Spain's Pablo Larrazabal still fighting off hornets after jumping into a lake.

Larrazabal Dives Into Kuala Lumpur Water Hazard To Avoid Stinging Hornets.

Spain’s Pablo Larrazabal has dived into a water hazard to avoid attacking hornets during his second round in the Maybank Malaysian Open. The reigning Abu Dhabi HSBC champion was on the 14th hole or the fifth hole of his round when he fled to safety by diving fully clothed into a water hazard guarding the green. “They were three times the size of bees,” said Larrazábal “They were huge and like 30 or 40 of them started to attack me big time. I didn’t know what to do. My caddie told me to ...
Jason Day and his caddie, Col Swatton, are all smiles after winning the World Cup at Royal Melbourne (Photo: Anthony Powter)

Jason Day Reinjures Thumb Hitting ‘Mickelson’s Tree’ Root At Augusta National.

Jason Day now has renewed concerns for his immediate future after it’s been revealed he re-injured his troublesome left thumb during last week’s Masters. The 26-year old Australian had planned to enter this week’s RBC Heritage Classic at Hilton Head in South Carolina. However the reigning WGC –World Cup ‘Individual’ champion and winner of February’s WGC – Accenture Match-Play Championship withdrew before teeing-up in the $US 5.8m event. PGA Tour officials were advised of his withdrawal ...
Russell Knox again displays he's deserving of a Scottish Open invitation.

Russell Knox Again Knocking On Victory Door – Scottish Open Invitation Now A Must!

Newly-married Russell Knox again reminded Scottish Open organisers of his talent with an impressive display on debut in the RBC Heritage Classic at Hilton Head, South Carolina. The Inverness golfer posted four birdies in conditions he would be more used to back home in a round of a two under par 69 on the Harbor Town Links course. Knox was greeted by his new wife, Andrea and headed to lunch in the $US 5.8m event lying just three strokes behind three Americans including World No. 6 Matt Kuchar. And ...
Stephen Gallacher had to  buy himself a woolly hat before teeing-up in the RBC Heritage Classic.  (Photo - Stuart Adams/www.golftourimages).

Stephen Gallacher Side-Steps The Alligators But Not The Cold – Has To Buy Woolly Cap.

Stephen Gallacher probably has a draw full of woollen hats back home but he found himself paying a visit the local pro shop ahead of carding a level par 71 on the opening day of the RBC Heritage Classic in South Carolina. It left the Scot trailing five shots behind three players including World No. 6 Matt Kuchar. Gallacher ended his round at noon local time still rugged-up under three layers in the bright but very cold conditions on Harbor Town Golf Links course on Hilton Head Island. However warmed ...
McDowell's picture on back and front of Heritage drawsheet,

Graeme McDowell Tees-Up In Hilton Head Still Carrying Some Unwanted Masters Baggage.

It is a new tournament and he was introduced on the tee as the RBC Heritage Classic defending champion but Graeme McDowell admitted he was still suffering a ‘hangover’ from last week’s Masters disappointment. McDowell holed a 10-foot pin-high putt on the smallish ninth green he was playing before joining his family for lunch in the Harbor Town Golf Links clubhouse five shots behind the leading American trio of World No. 6 Matt Kuchar, Scott Langley and William McGirt who lead the field by two ...

Nick Faldo’s 30th RBC Heritage Anniversary Turns Pear Shape.

Nick Faldo’s 30th year anniversary of his first PGA Tour victory was hardly cause for celebration in crashing to tail of the field on day one of the RBC Heritage Classic in South Carolina. The six-time Major’s winner has by-passed the senior’s tour to play a handful of main tour events in coming months. However Faldo had just one birdie but also five bogeys and a double bogey in his round of a six over par 77 on the Harbor (No. U) Town Golf Links course at Hilton Head. It sent the 56-year old ...
Matt Kuchar opens with a 66 on day one - RBC Heritage Classic.  (Photo - www.pgatour.com)

Matt Kuchar Looks To Make Hilton Head Four-Times Lucky.

American Matt Kuchar is looking to finally make if four times lucky after posting a five under par 66 on the opening day of the RBC Heritage Classic at Hilton Head. Kuchar warmed to the bright but very cold conditions in his best-ever round on the tight tree-lined Harbor Town Golf Links course. The current World No. 6 arrived in South Carolina having been in contention for victory in the past three events only. First in the Valero Texas Open and then in the following week’s Shell Houston Open, ...