Brentley Romine Golfweek Published 12:48 PM EDT Oct 2, 2018 A female spectator who was hit by Brooks Koepka's tee ball at the Ryder Cup has lost vision in her right eye, the spectator told the AFP. Corine Remande, 49, was watching the action Saturday at Le Golf National near Paris when Koepka's errant drive at the par-4 sixth hole struck her in the face. Remande said that the force of the impact caused a fracture of her right eye socket and "explosion of the eyeball." "It happened so fast, I didn't feel any pain when I was hit," Remande said. "I didn't feel like the ball had struck my eye and then I felt the blood start to pour." Doctors were able to sew her eye back together, but they told Remande that she likely would never see out of that eye again. More: Here's what's next for Tiger Woods after disappointing Ryder Cup More: Don't let 2018 flop fool you, Team USA has a bright Ryder Cup future "In the best-case scenario, she may be able to see shapes after the bruising eases … [Read more...] about Ryder Cup: Spectator loses vision after being hit by Brooks Koepka ball
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Griezmann returns home The day Griezmann made his parents shed tears in Lyon The Marseille side Rudi Garcia is in charge of have more than enough talent in their ranks to cause problems for Atletico Madrid in the Europa League final. They will be out to prevent Diego Simeone and co. from adding another European trophy with a win on French soil on Wednesday night. These are the players who Los Rojiblancos will be coming up against. Steve Mandanda (Goalkeeper) With more than 480 games for the club, the France international is a guarantee of safety. He has good reflexes, is comfortable with the ball at his feet and is also reliable from aerial balls into his area. He missed the last two rounds through injury, but will return to the starting line-up in Lyon. Yohann Pele (Goalkeeper) Mandanda's substitute between the posts has participated in 20 games this season and has conceded 19 goals. The 35-year-old is capable of mixing great saves in with poor errors. Bouna Sarr (Right-back) … [Read more...] about Who’s who in the Marseille squad?
Former House of Commons and National Assembly clerk Sir Paul Silk has been appointed as the new chair of Glas Cymru’s selection panel for its independent members. Glas Cymru, the not-for-profit owner of Dwr Cymru Welsh Water, recruits new independent members on a regular basis to play a key governance role in overseeing Welsh Water’s performance. Welsh Water, the only not-for-profit water company in Wales and England, doesn’t have shareholders and directs any surplus it generates back into the business and services to customers. It provides services to more than three million people across most of Wales, Herefordshire, and parts of Deeside and Cheshire. Members carry out a similar governance role to that of shareholders in other companies, holding the board of directors to account, but do not receive either dividends or payment. There are currently 65 members performing this role at the company, with a variety of skills, experience and interest in the company’s … [Read more...] about Sir Paul Silk appointed chair of Dwr Cymru Welsh Water
On Thursday (May 3) polls will open in many boroughs to elect councillors to make some of the decisions which have the biggest impact on our lives. In Woking , one third of councillors will be elected this year and we have listed the candidates here. We went to representatives of the parties, giving candidates the opportunity to tell you why you should vote for them. Many of them have different opinions on the future of Woking and the issues affecting the borough so let's get right down to it. Byfleet and West Byfleet Mary Bridgeman - Independent The historic villages of Byfleet and West Byfleet are threatened. Overdevelopment, neglect and threats to green spaces have forced residents to reject political parties, support a strong independent group of councillors, a powerful residents’ association and local Neighbourhood Forums. While funds are poured into unsound and out-dated plans for Woking centre, vital core needs (parking, flooding and services) in the borough are … [Read more...] about Meet the Woking candidates standing in May local elections
“We got taken hostage in Pittenweem and dragged into somebody’s house to have soup,” he remembers. “The views on either side were stunning, and I had the most intelligent weather in the world. It knows exactly which direction I’m going in and faces the opposite, just to make it challenging. From snow to hail to driving wind and rain. But those make it all the more memorable.” In a challenge dreamt up on his 50th birthday in September, Rennie raised over £9,000 for mental health charity SAMH, with donations coming from all parts of the political spectrum and beyond. Although he says he’s unlikely to run such a long race again, his enthusiasm for running shows no sign of abating, with another ultramarathon, the Loch Ness marathon and the Alloa half marathon planned for this year alone. It sounds a bit like an addiction. “Oh aye,” Rennie laughs. “My name is … [Read more...] about Willie Rennie: Things will come right for the Liberal Democrats