All Stories

MacIntyre’s Now Earned Enough To Set-Up A New Kitchen-Making Business

Scottish lefty Robert MacIntyre could now purchase his mum a kitchen-making business after he grabbed the biggest pay-cheque of his career to now be Europe’s leading ‘Race to Dubai’ Scot in finishing a gallant runner-up in the Made in Denmark. The 22-year old West Highlander can stand tall taking Austrian giant Bern Wiesberger all the way to the 72nd hole before Wiesberger claimed a fifth Tour title in posting a closing 66 to win by a shot with a 14-under tally in bitterly cold ...

Clarke Honoured With Walter Hagen Ambassador Of The Game Award.

Darren Clarke has been honoured with the Walter Hagen Ambassador of the Game award in a ceremony at the Country Club of Rochester, and the venue for today’s concluding 2019 PGA Championship. The Walter Hagen Ambassador of the Game Award recognizes individuals who contribute to the growth of the game, and in this case Clarke is contributing to that effort by introducing the game and its virtues to juniors through his foundation.  The Award’s namesake, Walter Hagen, is the Country Club of ...

MacIntyre Could Be Now Puchasing Mum A New House With A Made In Denmark Win

Ultra-talented Scottish lefty Robert ‘Bobby’ MacIntyre could be looking to now buy his mum a new house should the Scot pull over victory in the Made in Denmark. MacIntyre, 22 brilliantly muscled his way into a share of second in posting third round 68 to trail Austrian giant, Bernd Wiesberger (67) who three-putted the last for bogey and lead by one at nine-under par. MacIntyre capped his round with five birdies, including birding the ‘Beer Tent Tee’ par-4 14th for a third day running in bright ...

Watson Predicts A Raucous Ryder Cup-Like Royal Portush Open

Five-time Open Champion, Tom Watson is predicting a ‘raucous’ Ryder Cup-like atmosphere at July’s Open Championship at Royal Portrush. Watson, 69 has just spent three days in his role as the R & As Global Ambassador at the course to host golf’s oldest Major for a first occasion in 68-years. Some 40 guests of Open Championship sponsors Nikon & Doosan took to the course to be greeted on the 14th tee by Watson where they were invited to pitch their driving skills against the 70-time ...

MacIntyre Returns To Again Lead Tartan Charge At Made In Denmark

Oban lefty Bob MacIntyre was again leading the Tartan charge in posting a four-under par 67 to be one off the lead on the opening day one of the Made In Denmark event MacIntyre, 22 battled the bright but very breezy conditions posting five birdies and just one dropped shot to be sharing sixth place at four-under with four others. Among those tied with the Scot is England’s in-form Matthew Wallace coming off a PGA Tour card-securing third at the PGA Championship last week at Bethpage Park. Five ...

McIlroy Deserves Irish Open Plaudits & Not Brickbats Declares Lowry.

Shane Lowry has come to the defence of Rory McIlroy declaring he’s deserves a break from the criticism of not contesting this year’s Irish Open. After formally advising he would not be teeing-up at Lahinch, McIlroy has come under renewed criticism with official confirmation he will contest the following week’s Scottish Open. Lowry reckons given McIlroy’s contribution to bringing the Irish Open back from the brink, the four-time Major winner deserves plaudits and not brickbats. “I saw that ...

McIlroy Turns Down Irish Open & Officially Now In Favour Of Scottish Open

What has been known since the start of the year has been nearly confirmed nearly  six months on by the European Tour. Rory McIlroy will contest this year’s Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open at The Renaissance Club to the east of Edinburgh being held from July 1th to 14th, 2019. The news will now impress Irish Open host Paul McGinley but then McIlroy decision to again compete in Scotland is all about being tournament sharp for the following week’s 148th Open Championship  a ...