Golfing World: World Match Play Top 5 comebacks
Golfing World counts down five of the greatest World Match Play comebacks ever seen.
Golfing World: Sir Nick Faldo World Match Play memories
Sir Nick Faldo shares his thoughts on the famous World Match Play event.
Golfing World: George Hammond World Match Play memories
Former World Match Play Tournament Director and Official Starter, George Hammond, shares with Golfing World his memories of the Match Play.
Golfing World course report: England's Rockliffe Hall
Golfing World takes a close look at North-Eastern golf haven Rockliffe Hall, the host course of the 2013 and 2014 English Senior Open.
Golfing World: Donald's right-hand man
Here we explore secret to one of the best player caddie partnerships, Luke Donald and John McLaren.Luke Donald has been one of Europe's most successful golfers in recent years. Winning the European Tour's Race to Dubai and topping the PGA's Money List in 2011. A big reason for that success is his partnership with caddie John McLaren , they teamed up in 2010 after Luke finished his partnership with his brother Christian. That difficult decision quickly yielded results though, as Luke ended a four year winless run at the Madrid Masters. The pair can now boast eight victories and have also enjoyed two European Ryder Cup wins together. Well we met, when I first turned pro about 2002, 2003. He was caddying out on the US tour for, I don't remember if it was Scott Dunlap or Duffy Waldorf , but one of the two. And you know, obviously, him being English, we you know, went to dinner quite a few times and, and became good friends. And then, see, my brother was caddying for me then and had eight years, good eight years with my brother, and it was time for a change and John was kinda one of the first people that came to mind. I received a phone call while I was in Singapore working for Anders Hansen . And he called requesting my help. Honestly, I thought great short game, world class. Needed a bit of work on his long
Golfing World: European Urban Golf Championship
We head to Cologne to take in the European Urban Golf Championship, and we speak to some of those responsible for hosting the wacky event.Golfing World travelled to Cologne , Germany , for the European Urban Golf Cup. Where clubs from around the continent, compete to be crowned kings of Europe. This is not like any other golfing event. Cross golf, or urban golf, as it's better known in the UK, is not played on a golf course , as fairways are swapped for concrete. This is a game, played on the streets. Well basically, cross golf is kind of backif you wanna play golf, you don't have to go to the golf course . Play anywhere.
Golfing World: Meet Justin Walters
Here we sit down with Justin Walters as he talks us through his poignant performance at the Portugal masters 2013 and takes a look ahead at a promising future.pushed on since and he's embarking on his second season on the European Tour . He's had quite a journey to get here. He was born in Johannesburg, but he's half English and he's represented England as a junior. He's study in America at North Carolina State and then turned pro in 2003. After two wins on the Sunshine Tour in his native South Africa, he graduated from the challenge tour in 2012 to join Europe's elite. Yeah, I, I certainly would consider myself a bit of a journey, journeyman. I've, I've played pretty much everywhere around the world. I really put my time in America on all the various mini-tours. But you're on the web.com and then South Africa has always been my base. I've grown most of my years around, around Sunshine Tour and it's helped me sharpen my teeth. So, yeah I've put in my dues. I've traveled a long, way far and wide. So I think I'm drawing all of those experiences to help me excel at this level. Walters won the Challenge Tours first graduate of the year award last month after his impressive debut season in Europe. Produced the likes of Martin Climber and Thomas Bjorn and Walter's nearly quickly followed in their title winning footsteps when he returned home to finish second at the Jo'burg open in
Golfing World: Eddie Pepperell player profile
Golfing World sits down with upcoming English star Eddie Pepperell as he looks forward to a promising future and takes on Indoor Golf at City Golf in Central London.the upcoming stars of English golf. A fantastic rookie season on the European tour saw him tie for sixth at the BMW BJ Championship at Wentworth. The 23 year old has since gone on to play in the U.S. Open and went close to a first European tour title at this year's Master's. Where he lead going into the final round, before fading out of contention over the back nine. We caught up with Eddie at a coaching session based at London City Golf Club, to discuss his season so far. Well, since turning pro, I've, learned a lot, you know, I've, I've had to look at my game and, and myself as a whole and, and assess where I'm at compared to, obviously, the competition. And I've done that. Passed over on the challenge tour and then last year, certainly on the European tour . You know, it was where it was all about. The first year on tour was learning about where I'm at in comparison
Golfing World: Meet Marco Penge
Sit down with rising star Marco Penge as the 15-year-old takes us through his aims for his incredibly bright future.one of the greats of modern golf steamrolled his way to 14 major championships . Like so many others, Marco cites Tiger Woods as his inspiration. Tiger Woods is my idol, a person I'd like to be on the golf course , cuz he obviously hits shots that you wouldn't think he would be able to pull off, but, Tiger can kinda pull off
Formby Golf Club to host 2016 Palmer Cup
Formby Golf Club in Liverpool, England, has been chosen to host the 2016 Palmer Cup, it was announced Wednesday.
Golfing World: England captures Boys Home Internationals
Golfing World takes a look back at the Boys Home Internationals 2014 event, which breeds young home talent from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.the years. This Boys Home Internationals and its various formats has included. Nick Faldo has certainly played in it. The current Open Champion, Rory McIlroy. Darren Clarke , who won the Open recently. Justin Rose , who recently won the U.S. Open. You know, the list is a very impressive one. You know, who's to say one of
Golfing World: Rising star Toby Tree
Talk to rising English star Toby Tree about his bright future and being on the brink of turning pro.at the end of the year. So either a challenge or a European Tour Card. If you'd a European happy days, if you get your challenge then it's sort of a, a stepping stone towards European, so either would, would be good. Also the Sunshine Tour well in South Africa. I've spent a lot of time over there with one of my best friends, so even that tour would be a good stepping stone , a bit like the Challenge Tour a bit. Toby's reputation has spread far and wide after several wins in South Africa and a number of victories while representing