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Messagepar sakura698 » 20 Janvier 2020, 05:00

DORAL, Fla. Oscar McBride . - Steve Stricker usually doesnt show up at a tournament on Sunday. He made an exception for the Cadillac Championship, and it made perfect sense. And not just because snow is in the forecast at home in Wisconsin. This is the 20-year anniversary of the first time Stricker played the Blue Monster at Doral. Now it seems as if hes on a blind date. "You know youre at Doral, but it doesnt feel anything like it," Stricker said Tuesday. "A few holes, they havent changed. But then you step up there, and 80 per cent of them look different from the tee." And that was before he saw the Trump helicopter in all its glory to the left of the 10th tee. "Isnt that something?" Stricker said. "That was probably the first thing they built, that helipad." Donald Trump bought Doral and is putting a golden touch on the resort, which includes the Blue Monster (now officially known as Trump National Doral). He brought in Gil Hanse, the architect who is designing the Olympic golf course in Rio, for a makeover the likes of which the PGA Tour has never seen. Some things havent changed — the tropical warmth, and jetliners soaring over the golf course every minute as they descend on Miami International Airport. Trump didnt get the flight patterns changed. Not yet, anyway. But with few exceptions, its a brand new course. Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano of Spain is in his first year on the PGA Tour. He only moved to Miami in December. He has played Doral four times, making this the one course he knows better than the other 68 players in the field, who are getting to know it for the first time. "Thats the feeling I have everywhere I go," he said. "Now they know how I feel." The opening hole used to be one of the easiest par 5s on tour. A big tee shot in the fairway would leave a short iron into the green for the second shot. Making par felt like losing a shot to the field. Stricker played a practice round with Jim Furyk, a past champion at Doral. Furyk hit a tee shot down the middle and had his head down as he walked toward the ball. Finally, he looked at his next shot — just under 260 yards to go, down and to the right with water wrapping around the right side of the green and bunkers dotting the landscape. "Wow," Furyk said. "Youre going to be saying that a lot today," Stricker told him. Whether the changes are for the better wont be known until Thursday when the scores count, and even then the opinions will vary. Odds are the player with a 68 might have a different answer from the guy who shot 75. Its longer and stronger. Perhaps the biggest change on any section of the golf course is the 15th and 16th holes. The par-3 15th is only about 150 yards, but water wraps around all but the far right side of the green. Jordan Spieth hit an 8-iron to the far back of the green. It landed about six paces from the back and wound up down the bank and into the water. The short par-4 16th is a driver over the water, unless a player chooses to lay up with an iron to the right. Spieth was stunned to learn the lake wasnt there before. This is one time the 20-year-old Texan has an advantage. He knows the course about as well as anyone, which is not very well at all. "Everyones experience is gone," Stricker said. As for Tiger Woods? He is a four-time champion at Doral. He often talks about putting from memory, which will do him little good on a course where the greens have been redone. The shape of some holes is entirely different. There are slopes on the greens that werent there before. Woods was not at Doral on Tuesday, and the tournament was still awaiting word on whether the lower back injury that led him to withdraw from the Honda Classic on Sunday will be healed enough to play. If he does, hell get one practice round on the Blue Monster before he defends his title. "Its going to be a bit of a shock to him, I think because its just such a different look," Jason Day said. Justin Rose, who won at Doral two years ago, would rather a course go through a massive overhaul than just a few tweaks. This was an overhaul. Trees are gone. Others have been planted. There are bunkers where there had been grass (left of No. 3). There is water where there wasnt water. "So you dont get the sense of being on the same golf course," Rose said. "I think if they had just reworked the greens and everything else looked identical, that might mess with your instincts more. But I think you really just view this as a new golf course. I didnt bring my yardage book from the past number of years. So its a clean sheet." The busiest guys all week have been the caddies. Jimmy Johnson, who works for Stricker, went back to the course Monday evening after a practice round to study. He normally would have been out there by himself. But when he arrived at the par-5 eighth hole — a completely different look with carry-over water for the second shot — he found three other caddies and joined them in stepping off the yardage for the best place to lay up. "It took us 40 minutes," he said. Nate Hawkins . -- Houstons All-Star tandem of James Harden and Dwight Howard refused to let the Rockets give in to fatigue. Doug