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Dec 12, 2012 7:50pm
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INVERNESS —Jeev Milkha Singh had double reason to celebrate on Sunday after
beating Francesco Molinari in a playoff to win the Scottish Open and secure a
late berth in next weeks British Open. Andrew Luck White Jersey . A final-round
meltdown by local hope Marc Warren left Singh and Molinari on 17-under 271 and
in a shootout for the first prize of 416,660 pounds ($645,000), which the
40-year-old Indian claimed by draining a 15-foot birdie putt on the first
playoff hole. Singh, the son of a former Olympic 400-meter runner, shot a
bogey-free 5-under 67 for the joint-lowest round of a grueling final day, when
the wind picked up to finally make the Castle Stuart links a genuine test. He
then watched on television as first Warren then overnight leader Molinari (72)
threw away shots down a tough closing stretch right into the wind. “I was just
enjoying a nice cup of tea and some chocolate cake,” Singh said of his hour-long
wait for the last groups to finish. “I said to myself that Id see the finish and
then leave for the airport. But as the chocolate cake went down, it got exciting
out on the course.” Warren, playing in the penultimate group and also seeking
that one remaining berth in the British Open, forged a three-shot lead with six
holes remaining but faltered under pressure and dropped four strokes in the
final four holes. He finished tied for third with Alexander Noren of Sweden (70)
on 16 under, his implosion costing him 275,000 pounds ($428,000). “Its going to
be a long drive home tonight,” said Warren, who was being cheered on by Scottish
First Minister Alex Salmond. “You dont get many chances to win your national
Open. “I had it in my hands.” Warrens collapse left Molinari back in front as
the Italian attempted a wire-to-wire victory after a dominant week in the
Scottish Highlands as he tried to emulate his brother Edoardos Scottish Open win
in 2010. He bogeyed No. 15, though, and needed a 10-foot par-saving putt at the
last to force the playoff. Molinaris approach from the middle of the fairway at
the first extra hole—No. 18—landed at the back of the green and his long
birdie putt came up well short, leaving Singh an opportunity he didnt pass up.
By winning his first title in more than four years, Singh not only will climb
back into the top 100 from his current ranking of No. 192 but will play at the
British Open—staged at Royal Lytham & St. Annes starting Thursday—for
the only the second time in his 19-year professional career. “I was going to go
back to India and spend some time with the family,” said Singh, who claimed his
fourth European Tour victory. “I think God has been kind. Im very fortunate.”
After three opening rounds of very low scoring in improbably calm conditions,
Castle Stuart finally bared its teeth—something many players asked for ahead
of the British Open. A fierce westerly wind and heavy rain at times proved too
much for top-ranked Luke Donald (73) and Phil Mickelson (74), who both finished
tied for 16th on 12 under. Only six players of the 77 who made the cut broke 70,
with gusts off the Moray Firth forcing players to use an extra two clubs on many
shots while the thick rough beside the wide fairways finally came into play. “To
have two good rounds and then to play in some challenging conditions was a
plus,” said Mickelson, who followed an opening-round 73 with a 64 and a 65.
“Players here got a lot out of the week, myself especially.” Warren was on the
brink of becoming the first home winner of the tournament since
Colin Montgomerie in 1999 but it all started to go wrong on No. 15, which he
double-bogeyed after missing his approach shot and three-putting. After dropping
further shots on Nos. 16 and 17, he was consoled off the last green by playing
partner Soren Kjeldsen, and looked absolutely distraught. Warren was one of a
handful of players in contention for that final British Open qualifying berth,
which was available for the highest non-exempt player finishing in the top five.
Noren, who shared the lead after round two, then wasted a chance to make the
playoff when he missed a two-foot par putt on the last, a familiar sight on a
day of tension across the links course. Singh, with his unorthodox swing, held
his nerve better than anybody after going through the first six holes in four
under, having started the round five shots back in 15th. His father, Milkha,
placed fourth in the final of the 400 at the 1960 Olympics in Rome, only missing
out on a bronze medal following a photo finish. The younger Singh said after his
round that his dream is to play in the golf tournament at the Rio Games in 2016,
when the sport returns to the Olympic program. Singh went 95 events between his
third and fourth victories, having previously won the Austria Open in June 2008.
He now needs his management company to find him a place to stay in Lytham for
the years third major. “Its the icing on the cake,” he said. Johnny Unitas Jersey . – Like a kid eyeing
his presents, Jay Cutler could hardly contain his excitement. Andrew Luck Youth Jersey . Hill hit a single
in the first inning off Hector Noesi (2-8), added a triple in the third and a
double off the Mariners starter in the fifth. He finished it off in style,
hitting a one-out, solo homer off Shawn Kelley in the seventh for the majors
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.R. Fitzpatrick and Scott Steckly in a green-white-checker finish to pick up his
first NASCAR Canadian Tire Series win of the season taking the ICAR Lucas Oil
Grand Prix presented by Budweiser on Sunday at Circuit ICAR. Reggie Wayne Jersey . —Many athletes choose
to hide their problems—sometimes with fatal results. Coby Fleener Jersey . Louis Cardinals. The
Cardinals are still trying to lock up their berth to the postseason and turn to
Lohse on Saturday evening in the second of three straight meetings with the NL
East-leading Nats, who have a chance to lock up the division.The English
Football Association has recently made changes to the delivery of youth football
across its country. The changes, which are aimed at providing young players with
the appropriate environment in which to learn the game, will result in players
getting more touches on the ball and being more involved in the game. This, in
turn, will help them develop greater technical skills at younger ages. The
changes being made by the English FA are eerily similar to those being made by
the Canadian Soccer Association, through its Long-Term Player Development (LTPD)
program. This program is a soccer-specific adaptation of Sport Canadas Long-Term
Athlete Development (LTAD) program. Remarkably, there are some within the
Canadian soccer community who believe that the principles of LTPD – which
include smaller fields and goals for younger players, along with age-specific
competition formats – are nothing more than whacky scientific research. The
reality – something to which these critics do not seem to be in touch with – is
that LTPD is based on common sense. Smaller game formats – ranging from 5v5 to
7v7 to 9v9 as kids increase in age from six to 12 years old – coupled with
smaller field sizes, mean that kids will get to touch the ball more when they
play the game. It stands to reason that the more a young player gets to touch a
soccer ball, the more comfortable he or she will be with it at his or her feet.
In order to highlight the absurdityy of children playing on the same sized
fields as adults, using the same sized goals, the English FA built a goal to the
same scale as 11-year old players face when they use full-sized goals. Reggie Wayne Youth Jersey. . This increased
the height of the goal from eight to nine feet, and the width of the goal from
24 feet to a massive 32 feet. Standing in the enlarged goal (below) is the
English FAs National Development Manager, Nick Levett. This visual illustration
shows exactly what young players face when using adult-sized goals; the goal is
simply too big for the players. So how do we win this war of ideology, for lack
of a better term? How do we convince the win-at-all-costs parents out there who
think their professional-soccer-playing children need to continue playing 11v11
games on full sized fields? How do we convince them that their children will
benefit from small-sided games with age-specific field and goal sizes? We
educate them. Like any form of education, it wont happen overnight. It will
happen, though, through consistent messaging from the governing bodies of the
game in Canada (which is happening), along with awareness campaigns that reach
the grassroots soccer community. But most importantly, it will happen through
like-minded soccer people – coaches, administrators and parents – working
together to spread the message that these changes are being made to benefit the
most important stakeholders of the game in Canada – our children. ’ ’ ’ 

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