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Ryder Cup 2018: Spectator 'loses sight' after being hit by Brooks Koepka tee shot

The European Tour had initially stated that Mrs Remande had not suffered serious injuries



A spectator hit by a Brooks Koepka tee shot at the Ryder Cup says she has lost sight in her right eye and is considering legal action, AFP reports.

The incident happened on the opening day of the event when the American's drive on the par-four sixth hole veered off course, striking 49-year-old Corine Remande, who had travelled from Egypt.

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Tiger Woods: Patrick Reed unsure about Ryder Cup pick for US team-mate

Both Tiger Woods (right) and Patrick Reed will play in the Open at Carnoustie from 19 July



Masters champion Patrick Reed says Tiger Woods needs to show good form to be assured of a wildcard for the United States team for September's Ryder Cup.

Fourteen-time major winner Woods, 42, is 31st in the US points standings with only eight automatic qualifying spots.

Read more: Tiger Woods: Patrick Reed unsure about Ryder Cup pick for US team-mate

US PGA Championship to move from August to May in tour revamp


Justin Thomas wins maiden major championship



The US PGA Championship has been moved from August to May as part of a revamp which will see the PGA Tour season end before the start of the NFL campaign.

From next year the PGA Championship, traditionally the golf season's final major, will follow the US Masters.

Read more: US PGA Championship to move from August to May in tour revamp

Jordan Mixed Masters: Three Tours unite for new individual strokeplay tournament


Keith Waters, COO European Tour, Kim Vande Velde, Head of Legal, Ladies European Tour, Philip Golding, Chris White, Director of Operations, Ayla, Georgia Hall and David MacLaren, Head of Staysure Tour. The Jordan Mixed Masters will take place in April 2019




Male, female and senior players will go head-to-head in a new tournament to be held in Jordan in 2019.

The Jordan Mixed Masters, at the Ayla Golf Club, will be co-sanctioned by the European Challenge Tour, Ladies European Tour and Staysure Tour.

Read more: Jordan Mixed Masters: Three Tours unite for new individual strokeplay tournament


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