MacIntyre Edges Closer To Maiden Masters Invitation – A Shot Out Of Second In South Africa

Scotland’s Robert MacIntyre edged closer to a maiden Masters invitation and clearly buoyed by finishing just a shot outside of second place in the Alfred Dunhill Championship in South Africa. The Oban lefty was headed to Dubai and his final two events of the year snatching six birdies, including four in six holes at the start of his inward half, in a five-under par 67 for a nine-hole tally on the Leopard Creek course. MacIntye’s score was the lowest round by two shots over the last day among ...

Hill On The Prowl At Leopard Creek For A Tour Best Serving.

Scotland’s Calum Hill was on the prowl and staring  at a best tour result heading into the final round of Alfred Dunhill Championship at Leopard Creek in South Africa. Hill, 26 birdied three of his closing four holes in a 67 for a nine-under tally to be sharing sixth place and just five shots from the front in the co-sanctioned event at Malelane. Poland’s Adrian Meronk continues to lead the field by one shot in a third round 71 for a 14-under tally. The 27-year old who was born in Hamburg, ...

Jamieson Wishing For A Big Birthday Bite Out Of Leopard Creek.

Scott Jamieson remains on the prowl and primed to celebrate his 37th birthday with a big leap on day three of the Alfred Dunhill Championship at Malelane in South Africa. Jamieson added a one-over 71 to his opening 66 to remain in contention and well inside the top-10 at seven-under par on the Leopard Creek course. The Scot heads into traditonal moving day trailing six shots behind Poland’s Adrian Meronk who added a second day 66 to move to 13-under par and three clear of England’s Richard ...

European & PGA Tour’s Strategic Alliance Fends Off Premier League Takeover Threats.

European Tour CEO, Keith Pelley revealed the European Tour received a ‘compelling offer’ from the Premier Golf League in speaking of the signing an historic strategic alliance with the PGA Tour. Under the alliance, the PGA Tour will take a minority investment stake in the European Tour Productions. The European Tour Productions is the Tour’s production company that distributes and produces all our content globally to 150 countries with a reach of 500 million plus. It was originally ...

McIlroy Lacking The ‘Tiger Attitude’ Says Weiskopf.

Rory McIlroy is lacking the ‘Tiger Attitude’. That’s the view of legendary Tom Weiskopf, the recently turned 78-year old winner of the 1973 Open Championship along with 27 other worldwide victories. The Ohio-born Weiskopf is also an acclaimed golf course designer having designed the famed Loch Lomond course in Scotland among his portfolio of world designs. Weiskopf was interviewed by Ponte Vedra-based fellow PGA Tour accredited journalist and my good friend, Adam Schupak. And among the questions ...

Golf De Roquebrune – French Riviera Golf At It’s Finest.

Golf de Roquebrune lies about 80 klms south of Nice and just under 20 klms north from Sainte Maxime. The golf course and resort is surrounded by the vineyards of Provence and overlooked by the Massif des Maures hills inland from Saint Raphaël and blending harmoniously into the surroundings. Many holes offer superb panoramic views over the bay of Fréjus and Saint-Raphaël, and the Lachens, Maures and Estérel mountains. ular Massif des Maures mountain range. The golf course was designed by leading ...

Jamieson’s Early Birthday Treat Of Seven Dunhill C’ship Birdies At Leopard Creek.

Scot Scott Jamieson gave himself an early birthday treat superbly birdieing four of his closing five holes in a round of 66 on day one of the Alfred Dunhill Championship in South Africa. Jamieson, who turns 37 on Saturday, grabbed seven birdies to be just a shot off the lead at Leopard Creek in Maleline. Frenchman Robin Roussel and Poland’s Adrian Meronk lead with co-sanctioned field with seven-under par 65s. Jamieson’s effort continues a good run of form for the Glaswegian who captured his only ...