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Hello Fevers. Follow the world of local and international golf in full swing, and today I bring you the main news of our sport in an expanded Up and Down. We start:

* Tournament Fever in Views: a stick. What a blast we had on Sunday with our big event! Judging by the comments of the participants “we threw it out for the 411”. I thank the club in the person of its president Marcos Malespin, the members and all the work staff for their attention. I want to highlight the work of the Head Pro of the field, Víctor Cuevas, (he took the event for him, for which I am truly grateful), Chef Marcos Moreno (tremendous), and the new General Manager, Víctor Gómez Casanova, who also joined our effort. A great event that I know will remain in the minds of those who were there. THANK YOU! To see the results, go to our website. * This Saturday is the Britcham. It’s in the great Pete Dye design, Dog Tooth, and I’ll be over there doing the technical direction for the event. A luxury for me! *Finally Phil goes to LIV. Chronicle of a death foretold, because as they say, “the game spoke” a long time ago. And it is that, friends, those Milloncejo$$ are good$$$, especially when it is said in a low voice that the left-hander is in serious financial trouble. * Daniel Kang announces that he has spinal cancer. It’s a shame that such a young athlete with such a promising future is affected by this terrible disease, but I liked that she has accepted it with grace, which is important because the mind can do a lot. Hopefully I get through all of this as soon as possible. * Next week is the US Open and I’ll be there. Thanks to Dewar’s we will carry out a great coverage as the only Dominican media accredited as press in the North American Open. Stay tuned for the LIVE I will do from the press center, which will be deadly. * Oh, I will also be at The Open Championship. Year of two open for us, which is a great privilege for our media. I got an invite to the event and off we go to the 150th anniversary of The Open Championship, no less than where it all began, the Old Course at St. Andrews. We will also have extensive coverage to bring you closer to what will undoubtedly be the event of the year. * Michelle Wie-West retires. One of the great figures of women’s golf is leaving, and who is an eye drop when she appears on screen. Wie-West is going to work on personal projects, because, according to her, after having her baby, she doesn’t want to spend so much time on tour away from home. Mother at last! * But Matsuyama, and what did he give you? As many will know, Hideki was disqualified from the Memorial after finding paint placed on the face of the club, something that makes the club “non conforming”, and “they gave him pa’low”, a DQ that is far from the chivalry of the Japanese. And I wonder: does the guy not have advisers? How is it possible that he doesn’t know that it can’t be done? For my part, I am totally convinced that Hideki did not want to cheat, because that culture does not style that. a pity * Networks. @fiebredegolf on IG, Facebook and Twitter, and on YouTube, Fiebre de Golf channel. TV: Golf Fever TV by CDN Deportes, Sunday, 8PM + 3 repetitions in the week. Web: Mail: [email protected].

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