Several golf companies have stepped up to help those in need during the coronavirus outbreak by developing face-masks at their production facilities. The growing list includes Seamus Golf, Summit Golf Brands, Foray Golf, IS Golf and Rhoback. Outside of golf, a collection of 24 brands have come together to launch an initiative called Brands For
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1:03 PM ET A Tiger Woods–Phil Mickelson match that would include other players has been in the works for some time, but the coronavirus pandemic has put scheduling such an event on hold and it has yet to receive PGA Tour approval. Mickelson acknowledged the possibility on Twitter Sunday when he responded to a user
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12:14 PM ET Associated Press The Irish Open has become the latest European Tour golf event to be postponed because of the coronavirus outbreak. The tournament was scheduled for May 28-31. There will now be no play on the tour until June at the earliest. The next possible tournament is the Trophee Hassan II in
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4:14 PM ET Phil Mickelson hinted on Twitter that another “Match” with Tiger Woods is in the works. What’s unclear is if he was referring to hyped big-money encounter such as the one in November of 2018 in Las Vegas, where Mickelson claimed a $9-million “winner take all” purse; or something more modest, that would
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Leading premium golf apparel brand Galvin Green has introduced its biggest ever range of high-performance clothing aimed at young golfers for the 2020 season. The new Galvin Green Junior collection features more than 20 garments designed to appeal to golfers between the ages of 9-15 who are serious about their game. The range covers everything
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5:56 PM ET More than 115 different athletes, coaches and sports personalities from 13 different countries have joined together to raise money for a COVID-19 response fund aimed at providing assistance for individuals fighting the global pandemic. Simone Biles, Mark Cuban, Stephen Curry, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Tony Hawk, Rose LaVelle, Jack Nicklaus, Michael Phelps, David
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After a few weeks of disappointing news, college golfers finally are catching a break. On Monday, the NCAA Division I Council voted to approve an extra year of eligibility for all spring-sport athletes after previously canceling the remainder of spring competitions due to COVID-19 concerns. As part of the decision, schools will be responsible for
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