Good News For Tiger, Not So Good News For His Players Rivals

The news is good for Tiger Woods meaning it is no good news for his Players Championship rivals. The neck injury that ruled Woods out of last week’s Arnold Palmer Invitational and the 80-time PGA Tour winner is raring to take his place this week in an vent he’s won twice before. Woods had to undergo on-course treatment three weeks ago at the WGC – Mexico Championship and while he was not going to contest the following week’s Honda Classic it came as a surprise when he withdrew from ‘Arnie’s ...

Molinari Shoots Sizzling 64 Storming His Way To Arnold Palmer Invitational Success

Open Champion Francesco Molinari muscled his way from five shots back in posting a sizzling bogey-free eight-under par 64 for a stunning two shot Arnold Palmer Invitational success at 12-under par total. After a Palmer-like charge through the field the Italian golfing stallion finished his round just over 90-minutes before being fitted with the winning Palmer-like red cardigan. The 36-year old, and proudly sporting a spanking new Callaway bag and a gleaming set of Callaway clubs and Odyssey putter, ...

Harding’s Move Outside South Africa Leads To Depositing Commercial Bank Qatar Masters Victory.

South African Justin Harding’s decision to compete more outside of his homeland has led to him depositing a two-shot victory in the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters in Doha. Harding, 33 birdied three of his closing four holes in a round of 66 for a 13-under par total but then had to wait some 45-minutes before confirmation of a maiden European Tour victory. Nine players finished locked in second place at 11-under par including fellow South African George Coetzee who had eagled the last in ...

McIlroy Returns To The Magic Kingdom In Seeking A Career First & Successfully Defend Arnie’s Event.

A return visit to the nearby Magic Kingdom at Disney World has inspired Rory McIlroy to shake a decade long hoodoo and achieve the career first in successfully defend his Arnold Palmer Invitational title at Bay Hill. McIlroy brilliantly birdied three of his closing four holes in a sizzling six-under par 66 and end the round just one shot behind England’s Matthew Fitzpatrick who late in the day posted a bogey-free 67 and move to 9-under par as the 24-year Sheffield star seeks to win for ...

McIlroy Putts His Way Towards A Career First Successful Arnold Palmer Defence

Defending champ Rory McIlroy has brilliantly putted his way to a hopeful career first in successfully defending the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill. McIlroy birdied three of his closing four holes in a six-under par 66 and storm his way to the clubhouse lead on eight-under par. The current World No. 6 needed just 27 putts that included remarkable 11 one-putts and also a pair of three-putts and they were on two of the par’5s. McIlroy has won 24 tournaments around the globe since turning ...

Keyser Flying First Class After Capturing Turkish Airlines Dubai Open Trophy.

South African MG Keyser was jetting-off first class after his four shot victory at the Dubai Open presented by Turkish Airlines. Keyser stuck to a simple final round game plan after his MENA Tour record low of a 61 a day earlier on the Dubai Hills course. And he almost did that but for a solitary dropped shot on the 13th hole. However, five birdies ensured a card of four-under par 68 for the Dubai resident, taking his total to 19-under par 197, four better than second-placed Matthew Baldwin ...

Woods Quick To Play Down Long-Term Fears Despite Withdrawing From Arnie’s Event

Tiger Woods was quick to play down any long-term fears despite withdrawing from this week’s Arnold Palmer Invitational in Orlando citing a neck strain. The eight-time Bay Hill champion, and currently ranked 12th in the world, said he’s been battling with the injury for some weeks “Unfortunately due to a neck strain that I’ve had for a few weeks, I’m forced to withdraw from the API,” he said on his Twitter account. “I’ve been receiving treatment, but it ...