Leishman Ready To Toast Leishman Lager ‘Down Under’ Launch Later This Month

….. Sydney, Australia  Look out G Mac you have a competitor in the beer production business. Aussie Marc Leishman likes a beer or two but living in the States he never took the American main stream beers.  Here we’re talking beers such as Bud, Coors, Miller and the like. Of course, top golfers and wine has long been a norm with the likes of Greg Norman, Jack Nicklaus and Ernie Els putting their names to bottles of vino. McDowell has his own range of craft beer produced by the GolfBeer ...

Garcia Plays Down Any Injury Concern Despite Both Legs ‘Taped’.

… Sydney, Australia  Masters champion Sergio Garcia has played down any injury concern despite arriving Tuesday at the 104th Australian Open venue with the back of both his legs sporting red ‘medical’ tape. Garcia is making a first visit to Sydney for this week’s staging of Australia’s premier event. The Spaniard arrived from Dubai where he had finished his 20th European Tour season sharing sixth place in the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai. The 2017 Augusta National ...

Lowry Should Be At Ease As Golf Is On His RTE ‘Sportsperson Of The Year’ Voting Side

Shane Lowry and Rory McIlroy are the only golfers among 26 on a ‘longlist’ of nominees for the annual RTE ‘Sportsperson of the Year’ award to be presented on December 14th. McIlroy is a previous winner of the award and so too is boxer Katie Taylor and with the duo along with Lowry favourites to be presented with the award. Also, and a strong favourite is Dublin’s Stephen Cluxton and the most-capped Gaelic footballer in history who also led his team to an historic five-in-row victories. Just ...

Casey Ends 16-Year Absence To Tee-Up In Sydney

…… Sydney, Australia Paul Casey will end a 16-year Sydney absence when he tees-up later this week in this week’s Emirates Australian Open. Casey, 42 was last in Sydney in 2003 when he captured the European Tour sanctioned ANZ Championship on the Alister MacKenzie designed New South Wales club and not that far from this week’s host venue at The Australian club. The Englishman’s victory at the entrance to famed Botany Bay was the then 26-year old’s second of now ...

Konig Secures Omega Dubai Classic Start After Super Finish In Capturing Journey To Jordan Tour C’ship.

Exactly three years to the date after turning professional, England’s Harry Konig won his first title in dramatic fashion at the $100,000 Journey to Jordan Tour Championship, the season-ending event on the MENA Tour by Arena, on Thursday. At the Greg Norman-designed Ayla Golf Club, the 24-year-old from Devon seemed out of the reckoning when he was three-over through eight holes. But he first holed his wedge third shot for an eagle on the par-5 ninth, and then played the last five holes to four-under ...

Josh Hill One Shot Clear Of A Second MENA Tour Victory At Journey To Jordan Final

Brilliant Dubai-born 15-year old Josh Hill is in pole position to win for a second time in just 35-days on the MENA Tour. Hill produced a second round 69 to lead the Tour’s year-end event by a shot on the Greg Norman-designed Ayla course in Jordan. It was just 35 days ago, Hill set a new ‘Official World Golf Ranking’ golf record in becoming the youngest-ever, at 15 -years 6 months and 27 days in capturing the Al Ain Open.  Now Hill looks primed to win again at the Tour’s ...

ASI Scottish Open Could Be Headed For Full-Time New Home – The Renaissance Club.

After a decade travelling about the Home of Golf Nation the Aberdeen Investment Standard (ASI) Scottish Open could very well be headed for a permanent home – The Renaissance Club in East Lothian. This is according to European Tour CEO, Keith Pelley who says the Tour have been working with Jerry Savardi and his brothers with a view to the very-private Scottish club becoming the ‘Wentworth’ of the north. For 15-years from 1996 to 2010 Scotland’s premier golfing event was staged at Loch Lomond ...