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About jamieonsport

My name is Jamie and I have been addicted to sports since I was 6. As a method of self-prescribed medication for the illness, I thought it would be good to detail my thoughts on the sporting world. So welcome to the workings of my inner-monologue. Join in, ignore, share, laugh, cry, be offended, be inspired, take my ranting however you will, but thanks for checking in.

Why Sergio Garcia Will Win The 2014 US Open?

Having won a lot of money for a lot of people with my “Why Bubba Watson Will Win The 2014 Masters” article, I thought it only fair I roll the dice again. With no Tiger in the field at this … Continue reading

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Why The Rory McIlroy-Caroline Wozniacki Split Might Be Good For Both?

Like many I expected this week to be full of Rory McIlroy headlines. But like those same people, I wasn’t expecting this one. As Rory returned, as favourite, to the BMW Championship at Wentworth, his week was turned upside as … Continue reading

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What If You Only Shot 71 On The PGA Tour?

Having joined some friends for a round of golf at the weekend, I scrambled my way to a round of 70. Having hit 17 greens in regulation and feeling like I had putted pretty well, I wasn’t all that pleased … Continue reading

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Why Bubba Watson Will Win The 2014 Masters

Last time I made a headline like that, I tipped Bill Haas to win the 2013 PGA Championship. Whilst he did finish inside the top-25, he didn’t win, so I feel I have some making up to do to those … Continue reading

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The 8 Players That Can Statistically Win The Masters

There are 97 players in the field at Augusta, but how many of those players can actually win this year’s green jacket? Everyone and their neighbour has a tip of who they think will win the Masters, but if you … Continue reading

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Broke Back (and pressure) Mounting

At what point we start to worry about Tiger Woods? With on-going signs of a bad back and continued signs of poor play, is Tiger’s season, or possibly even his career, in jeopardy? Don’t roll your eyes just yet, I’m just … Continue reading

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Statistical Assessment Of The Premier League Title Race

“I use statistics the same way a drunk uses a lamp post — for support rather than illumination.” Those were the wise words of Scottish rugby coach, Scott Johnson. Whilst he may be better seeing if that same lamp post could … Continue reading

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