Steven Kelbrick is living proof that life begins at 50 and has a golf magazine article to prove it. Now he also subscribes to the fabled adage that warns: “Beware the injured/sick golfer”.
Golf Digest Middle East columnist Justin Parsons gives his take on Tiger Woods’ chances of overturning a five shot deficit in the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational overnight. During ...
The second leg of the UAE PGA's Al Naboodah Trophy Junior Par-3 series produced some impressive scoring at Al Ain Equestrian, Shooting & Golf Club.
For believers of good golf omens, Khalid Yousuf’s Saturday at Jebel Ali Golf Resort was a positive sign.
There are still three weeks until the 2018 Masters, and as we saw last spring, fate can intervene in sadistic ways between now and Thursday’s ceremonial tee shots. Did that stop us from waxing poetic on the slew of narratives heading into Augusta National? Absolutely not.
Many fans can’t get enough of Augusta National, the four days of the Masters failing to satiate their year-round thirst. Luckily for those poor souls, the tournament can now be perpetually consumed.
The golf world has been enthralled with a certain someone’s comeback this season, but another comeback of sorts is brewing through 54 holes at Bay Hill.
Tiger Woods ended his day with a low fist pump that he held for an extra few seconds. He was savouring the birdie putt he sank at the 18th hole at Bay Hill Club and what it meant.
The re-emergence of Tiger Woods as a competitive force has been met with enthusiastic approval in just about all corners. Surprisingly, perhaps, one of his biggest cheerleaders is one of his longtime foes, Ernie Els.
Tiger Woods exudes a palpable lightness of being these days that is both disarming and impenetrable. At least for now.
For a second straight year, golfers at the Arnold Palmer Invitational participated in a driving range salute to The King. But this time, there was a twist. Literally.