The European Tour has postponed next week’s Hong Kong Open due to the ongoing civil unrest in the city.
Tyrrell Hatton has pledged to keep his cool as he chases a first victory for two years in the Turkish Airlines Open, where compatriot Eddie Pepperell suffered an embarrassing exit.
Patrick Reed celebrated receiving a Presidents Cup wild card from United States captain Tiger Woods in the perfect fashion in the Turkish Airlines Open.
They still just don’t get it. Not even after the repeated humiliations of 25 years.
The temptation to play through the pain is almost as bad as the pain itself for Peter Whiteford, but many more days like the first at the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open might lead him to reconsider his apparent retirement from tournament golf.
Rickie Fowler and Patrick Reed are at Gullane to give their all in the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open, and both regard themselves as “international” players…but we really know what they’re “overseas” this next two weeks.
Nothing could live up to the hype of the 2018 Masters. But that didn’t stop everyone trying.
Nothing gets more analysis and second guessing in golf than the Ryder Cup, and for a change most of it for the 2016 version will focus on Europe and Darren Clarke.
Rory McIlroy’s emotional celebration at the peak of a toe-to-toe battle with Patrick Reed seemed to suck the inspiration out of Europe’s key man and set in motion the USA’s procession to win the 41st Ryder Cup.
Having lost to Spieth and Reed in the morning play, Europe’s lead pairing of Henrik Stenson and Justin Rose got immediate revenge to end the young Texans’ own unbeaten record as a partnership with a crushing 5 and 4 win in the fourballs.