Golfing World: Inspiring women in sport
Golfing World went along to the 2016 ANA Inspiration, where LPGA stars and Olympic gold medalists spoke on the importance of growing the female game of golf.
Golfing World: PGA club pro Steve Schneiter
Golfing World meets Steve Schneiter, one of the PGA club professionals who made it to the 2014 PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf club
Golfing World: Get to know Mark Wiebe
We sit down with defending Senior Open champion Mark Wiebe ahead of this year’s senior Open.
Golfing World: Catching up with Suzann Pettersen
We sit down with LPGA star Suzann Pettersen.
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: Catching up with Padraig Harrington
We sit down with three-time major winner Padraig Harrington as he looks ahead to this year’s Irish Open.first time in 15 years. You can forgive three time major winner Padraig Harrington for feeling a bit aggrieved. It does mean, however, the 42 year old's full attention has been on this weeks tournament, the
Golfing World: Catching up with Creamer
We sit down with Paula Creamer as she looks ahead at the Ricoh Women’s British Open.be, you know, equally as important as winning even just the, the US Open here. Royal Birkdale has quite a history, the Curtis Cup, Walker Cup, two Ryder cups and nine open championships have all been played here. With such a rich past it makes this the perfect venue, for the worlds best women golfers. It's a great golf course , you definitely have to you know, hit all kinds of shots there, you have to be able to really think about the wind. there, I don't think there is a golf course that changes more in season than, that place. So being able to adapt to what you have out there is important. The par three's are great holes, some tricky ones, definitely you know the finishing. Back nine with, you know, the couple par fives. I think there's three or four par fives on the back that you have to take advantage of as well and, I'm glad that we're going back there, I think it's a good golf course , it's a good course for our games. And Links Golf of course offers a unique test, a completely different challenge for players,
Golfing World: Sandy Lyle at The Open
We sit down for a chat with Sandy Lyle who looks back on his career in The Open Championship.of the game, Sandy Lyle, who triumphed in tough conditions at Royal Saint George's . Well, it doesn't get any better than that, when you finish number one at the end of the week. And, that was
Golfing World: Teenage phenom Charley Hull
We sit down with European star-in-the-making Charley Hull who played a huge part in Europe's Solheim Cup victory in 2013 aged just 17 at the time.England's Woburn Golf Club to catch up with one of the sports rising stars . Charley Hull is currently dividing her time between two tours, the LPGA and the Ladies' European Tour or LET, as it's known. Still, only 18, she's already won, contended in a Major and played in the Solheim Cup. And
Why Watson might avoid another major hangover
The last time Bubba Watson won a major, he didn’t capture another PGA Tour event for 22 months. Will he avoid another major hangover?