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Greg Norman Set To Take Bigger Business Bite Re-Branding Company & Shark Logo.

The golfer long known as the ‘Great White Shark’ is set to take a bigger bite out of the business world. Norman has revealed a company-wide re-brand to his 30-year-old organisation. And what was once known as Great White Shark Enterprises will now be called simply The Greg Norman company (GN). Norman’s re-positioning of his company from a mostly consumer-facing brand to one that will expand to business-to-business services was an idea that began some 18 months ago, and has involved ...
Scot Craig Lee reckons he's golfs Humpty Dumpty.

Craig Lee Looking To Fight Off Portugal Masters Vultures.

Scotland’s Craig Lee is now under even more pressure to fight off the vultures and hang onto his European Tour heading into this week’s Portugal Masters at Vilamoura. The Stirling golfer tees-up this afternoon (THUR) lying in 110th place (See * below) on the Race to Dubai money list and right on the cut-off mark for those wishing to retain 2017 Tour membership. And the £2.68m Portugal event is the last ‘regular’ 2016 tournament for the likes of Lee and others seeking to retain ...

Paul Dunne Not About To Be Left Short-Changed Playing Portugal ‘Credit Card Roulette’.

Paul Dunne is not about to left short-changed playing ‘credit card roulette’ this week as the young Irish pro banks on cementing  full 2017 Tour membership at this week’s Portugal Masters. Dunne first needs to make the cut on the host Oceanico Victoria course and then finish far better than last year’s near-cellar dwelling 64th place if he’s to be playing a full season in the New Year. He dropped three spots to 102nd on the Race to Dubai in not contesting last week’s British Masters ...
Irish Olympian Padraig Harrington on route to a respectable one under par 70.

Harrington Teeing-Up November In Portugal With Georgia Next April On His Mind.

Padraig Harrington tees up today in the Portugal Masters at Vilamoura but with Georgia clearly on his mind. Harrington is making his sixth showing in the event since his debut in 2009 and the same year of his best finish of third. And while the Dubliner is still looking for his first win on European soil since capturing the 2008 Open Championship there’s the goal also of getting himself back inside the top-50 by the end of next March and if so, into the 2017 Masters. Harrington will tee-up on the ...

Last Chance Saloon For Aussie Threesome Of Schrivener, Green & Rumford Competing In Portugal.

It is very much the ‘Last Chance Saloon’ for the Australian threesome of Jason Schrivener, Richard Green and Brett Rumford teeing up in this week’s Portugal Masters at Vilamoura on the Portuguese sun-splashed Algarve. The Portugal Masters is the last ‘regular’ event on the European Tour schedule and all four are outside the cut-off point of 110th on the Race to Dubai money list. The three need to first make the cut in the Euro 3m event and then be inside the top-110 ...
Andy Sullian said it could be a problem keeping Sully's Army happy this week as he defends his Portugal Masters title.  (Photo - European Tour).

Sullivan Admits Keeping ‘Sulli’s Army’ Happy Could Prove A Portugal Problem

When Andy Sullivan captured last year’s Portugal Masters by a massive nine shots there were none happier than a band of about 25 supporters dubbed ‘Sulli’s Army’. However now that Sullivan is a Ryder Cup star, albeit on a beaten side, his army of supporters has swelled to around 70 for this week’s 10th Portugal Masters. And Sullivan reckons he’s going to find it difficult to keep them happy unless he becomes the first player to successfully defend the title on ...
Jeo Heraty receiving the winner’s trophy from Yousef Abdulaziz Al Qatami of 
Sahara Kuwait as Rod Bogg of the MENA Golf Tour, and Wael Abdulrahman Al

Welayti, also of Sahara Kuwait, look on

Heraty Dedicates Maiden MENA Tour Win To Ailing Father – Wins Sahara Kuwait Title By Two Shots.

With thoughts of his ailing father occupying his mind, Joe Heraty kept his composure to win the inaugural Sahara Kuwait Championship, providing a fitting climax to a fantastic week of golf at the MENA Golf Tour’s inaugural event in the city on Wednesday. The 25-year- old Englishman closed with a bogey-free five-under 65 to finish at 13-under par, two clear of his compatriot Daniel Owen, who signed for a brilliant six-under 64 to climb up the leaderboard. It was Chile’s Matias Calderon, who ...