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MacIntyre One Place From Masters Invitation But Scot More Concerned ‘Pushing On’.

Robert MacIntyre returns to competition after a four-week absence finding himself just one place from qualifying for the Masters but that is not what the young Scot has in focus. MacIntyre, 24, has moved-up four places since a mid-field finish mid last month at the DP World Tour championship in Dubai and now in his first event of 2021, the young Scot is No. 51 on the World Rankings. However, the Oban lefty has not strayed from his opinion since first coming into frame to qualify for a Masters invitation ...

Golf Under Fire – First Player & Sorenstam, Then Cabrera & Now Thomas Stripped Of Ralph Loren

The ancient club-and-ball game again is under fire with global clothing brand Ralph Loren stripping superstar American Justin Thomas of their attire following a homophobic slur in the opening event of the year. Thomas, 27, could be heard uttering the controversial remark in missing a putt during the Sentry Tournament of Champions in Hawaii. The 2017 PGA champion and winner of 14 other pro tournaments was wearing one of Ralph Loren’s RLX polo shirts at the time. Thomas signed with Ralph Loren in ...

WGC Mexico Leaving For Florida & Not Returning As Predicted Eight Days Ago By TourMiss

At first it was a tip from a Tour insider, then a leaked PGA Tour memo but now the Tour has confirmed what Tour Miss learned back on January 7th and that is confirmation the WGC – Mexico Championship is being moved from next month Mexico City to Florida. The Concession Golf Club in Bradenton and to the south of Tampa in Florida has been handed the host honour due to Covid-19 fears in taking the limited field back to Mexico.   BEING MOVED .. With 2021 @WGCMexico @EuropeanTour @PGATOUR ...

DeChambeau Singles Out Masters Meltdown Due To Brain Training & ‘Crazy Overworking’

Reigning US Open champ Bryson DeChambeau believes far too much brain training and resulting in ‘crazy overworking” was behind his health problems during last November’s Masters meltdown. DeChambeau, 27, had the Augusta National green jacket members on tender hooks ahead of last November’s rescheduled Masters with fears the golf’s ‘Hulk Hogan’ would run amuck among the Georgia ‘Cathedral in the Pines’ following his crushing triumph at Winged Foot. However, ...

Stars Of Stage, Screen & Sport Dropped From 2021 AT & T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

It comes as no surprise given California’s heightened coronavirus awareness that this year’s AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am will be played without its traditional pro-am format next month. The event was first played in 1937 as the Bing Crosby National Pro-Amateur but it was not to 1947 it was played on the Monterey Peninsula making this year the event’s 74th anniversary hosting along the spectacular Pacific Ocean shoreline. However, it will take place from February 11th to 14th without ...

Lowry Suggests New Ryder Cup Qualifying Points System For Stateside-Based Europeans.

Shane Lowry has suggested a new Ryder Cup qualifying process way forward as the European Tour looks to merge closer with the mighty PGA Tour. A landmark agreement was signed last November that will see golf’s two major Tours work together on strategic commercial opportunities including collaborating on global media rights in certain territories. Also, both Tours will also work in partnership on a number of other areas including global scheduling, prize funds and playing opportunities for the respective ...

McGinley Sad Turnberry Missing Out Post Washington Troubles.

Gleneagles winning Ryder Cup captain, Paul McGinley is saddened Turnberry will not feature in the foreseeable future as an Open Championship. McGinley, of course, is not surprised that following the events in the U.S. capital last week that golfing bodies such as the R & A and PGA of America have been quick to distance themselves from US President Donald Trump. But to lose Turnberry, and the Irishman’s favourite host venue on the Open Championship rota, is a disappointment to the recently-turned ...