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Travelers Championship – Cromwell

Written by Scott Canny on . Posted in Golf

– Bubba is back
– Holmes could go low again
– Koepka a threat

It has been a busy few weeks for golfers due to the Rio Olympics, which has made the northern hemisphere summer a touch shorter. As a result, The Open Championship and PGA Championship have just been completed to allow players to head off to Rio.

With the Travelers is this weekend, players can still head to the Olympics as golf only tees off next Thursday.

One such player is defending Champion Bubba Watson. The American will play three consecutive weeks in a row but is nonetheless one of the bookmakers favourites at TPC River Highlands this week.

Thanks to some accurate wedge play and a hot putter, Watson opened with a sizzling 62 at the event in 2015. While Paul Casey rallied on the final day to force playoff, Watson would emerge the victor with a birdie on the second extra hole.

Since then, the Texan has missed just one cut and notched up nine top ten finishes. That, added to his two wins on the course, makes him a danger this weekend.

Another who has been low at TPC River Highlands is the big hitting J.B Holmes. The top ranked player in terms of driving distance on the PGA Tour carved up the course during his last visit in 2012, shooting a 62 in the second round. Holmes has two top four finishes in his last six starts and is yet to win this year.

Brooks Koepka earned great T4 finish at the PGA Championship last week whilst playing on an injured ankle. Back-to-back runner-up finishes at Byron Nelson and the St. Jude Classic have boosted his world ranking to 17th. Perhaps a win is just around the corner…

Jon Rahm is also bubbling under, despite not even having secured his PGA Tour card. The Spaniard has been awfully impressive though, being in contention for a win in two of his last four starts. Having just turned professional earlier this year after the U.S. Open, where he was the low amateur, finishing T23. Don’t be surprised if he grabs that all important watershed win this week.

Community Shield – Wembley Stadium

Written by Scott Canny on . Posted in Soccer

– Foxes with a point to prove

While some feel Leicester City proved enough by claiming the Premier League title last season despite starting the campaign as 2000/1 outsiders and favourites for relegation, they will still feel pressured to triumph in the Community Shield against Manchester United on Sunday to show it was no fluke.

The traditional Premier League curtain raiser, to be played at Wembley Stadium, is seen as a glorified pre-season friendly for the teams not involved, but for the two sides doing battle it is a wonderful opportunity to open the campaign with a trophy.

Leicester have not looked particularly impressive in pre-season, with two wins against lower league opposition accompanying a penalty win over Celtic and a massive 4-0 thrashing at the hands of French champions Paris Saint-Germain.

Manchester United have also been humbled once this pre-season after being handed a 4-1 thumping by Borussia Dortmund, but have otherwise performed well, picking up wins over Wigan Athletic and Galatasaray.

While form in friendly matches is not seen as an accurate barometer for how a team will fare when the season kicks off, both the Red Devils and the Foxes would prefer to go into their opening game of the Premier League season off the back of a Community Shield win.

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