MacIntyre Confident Of Finding His A-Games At Arnie’e Event

Top-ranked Scot Robert MacIntyre took the unusual step to post himself a ‘reminder’ tweet in leaving the Florida west coast and hoping it pays off in finding his ‘A’ game at this week’s Arnold Palmer Invitational in Orlando. MacIntyre will be making his debut in the famed event and again taking place on Palmer’s beloved Bay Hill Resort course and just a 10-minute drive from Disney World in the playground capital of the Sunshine State. The Oban lefty remains at No. 43 on the World ...

McIlroy Leads Red & Black Show Of Appreciation For Woods … “We’re All Rooting For Him”.

Rory McIlroy didn’t end a 15-month winless drought but he won huge favour and so did so many other players in showing their support for a recovering Tiger Woods. McIlroy like so many players, including Partrick Reed, Kevin Kisner, Tommy Fleetwood, Tony Finau, Cameron Champ, Jason Day and so many others wore Woods tradtional Sunday attire of a red shirt and black trousers over the final round of the Workday WGC at The Concession. And McIlroy, who posted a final round 71 for a 12-under par tally ...

MacIntyre Posts Himself A Twitter Message To Take His Wedge Game To Arnie’s Event.

Young Scot Robert MacIntyre sent himself a ‘message’ via his Twitter account to remind himself to take his wedge game to this week’s debut appearance in the Arnold Palmer Invitational in suburban Orlando. McIntyre’s four rounds at the Workday WGC at The Concession on the Florida west coast was summed-up he remarked immediately post his round at the 72nd hole in three-putting from 50-feet for bogey in a closing round level par 72 and an eight-over par tally. MacIntyre said: “My ...

Morikawa Striving To Match Tiger Woods Under-25 Record With WGC Win

Reigning US PGA champion Collin Morikawa will strive to become the first player to match car-crash recovering Tiger Woods heading into the final round of the Workday WGC at The Concession. Morikawa, 24, muscled his way to a two-shot lead on the back of a blistering run of seven birdies in an eight-hole run mid-round in succession from his fifth in an eventual round of 67 for a 15-under par tally at Bradenton. Only one player and that’s Woods has won both a major and a WGC by age 25 and with Woods ...

Power Emerges From Mist & Rain To Be In Puerto Rico Victory Contention.

Seamus Power produced his lowest score of the new season emerging from mist and rain with six birdies in a five-under par 67 to put himself into real contention heading to the final round of the Puerto Rico Open. Power leaped 18 places into a then clubhouse share of fifth place at 10-under par before officially ending the third round of the rain-affected Euro 2.5m event sharing 10th place but only four shots from the lead. It rained twice during the third day’s play but it to a handful of minutes ...

McIlroy Left Frustrated With Short Stick At The Concession

Rory McIlroy admitted to frustrating day with the putter in producing a three-under par 69 on day one of the Workday WGC at The Concession in Florida. Twice, McIlroy was tied for the lead over the outward half of the Jack Nicklaus/Tony Jacklin designed Concession course and designed in honour of the duo’s sporting concession at the 1969 Ryder Cup at Royal Birkdale. The effort, and going back to the ‘blade’ putter, left McIlroy trailing only three shots behind the leading duo of American ...

MacIntyre Brilliantly One Putts The Concession’s Closing Eight Holes

The world’s top-ranked lefty Robert MacIntyre brilliantly one-putted his closing eight holes while those higher up the rankings struggled with the short stick on day one of the Workday WGC at The Concessional in Florida. MacIntrye had found himself quickly struggling to be three-over after just holes but the young Scot superbly regrouped to finish with a two-over par 74 on the ultra frustrating putting surfaces at Bradenton to the south of Tampa. The Oban lefty teed-up in the States for ...