It was an absolute stunning Scottish Spring day when the media had the great pleasure to tackle the famed Ailsa Course at Trump Turnberry.
Here is a selection of photographs from the outing with again very special thanks to Michelle Mair and Tom Benbow from IMG for their tireless work in making the visit so rewarding and enjoyable.
Here is a selection of photographs from the 2015 R & A Media Facilitation Day on the Old Course at St. Andrews.
A special thank you to all at the R & A, particularly Lynn, Clare and Mary, for the great efforts in organizing all the media who had the opportunity to play this year’s Open Championship.
It’s been nearly a week since the Shell Houston Open but the winners of the tournament’s ‘Lovely Legs’ contest has been revealed.
Here in our exclusive photograph is the joint champions – two great champions working the Media car park last week at The Golf Club of Houston.
There was plenty of horsepower on show at this year’s Shell Houston Open and it was not all inside the ropes.
Check out the 5.9 liter V-8 NASCAR of Joey Logano winner of this year’s Daytona 500.
Also on show is a ‘display’ Ferrari Formula One Grand Prix car decked out in fully team and sponsor colours.
On route to Austin for a first visit ahead of covering this week’s Shell Houston Open we passed by a practice range that on closer inspection gave new meaning to hitting the bull.
Here on the outskirts of Dripping Springs and located some 21 miles south-east of Austin the first practice range where the targets were not just the markers.
At 107-yards there is metal outline of a Texas steer, 171-yards to the bus on the right and six yards further to the left school bus.
Hitting golf balls on ...
Here we were on the Monday after Jimmy Walker captured the Valero Texas Open and happily driving down Texas route 290 on route from Austin to Houston when I was brought to a screeching halt at a red light by a truck load of Australia’s finest.
We had traveled north from San Antonio to visit Austin and the capital of Texas before pointing the rent-a-car east, so I am not sure where this photograph was taken.
All I know is that I could have got out of the car and got down on my knees bowing to ...
It has to be the heaviest trophy I have ever picked up – the Valero Texas Open trophy.
The trophy followed new champion Jimmy Walker into the media center but somehow I ended up getting a photograph with it.
And thankfully I was not asked to hold it up over my head and it weighs a ton!