Martin Kaymer has expressed discontent over the poor image portrayed by the German golf. He has complained that the game organizers fail to attract a wider audience base.
Jim Furyk is an American golfer who plays professionally on the US PGA Tour, having turned professional in the year 1992. Born on the 12th of May, 1970, a young Furyk showed an aptitude for golf and it can be stated that one of the major influences behind him taking up the golf club was his father Mike.
The senior Furyk was an assistant professional at the Edgmont Country Club and later, he served as a professional at the West Chester Golf and Country Club and of course, the Hidden Springs Golf Course in Horsham.
Tom Lewis is one of those wonder boys who made it real quick into the professional golf course. From Welwyn Garden City which is in Hertfordshire in England he qualified for the 2011 Open Championship within just a matter of two years. He began his winning spree from the Boys Amateur Championship at Royal St George’s in 2009.
Jim Furyk is an inspirational golfer when there are high handicappers. Jim’s unconventional swing comes across with fans throughout the country - he does not have the classic swing like Tiger Woods, Zach Johnson, Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy, but something more akin to what you'd see at your local golf club on a Saturday morning.
Ernie Els, the 2012 Open champ, has confirmed that he will play at the Volvo Golf Champions that will take place at the Durban Country Club. The event will start from 10th January and will go on till 13th January.
Now Earnie heads a tough South African challenge for the ‘tournament of champions’ of the European Tour, including the defending champ Branden Grace, 2 – time US Open champ Retief Goosen as well as 2010 Open champ Louis Oosthuizen.