Golfing World: Top 10 shots in Open history
Golfing World counts down 10 of the greatest shots ever seen at The Open.
Golfing World: Top 10 Par3s at The Open
Golfing World counts down 10 of the best par 3s on the rota for The Open.
Golfing World: Top 10 sand saves
Golfing World's Cara Robinson counts down the some of the greatest sand saves of all time.
Golfing World: Top 10 Albatrosses
Golfing World tracks down the rarest of birds, and counts down the top 10 albatrosses the European Tour has ever seen.
Golfing World: Top 10 unusual trophies
Golfing World takes a look at some of the most weird and wonderful prizes on offer to golfers on major tours around the globe.early part of the European Tour season is the Dubai Dessert Classic. Stephen Gallacher won this colossal silver coffee pot twice in a row. But we're not entirely convinced he'll squeeze it into the overhead locker for the flight home. Big isn't always beautiful. And at nine, it's diminutive Austrian Open trophy sported here by Jose Manuel Lara . And previously by his fellow Spaniard, Rafa Cabrera Bello, who certainly found it to his taste. At eight, the trophy that caused Christie Kerr some embarrassment. The snap very quickly became an internet sensation. And frankly, it's not hard to see why. Number seven, is the eye catching mother of pearl masterpiece form the Qatar Masters. It's a heavy weight beauty which references the history of this Gulf state. But back pain sufferers like Chris Wood, should probably not try to lift it higher over their heads to please the photographers. The trophy from
Golfing World: Top 10 coolest golfers
Coolness is a hard thing to put your finger on, but here is our all shapes and sizes countdown of 10 of the coolest golfers of all time.The Mechanic has got to be coo. Wine-sipping, Ferrari driving Spanish icon, Miguel Angel Jimenez has been gracing golf with the pony tail since the 1980s and is a regular winner on tour. He's famous for his love of fine cigars but it's that idiosyncratic charm that makes Miguel our number 5. Nice shades. One of the greatest golfers of all time, Ben Hogan , had an iron will and a revered swing. There was a mystique surrounding him like no other player. Despite suffering a near
Golfing World: Top 10 - Ryder Cup Putts
Golfing World counts down of the top 10 putts at the Ryder Cup.Cup for Europe. Ending America's 28 years strangle hold on the trophy. Justin Leonard's long putt on the 17th of Brookline in 1999 is one of the most famous or infamous putts of all time. With America on the ropes heading into the final day singles, moments of magic against Jose Maria Olazabal was part of a stunning fight back by the US, which say them overhaul four point deficit to emerge victorious. The comeback
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