Category: GOLF

Solheim Cup stories: Charley Hull thrashes Paula Creamer in 2013

Charley Hull will play an integral role for Team Europe this week six years from announcing himself into the world for her Solheim Cup debut. Hull was among six rookies in Liselotte Neumann’s facet in Colorado, in which the-then 17-year-old played a substantial portion in a record-breaking 18-10 success for Europe. The Englishwoman dropped her opening game but combined forces with debutant Jodi Ewart Shadoff to see off duo as Europe claimed a. Hull was

BMW PGA: Padraig Harrington wants all Ryder Cup hopefuls at Wentworth

Padraig Harrington has warned potential members of the European Ryder Cup group there’ll be”no excuses” for not playing at the BMW PGA Championship next year. Qualifying for the team begins this week and finishes at Wentworth next September before Harrington takes his side to defend the Ryder Cup against Steve Stricker’s Team USA. Harrington is thrilled to find a stellar field teeing it up at the West Course this week, headlined by Rory McIlroy, and

George Coetzee plays from water bare-footed at Open de France

George Coetzee fell short in his title challenge in the Open de France, despite producing among the most unlikely birdies of the season throughout the final round. Coetzee let a edge slip over the last six holes to end the week in third place, having left a charge up the leaderboard in unlikely manner at the par-five ninth. The Southern African’s tee finished left of the fairway and just inches leaving Coetzee needing to remove

BMW PGA Championship has ‘major feel’ to it on European Tour

Billy Horschel believes the BMW PGA Championship includes a significant feel to it thinks victory would cement his position. Horschel is one of a variety of PGA Tour players making their debut at Wentworth this week, together with Tony Finau Patrick Reed and Viktor Hovland all emerging at the Rolex Series event. Changes into this European Tour calendar watched the tournament moved from its May spot to September, allowing more players to include it with

PGA Tour Betting Picks: Safeway Open

This year’s PGA Tour’s schedule has been ruffled such as a sack of chips on a Sunday. Since they were this time this past year, golfers aren’t playing with the tournaments. This is mostly due to the coming 2020 Summer Olympics. I don’t think from they may have performed early in the summer more favorably than history, that it’s unrealistic, though, to select on our winners/top placers. You hear a good deal of even the

KLM Open: Sergio Garcia two back from leader Scott Jamieson

In which Sergio Garcia is part of the pursuing pack scott Jamieson fired a bogey-free 65 to open up a two-shot lead at the halfway point of the KLM Open. The Scot posted seven birdies to a blemish-free card at The International for to 11 under and pull clear of the number of four players. Garcia is among those nine under following an opening-round 68 with James Morrison, English trio Matt Southgate and Callum Shinkwin

Justin Rose battling knee injury ahead of BMW PGA Championship

After showing he’s struggling with a knee injury, justin Rose has surfaced. Rose has also pulled from Wednesday, although he remains determined to take his place in the field for its opening round on Thursday and declared his press duties on Tuesday. The world no longer 4 suffered the injury last week and has been having intensive treatment on the ailment, but he is going to be unable to fit in any practice rounds prior

Solheim Cup: Intriguing draw for the final day singles at Gleneagles

Unbeaten Georgia Hall will take # 3 Lexi Thompson from Sunday’s singles draw at the Solheim Cup’s standout clash. Carlota Ciganda will lead Europe off from Team USA’s Danielle Kang at 11.40am as European captain Catriona Matthew hopes to get a duplicate of the 2011 contest in Ireland, once the scores were tied at 8-8 following fourteen days until Europe stormed to a 15-13 victory. Caroline Hedwall didn’t feature whatsoever on Saturday after her appearance

PGA Tour: Niemann becomes youngest non-US winner for 96 years

Our partners use technology, like biscuits, and gather info that is browsing to provide you with the very best online experience and to personalise the content and advertisements shown for you. Please let us know if you agree. Joaquin Niemann became the youngest winner on the PGA Tour since 1923 at the Greenbrier with a win at the A Military Tribute. Even the 20-year-old carded a 64 to fasten his maiden success under par on

The Challenge: Japan Skins Odds

After the Conclusion of the year’s Affair between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, Woods is back with a format that pits himself against Jason Day Rory McIlroy and Hideki Matsuyama. When it has to do with odds, BetOnline has tabbed McIlroy since the +150 front-runner, with Woods (+275), Matsuyama (+275) and Day (+300) behind him. That is a stark contrast to when books released the traces back in July when the episode was declared, as