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Cameron Smith Vows To Stay With The ‘Mullet’ & It’s Not A Fish.

Defending Sony Hawaiian Open champ, Cameron Smith has vowed to stick with the ‘Mullet’. What’s the Mullet I hear you say? No, it’s not a fish but a ’80s style of haircut and definitely not  your basic ‘short-back-and-sides’ cut.  Of all the lockdown fashion cliches, few could have predicted the mullet.  The hairstyle, known for its ‘business-on-top’ and ‘party-at-the-back’ shape is emblematic of all things 1980. The ‘mullet’ ...

Augusta Agrees To ‘Limited’ Patron Attendance For 2021 Masters

Fred Ridley, Chairman of Augusta National Golf Club, announced today that the Club intends to limit attendance at the 85th Masters Tournament, scheduled for April 5-11, 2021. The Tournament will be conducted with similar health and safety standards to those previously instituted in November 2020. With these protocols in place, efforts are being made to include a limited number of patrons, provided it can be done safely. “Following the successful conduct of the Masters Tournament last November ...

More Bizarre For MacIntyre & Now Up To World No. 52 Still Without Playing A Shot.

It just gets more bizarre for top-ranked Scot Robert MacIntyre who is now up to World No. 52 on the rankings. MacIntyre has moved up one place with the release tomorrow morning (MON) of ‘Week 2’ of the 2021 rankings and again with the Scot not hitting a shot. In fact, the Oban lefty has jumped four places since his final event in 2021 and that was a month ago at the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai without having a club in his hand. MacIntyre is still 11 days away from making his ...

Westwood Wastes Little Time Returning To Middle East

Lee Westwood has wasted little time returning to the UAE and just three weeks after being crowned European Tour No. 1 for a third time in his career. Westwood jetted out of Scotland on Tuesday bound for Dubai ahead of his January 21st starting defence of his Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship in neighbouring Abu Dhabi. And as Westwood drove Tuesday from the Close House golf resort near Newcastle to Glasgow Airport to connect with his flight to Dubai, he picked-up another honour. Westwood was contacted ...

Westwood Wins AGW ‘Golfer Of The Year’ For Record Fourth Time

England’s Lee Westwood has been voted for a record fourth time the Association of Golf Writers (AGW) ‘Golfer of the Year’. Westwood polled 53% of the votes of Association members to secure the 2020 ‘Golfer of the Year’ title from Germany’s and AIG Women’s Open winner, Sophia Popov who was second favourite among members with 20% of the votes. The prestigious AGW Golfer Writers Trophy, and initially awarded in 1951, recognises the team, person or persons, resident or born in Europe, ...

Rahm Celebrates Callaway Signing With New Course Record 59.

Spaniard Jon Rahm revealed he celebrated his first outing as a Callaway staff player in shooting a new course record 59 at his home club in Arizona. The World No. 2 will tee-off in this week’s PGA Tour Sentry Tournament of Champions in Hawaii using Callaway clubs. Rahm, who spent years with TaylorMade, signed a 14-club deal with Callaway that includes using an Odyssey putter and using Callaway’s Chrome Soft X golf ball. Rahm celebrated his signing with a tweet saying: I’m excited for 2021 ...

DJ To Head Record Field Teeing-Up In Hawaii.

World No. 1 and reigning Masters champion Dustin Johnson will lead a record field of 42 starters for this week’s first PGA Tour event of 2021 – the Sentry Tournament of Champions in Hawaii. The event was founded in 1953 but since 1999 has been played on the Plantation Course at Kapalua on the island of Maui. It is traditionally the PGA TOUR’s winners-only event where players qualify courtesy of their victories during the previous calendar year, however, an additional eligibility criteria was ...