Danny Willett's victory in Dubai is the latest indicator the future of English golf is bright, writes Iain Carter.
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The PGA Tour is changing up the schedule of its Latin America-based developmental tour in response to the spreading Zika virus. PGA Tour Latinoamerica officials notified players last Friday that the Guatemala Open and Honduras Open have been moved deeper into the spring. Show More Summary
By I Love Carmel California IN 1937 FAMOUS CROONER BING CROSBY decided to get some friends together for a fun golf event that would also raise money for charity. He held the first event with about 60 players at Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club in San Diego. Show More Summary
JUST WHEN IT LOOKED AS IF RICKIE FOWLER was poised for another victory, he stumbled on the way to the trophy ceremony at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. A bold player and closer, Fowler coughed up a two-stroke lead on the last two holes of regulation and was edged by Hideki Matsuyama in a sudden-death playoff that went four holes. Show More Summary
Hideki Matsuyama is your Waste Management Phoenix Open winner after a four hole playoff with Rickie Fowler on Sunday. The pair both finished at 14-under par after Sunday 67s and went to extra holes at TPC Scottsdale. They made par on the first, birdie on the second, and par on the third. Show More Summary
As of my last birthday I’m now qualified for the local “senior” 8-man team. That means I’m often dealing with aches, pains, and muscle fatigue. I’m intrigued by the Marc Pro […]
Your browser does not support iframes. With a 15-foot birdie on the final hole of the tournament, Danny Willett won the Omega Dubai Desert Classic by a shot over Andy Sullivan and Rafa Cabrera-Bello. Willett shot 3-under 69 at Emirates...Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. A year after finishing runner-up at the Coates Golf Championship, Ha Na Jang finished one place better on Saturday at Golden Ocala Golf Club. Jang, who last week became the first player in LPGAShow More Summary
The par-3 16th hole is the centerpiece of the golf extravaganza known as the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
Rickie Fowler broke down in tears in the media center after his playoff loss Sunday in the Waste Management Phoenix Open, overcome by emotion talking about his family.
Esteban Toledo continued his playoff success Sunday, beating Billy Andrade on the third extra hole to win the Allianz Championship on a cold, windy day at Broken Sound Club.
Rickie Fowler hit two balls into the water on the par-4 17th hole to give Hideki Matsuyama an unexpected playoff victory Sunday in the Phoenix Open
Rickie Fowler found himself in another legendary back-and-forth playoff but this time, a couple balls in the water would yield the win to his opponent. You were probably busy watching the first quarter of the Super Bowl, and the National Anthem, and the coin toss, and the pregame... Show More Summary
With just nine more holes to go at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, here comes little Rickie. Rickie Fowler is now alone atop the @WMPhoenixOpen leaderboard. #QuickHits https://t.co/yCGpwOHeNR — PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) February 7, 2016 It...Show More Summary
Wardrobe upgrade alert: I’m happy to report that I’ll be reviewing some apparel items from Ian James Poulter (IJP) Design. First on the list is this pair of golf pants […]
Standing on the tee of the driveable par-4 17th at TPC Scottsdale, Rickie Fowler had a two-shot lead with two holes to play. Rather than lay up and play for a pair of closing pars that may be good enough to win, Fowler chose to drive the green. Show More Summary
What an innovation, they have an implement that measures the average IQ of the fans on 16. Remarkable. pic.twitter.com/tXZyWbf8LJ — Tweeter Alliss (@TweeterAlliss) February 7, 2016 Splendid, by jove…
Mornings are quite painful for me these days. After the initial pain of looking in the mirror wears off, I notice some back stiffness as well. Lately I’ve been hitting […]