Tommy Fleetwood and his manager Clare in the background behind the 24-year old England golf star.

Tommy Fleetwood Getting More Recognition For His Hair Than His Golf.

Hotshot England golfer Tommy Fleetwood is looking to secure more recognition for more than his unruly locks with victory in the BMW PGA Championship. Fleetwood, 24 brought the famed ‘Burma Road’ course to its knees with a sizzling 65 that included a career first albatross along with an eagle and three birdies. It left the Southport-born pro, who captured the 2013 Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles, trailing just three shots behind the leading duo Italy’s Francesco Molinari (68) and the ...
Shane Lowry gett his X-Box for winning the BMW PGA Championship Pro-Am.

Shane Lowry Gets The Cuff Links & Now The X-Box In Winning BMW PGA Pro-Am.

First it was missing out on a pair of ‘Players 2015′ commemorative cuff links and this week it was missing on the Pro-Am leading prize of a £350 X-Box. Tournament Director, Jamie Birkmyer was waiting for the Dubliner after his second successive round of 67 that put the current World No. 55 ranked player into seventh place at eight under par on day three of the BMW PGA Championship. Lowry was runner-up last year to World No. 1 Rory McIlroy and now with a round to play surely will be entertaining ...

Miguel Angel Jimenez, Europe’s Oldest-Ever Winner, Now Sets Tour ‘Hole-In-One’ New Records … See The Video.

Spain’s Miguel Angel Jimenez has created another first in European Tour history. Not only is Jimenez the Tour’s oldest-ever winner but he has not broken the record for the most holes-in-one after he aced the par three second hole on day two of the BMW PGA Championship. And the pony-tailed Spaniard equaled the record for the most aces in a single season securing his third hole-in-one this year after last week having a hole-in-one that earned him 288 bottles of beer during the course of ...
Rory McIlroy in trouble down the last on route to a closing bogey and round of 78 to miss the BMW PGA Championship cut.  (Photo - Stuart Adams/www.golftourimages.com)

Rory McIlroy Finds Too Many Potholes On BMW PGA ‘Burma Road’.

World No. 1 Rory McIlroy’s efforts to play five events in succession back-fired when he easily missed the cut in the BMW PGA Championship. McIlroy found too many potholes along the famed ‘Burma Road’ course horribly posting a six-over par 78 for an uncharacteristic five over par tally. It was less a week ago McIlroy shot a career-best 61 on route to victory in the Wells Fargo Championship but in competing in Europe for a first time this year the four-time Major Champion was very much short ...
Rory McIlroy with Sean Reddy at Nike Town in London last Monday.

Young Irish Lad Wins High Praise From Rory McIlroy.

World No. 1 Rory McIlroy has a new hero in young Cork born Sean Reddy. With thanks to the Irish Examiner, and one of my contributing newspapers, there is the story of McIlroy meeting the eight year old during his visit to London’s Nike mega store on Monday night. er’s autograph. Reddy, a pupil at Gaelscoil Uí Drisceoil in Glanmire, Cork, was discovered by Nike executives after taking a few swings in a golf simulator at Niketown in London. Reddy had a whirlwind few days last weekend ...
Francesco Molinari finds the shortest route around the famed 'Burma Road' course.  (Photo - Fran Caffrey/www.golffile.ie)

Fantastic Francesco Molinari Finds Shortest Route Around The Burma Road.

Italy’s Francesco Molinari’s excellent recent form showed no sign of abating as the Italian found the shortest route aroudn the famed ‘Burma Road’ course in carding a seven under par 65 to lead after the opening round of the BMW PGA Championship. Molinari, whose brother Edoardo retired with a wrist injury, was joint second in the Open de España last week and has an excellent record at Wentworth Club, having finished seventh, ninth and seventh the last three years. “I think ...
Padraig Harrington heads to Wentworth's first tee and admitting:  "My shoulder's not good."

Harrington Hopeful Of Qualifying For U.S. Open Despite Wentworth Withdrawal.

Padraig Harrington’s chances of qualifying for next month’s US Open shortened after a right shoulder injury forced him out after just two holes of the BMW PGA Championship. Harrington, and currently ranked 83rd in the world, has to rely on qualifying for the US Open at next Monday’s 36-hole qualifier at Walton Heath or finishing top-three at next week’s Irish Open or the following week’s FedEx St. Jude Classic in Memphis. Harrington had been in doubt all week with the injury he sustained ...