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Golf in 2015: Rory McIlroy career Slam? Tiger Woods comeback?

Golf in 2015: Rory McIlroy career Slam? Tiger Woods comeback?
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Rarely have we been able to anticipate a more Official Reebok NHL Shop Online enthralling golfing year. While Rory McIlroy reigns supreme he contends with a potentially debilitating court case. Tiger Woods, meanwhile, continues his latest comeback and the game in 2015 promises abundant levels of excitement and intrigue. In the coming 12 months, the R&A and European Tour take on new bosses while broom-handle and belly putters head for the scrapheap and Olympic qualifying tables start to grow in relevance. Here are 10 key questions and answers for golf in 2015. 1. Will McIlroy complete the career Grand Slam at the Masters? "There's going to be a lot of hype when I drive down Magnolia Lane in April," McIlroy told BBC Sport. His comment is fully justified because with the Open, US Open and two PGA Championships already to his name, the 25-year-old needs only victory at the Masters to complete the full set of majors. He would be only the sixth man to achieve the feat after Gene Sarazen, Ben Hogan, Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods. Augusta sets up perfectly for McIlroy but last year's share of eighth place is his best finish in half a dozen attempts to land a green jacket. "I'm getting goosebumps just thinking about it already," he added. McIlroy's biggest challenge will be retaining focus on golf while battling with former agents Horizon in the Dublin courts early in February. It is estimated €30 million is at stake and McIlroy is expected to spend substantial time giving evidence from the witness stand. Details of his private life and financial arrangements are likely to fall into the public domain if the parties fail to find agreement. A period of mediation ordered by the judge did not yield a solution and both sides seem determined for the case to go the distance. McIlroy begins his season in Abu Dhabi on 15 January but it will be his post-trial form at events like the WGC Championship at Doral in March that will provide the best indicator of how he is likely to fare at Augusta. 2. Can Tiger Woods make a successful comeback in 2015? Apart from "is it your round?" this is http://www.nhlofficial.com/alexander-steen-jersey-c-1_394_401.html the question I'm asked most frequently. It's impossible to provide a genuine answer. You write off Woods at your peril - in his last injury-free season he won five times in a stellar 2013. However, none of those victories came at the majors and these are the events that define his career. Woods has been stranded on 14 majors since June 2008. In the intervening period he has squandered several opportunities. He claims full fitness and has a new swing guru in the unheralded Chris Como. Now aged 39, the other big questions surround his ability on and around the greens, especially up against a fearless generation spearheaded by McIlroy, Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler. That said, an Open joust with McIlroy over the Old Course in July is well within the bounds of possibility. 3. Can Charley Hull win a major? There is no reason why not and, in fact, her best chances of victories may lie in the biggest tournaments. They are usually played over longer layouts and Hull's prodigious length off the tee provides an instant advantage. The Kettering-born 18-year-old is still very raw, but a natural ball striker and fearless putter. Turnberry could prove a suitable venue for a major breakthrough when it stages the Ricoh Women's British Open this summer. It was there that Hull won a Ladies' Golf Union (LGU) Championship as a nine-year-old. Watch out, too, for Stephanie Meadow from http://www.authenticbruinsshop.com/authentic-37-patrice-bergeron-jersey.html Jordanstown in Northern Ireland. The 22-year-old finished third at last year's US Open and has the talent and temperament to land some of the biggest prizes in the game.

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