A woman sitting amongst the trees midway down the 14th green fairway shouted in the direction of Phil Mickelson, about his induction into the World Golf Hall of Fame intending for the left handed golfer to hear her as she pulled out a pink cell phone and clicked an image of one of the legends of the game.
American golfer Anthony Kim has shed the proverbial monkey off his back when he completed all the 36 holes at the Honda Classic with a score of one under par, 70 – 69, adding up to 139.
Over the last few events, it is becoming extremely common seeing Kim making the cut in event after event, after failing to do so in the majority of the first few events that he entered in ever since he turned to the professional world of golf.
Graeme McDowell has had a brilliant year so far and the memories of winning the Ryder Cup will not fade away easily. The Northern Irishman won the Ryder Cup for Europe.
The year 2010 was brilliant for the golfer as he two putted the eighteenth hole at the Pebble Beach and became the first British player to have won the prestigious US open in forty years. He reversed the outcome of the War at Kiawah Island some nineteen years ago after he won the match on the seventeenth hole.
This year, golfer Phil Michelson has had an odd time as he prepares for the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.
Generally he is one of those few two or three familiar faces at this championship, but this year Phil is out on Incognito Drive as former world number one Tiger Woods’ come back takes up the entire spotlight.
A few days ago, golfer Dustin Johnson withdrew from the Humana Challenge because of a back pain.
Dustin withdrew after playing the first 9 holes at the La Quinta Country Club. That week, the no 8 ranked golfer was the highest ranked player in the Palm Springs. Dustin hit an even-par seventy-two on Palmer Course.
In November, he had an arthroscopic operation in his right knee. He told that his lower back is very painful and stiff. The golfer also did not take part in the PGA Tour’s first 2 events in Hawaii.
Golfer Phil Mickelson, the 2 time Humana Challenge winner has trusted to play in the event in which he has enjoyed huge success.
In May, Mickelson will be inducted in the World Golf Hall of Fame and he is the second Hall of Fame pick to enter the Humana Challenge field. Greg Norman, the leader of the International team at the last two Presidents Cups and twice British open champion, also pulled himself in his first ever Humana Challenge since 1986.
Rickie Fowler has gone through immense pressure and has showcased a great deal of skills to finally emerge victorious at the Korean Open this year.
The 22 year old American golfers six shot win pushed Rory Mcilroy into second spot. His opponent missed a few opportunities to turn the score card around, but thankfully failed to do so. The basic reason behind this is that Rickie Fowler has put on a spectacular performance, smashing home birdie after birdie to ensure that there was no let up for the chasing pack.
IT’S 20 years since half of Wales stayed up until midnight to watch Ian Woosnam win the US Masters at Augusta. Anthony Woolford caught up with our greatest ever golfer to reflect on how those four days in Georgia changed the rest of his life.
AS soon as he arrived at Augusta National this week (sponsored byt the Free Golf Bet website) it was more of a stroll down memory lane than Magnolia Drive as Ian Woosnam’s mind wandered back 20 years.
Ross Fisher and Retief Goosen are tied for the lead in the opening round of the Masters Tournament, golf’s first major championship of the season.
Fisher, an Englishman who teed off in the first group of the day, is 4-under par through 15 holes at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Goosen, from South Africa, made an eagle on the par-4 first hole and is 4 under through seven.
Japanese teen golf prodigy Ryo Ishikawa teed off Thursday in the 75th Masters with hopes of providing people struggling in his disaster-ravaged homeland some much-needed inspiration.
The 19-year-old superstar has vowed to donate his entire 2011 season golf prize money winnings to relief efforts in the wake of last month’s earthquake and tsunami that left 26,000 dead in Japan.