MacIntyre Lone Scot In PGA Championship Field Heading To Southern Hills

Scottish lefty Robert MacIntyre may be the lone Scot teeing-up later this week in the 104th hosting of the PGA Championship but he’s not travelled to Tulsa, Oklahoma simply to make-up the Southern Hills numbers.   It will be MacIntyre’s third straight PGA Championship having made his debut in 2020 at Harding Park in San Francisco, though finishing well down in a tie for 66th while last year he was just inside the top-50 at Kiawah Island in South Carolina. It will also be MacIntyre’s ...

Ukranian 14-Year-Old Becomes Second Youngest To Make DP World Halfway Cut

Ukranian 14-year-old Lev Grinberg has become the second youngest player to make the cut at a DP World Tour event afer he added a second round 69 to his opening 70 and moved to three-under heading to the weekend rounds of the Soudal Open in Belgium. At 14-years, six months and six days old, Grinberg heads to the weekend rounds sharing 29th place on his now home Rinkven International course “I played amazing!” beamed Grinberg. “I can’t wait to play tomorrow and Sunday. It’s so nice to play ...

Scottish Best Friends Syme & Ferguson Slip Down The Soudal Open Board

Scottish best friends Connor Syme and Ewen Ferguson twice on day two were sharing the lead before slipping down the board at the Soudal Open in Antwerp, Belgium. Syme, and coming off a share of second in last week’s British Masters, brilliantly tied the lead with the five opening birdies but it was all downhill after a 10th hole bogey. The Drumoig golfer ended in a golfing ambulance with a bogey on 12, a double on 13 and while he birdied 17 for a second day, Syme dropped a shot at the last ...

Santos Sizzles Day Two Soudal Open, Exactly A Decade In Winning On Tour

It is a decade today – May 13th, 2012 – since the very affable Portuguese golfer Ricardo Santos brilliantly won on home soil in capturing the Madiera Islands Open. Santos was in sizzling form posting a closing round 63 to win by four shots on the course located very high-up, and dramatically overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. It was the then 29-year-old’s maiden and still first DP World Tour victory.  There were emotional scenes with his wife, Rita and then very young three-year-old ...

Power Proudly Returns Standing Tall At AT & T Byron Nelson

Seamus Power returned to Dallas proudly standing tall, and where a year ago he turned around his career, in posting a sizzling 66 on day one at the AT & T Byron Nelson. Power grabbed seven birdies and dropped just one shot in bright but windy conditions on the host TPC Craig Ranch course located in suburban McKinley, and just to the north of the third largest city in the Lone Star State. Colombian-born, and now Texas-based Sebastian Munoz set a new course record signing for a blistering 12-under-par ...

Ferguson Warms To Fond Memories Of Host Soudal Open Course In Antwerp

Scotland’s Ewan Ferguson drew on fond host golf course memories to lead the Scottish challenge after the opening day of the Soudal Open outside of Antwerp in Belgium. Ferguson bounced back from a 15th hole to bogey to birdie the 16th in an eventual round of a four-under 67 in bright but windy conditions on the host Rinkven International course. The reigning Qatar Masters champ finished third on the same course at the 2019 Belgian Knockout, and in a season with four other secondary Challenge ...

Power Returns To AT & T Byron Nelson Where His Stunning Run First Connected

Seamus Power’s return to this week’s AT & T Bryon Nelson in Texas is special for many reasons. It was a year ago the then No. 342 world-ranked Irishman began a run of results that two months later led to a maiden PGA Tour triumph. Power made his way to the TPC Craig Ranch, to the north of Dallas, and for four rounds was never outside of the top-10 posting a superb starting round of 65, and followed it up with rounds of 68, 67 and a closing day 70 to share ninth place. It was Power’s 112th PGA ...