Drysdale Feeling Very Comfortable Teeing-Up In Oman

Scotland’s David Drysdale has returned to Oman for the first time in five-years feeling very comfortable ahead of this week’s inaugural International Series event of the new 2024 Asian Tour season. The Oman tournament, again taking place on the stunning Al Mouj host course, is the first of six International Series events on the new Asian Tour schedule. Drysdale is no stranger to the course laid-out along the shoreline of the Oman Gulf and located just to the north of the capital Muscat. FEELING ...

Cabrera Teeing-Up In Far Off Morocco But Edging Closer To Again Competiting On US Soil

Double Major winning Angel Cabrera has this week travelled all the way to Morocco in a move that could soon see the Argentinean competing back on US soil. Cabrera, 54, has entered this week’s Champions Tour Trophee Hassan 11 event being held at the ultra-private Royal Golf Dar Es Salam in the capital of Rabat. It will be Cabrera’s first PGA Tour sanctioned event since his release last August after serving a 30-month prison sentence in both Brazil and Argentina for gender dispute and ‘other’ ...

Spieth’s Genesis Disqualification – Does The Rule Need Updating?

There are 34 rules governing the formal playing of golf. There are also a handful of those 34 rules if you were to break during competition will lead to your disqualification. Three-time major winning Jordan Spieth fell foul of one of those rules – Rule 6-6b – and was immediately disqualified following his second round at the 2024 Genesis Invitational being hosted on the Riviera club host course in suburban Santa Monica. It’s been reported that it’s the first occasion in ...

Drysdale Returns To Asian Tour Fully Exempt & Full Of Enthusiasm

Scotland’s David Drysdale returns to competition this week in the sauna-like conditions of the Malaysian capital fully exempt and full of enthusisam ahead of the opening event of the 2024 Asian Tour season. The forecast is for a week in the mid 90s for Dyrsdale and his caddying wife, Vicky competing in the IRS Prima Malaysian Open being hosted by the Mine Club resort in Kuala Lumpur. It’s the 62nd anniversary of the event won in the past by the likes of double major winning Vijay Singh (1992 ...

Ramsay Reckons Qatar Masters Conditions Ripe For Another Scottish-Born Champ

Scot Richie Ramsay reckons a rework of the greens and the forecasted conditions are ripe for a hopeful fifth Scottish-born winner of the CB Qatar Masters in Doha. Ramsay, 40, superbly muscled his way into contention on day two to be six-under in a five-hole run on route to an eventual three-under 69 for a one-under tally in continuing warm but windy conditions in the Qatar capital. Aussie Haydn Barron birdied the closing three holes on the scorecard for a second day running in a second day 67 ...

MacIntyre Chuffed To Find His Way Into WM Phoenix Open Field.

Top-ranked Scot Bob MacIntyre wasted little time heading off to Arizon after grabbing the last place into Thursday’s starting WM Phoenix Open in Arizona. The Oban lefty was fifth reserve last Friday for $US 8.8m (£6.97m) event but a number or withdrawals, including out-of-form World No. 4 Viktor Hovland and the latest being American Kevin Streelman, who withdrew late on Tuesday (US time) has opened the door for MacIntyre. It meant the now Orlando-based MacIntyre boarding a flight early Wednesday ...

McIlroy & Spieth Back On The Same Page After McIlroy Removed Himself From Group ‘Chat’

Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth are seemingly back on the same page following the American’s pre-AT & T Pebble Beach Pro-Am comments concerning the status of the potential deal between the PGA Tour and Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund and also his sensitive ‘anti-McIlroy’ remarks. After more than two years of headlines for all the wrong reasons in the men’s professional game the last thing you would expect is that PGA Tour allies McIlroy and Spieth would need ...