Adam Scott teeing up in the WGC - Cadillac Championship and the first time as a father.  (Photo - www.golfbytourmiss.com)

Adam Scott Proudly Changes First Five Nappies (Diapers) On Baby Bo.

After a lengthy break Aussie Adam Scott has returned to competition at this week’s WGC – Cadillac Championship at Trump Doral. During his time away the former Masters winner proudly became a father to a daughter Bo Vera on 15th February. And Scott was teased his prowess in changing the nappies (or diapers for our US followers) on baby Bo. “I changed the first five nappies so I’m really proud of myself,” he said smiling. “Of course, I didn’t time them but ...
Masters champion Bubba Watson is taking his 'money man' next week to Augusta.

Bubba Watson … Knows Better How To Digest Hosting Second Masters Champions Dinner.

Second time around Bubba Watson reckons hosting the Masters Former Champions dinner will be easier to digest than in 2013. Watson revealed he didn’t have a clue what to expect in returning to Augusta National as defending Masters champion. But after being fitted for a second Augusta National members green jacket a year ago the American will be better prepared not only with defending the Masters but also when he hosts the Champions Dinner on Tuesday 7th April. “When you look at it the ...
No-name former PGA Tour pro Dan Olsen does a back flip over accusations labelled at Tiger Woods.

Dan Olsen Does Back Flip Over Tiger Woods ‘Banned’ Accusations.

Dan Olsen, a little known former PGA Tour pro, has done a complete back-flip over accusations Tiger Woods is absent from the game as he’s currently on suspension from the Tour for using banned drugs. Olsen, 48, is believed to have made the comments on a Michigan radio show at the weekend. “I heard he’s on a month’s suspension … it’s kind of a strong witness. It’s a credible person who is telling me this,” Olsen said Olsen said the revelations came ...
Padraig Harrington delivers some timely advice to Tiger Woods after capturing a second Honda Classic title.  (Photo - Fran Caffrey/www.golffille.ie)

Honda Classic Winning Harrington Delivers Some Timely Advice To Crestfallen Woods.

A jubilant Padraig Harrington delivered crestfallen Tiger Woods a subtle reminder after the Dubliner ended a seven-year winless drought to capture a second Honda Classic title at PGA National. Harrington won with a par at the second extra hole, the par three 17th, after the 21-year old Berger found the water guarding the green on route to a double bogey. It is Harrington first taste of success on the PGA Tour in 119 events since capturing the 2008 PGA Championship. Harrington’s contested 176 PGA ...
Double Honda Classic winning Padraig Harrington now facing a dilemma of playing the final four events leading into the Masters.  (Photo - Fran Caffrey/www.golffile.ie)

Double Honda Winning Harrington Facing Masters Preparation Dilemma

Double winning Honda Classic champion Padraig Harrington is now facing a Masters preparation dilemma. Harrington earned an automatic invitation into the season’s first Major in ending a seven-year PGA Tour winless drought by capturing the rain-affected Honda Classic at PGA National. The triple Major winner had trailed five shots behind and with 11 holes to play when he resumed his final round Monday morning US time. Harrington then brilliantly muscled his way to the lead with four birdies in ...
Padraig Harringon on route to victory in 2015 Honda Classic.  (Photo - www.pgatour.com)

Padraig Harrington Ends 7-Year PGA Winless Drought With Second Honda Classic Success.

Ireland’s Padraig Harrington ended a long 7-year winless drought with a play-off victory in capturing the 2015 Honda Classic. Harrington came from three shots behind and ninth place with 11 holes to play in this morning’s conclusion to the $US 6.1m event at PGA National course at Palm Beach Gardens. The triple Major winner, who teed up ranked 297th in the world, set up victory with four birdies in succession from the 11th hole in a round and forced his way to the play-off by holing a ...
Paul Casey in a feel good mood and with nine holes to play in the Honda Classic.  (Photo - Fran Caffrey/www.golffile.ie)

‘Feel Good’ Paul Casey Ready To Win Again – Sharing Honda Classic Lead With 9 Holes Remaining.

By his own admission England’s Paul Casey is in a good place in his private life and he’s now, and for a second week running, in a very good place on the PGA Tour. When the siren sounded due to darkness to halt play at 6.18pm local time Casey and fellow Brit Ian Poulter were sharing the lead on seven under on the PGA National course in the rain-affected Honda Classic. Casey, and currently ranked 65th in the world, had played nine fourth round holes and Poulter seven and with the round ...