Winslow . How foolishly wrong I was. Forget the now inherent corruption and back handed favours that plague the beautiful game. Goal Line Technology? Youre having a laugh. As for them penalty cheating bandits, footballs lawmakers upend them by awarding the penalty to the opponent each time a player attempts to con the referee into awarding ghost penalties. https://www.cheapnfljerseyschina.co/steven-baker-jersey-for-sale/ . Top-seeded Djokovic, who is making only his second appearance this year after reaching the quarterfinals of the Australian Open, was a 6-3, 6-3 winner over 54th-ranked Istomin of Uzbekistan. "It wasnt as easy as the scoreline indicates," said Djokovic, who has won in Dubai on four occasions.Andy Murray moved to within one win of becoming Britains first world No 1 with a 7-6 7-5 win over Tomas Berdych in the Paris Masters quarter-finals. After Novak Djokovic was stunned in straight sets by Marin Cilic in the second quarter-final of the day, Murray went into his match knowing two more wins would see him overtake the Serb as the worlds top ranked player. Watch NOW TV Watch Sky Sports for just £6.99. No contract. And he produced a brilliant performance to record an 18th successive win that sets up a semi-final against Milos Raonic who beat Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in straight sets - and victory in that last-four encounter will take him to No 1. It is a goal that Murray has targeted but by his own admission was a more realistic aim for the start of 2017, but his own golden spell has coincided with a drop off from Djokovic, who had some heartfelt words for Murray. Cilic beats Djokovic in Paris Cilic into semi-final after first ever win over Djokovic Hes definitely a player who deserves that. To see how he has raised his level in the last 12 months is quite extraordinary, Djokovic said after his quarter-final defeat.We have known each other since very, very early days. We were, I think, 11 years old when we first played against each other. Undoubtedly, much respect for what he has done. Berdychs hopes of a place at the World Tour Finals are over after defeat Murray had to be on top form as Berdychs fearsome forehand was firing on all cylinders, but Murray is in the form of his life having won his last three tournaments and he produced some masterful tennis to record his 72nd win of the year, a career best to go with his Wimbledon and Olympic titles.The 29-year-old headed into the match with a dominant record against Berdych, winning the last five meetings including a run of 12 successive sets and there was little between the pair in the opening exchanges as the Czech produced his very best to stay with Murray. Murray and Berdych both played their part in an incredible tie break that proved crucial to the match But the current world No 2 saved his best for the crucial middle section of the match when he rallied from trailing 6-1 in the tie-break. With Berdych tightening and the Scot finding his range, Murray saved all five set points before eventually edging a tie-breaker that exceeded 15 minutes 11-9. Murray v Djokovic: Race is on The battle to be the world number one There was no let up from Murray, who forced the first break points of the match in the opening game of the second set. When he consolidated to lead 2-0, that looked like being enough with both men unchallenged on their own serve until the British No 1 serrved for the match at 5-4. Gary Roberts. Berdych brought up three break points, his first of the match, and eventually took the chance at the third time of asking before handing the break straight break in the very next game. Murray had to be at his best to beat Berdych in Paris Murray was not to let another opportunity pass him by and, despite Berdych saving three match points, produced back-to-back aces to seal his semi-final place and stand on the brink of his landmark moment.Murray admitted afterwards that in the build-up there was some added nerves and pressure with Djokovics defeat. It wasnt all plain sailing for Murray who found himself stranded across the net at one point Maybe a little bit before the match there was a few more nerves but once I got out there I didnt let it affect me. It was a great atmosphere and packed crowds.I dont know how I am going to feel as it will be a new experience for me [becoming No 1].My goal wasnt to get to No 1 this year, I was looking at the beginning of next year as the chance to do it. If it happens this week then great. Murray reacts to his position as he stands on the brink of becoming the world No 1 Defeat for Berdych means his hopes of reaching the World Tour Finals in London are over while Austrias Dominic Thiem completes the line-up after Tsonga was beaten by Raonic - the Frenchman needed to win the Paris title to make the O2 Arena.You can follow Andy Murrays race to become the world No 1 on Sky Sports with coverage of the Paris Masters semi-finals underway on Saturday from 1pm on Sky Sports 3. Live ATP Masters Tennis November 5, 2016, 1:00pm Live on Get Sky Sports Get a Sky Sports pass Also See: Murray-Djokovic - as it happened Murrays magnificent year Clic stuns Novak in Paris Murray v Djokovic: The race is on ' ' '
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