Break the old rule on firm wrists.
The creation of an elite women’s amateur tournament was the big reveal during Fred Ridley’s first formal press conference as Augusta National chairman this past April. Less than seven months ahead of the inaugural Augusta National Women’s Amateur in 2019, some specifics of the new 54-hole event have emerged.
How do you make the launch of the 20th anniversary of a beloved Middle East amateur golf series even bigger than it already is? You draw the curtain on the series on the eve of the Ryder Cup, that’s how.
The Eisenhower Trophy only really appeared on Rayhan Thomas’ radar two years ago when Australia waltzed to their fourth title by a whopping 19-strokes in Mexico.
Othman Almulla will tee it up in his third Eisenhower Trophy this week but the fun is only beginning.
It’s unlikely that many performances in the history of the U.S. Amateur have been as dominating as the one Viktor Hovland orchestrated this week at Pebble Beach Golf Links.
UAE interest in the 18th Asian Games has been tripled with Mohamed Adel Al Hajeri and Reema Al Heloo headed to Jakarta.
Josh Hill has made golf look ridiculously easy at times in 2018 but proved yesterday he knows how to scrap too when the chips are down.
Josh Hill left the Boys Home Internationals with a thoroughly impressive three from four record on debut, a sizeable share of the glory of a title three peat and absolutely no idea of when he might play for England again.
Golf Digest’s “Miracles Issue” hit newsstands last September. Too bad, because we didn’t get to include the tale of English amateur golfer Ali Gibb.
Following 36 holes of stroke play on Monday and Tuesday at Pebble Beach and Spyglass Hill, 63 players had safely advanced to the match-play portion of the U.S. Amateur, which was set to begin on Wednesday. But first, the final spot had to be determined in a wild, 24-man playoff for ONE spot.