‘There’s a morality to it’: Rory McIlroy turns down golf event in Saudi Arabia

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He joins 15-time significant winner Tiger Woods in not taking an invitation despite reportedly being provided a massive appearance fee, believed to be $2.5 million. The Northern Irishman explained such a championship did not”excite” him suggested Saudi Arabia’s ongoing human rights problems were also to blame. “100 percent, there is a morality for it as

Smoke from bushfires affects players at Australian Open

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Players at the Australian Open have complained of stinging eyes as smoke from bushfires around Sydney. Sydney’s air quality indicator enrolled on a par with Beijing, forcing New Zealand golfer Ryan Chisnall, who is asthmatic, to overlook a face mask. Smoke has blown over from fires which have lasted for more than a month. “It

‘Patrick Reed controversy puts big target on his back for Presidents Cup’

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Patrick Reed should practise his”shushing” following a week’s principles controversy from the Bahamas that caused the American getting a two-stroke penalty. Sports lovers are currently waiting for the Presidents Cup which begins at Royal Melbourne on Thursday for Reed, a selection in Tiger Woods’ US group. That the sporting public doesn’t hold back in generating
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