Golfing World: Monty on Rory; Ko breaks $1 million
On Tuesday's Golfing World News we speak to Colin Montgomerie about Rory McIlroy's chances at the PGA Championship as well as action from both the LPGA and Ladies European tours.
Golfing World: Woods hitting shots; McIlroy’s lost clubs
On Wednesday’s GW News, we bring you the latest on Tiger Woods’ recovery, Rory McIlroy’s golf bag issues and preview the U.S. Women's Open.
Golfing World: Catching up with Suzann Pettersen
We sit down with LPGA star Suzann Pettersen.
Golfing World Inside the Game: ISPS Handa & Golf 2014
Golfing World speaks to the likes of Charley Hull, Laura Davies, Stacy Lewis, and Thomas Bjorn about ISPS Handa's increasingly positive influence on the game of golf worldwide.
Golfing World: Rory is ready for Scottish Open
Golfing World hears from Rickie Fowler and Rory McIlroy ahead of the Scottish Open, meanwhile Charley Hull gives us her thoughts ahead of the Women’s Open.give some indication of form going into the Open next week. A star studded lineup will be teeing off at Royal Aberdeen, and the players have been praising the links course. Didn't grow up. Learning how to exactly swing a golf club, it was more learning how to play the game, and I think that's why I appreciate links golf, maybe more tha a lot of gives in the younger generation for the US. I think the biggest thing for me was you know coming back to the Scottish open, and it being on a true links course. I think it was a. And, and also what Phil Mickelson did last year. You know, winning the Scottish Open and then, you know, going on to win his first Open championship in Vera Field. Sorta hit home with me, that, you know, it might not be a bad idea to come back and play here. You know, the course here, Royal Aberdeen looks like it's, it's gonna be a really tough task this week. Which, you know, should bode well and, and should prepare us for, you know next week at Hoyle. Now the
Golfing World: Walk in the Park for Inbee, and Crane ends trophy drought
On the first GW News of the week we round up the golfing action from around the world after a busy weekend of action.and especially that it's a, I think it's a really good timing. Ben Crane has ended an almost three year wait for his fifth PGA Tour title , at the FedEx St. Jude Classic. This might bogeying the last crane held off the charge of Troy Merritt, to claim his first victory since the 2011 McGladrey classic. Mika Lundberg ended an even longer barren spell on the European Tour as he clinched the Lyoness Open in Austria this week, who had not won since the 2008 Russian Open. Sunk a 40 foot birdie putt to upset whole favorite in the playoff. And finally we end with the ladies amateur game where the USA defeated Great Britain,
Golfing World: Lexi's best shot
2014 Kraft Nabisco champion Lexi Thompson tells us all about her 'best shot' ever.teenager, Lexi Thompson. Still only 19, she's already won once on the Ladies' European tour , and three times on the LPGA tour as well. Her selection comes from her most recent victory on the LPGA. My putt, threw the win for the Lorena Ochoa invitational. You know, it was like a 5-footer, but for the win it's just like. You know just to drain it. There's
Golfing World: Snedeker's plan to stop Bubba; Latest on Tiger's injury woes
On Tuesday’s GW News we have the latest from the golfing world as Brandt Snedeker comes up with a way to stop Bubba Watson at Augusta and we also have the latest on Tiger Woods.it's been two days since his victory at the Masters and unsurprisingly, Bubba Watson is still dominating the headlines. Two wins at Augusta in three years have led many to ask, just how many green jackets do you think Bubba will win over the course of his career? And Brad Snedeker has a novel idea to stop Watson dominating: taller trees. Although it's kind of been conceded, even that probably wouldn't stop big hitting Bubba . Watson's victory also saw him skyrocket up the road at to first place and all but guarantee his third appearance in the match play team event, later this year. Even Captain Tom Watson, another two time winner of Augusta, made a ref around to Twitter to express his delight at Bubba's success. Now, as we all know, Tiger Woods wasn't at Augusta and according to his friend and coach, Notah Begay, will likely miss the U.S. Open as well. Begay has
Golfing World: McIlroy and Mickelson return, Tiger’s Latest Project, and green-problems at The Players
On Thursday’s GW News we preview the opening round of the Wells Fargo Championship as Rory McIlroy and Phil Mickelson return. There’s also news from the TPC Sawgrass where the greens are less than ideal just a week before The Players Championship.I'm Victoria Walters and this is GW News. We start on the PGA Tour where the first round of the Wells Fargo Championship gets under way later today. Rory McIlroy and Phil Mickelson had a packed field as they returned to action for the first time since the Masters. Mcllroy returns to Coyle Hollow, the site of his first PGA Tour win looking for a good performance after dropping out of the world's top ten. The Northern Irishman has been paired alongside Ricky Fowler and Jonas Blixt. Nicholson, the world number nine, is the highest ranked player in the field and he'll tee off alongside Justin Rose and Lee Westwood . Wells Fargo is the final warm-up before the Player's Championship, and there are already reports the TPC saw grass greens aren't up
Golfing World: Hull's first win; Senden ends drought
Golfing World's Cara Robinson brings you the news on Charley Hull's first professional win at the Lalla Meryem Cup in Morocco. Plus, get the scoop on victories by Alejandro Cañizares at the Trophee Hassan II and John Senden at the Valspar Championship.The victory lifts Canizares from 139th to 89th in the world. Elsewhere, John Senden ended his own title drought with victory on the PGA Tour's Valspar Championship. The Australian who's lost and the only other PGA Tour win came with 2006 John Deere Classic , had to wait 205 events to get to his next victory and was rewarded with this rather unique trophy. Well, that's all
Golfing World: Westy's Malaysian lead, Wie's wonder shot, TPC changes
On Thursday's GW News we bring you the latest from the Maybank Malaysian Open and LPGA LOTTE Championship and there are changes afoot for The Players Championship.death. Those holes will be 16, 17, and 18, and according to PGA tour commissioner Tim Finchem, they will test all the facets of a player's physical and mental game, while under the pressure of trying to win such a significant championship. The tournament last had a playoff in 2011 when K.J. Choi edged out David Thomas . Tiger Woods won for a second time at the Players last year, but his back problems have ruled out any chance of defending his