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Rory McIlroy aside, Britain's top players do not have the power to win at Augusta, says Denis Pugh.
Webb Simpson's win in Las Vegas sets him up nicely for the new PGA Tour season, says Denis Pugh.
Jimmy Walker's breakthrough win proves he has come of age as a pro golfer, says Denis Pugh.
The only thing Tiger Woods doesn't want to win is a popularity contest, says Denis Pugh.
Denis Pugh applauded Henrik Stenson's focus after he prevailed at the Deutsche Bank Championship.
Muirfield is providing a challenge worthy of the Open Championship, says Denis Pugh.
Rory McIlroy laboured on day one at the Open, but Denis Pugh is backing the Ulsterman to find his form.
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