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Lee Westwood makes na├»ve ‘sport and politics’ remark on the eve of the first LIV series event in London

On the eve of the inaugural LIV Golf Series in St Albans today, Lee Westwood expressed his view that sport and politics should not mix. In doing so Westwood may have trivialised the actions of murderous and corrupt regimes who have used sport as a vehicle for propaganda, incitement of hatred, and ‘sportswashing’.

Mickelson joins the LIV Golf Invitational Series amid increasing speculation of money problems, while Dustin Johnson joins Kevin Na in resigning his PGA Tour membership

Phil Mickelson has joined the LIV Tour and will participate in the inaugural event at The Centurion Club in St Albans which gets underway on Thursday. In a statement released on social media, Mickelson, expressed remorse for comments made in April this year about the Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA). In an interview with golf writer… Read More »Mickelson joins the LIV Golf Invitational Series amid increasing speculation of money problems, while Dustin Johnson joins Kevin Na in resigning his PGA Tour membership

Zalatoris and Pereira lead the way at the US PGA

In much calmer afternoon conditions at Southern Hills, Will Zalatoris (65) and Mito Pereira (64) put on a display of glorious golf to cruise to the top of the leaderboard at -9 and -8 respectively. Zalatoris hit arguably the shot of the day at the 17th. After splatting his tee shot into the right hand rough, Zalatoris demonstrated his power and creativity with a high fade over the trees to seven feet out of heavy rough.

Justin Thomas shoots 67 at the US PGA to move into the lead

Justin Thomas moved a shot ahead of Rory McIlroy after registering an excellent 67 at Southern Hills.

Rory McIlroy makes a fast start at Southern Hills

After a succession of slow starts in the majors, Rory McIlroy has started the USPGA at Southern Hills like a golfer with something to prove. Starting his round on the 10th hole, four straight birdies on 12, 13, 14 and 15 launched McIlroy to the top of the leaderboard, where he has remained since.

Cameron Young: more than capable of winning his first major this week

U.S. golfer, Cameron Young could have the pedigree to win a major in his first year on the PGA Tour. Having failed to miss the cut in his major debut at The Masters, the 25-year-old from New York has finished in the top three of both tournaments since. At 65-1, he’s an excellent outside bet to go one better at Southern Hills.