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Warren best placed Scot at US PGA

Warren best placed Scot at US PGA

Marc Warren is the best placed Scot going into Sunday's final round of the US PGA, following his third-round 66 at Valhalla on Saturday. Warren was five under par for the day and overall leaving him tied for 23rd with Ernie Els, Alexander Ley, ... BBC, 1 month ago
Scot Gallacher joint-15th at Open BBC, 1 month ago

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Storm force Warren joins Dredge in Denmark Open lead

The Scot hit eight birdies for a 66 while overnight leader Dredge recovered from a bogey at the par four 15th with a birdie three at the 17th for a two over par 73, putting him alongside Warren on six under for the tournament. Even driving here ... month ago Warren Dredge lead EPGAs Danish Open  Big News Network1 month ago Warren and Dredge lead  Howzit MSN1 month ago Warren, Dredge lead EPGA's Danish Open  MSN New Zealand1 month ago
Business Insider

Ryder Cup wildcard challenge for McGinley and Watson

/AFP/File Warren Little European Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinely talks to the media during a press conference on August 6, 2014 in Louisville, Kentucky Paris (AFP) - Ryder Cup captains Paul McGinley and Tom Watson take centre stage on Tuesday ...
 Business Insider2 weeks ago Gary Murphy on Paul McGinley's selection headache ahead of next month's Ryder Cup  Irish Mirror2 weeks ago Warren discounts Ryder Cup call-up  BBC1 month ago Wonderful Warren seals Danish win  The Sports Campus1 month ago

WARREN KINSELLA · Scots have stars in their eyes

Scotland, heed the wise words of the guy who bites the heads off chickens. You know, Alice Cooper. According to urban legend, the rock star once bit the head off of a chicken. Reportedly, Alice then went on to play golf with former Republican ...
 Sun News1 day ago
Glasgow Sunday Mail

Club Noir boss Tina Warren says John Barrowman's gay kiss in Glasgow 2014 opening ceremony wasn't long enough

THE burlesque doyenne is hoping their special Commonwealth night this weekend will help open the eyes of visitors to female equality. BURLESQUE boss Tina Warren has a problem with the gay kiss that kicked off the Commonwealth Games it wasn't ...
 Glasgow Sunday Mail1 month ago
Daily Sports Car

British GT: Donington Park, GT3 Race Report

It all looked so simple going into the final day of the 2014 Avon Tyres British GT Championship. Marco Attard led the standings by a country mile and could only lose if the one remaining contender the #4 Oman Racing Aston Martin of Ahmad Al Harthy ...
 Daily Sports Car4 hours ago British GT: Donington Park, Saturday Morning Notes  Daily Sports Car4 days ago

The Press Roundup

A brief summary of Wednesday"s main business headlines... Extensive coverage the increasing pressure on sterling, the Phones 4u blame game, Betfair pays out on Scottish independence 'No' vote, ASOS share price nosedive and much more⬦ FINANCIAL ...
 MoneyAM18 hours ago

The vote that could change the world

Video Video Image Celebs speak up in Scottish independence debate 1:28 Play video With Scotland's independence referendum imminent the debate has drawn a range of opinions from celebrities, including Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling, Sean Connery ...
 Herald Sun1 day ago

Three things that drove the Canadian dollar above 91¢

Loonie rises The Canadian dollar topped the 91-cent mark today, driven by events in Beijing, Washington and Ottawa. These events happened to occur, by the way, on the day that Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz declared that trying to control ...
 Globe and Mail1 day ago

The vote that could change the world

Polls show the vote is on a knife edge. Pic: Getty. Source: ITS a vote that could change the world as we know it — in more ways than one. On Thursday, 4.3 million Scots will head to the polls to decide whether to severe their country's ...
 Herald Sun1 day ago
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