Rusty Ready To Take His Place At Knox’s Next Victory Trophy Shoot

Russell Knox is thinking of applying for new family member tournament credential in time for when he pulls off a next victory. The champion Scot went so close to success at last fortnight’s AT & T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and what would have been a third PGA Tour win only to have any victory carpet pulled from under him after a bizarre and confusing double ruling early on the final day at Pebble Beach. Looking on was wife, Andrea and the couple’s newest team-member, seven-month-old ‘Rusty’. ‘Rusty’ ...

McIlroy Has A Winning Appetite Whet Teeing-Up Next Two (And Maybe Three) Tour Events He’s Won.

Rory McIlroy’s appetite to end a near 500-day victory absence is clearly whet playing two events, and possibly three, in a row he’s tasted success. McIlroy is a former champion in the next three PGA Tour tournaments – today’s (THURS) starting Arnold Palmer Invitational, next week’s Players Championship and the week of March 18th to 21st should he tee-up in the Honda Classic close to home at Palm Beach Gardens. McIlroy captured the 2018 Arnold Palmer some 18-months after ‘Arnie’ ...

Spieth Full Of Praise For Monahan Over Covid Handling

Three-time major winning Jordan Spieth has singled out PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan just over a week shy of March 12th, 2020 and the COVID-19 affected decision to shut down the PGA Tour. It was around 8pm local US time on the opening day of the flagship Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass when players and caddies received a group text to advise the event was being cancelled. It was not until June 11th, and three months later, when the PGA Tour returned to the Charles Schwab in Fort Worth, Texas. Spieth, ...

MacIntyre Confident Of Finding His A-Games At Arnie’e Event

Top-ranked Scot Robert MacIntyre took the unusual step to post himself a ‘reminder’ tweet in leaving the Florida west coast and hoping it pays off in finding his ‘A’ game at this week’s Arnold Palmer Invitational in Orlando. MacIntyre will be making his debut in the famed event and again taking place on Palmer’s beloved Bay Hill Resort course and just a 10-minute drive from Disney World in the playground capital of the Sunshine State. The Oban lefty remains at No. 43 on the World ...

Woods Moved By Outpouring Of Red and Black Support.

Tiger Woods has been moved by the outpouring of support across three events last Sunday. Woods thanked his fellow golfers, officials and fans who wore red and black in his honour following last Tuesday’s horrific car crash in suburban L. A. The 15-time major winner tweeted from his hospital bed, saying:  “It is hard to explain how touching today was when I turned on the TV and saw all the red shirts. “To every golfer and every fan, you are truly helping me get through this tough ...

McIlroy Leads Red & Black Show Of Appreciation For Woods … “We’re All Rooting For Him”.

Rory McIlroy didn’t end a 15-month winless drought but he won huge favour and so did so many other players in showing their support for a recovering Tiger Woods. McIlroy like so many players, including Partrick Reed, Kevin Kisner, Tommy Fleetwood, Tony Finau, Cameron Champ, Jason Day and so many others wore Woods tradtional Sunday attire of a red shirt and black trousers over the final round of the Workday WGC at The Concession. And McIlroy, who posted a final round 71 for a 12-under par tally ...

MacIntyre Posts Himself A Twitter Message To Take His Wedge Game To Arnie’s Event.

Young Scot Robert MacIntyre sent himself a ‘message’ via his Twitter account to remind himself to take his wedge game to this week’s debut appearance in the Arnold Palmer Invitational in suburban Orlando. McIntyre’s four rounds at the Workday WGC at The Concession on the Florida west coast was summed-up he remarked immediately post his round at the 72nd hole in three-putting from 50-feet for bogey in a closing round level par 72 and an eight-over par tally. MacIntyre said: “My ...