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Hero World Challenge Increasing Field Size Though No Word If Tiger Will Tee-Up

The Tiger Woods hosted Hero World Challenge will return after a year’s absence with an increased field size. The event will now feature 20 players when it is contested from December 2nd to 5th again at the Albany club in the  Bahamas. Woods tweeted the news but naturally was not about to say whether would be able to compete as he recovers from his single car crash in February. Excited to welcome an expanded field to the Hero World Challenge at Albany this year. https://t.co/hguYVEdSX1 — Tiger ...

Schauffele’s Olympic Winning Hug With His Father Was Pure Gold

Xander Schauffele had spoken ahead of the Olympic Games of the heartbreak endured by his father, Stefan, in being denied his opportunity, when aged 20, of the chance to represent Germany at the sport’s highest level. His son, Xander, brilliantly made-up for his father’s sadness in brilliantly capturing the golfing gold medal in Japan. As reported by www.golfbytourmiss.com  ( http://www.golfbytourmiss.com/2021/07/this-ones-for-you-dad-xander-schauffeles-extra-special-reason-to-win-olympic-gold/ ...

Drysdale’s Great Start As He Goes For Gold In ISPS Handa World Invitational

Scotland’s David Drysdale showed he’s going for gold in posting a blistering six-under par 64 to be sharing second place on the opening day of the men’s and women’s ISPS World Invitational in Northern Ireland. Drysdale grabbed seven birdies in a lowest round since a similar 64 on day three of last year’s Qatar Masters, and where he went so close to that long overdue maiden Tour title. His effort on the Galgorm Castle course say Drydale end the first day tied in second place with rookie ...

“This One’s For You Dad!” Xander Schauffele’s Extra Special Reason To Win Olympic Gold

This one is for my dad. That’s the message this week as American Xander Schauffele tees-up representing the USA in the Olympic Games in Tokyo. The Olympics has always been extra special for the now 27-year-old Schauffele as his father, and also his lifelong golf coach, was hopping around 40-years-ago to represent Germany in decathlon. Sadly, a drunken driver robbed the then 20-year-old Stefan Schauffele of that opportunity when their cars collided in Japan and with a piece of windshield lodged ...

Rahm Lying Top For 2021 Award Of Golf’s ‘Luckiest & Unluckiest’ Golfer

If there is an award in 2021 for golf’s ‘Luckiest and Unluckiest’ golfer it would have to be Jon Rahm. Firstly, the ‘unlucky’ news with Rahm now testing positive for a second time for Covid-19 in two months and thus being denied the honour of representing Spain in this week’s Olympics. It is a second time this year Rahm has tested positive as a few months ago, there was the sight Rahm being shockingly informed in front of everyone post the third round of the Memorial that ...

Power Returns Home Triumphant To His Beloved West Waterford Club.

Seamus Power has returned home triumphant to his beloved West Waterford Golf Club following last week’s maiden success on the PGA Tour and confirming he will contest next year’s Dubai Duty Free Irish Open. The new Barbasol Championship winner jetted into Ireland on Thursday and after meeting-up with his father, Ned the pair headed off Friday to West Waterford for a welcome home reception. “This place is as close to a home as something can be,” Seamus told MC Kieran O’Connor ...

Clarke & McGinley Right At Home For This Week’s Senior Open At Sunningdale

It couldn’t be any more comfortable for the Irish duo of Darren Clarke or Paul McGinley in teeing-up at this week’s Senior Open Championship at Sunningdale. Clarke is among a dozen major champions and he and McGinley make-up a contingent of 10 Ryder Cup captains teeing-up on the famed Surrey course, and only a short drive from European Tour HQ at Wentworth. Clarke was a member of the Sunningdale club in his years competing on the European Tour while McGinley continues to be a resident on the ...