If you had any doubts on the recovery prowess of 14-time Tiger Woods then take a look at the video below.
In the final round of the 2015 Quicken Loans National, Woods delivers a smashing 220-yard approach with the 5-wood landing onto the green rolling just past the cup to 18 feet on the par-4 12th hole then would go onto two putt for bogey.
As one ship sought to sail for the Scottish mainland another tied up at Lochmaddy in the Outer Hebrides.
The Flying Dutchman arrived the same day as we were planning to leave.
But while our ferry was struck down with mechanical troulbe there was no such concern for The Flying Dutchman that was making a two-day visit to the Outer Hebrides.
The former fishing boat was built in 1903 and was fully restored exactly a century later in 2003 and renamed The Flying Dutchman.
The Dutch tall ship has 10 ...
South Korea’s Inbee Park has become just the seventh woman golfer to win the traditional career Grand Slam.
The World No.1 carded a course record equalling 65 in the final round to win the Ricoh Women’s British Open at Trump Turnberry Resort and in the process joined an elite group comprising Pat Bradley, Juli Inkster, Annika Sorenstam, Louise Suggs, Karrie Webb and Mickey Wright who have all won at least four different majors.
The 27 year old from Seoul has also won the Evian Masters in 2012, ...
Tournament host Paul Lawrie delivered plenty of spark with a resounding victory on the opening day of the inaugural Saltire Energy Paul Lawrie Matchplay.
Lawrie beat Frenchman Romain Wattel 5 and 4 at Murcar Links to join fellow Scots Chris Doak, David Drysdale, Richie Ramsay and Marc Warren in the final 32.
The 46 year old got off to the perfect start, firing a birdie at the first to take an early lead before Wattel levelled things up with a gain at the third.
Lawrie then won the fourth, fifth ...
World No. 1 Lydia Ko took the first step towards that illusive first Major Championship crown on day one of the Ricoh Women’s British Open at Turnberry in Scotland.
It was Korea’s Hyo Joo Kim who heads the field after carding a superb seven under par 65 for a one shot lead.
The 20-year old Kim leads Ko and America’s Cristie Kerr who each shot 66s and with two other Koreans, Q Baek and So Yeon Ru, on five under par 67.
On a good day for the Asian players, Japanese duo, Shiho Ohyama and ...
The Aussie duo of Jason Day and Marc Leishman are poised to end a 22-year Australian-born victory drought in golf’s oldest major.
Greg Norman was the last Australian to win The Open in 1993 at Royal St. Andrews where he was handed the Claret Jug by the late Gene Sarazen and with Allan Border’s winning Test team in attendance.
Now Day and Leishman will be determined to piggy back on the Australian Test team’s humbling of England to make it a double ‘down under’ triumph ...
History beckons on the Old Course for Jordan Spieth.
Three players – Aussie Jason Day, South African Louis Oosthuizen and Irish amateur Paul Dunne – are tied for the lead, and with Spieth just one back.
It’s a tightly packed leader board with 14 players are at 9 under or better and overall 25 players within five shots of the lead.
“I highly doubt somebody really breaks through the pack tomorrow, given this golf course can yield a lot of birdies,” Spieth said. “It will be a pretty bunched ...