Home field advantage: Woosie back in Wales
Ian Woosnam talks about playing the Senior Open Championship at Royal Porthcawl in Wales.
Golfing World: Top 10 awkward Open moments
Ahead of this year’s Open Championship, we take a countdown of the top 10 awkward moments seen at the competition.
Golfing World: Top 10 Scottish Open Moments
Count down the top 10 Scottish Open moments.
Golfing World: Woosie on Senior Open in Wales
We sit down for a chat with former major champion and European Ryder Cup captain Ian Woosnam, ahead of this year’s Senior Open at in his homeland at Royal Porthcrawl
And they're off! Big Three get Masters underway
In this edition of Golf Channel News Desk Presented by Callaway, Will Gray discusses the ceremonial tee shots that got the Masters underway by Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player.winners at Augusta. But, he went out of his way to say, Ian Woosnam , didn't have a chance. Well, guess who rolled in the first birdie of the week? That's right, it's the Welshman, the 91 champion at Augusta National, birdied the par five second, for the first birdie of the week. Now, he may not contend by Sunday, but he grabbed a brief lead for a moment there, and it makes you question whether McIIroy spoke too soon. Rory himself will have a chance, to go and catch Woosnam, later this morning, tee off at 10:52. And Phil Mickelson , in search of his fourth green jacket, will tee off this afternoon. He's gonna play along side two US open champions, and Ernie Els , and Justin Rose . So that does it for this edition of the golf channel news desk presented by Callaway. Be sure to be locked in,
Golfing World: Reviewing the top 10 Ryder Cup pairings
Golfing World counts down the greatest Ryder Cup partnerships of all time.at Royal Lytham, the experienced Peter Oosterhuis took a 20 year old Nick Faldo under his wing as they teamed up in foursomes and four balls and proved a perfect pairing. First, they beat Ray Floyd and Lou Graham in the foursomes and then the formidable pairing of Floyd and Nicklas in the four balls. We can both honestly say that we never thought we were gonna loose. You know with three down, we've eight to play. Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley's bromance rocks the Europeans at Medina as they romped home against Luke Donald and Sergio Garcia on Friday morning. That afternoon, they beat McDowell and McIlory and then demolished Donald and Westwood, seven and six on Saturday. Nick Faldo and Ian Woosnam were an unlikely partnership, but a profitable one. Much was expected of the 1987 European team but after nine holes of theHe did knocked his partner over and he sort of liked it. Luke Donald and Sergio Garcia is another winning combination for Europe. These good friends were first paired together by barn hard lining at Oakland Hills in 2004, and equally successfully by Ian Woosnam in 06 of the K Club. Over the two Ryder Cups they won, all four of their foursomes matches, dove tailing beautifully and making the most of Garcia's great driving and Donald's awesome short game. They were reunited at Medina losing out in the foursomes to Mickelson and Bradley but with Europe up against States, they won a crucial Saturday afternoon fourball encounter against Tiger Woods and Steve Stricker. Providing they both make the team for Gleneagles this year, they'll surely be in captain Paul McGinley's plans. There was one American pairing which caught the eye in the contests of 1967 and 71. Arnold Palmer paired with Gardner
Golfing World: Top 10 hard luck stories
Golfing World counts down some of the most unlucky players and moments ever witnessed in high profile tournaments.of the four majors. Most galling was this last gasp defeat to Bob Tway in the PGA Championship, where Tway holed out from the bunker on 18 to deny the Australian. Whilst Tiger Woods doesn't have