S. Masters champion Sergio Garcia will play in Australia for the first time in seven years at the Australian PGA championship on the Gold Coast later this year, organisers said on Thursday.
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

Golf-Spieth backs up his swagger with impressive first round

The 23-year-old former U. S. Masters and U. S. Open winner carded a bogey-free round in tricky, but not treacherous, conditions.
DNA

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News video: Garcia to play British Masters

Garcia to play British Masters 01:33

US Masters Champion Sergio Garcia has announced he will play at the British Masters at Close House in September
Source: Sky Sports UK -

News video: GW Slice: Masters week round-up

GW Slice: Masters week round-up 01:50

We bring you a round-up of reaction to Sergio Garcia's magical Masters triumph and some of the other weird and wonderful goings on last week at Augusta National Golf Club
Source: Golf (IMG) -

News video: Golfer Sergio Garcia poses in green jacket atop the Empire State Building

Golfer Sergio Garcia poses in green jacket atop the Empire State Building 00:53

Golf's new major champion, Sergio Garcia, poses in his Masters green jacket a day after he beat England's Justin Rose in a playoff to win the U.S. Masters in Augusta, Georgia.
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News video: US Masters 2017: Sergio Garcia wins after playoff

US Masters 2017: Sergio Garcia wins after playoff 01:01

It took 74 attempts, but Spain's Sergio Garcia finally won the US Masters. Garcia won his first major title after beating England's Justin Rose in the playoffs. It was a dramatic ending, Both players..
Source: Wibbitz Studio -

News video: Bags 4 Birdies delivery from Louis Oosthuizen

Bags 4 Birdies delivery from Louis Oosthuizen 00:45

Former Open Champion Louis Oosthuizen sends a set of junior golf clubs to a young golfer benefiting from UPS' Bags 4 Birdies initiative
Source: Golf (IMG) -

 

Golf-Johnson feeling back to his best ahead of Birkdale challenge

World number one Dustin Johnson believes he is entering the British Open close to his best again after recovering from the injury he suffered prior to the U. S. Masters in April.
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India
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