“Playing right in front of Tiger Woods is pretty cool too. I’m not going to lie. I’m being a little selfish here, but that’s pretty cool”, said Korda
Here are some facts and figures ahead of this weekend’s PNC Championship
“It was the toughest round I’ve had since I’ve been here. I thought it was windy last week but this was a whole new level,” said Mehaffey.
Yanwei Liu and teenage amateur Wenyi Ding share the lead at the Volvo China Open after shooting opening rounds of three-under-par 69 in Shenzhen
PNC will likely see a big bump in their visibility and tournament TV ratings for their event this weekend when Tiger gets on the tee
The R&A have advised that the top-three finishers (not already exempt) who finish inside the top-10 at Mount Juliet will be afforded tee-times at St Andrews
St. James’s Place Wealth Management have come on board as a sponsor of Europe’s biggest Pro-Am in another great PGA announcement
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New research figures revealed by The R&A and Sports Marketing Surveys show the number of total golfers globally has increased from 61 million to 66.6 million in a five-year period
Graeme McDowell has labeled Tiger Woods the epitome of ‘Golf’ and the ‘PGA Tour’ ahead of Woods’ return to competition later this week in Orlando
Aussie Wade Ormsby sits on a near $10,000 lead ahead of the hopeful two final two events next month of the drastically Covid-19 hit 2021/22 Asian Tour season
The 2022 Golf Ireland schedule will see increased opportunities for men, women, boys and girls to compete together in National Championships.
Captained by Scotland’s Catriona Matthew OBE, the team became only the second European side to win on US soil in the biennial event, defeating the USA 15-13 in a thrilling match at the Inverness Club in Toledo, Ohio.
“I am taking some confidence into these next three to four weeks off and I am not really planning on an off-season, as such. I will just try and keep the game ticking over and get back out there for the Sony Open”
Olivia Mehaffey comfortably progressed to the Final Stage of Ladies European Tour Q-School and she will be joined for another week in La Manga by Clandeboye’s Victoria Craig