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DeChambeau Asking The Golf World To Be Mindful ‘We’re All Human’

In admitting he was getting ‘hammered’ in most quarters over recent years, Bryson DeChambeau wants to be at peace with all those involved in golf and to better recognise his efforts in helping grow the game of golf. DeChambeau was at home in Texas hosting a Zoom conference call in his ‘trophy room’ with the John Deere Classic trophy, and his first win on the PGA Tour, over his left shoulder and there down on the right of the American you could spot the top of his US Open trophy beside the ...

DeChambeau Looking To ‘Stack The Cards’ In His Favour Heading To Maiden St. Andrews Open

Big-hitting Bryson DeChambeau said he is looking to ‘stack the cards’ in his favour heading to this year’s 150th anniversary Open Championship at St. Andrews. The 28-year-old has never played the host Old Course while this year’s Open will be a fifth showing in golf’s oldest major. And in a Zoom call promoting next month’s Saudi Invitational he was asked his thoughts in heading to Scotland for The Open. “What’s funny is I’ve never played St. Andrews, ...

Pom Points His Putter Point-Blank Sounding An Ultimatum

They call it the ‘Golf Writers Mock’! It is when you leave the sanctuary of the media center and walk out onto the golf course and choose to follow a particular group or golfer. Nothing really wrong with that as long as the player you are following doesn’t start dropping shots. I was reporting on the 1991 Volvo German Open at the Hubblelrath GC in Dusseldorf.  It was late August and the German Open was the last qualifying event for the European Ryder Cup team selection though at ...

Lowry Already In Gladiatorial Mode Twenty Months Out From Rome Ryder Cup

It is still some 20 months away and Shane Lowry is already in gladiatorial mode revealing he’s strongly focused on being on the Rome team to hopefully win back the Ryder Cup. After spending the Christmas festive season lovingly trying to ‘confuse’ his oldest daughter, Iris over Santa, Lowry gets back into the deep-end of competition for the first time in 2022 at next week’s Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship. Lowry won the Abu Dhabi event three years ago, and a victory that led to a double-tournament ...

Power Soaring High With Two Eagles In Hawaii

Seamus Power was brilliantly soaring high on the board with two eagles on day two of the Sentry Tournament of Champions at the Plantation course in Hawaii. Power eagled the fifth and 15th holes and grabbed four other birdies in a blemish-free second round of an eight-under par 65 to jump 17 places and into a share of eighth place in the no-cut, 39-player, winner’s only event on the island of Maui. Aussie Cameron Smith continues to show the way adding a 64 to his opening score of 65 and ...

Nicklaus Delighted To Be Made An ‘Honorary Citizen Of St. Andrews’.

… by Fatiha Betscher Legendary Jack Nicklaus has expressed his delight with news he’s to be made an ‘Honorary Citizen of St. Andrews’. The local St. Andrews Community Council wrote to the 18-time major champion with the offer and with Nicklaus confirming he will be present during the July 150th Open Championship celebrations to accept the honour. The award comes 17-years after a similar Council proposal was made in 2005 ahead of the Golden Bear’s final Open Championship but with ...

Power Tees-Up In Hawaii With The Admiration Of Major Champs Harrington & Lowry

Seamus Power will head into Thursday’s starting Sentry Tournament of Champions in Hawaii carrying the admiration of two Irish-born major champions – Padraig Harrington and Shane Lowry. Power is among just 39 players, including 38 fellow PGA Tour winners from 2021 and also Olympic Gold Medal-winning Xander Schauffle, contesting the first event of the New Year on the Plantation Course at Kapalua in Maui. The West Waterford golfer earned his place in the Euro 7.3m event on the back of last July’s ...