Golfing World: Women's golf at the Olympics
While at the 2015 Evian Championship last week, Golfing World visited the Olympic Musuem in Lausanne with representatives from the women's game to look ahead to golf's forthcoming return to the Olympic Games in Rio next year.
Stat Man: Park nearly 50-50 winning majors
GolfChannel.com associate editor Will Gray takes you inside the numbers to preview the 2015 Evian Championship.
Golfing World: Course designer Tom Doak
We sit down with one of the world’s finest course designers, Tom Doak, as he embarks on his latest exciting project.
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: French golf having a renaissance
Golfing World looks at the healthy state of French golf and the 2018 Ryder Cup to be held in France.and another one. Unless you are you're not a super. Like Levet, Gregory Havret just missed out on a major at the 2010 US Open , but with three European Tour titles to his name, the 37-year-old knows a thing or two about winning on Tour. The young
Golfing World: Le Golf National, Ryder Cup 2018
Golfing World takes a look at the home of French golf and host of the 2018 Ryder Cup, Le Golf Nationalway to finish a tournament. And he's having a horrid back nine, Adam Scott . These are really, really tough times. Because probably from the fourth, the 14th tee till the end, you don't have a right
Golfing World: Recent Euro Tour winner Alexander Levy
We sit down with recent winner of the Volvo China Open, France’s Alexander Levy.Alexander Levy recently burst into the European Tour winner's circle with a hugely impressive first title at the Volvo China Open . Leading from Friday until Sunday evening proved his talents, but also calmness under pressure. The Frenchman has barely had chance to drawround. For the trophy in my hand. For a first win, the China open with a field including Stenson, Dufner and Poulter is no mean feat. Levy believes it's down to what could be describe as a laid back approach. I promise you, I don't look, I'll take the, the, the first one, the prize money . I just look when I come to the. To the record and then I say oh yeah that was, was bigger than,
Golfing World Inside the Game: Evian Championship
Golfing World catches up with some of the biggest names in women's golf for the final major of the year, The Evian Championship.i've always played pretty well here, and i'm glad i'm back. Reigning US Open champion, Michelle Wi , is back in the field and rearing to go, having missed the last few weeks with a hand injury. There's definitely you
Golfing World course report: Saint Emilion
Golfing World visits Saint Emilion, where the Mourgue D'algue family along with Tom Doak are set to build a stunning new course.D'algue are building a new course with the help of world renowned golf course designer John Doake. Just around six months away from completion we went to take a look at why the course will be so special. Well I think it's going to be a special golf course because it's a family project. We found this specific plan about ten years ago. And we just fell in love with it, and we got the to to work with Tom Doak, which is always a wonderful architect, and that's why we're going to do our best to really, make this this piece of land a, a very good golf course . Why we sort of had to choose, was the philosophy on the course. You know that, it takes for private when weand, and, but we're really trying to make a, a really good golf course here. The old farmhouses and the surrounding land will be transformed into a clubhouse with a brand new restaurant and houses for the lucky few able to live at theAnd in fact, if you take away the, the flags and the tee boxes , you already see that it's a golf course . And that's what is so wonderful about his architecture. We've moved very little dirt to build the golf course . My style of architecture really focuses on the sculptural things, the greens and bunkers. You know, and, and tries to leave the contours of the, the, the larger piece of land alone. I mean, that's a way mo, more efficient way of building a golf course . You, you know, a two foot change and what, what's happening on a green. Is a a dramatic thing. That's something that can impact whether you wanna play to the left side of the fairway or the right. And if you can do that, then you don't have to move dirt from the fairway so much to make the golf course interesting. I think think it would be pure golf where you can play fast where you have white fairways, where you can