When Charl Schwartzel returns to Muirfield Village in October to play in the Presidents Cup what Nick Price, the captain of the International Team, says will be gospel. On Thursday, though, during the first round of the Memorial Tournament, Schwartzel decided to heed his own advice.
Scotland’s Pete Whiteford picked up five shots in his last four holes to take the clubhouse lead midway through the second round of the Nordea Masters.
The Ballantine’s Championship runner-up turned in 33, dropped his only shot of the day at the tenth then birdied the 12th and 13th.
Professional golf returns to Polokwane for the first time in seven years with the launch of the R500 000 Polokwane Classic.
The most recent tournament on the Sunshine Tour was launched at the Polokwane Golf Club on Wednesday by the Executive Mayor of Polokwane, Councillor Freddy Greaver, and will be played there from 13-15 June. The tournament brings professional tournament golf back to the home club of double US Open champion Retief Goosen.
Matteo Manassero followed up the biggest win of his career on Sunday with an impressive six under par 66 to take a share of the clubhouse lead on day one of the Nordea Masters.
Watch our exclusive coverage of the action from the par-3 12th and 16th from the Memorial Tournament...
James Kingston is just two years away from being able to ply his trade on the seniors circuits, but his share of sixth in the BMW PGA Championship showed there is plenty of fight in the old warhorse yet.
A mysterious twitch in Boo Weekley's left eye this weekend caused him to lose focus. Literally. When his eyelid started to flick like a hummingbird fluttering its wings, he simply couldn't judge distances or read greens.
But this weekend at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial, he found himself in the mix, in the heat of battle.
Matt Kuchar's 54-hole lead is wiped out at the Crowne Plaza Invitational. Can he get back into the mix? Watch with CBS' live stream.
Matteo Manassero became the youngest BMW PGA Championship winner in history at the age of 20 after a thrilling play-off victory at Wentworth Club. The Italian finished level with 2010 winner Simon Khan and Scotland’s Marc Warren on ten-under-par after 72 holes, but after Warren exited at the first play-off hole having driven into trees down the right, the two remaining players looked inseparable.
George Coetzee played himself into contention in Friday’s second round of the BMW PGA Championship with a solid two-under-par 70 at the Wentworth Club.
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