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The Greenbrier resort may not host the PGA Tour due to heavy torrent

The Greenbrier resort may not host the PGA Tour due to heavy torrent

The Greenbrier resort went under water this week. Just Thirteen days back, the PGA Tour is set to make a stop at the West Virginia course.

After the incident, Governor Earl Ray Tomblin declared a State Emergency for moist counties in the state after a series of squalls this week that has caused two people dead.

Grace is the last golfer to have pulled out of Rio for Zika

Grace is the last golfer to have pulled out of Rio for Zika

Brenden Grace also has decided to pull out of forthcoming Rio Olympics. And the reason is that fear factor of zika virus. Grace has been the highest ranked golfer in South Africa. And he is ranked number eleven in the World presently.

Graeme McDowell has left off the Irish Olympic golf team in the Rio Olympics

Graeme McDowell has left off the Irish Olympic golf team in the Rio Olympics

Former US Open champ Graeme McDowell has loosened the occasion to replace Rory McIlroy in the Ireland team for the Rio Olympics in this summer.

The World’s 694th ranked golfer designs to win the Major in his first go

The World’s 694th ranked golfer designs to win the Major in his first go

Andrew Landry, the world's 694th ranked golfer, with an esoteric luck has clicked an opening 18 holes and enters in the final day of the US Open. His two bunkers and four drop shots in a three hole stretched him on the front nine of the second round.

The course has been dotted with more than Two Hundred sand traps and extolled by many as America's most difficult playground. The 28-year old American based golfer stood firm and went 3-under coming in including consecutive birdies on 17th and 18th. He then moved to 3-under for the championship through Thirty Six holes.

With Sun exposing itself, world’s 624th Laundry shines in US Open golf

With Sun exposing itself, world’s 624th Laundry shines in US Open golf

The golfers, participating in the US Open championship at Oakmont golf course, finally seemed to be relieved after being able to finish a round at least. They could at least move on the grass, saturated by overflow of rain for last couple of days. But it was not all the golfers who had watched the heavy downpour through the windows. A group of golfers, not sitting idle, were seen busy in such an action which is unfathomable.

Jason Day says determination is the key even in adverse weather condition in Oakmont

Jason Day says determination is the key even in adverse weather condition in Oakmont

The forecast on Oakmont does not seem inspiring. There can be heavy rain and thunderstorms and the forecast has precisely been made that this turbulent weather that has already begun on Wednesday in the ongoing US Open can even be consistent for the forthcoming days.

Mike Davis cools down the pre-match atmosphere of the US Open

Mike Davis cools down the pre-match atmosphere of the US Open

USGA have pushed the Oakmont Country Club to tell that, this course is not different from other courses in the world. The competitors have claimed that the US Open field would be the toughest among all and hard to compete. The claim will raise eyebrows among those who believe the United States Golf Association predictably toughens up the competition in the second major of each year.

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