Top 5 LPGA hole-in-one prizes
Take a look at the top 5 hole-in-one prizes in LPGA Tour history.
Car and driver: Storm's ace wins him a BMW
Graeme Storm aces the 11th Hole to win a BMW during Round 3 of the Omega European Masters.
Golfing World: Walk the course with Lee Westwood
Lee Westwood walks the course with our very own Cara Robinson at Wentworth, and caddy Billy Foster has a surprise in store.
Golfing World: Catching up with Shane Lowry
We have a chat with recent runner-up at the BMW PGA Championship and Ryder Cup 2014 outsider Shane Lowry.
Golfing World: McIlroy is player of the month; Bjorn out of the U.S. Open
On today’s GW News, we bring you the latest ahead of the U.S. Open, including a couple of high profile drop-outs. We also tell you who is the European Tour’s player of the month, and we reveal the captains for the 2015 President’s Cup.and this is GW news. We start with the US Open and Thomas Bjorn has been forced to withdraw with neck and shoulder injuries. The day started very strongly at the BMW PGA Chapionships at Wentworth last month. And a top 20 finish at the Nordea Masters made him an outside bet for victory at Pinehurst. Lucky man to take his spot is amateur Andrew Dawn, who was the first alternate from the sectional qualifier in Springfield, Ohio. Also joining Thomas Bjorn on the injuries list is Richard Sterne . He is citing a slow recovery from an undisclosed injury. The captains for the President's Cup have now been announced. Nick Price will head up the international team with K.J. Choi as his vice captain. And Jerry House leads the Americans with Fred Couples as his assistant. The tournament will take place in Korea in 2015 on its first trip to Asia. And finally, Roy McAvoy
Golfing World: Walk the course with Sergio Garcia
Cara Robinson walks the course with European fans favorite Sergio Garcia at Wentworth ahead of the 2014 BMW PGA Championship.Sergio Garcia is back to his best this season. Winning the Qatar Masters in January, and then finishing third at the PGA tours Flagship Players Championship. Cora caught up with him at Wentworth, before he pulled out of the tournament to ensure a knee injury recovers ahead of this weeks U.S. Open at Pinehurst. Best. Sergio Garcia . Thanks very much for joining us on golfing world. First of all that looked like a, pretty good tee shot . Happy with that one? Yeah, that's very nice. Wish we could all hit it like that. Anyway, fab to see you. Haven't
Golfing World: U.S. Open Champ Kaymer back on home turf
In today’s GW News we preview this weekend’s tournament action across the globe.is GW News. Martin Kaymer makes his first playing appearance since his US Open , Wednesday at the BMW International Open. The tournament gets underway in Cologne , Germany . And this year's venue is a mere 30 kilometers from where Kaymer grew up. As the first German USA Open victor he's sure to receive the heroes welcome. The LPGA tour's finest are teeing up at Warmort NW Arkansas Championship today. Michelle Wie will of course be looking to continue her fine form since the US Women's Open victory, but the local crowds will be behind world number one Stacey Lewis as she returns to her second home fresh from her runner up finish at the Women's US Open . The event organizers have even had some I Heart Stacy Lewis tee-shirts made up for her loyal fans . Away from the prowess now. And amateurs from both sides of the Atlantic, this week, competing in the Palmer Cup. The event takes places at Walton Heath Golf Club in Surrey, this weekend. And boasts an impressive alumni. Including 2010 US Open champion, Graham McDowell. With an almost identical format to the Ryder cup . European head coach Andrew Coltart believes it has an important place in the game. Wonderful young kids great young men, incredibly enthusiastic