POULTER LOSES US TOUR STATUS

English pro golfer Ian James Poulter has lost his tour card after failing to get the required results at the Texas Open.

He said he was not going away but would rather continue to compete in US tournaments on sponsor invitations. The dismissed the loss as “over-dramatized,” adding that he would feature in European Tour events as well.

Rotary Golf Tournament Raises Funds

The Franklin Group Rotary Golf Tournament is all geared up to save lives of several people.

JASON DUFNER, PGA TOUR PRO TALKS MICHIGAN, DETROIT SPORTS

Just like other sports stars are fans of golf, golfers are also fans of other sports and it is no different for Jason Dufner, PGA Tour pro, who recently in a one on one conversation, addressed a number of issues such as the Detroit Pistons’ move downtown and the Michigan vs. Ohio football game.

Adrian Otaegui Secured Second Position

In ongoing Turkish Airlines open, Adrian Otaegui got in second position after shot a 63.

He is not the alone in place. Otaegui is sharing this position with Thongchai Jaidee. The is the final series of tour that also include DP world tour championship, Dubai and Nedbank Challenge going to take place in South Africa.

Otaegu Happy With Second Place In Austria

The 23 year old Spanish golfer Adrian Otaegu says he is very much satisfied and happy with the way he is currently performing in the European tour.

His best ever finish in a European tournament was a 69 he achieved at the Lyoness Open. He was second best in the tournament and hopes to build on this good journey by winning a title soon. He has so far participated in 18 events this season and is currently in the 80th position.