Patrick Reed came to the 18th tee at Pebble Beach on Friday evening at even-par for the tournament, in a tie for 32nd place. He left the 18th green with one of his wedges snapped into two pieces.
Reed made a mess of the par-5 18th from tee to green, and put himself in a tough position by missing the fairway with a drive. Reed flew the green with his third shot, and then ended up in thick rough on the other side after a poor recovery. Needing to hole out to save par, Reed’s shot traveled just five feet and came to rest in the rough, and he responded by snapping his club over his leg.
Everton ‘can soon close’ incoming transfer – Things edging Toffees way
Tuesday July 30, 2019
Another day, and another round of Moise Kean claims from the Italian media. First up is the grand old Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport and they sound pretty confident on behalf of a transfer to Everton. Juventus are clearing the decks ahead of more potential incomings, and for some weeks Kean has been pushed forward […]
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Patrick Reed with a frustrating end to his round. #USOpen pic.twitter.com/L6I3wsHw77
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Guido Carrillo moved to Southampton from AS Monaco in January 2018 and less than six months later was loaned out to Leganes. The forward has returned to St Mary’s Stadium, and earlier this month AS reported Mauricio Pellegrino’s side wanted to sign him on another loan spell. However, the Saints were only looking for a permanent transfer as […]
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All of a sudden, Reed needed to get up and down from the rough just to avoid missing the cut. He managed to hack out to three feet and made the putt to drop to 2-over par with a double-bogey 7. Had Reed made a triple bogey, he would have missed the weekend.
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“My priority is to stay” – Leicester City player not thinking about another loan
Tuesday July 30, 2019
Not wanted by Claude Puel at King Power Stadium at the start of last season, Islam Slimani was shipped off to Fenerbahce were things didn’t go that well for him, to put it nicely. Shunned towards the end of the season, the Algerian still managed to make it into his country’s squad for the Africa […]
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