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astroneves, who started 15th, was four

Postby lw789 » Thu 14 Jun, 2018 21:45

HOYLAKE, England - Only one Canadian will play the weekend at Royal Liverpool and hell do so possibly wearing my jacket. David Hearn started well and survived a bumpy patch in the middle of his round to finish at 1-under for the first 36 holes. While hes more than excited to be teeing it up on Saturday at the Open, he wasnt fully prepared for the weather that is supposed to hit Liverpool. Depending on which forecast you listen to, it ranges from horrendous to Start-building-the-Ark. The R&A has taken the rare step of moving up tee times and having players go off both tees in threesomes. Its not a big deal for Hearn – hes just glad to be playing – but he didnt come prepared. All his rain gear has short sleeves, which may not be suitable for whats supposed to blow in. So hes borrowed my rain jacket, which certainly isnt worn out from good swings being taken in it. Hopefully, the jacket will propel Hearn to good things but its likely he can do that with or without it. His play so far this week is impressive, especially for a guy who had never teed it up on a links course. "It feels great for me," said Hearn. "This is my first Open Championship and Im super excited to be playing four days. Im obviously 11 shots back so Im not that close to contending, but I think with two solid rounds I can move up the board nicely and still give myself a really nice finish." This is the second consecutive major for Hearn in which hes played well. At last years PGA, he was on the leaderboard early in the week before sliding down on the weekend. But he believes thats not just a coincidence, that he has the tools for majors. "I have the patience to be able to play away from a lot of pins," said Hearn. "I also have the patience to shoot par and know it was a good day. A lot of players on Tour, I think they really get used to making birdies. Im the type of player who can grind out a good day. I like playing in majors; I like the challenge of playing a hard golf course. I think most of my good finishes this year have been on hard golf courses." While Hearn is playing on, Graham DeLaet is heading back to Canada after a difficult second day. He stumbled from the gate with a double and a bogey on the first two holes, and had a horrid eighth hole that shows everything that links golf can be. His drive was just off target, ending up in the fescue on the right side of the hole. He extricated his ball only to watch it sail into the fescue on the left. The next shot ended up in a plugged lie in a bunker, which forced him to play out sideways. He finally got it on the green and put it into the hole for a triple-bogey seven. "On the front nine I was just in bad shape off almost every single tee, it seemed," DeLaet said. "Even the couple of fairways I hit, I hit these spiny shots into the wind and I had so much club into the greens." On the second nine, the Weyburn, Saskatchewan product rallied and looked as if he might just make it back to the right number. A birdie on 10 and then a chip-in eagle on the 16th gave him hope but that was dashed later when he fell one shy of the cut line. "I just hit it so poorly on the front," he stated. "I dont know what it was on the back side, if I kind of almost stopped caring or stopped trying so hard or whatever it was, I was able to hit some nice shots." When he left the course, still unsure of whether hed make the cut, he declined to answer whether he would leave early for the RBC Canadian Open or hang around and jump on the charter flight. He was still hoping to get two more rounds on Royal Liverpool. Instead, his next game will be at Royal Montreal. Sebastian Rudy Jersey . At this rate, the Flyers captain is set to be remembered more for a fantastic finish. Mats Hummels Germany Jersey .35 million, avoiding arbitration. Davis led the majors last season with 53 home runs and 138 RBIs, both career highs. He earned $3. ... ey-Soccer/. Theres little time for rest, too. The Flyers and Rangers play again Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden. Simmonds scored in the first period and twice more in the second for his first career post-season hat trick. Mason survived a busy first period and stopping 31 straight shots until Carl Hagelin scored late in the third. Manuel Neuer Jersey ... maybe even more than that. Maybe all season I have to take a few blows. Kevin Trapp Germany Jersey . - Chelseas 1-0 win at the Etihad, spoiling Manchester Citys perfect home record continues to be the talking point of the week.LEXINGTON, Ohio -- Scott Dixon and his Target Chip Ganassi team had planned on four pit stops. Then Dixon changed his mind -- and his and his teams luck. Dixon went from last in qualifying to capture his fifth win at Mid-Ohio in the last eight years, coasting in on low fuel Sunday to finally end his teams victory drought in 2014. "It was probably around Lap 30, we had to really go for it and switch it up," he said about the altered game plan to go hard and then conserve fuel while playing keep-away with the lead. The 34-year-old New Zealander, who started last in the 22-car field, also won on the twisty road course between Cleveland and Columbus in 2007, 2009, 2011 and 2012. "To come from last to even a top-10 here was going to be extremely difficult to do," he said. "But we laid down some quick laps, passed some people and then hung on." Target Chip Ganassi has won the last six races at the track, breaking through this season in a familiar place. Pole-sitter Sebastien Bourdais was a distant second, with James Hinchcliffe third, rookie Carlos Munoz fourth and favourite son Graham Rahal fifth. "(Starting) 17th to (finishing) third sounds impressive until you talk about Scott," Hinchcliffe joked. "Hes got to go and showboat, like he always does here." Dixon led a total of 45 laps, winning the strategy battle against the top contenders while capturing his 34th series win and first since Houston last October. He beat runner-up Bourdais by 5.3864 seconds. Almost immediately after getting the checkered flag, just after going past pit row, he pulled quickly over into the grass near the first turn and pumped his fist to fans. He was not out of gas, he said. But he could have been. "The (low) fuel light came up with about a lap and a half to go," he said. "If you were listening to the radio, you would have heard a lot of random chatter. We conserved for most of the last lap. The way our year has gone, its a wonder I didnt run out and have to walk back." It was the farthest back a winnner had started since Max Papis won at Laguna Seca in 2001.dddddddddddd But Dixon has done this before. In 2001, he started 23rd at Nazareth and came all the way through the field to win. After qualifying went poorly in the rain Saturday, Dixon said, "Not the best qualifying weve had this year, I can tell you that. There just wasnt any grip to be found out there. Well have to come up with a great strategy tomorrow to dig us out of this hole." Thats exactly what they did. Will Power, second in the drivers standings coming in, took over the No. 1 spot when leader Helio Castroneves had throttle problems on a pace lap. Power finished sixth while Castroneves, who would end up with the fastest lap of the day, was 19th. Bourdais, after winning his second pole of the season, maintained the lead for most of the opening 30 laps. But there were surprises early. Castroneves, who started 15th, was four laps behind because of the early problems. The race hadnt had a single caution the last two years, but that didnt last long. On the opening lap there was a mishap on the sharp turn called the keyhole that resulted in the noses getting knocked off the cars of Marco Andretti and Tony Kanaan. Josef Newgarden, who qualified No. 2 behind Bourdais, slotted into second spot early and stalked the leader. He pulled right behind Dixon, who took the lead on lap 68. Newgarden fell back during a disastrous pit stop in which he drove over a hose and his crew stumbled filling the car with fuel and changing tires. He finished 12th. Dixon grabbed the lead and didnt let go, pushing his lead to seven seconds through 70 laps. He sat on the lead the rest of the way, going hard until that fuel light popped on. "The fastest car won the race," Bourdais said. "I was hoping he wouldnt make the fuel (last). But it was pretty clear when he stopped the last time that he would do it." Dixon thanked the makers of his Chevrolet for something rarely mentioned in race cars. "We got fantastic fuel mileage

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