Fellow Open Champion Greg Norman has led the chorus of ‘Happy Birthday’ for golf’s oldest-living Major Champion – Kel Nagle.
Kel turned 94 years of age today (December 21st) and celebrated the occasion with his son and a handful of very close friends.
“I know I speak for everyone involved in this great game of golf in wishing Kel a very happy birthday,” said Norman.
“And all us continue to wish Kel good health and happiness at this special time of the year.”
Arjun Atwal ended a 1,571 day winless drought in claiming the splendid ‘Golden Camel’ trophy with victory in the inaugural Dubai Open by two shots on the Els Club course in Dubai.
The Indian-born Atwal, who had not won since capturing the 2010 Wyndham Championship on the PGA Tour, had trailed by one shot playing the uphill par-five 18th but managed a great up and down for birdie while his playing partner Wang Jeung-hun, who led the field most of the day, ended up with a bogeysix after ...
Darren Clarke produced a Dubai Open desert storming 64 to move within one shot of the lead with a round to play in the final golf tournament of 2014.
The former Open Champion produced his lowest score on one of golf’s main tour’s for some time to head to the last day of the Asian Tour’s inaugural event just a shot behind the leading four players – South African Jbe Kruger (64), Korean Jeung-hun Wang (68) and the Indian pair of Arjun Atwal (68) and Dubai-based Shiv Kapur (69) ...
The President Golf Club has been our virtual back-yard for the past week and it’s been great to drive even a shorter distance to the course than the near two-minute drive to my ‘home’ course – Crail Golfing Society.
The Club here as West Palm Beach offers an attractive ‘twilight’ fee and thanks to Scott Mailloux, Director of Golf, I’ve enjoyed tackling the Robert Trent Jones gem.
However one of the most captive sights in playing the course late in the afternoon ...
A Very Merry Christmas & Happy 2015 Golfing Year To All Our
Many Friends, Followers & Valued Supporters.
We Look Forward In The New Year To Again Bringing You
All The News & Insight From The Greatest Game
On The Planet.
Scotland’s Stephen Gallacher has spoken of a heartfelt letter he received from victorious Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley in the weeks following the Gleneagles encounter against the Americans.
Gallacher was handed a ‘wildcard’ pick by McGinley after just falling short of qualifying automatically.
And while the Scot failed to earn a point he earned the praise of McGinley and his 11 Ryder Cup team-mates.
www.golfbytourmiss.com recently posted a story featuring Ian Poulter and how ...
In a season when Rory McIlroy captured some of the game’s greatest individual honours, Graeme McDowell deserves recognition for what he achieved in a team environment.
Of course, McDowell continued to cement his credentials as one of Europe’s best storming to a repeat victory in the prestigious French Open along with collecting 10 other top-10s in 22 events both sides of the Atlantic.
And while there was the reward of a third straight Ryder Cup winning cap those who delve deep into the in’s ...