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Why does Ernie Els, a tireless globetrotter, is keen to curtail his travel schedule?

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010

Ernie Els came to a small Pacific Ocean island all the way from Florida for launching his 2010 PGA Tour season. Even for a tireless globetrotter like Els, it appears like a really long way to make it for just one tournament, namely the Sony Open. (more…)

Jose Maria Olazabal Not Sure Of Captaincy

Friday, May 23rd, 2008

Jose Maria Olazabal insists that he has not been offered to become Ryder Cup captain for Celtic Manor in Wales in two years’ tenure. He admitted that Thomas Bjorn, who is the chairman of Europe’s players’ committee, did speak to hi a couple of weeks ago, but the job was not offered to him. (more…)

Avoid Golf Comfort Zones

Tuesday, May 20th, 2008

Many golf  players get restricted with their so-called comfort zones, which prevents them from scoring their optimum. The comfort zone creates a problem when players play better than they expect themselves to play. However, this happens only to ‘general’ players and not those who are professionals. (more…)

Nick Dougherty Will Play In Milan

Saturday, May 10th, 2008

Nick Dougherty will play the Italian Open in Milan. He was devastated by his mother’s death only a few days ago. Brendan Taylor, the manager of Nick Dougherty’s said in a press release that his mom wanted him to go out of the way to make it to the Ryder Cup team. (more…)

Peter Lawrie Achieves His First European Tour Victory

Thursday, May 8th, 2008

Peter Lawrie was  overwhelmed with joy and relief as he achieved his first European Tour victory. He was left totally speechless with joy. The closest he had come to a win before was losing a play-off for the same event to Kenneth Ferrie of England around five years ago. (more…)

Bourdy Performs Great

Friday, May 2nd, 2008

Gregory Bourdy of France denied David Howell what would have been a great victory for by winning the Estoril Open de Portugal at the third hole of a play-off at Oitavos Dunes. Scot Alastair Forsyth, seeked a second win in three weeks. He had tied on the 18 under par mark of 266 after two closing birdies. However he fell out of the race after driving into a bush on the second hole. (more…)

Jose Maria Olazabal Not Sure Of Captaincy

Wednesday, April 30th, 2008

Jose Maria Olazabal insists that he has not been offered to become Ryder Cup captain for Celtic Manor in Wales in two years’ tenure. He admitted that Thomas Bjorn, who is the chairman of Europe’s players’ committee, did speak to him a couple of weeks ago, but the job was not offered to him. (more…)

Nick Dougherty Gets Ready For Augusta Debut

Sunday, April 20th, 2008

Nick Dougherty has seeked the expert opinion of three-time champion Nick Faldo for his Masters debut at Augusta National. He does not want to leave any opportunities unexplored. He wants to gather all pearls of wisdom that he can manage before the game. (more…)

Time Crunch For Sandy Lyle

Tuesday, April 8th, 2008

Sandy Lyle believes that time is running out on his bid to be Europe’s Ryder Cup captain. Lyle made his debut on Champions Tour earlier this month. But since the Ryder Cup was not scheduled to be staged in his native Scotland until the year 2014, he believed his chances of captaining the European team in the biennial matches against the United States were gradually becoming less. He was keen to be the captain. (more…)

David Howell Returns To Action

Wednesday, March 12th, 2008

David Howell returns to action on the European Tour after a three-week break at the Maybank Malaysian Open. After a dreadful 2007 season where the 32-year-old came crashing down from a career-high third on the European Tour Order in 2006 to 142nd, he managed to retain seventh-place at the Qatar Masters. (more…)