All Stories

Tiger Roars With Lowest PGA First Round Since 2009.

Fifteen-time Major-winning Tiger Woods produced his lowest opening PGA Championship round in 11-years thanks to a two-under-par 68 at the US PGA Championship in San Francisco. It was also Woods’ lowest first day in any Major since the 2012 Open Championship. Woods, and rugged-up wearing a pullover and scarf/face mask grabbed five birdies playing in the company of fellow PGA winners Rory McIlroy (70) and current World No.  1 Justin Thomas (71). Woods was teeing-up at TPC Harding Park and enjoyed ...

Woodland Reckons Lowry’s Open Victory in Ireland Akin If He Won US Open In Kansas

Who remembers Shane Lowry played the opening two rounds in last year’s US Open in the company of eventual champion, Gary Woodland? And more recently, can you remember who finished higher up the leaderboard, Lowry or Woodland, when they were grouped just a few weeks back on day three of the Workday Charity Open at Muirfield Village? * Check your knowledge at end of story Slightly lost in PGA Championship conversation this week as Lowry looks to be a first to win back-to-back majors in five years ...

2021 USA Ryder Cup Team Qualifying Changes – Now Top Six & Not Top Eight.

The PGA of America have reacted to the rescheduling of the 43rd Ryder Cup in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic with team qualfication changes. USA Captain Steve Stricker announced a revised selection criteria for the U.S. Team that will compete Sept. 21-26, 2021 at Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wisconsin. All points earned by U.S. players since qualifications began in 2019 will continue to be recognized. The U.S. selection criteria will now extend through the second 2021 FedEx Cup Playoff event (BMW ...

MacIntyre Not Wanting A ‘Rules Official’ Role In A Second Straight Major.

Robert MacIntyre tees-up on Thursday in just a second career major hoping he does not have to again take on a ‘rules official’ role over the opening two rounds at the PGA Championship in San Francisco. MacIntyre’s maiden appearance in a major some 13 months ago at the Open Championship was clouded in controversy on day two of competition at Royal Portrush. Scotland’s top-ranked golfer publically took Kyle Stanley to task for not calling ‘fore’ after the American’s errant tee ...

Lowry – 400 Days On From 60,000 Delirious Home Fans To The Calm Of Nil Spectators.

It’s been nearly 400 days since well over 60,000 delirious home fans cheered-on Shane Lowry to victory in last year’s Open Championship at Royal Portrush. Now Lowry, and with less a few hundred on site at this week’s PGA Championship, reckons he can become a repeat major champion with less than a few hundred individuals on site at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco. If so, Lowry would become the first back-to-back winner of a Major since Jordan Spieth won both the 2015 Masters and the following ...

McIlroy Reveals The Time He Spent ‘A Few Months Pocketmoney’ To Play Valderrama

Four-time Major winning Rory McIlroy revealed a on the eve of this week’s PGA Championship something not known to the wider golfing world. McIlroy was asked if he could remember the last occasion he paid for a green fee. And in thinking to himself for a handfull of seconds, McIlroy came-up with the answer. “Valderrama, 2005, 250 Euros,” he said. Why Valderrama? “I’ve always liked the look at Valderrama. I was in Spain. Obviously Ryder Cup course. The Tour Championship ...

European Tour Turf American John Catlin & His Caddy Out Of Hanbury Manor ‘Bubble’.

Americans just don’t seem to get it! This comes after the European Tour released a four-sentence statement to say that American John Catlin and his caddie Nathan Mulrooney have been withdrawn from this week’s English Championship at Hanbury Manor after they breached Covid-19 protocol. The rules for all six ‘UK Swing’ are plain and simple.  Once you enter the tournament ‘bubble’ you have to remain in the bubble and the minute you leave that ‘bubble’ ...