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  • If you go down to the woods . . .

    It won’t be a Tiger you’ll see, it’ll be Angel Cabrera – who escaped from the woods on the 1st sudden death play off hole to make par and then close out Kenny Perry on the 2nd extra hole to win the 2009 Masters.
    It’s interesting to note his previous experience in winning the 2007 US [...]

  • 12,500 to 1

    Gary Player said after winning the US Open in 1965 “the more I practice the luckier I get”, well I seem to be the opposite. I was lucky enough to get a hole in one this afternoon at the par 3 212 yard 4th at Delamere. It’s been eight years since my last one and [...]

  • Ladies European Tour Update – July 2008

    It was the English Open this week on the Ladies European Tour and the Psycuity Ladies had to sit this one out. Clare Queen missed out all together and Rachel Bell had to pull out on the Friday with a bout of Tonsilitis.
    Rachel, pictured proudly sporting her Psycuity logo managed to drag herself off her sick [...]

  • Psycuity v Air Products who takes the gas?

    Psycuity, one of the Northwest’s most interesting start ups today declared war on the global gases giant Air Products.
    Whilst there was plenty of marching and a good proportion of time spent in the bunkers, “war” would be seen to many as a slight over exageration. However, to Psycuity MD, Philip Hemsted and Air Product’s, UK Major Accounts [...]

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