Golf just got a whole lot easier, or at least booking a game or three at Abu Dhabi Golf Club and Saadiyat Beach Golf Club has anyway.
The four-time major winner re-charged during a three-month break and looked rested and ready during his 2018 debut in Abu Dhabi By John Feinstein For the seventh time in eight years, ...
After his second round in Abu Dhabi, Tommy Fleetwood spoke of the “great accomplishment” and “honour” of winning the 2017 Race to Dubai - and of the need to park his career best year and prove himself all over again.
Tommy Fleetwood has repeated as champion of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.
Cue the Jaws theme tune and dust off the Falcon Trophy. Rory McIlroy lurks ominously just a shot off the lead and will surely, finally, gets his hands on the most tantalising prize in golf - save for a certain green jacket - to thus far elude him.
Tommy Fleetwood is right where he wants to be, well almost anyway.
Thomas Detry gave little hint of the scorching 64 he carded Saturday when he limped to a T-76 finish at the BMW SA Open last week. Fortunately the 25-year-old’s latent form, honed at a practice camp with some better-known Belgian compatriots over winter, has caught up with him just in time for the final round of the HSBC Abu Dhabi Championship.
Andrew Johnston is the sort of golfer you’d love to spend time with off the course and it’s a big reason why the cult-hero struggled to find the right work/life balance in the past year. Now he’s zeroed his focus on golf, “Beef” is again showing that nice guys don’t always have to finish down the leaderboard.
Andrew “Beef” Johnston, by his own admission, has probably marinated a little too well since earning cult-hero status as the scruffy-bearded charmer of the Royal Troon galleries during the 2016 Open Championship.
Belgian bomber Thomas Pieters has set a blistering pace at the halfway stage of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.
If Paul Casey never wins again, he insists he’ll ride into the sunset a contented man. Don’t be fooled.