OLD WESTBURY, N.Y. – It’s always exciting to see a new tournament venue on the PGA Tour calendar, the more so when it’s part of the (...)
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- The Northern Trust 2017: Glen Oaks Club, hole by hole
By Brentley Romine - Wednesday Aug 23, 2017
- Ahead of last Tour fight, Boasson Hagen’s homework pays off
By Samuel Petrequin and John Leicester - Friday Jul 21, 2017
Going right around a roundabout while others took the left and longer route proved to be the key that enabled the Norwegian to win a stage at this Tour on Friday after two second-place finishes.Third-place finisher Jens Keukeleire was among those who went left around the roundabout in the last two miles and immediately realized their mistake, as Boasson Hagen sped away.“I was hunting for opportunities, and then the roundabout arrived,” he said.Riding at a leisurely pace far behind them, race leader Chris Froome and other top contenders for the yellow jersey were happy to let others contest the victory on the Tour’s longest stage.Boasson Hagen was part of a 20-man group that Froome and Team Sky gave freedom to escape from the peloton because none of them presented a threat to his overall lead.After two energy-sapping days of climbs in the high Alps, Froome and his rivals had their sights set instead on the time trial Saturday in Marseille that will determine the podium order before the race ends in Paris on Sunday.The peloton rolled in more than 12 minutes after Boasson Hagen claimed the first stage win for the Dimension Data team at this tour.The overall standings remained unchanged at the top, with Froome leading French rider Romain Bardet by 23 seconds and Rigoberto Uran of Colombia by 29 seconds.With no major difficulties, 138-mile stage from Embrun in the Alps offered no real opportunity for Froome’s rivals to claw back time.Boasson Hagen was among nine riders who ditched the others with a furious burst, leaving him in the right group to contest the stage victory.The 14-mile time-trial course is the last significant obstacle between Froome and his fourth Tour victory.The start and finish are both at the Stade Velodrome, home to the Olympique de Marseille football club.Getting safely through the race against the clock, a discipline the double Olympic bronze medalist excels in, would allow Froome to savor the traditional processional ride into Paris on Sunday.
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- Russell Henley races to early lead at The Northern Trust
By Kevin Casey - Thursday Aug 24, 2017
Here is a recap of the first round of The Northern Trust, played at Glen Oaks Club in Old Westbury, N.Y.: (...)