Golfing World: Jack Nicklaus - August 2014
Golfing World sits down with the legend Jack Nicklaus as he takes us through what retirement is like for the most successful golfer in major championship history.
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.
Get in: Levy commands ball; ball obliges for ace
Alexander Levy aces the 208-yard, par-3 second hole during the first round of the Trophee Hassan II at Golf du Palais Royal in Agadir, Morocco.
Early birds: Canizares' 62 in Rd. 1 leads Morocco
Alejandro Canizares cards 11 birdies on his way to 10-under 62 to lead by one after the first round of Trophee Hassan II at Golf du Palais Royal in Agadir, Morocco.
Going for it: Defending champ dumps shot in water
Defending champ Marcel Siem tries the reach the par-5 fifth hole in two during the first round of the Trophee Hassan II at Golf du Palais Royal in Agadir, Morocco.Back to the brilliantly trousered defending champion . Well, he thinks he's in range, he's gonna absolutely unload on this. And there's plenty of trouble if he lets it get
Canizares leads in Morocco, 'very excited' for weekend
Alejandro Canizares is looking forward to the weekend as he stands 14 under par after 36 holes at the Trophée Hassan II in Morocco.which is hole that you More or less expecting to have a birdy putt on. But, overall very happy. If I would've made the last, the last putt, I think it would have been a great
Golfing World: Chalmers seeks first PGA Tour title
Golfing World's Cara Robinson reports from the Valspar Championship, where Greg Chalmers is seeking his first PGA Tour win in 345 attempts.first days play at the Championship. The Australian is seeking his first PGA Tour win in his 345th attempt. Shot an impressive 3 under par 66 in difficult conditions, in which many of the top players struggled. Joining here with the top is kiwi Danny Lee, who's coming in for tournament of the back of his beast finish on tour in seven seasons. Tied second for the Puerto Rico open. Mateos Manisarius won shot back at the young Italian makes his first few steps on. PGA tour though his seasons ultimate goal remains the road a cup team for Alejandro Canazarez shot a spectacular 62 yesterday, to lead overnight at the in Morocco. Coping with the windy conditions so well is the key to his success, and 11 birdies produced the lowest round of his European tour career. Its one of those fun rounds. I played really good and I was really confident. I played every shot. At the