LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The outcome has often been agonizing, but at least Lee Westwood can take comfort in this: He’s off to his best-ever start in a major.
We know that major championships are the toughest tests in golf. Players plan, plot and schedule their entire seasons around the hopes of peaking four times each year.
Professional golfers, media members, celebrities and VIP corporate friends gathered at Wentworth for the 2014 Berenberg Gary Player Invitational on July 20 and 21.
This could be the most hotly contested Ryder Cup ever – and we’re talking about just making the team.
HOYLAKE, England – World No. 27 Ian Poulter gone. No. 32 Lee Westwood headed home. Masters champion Bubba Watson adios. 2012 Open champion Ernie Els safe travels.