First it was the juniors, now the good golfing ladies of the United Arab Emirates have struck it lucky.
Jon Rahm never imagined he’d be defending the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open as Europe's highest-ranked player. Other legends aren’t surprised at all.
UAE juniors given shot at DP World Tour Championship Pro-Am spot in ‘Junior Luckiest Ball on Earth’ initiative
The 'Luckiest Ball on Earth' has just bounced at the feet of golf’s next generation.
Jon Rahm is a conundrum. Figuring him out is extremely difficult because he appears at times to be two people.
Golf is blessed with a wealth of intriguing narratives. Will Spieth-Thomas become the next great rivalry? Can Rory bounce back from a subpar season?
After all the drama on the course and the stressful wait in the scorers’ hut afterwards, after all the could haves and the should haves and maybes and impossible math, Tommy Fleetwood had done it and he felt, well, “quite strange”.
As Tommy Fleetwood fretted over the Race to Dubai calculations in the scorers’ hut while Justin Rose was wilting badly with the sun going down on Earth, Jon Rahm simply got on with his own giddy ascent into golf’s upper stratosphere.
Justin Rose chalked it up as another tough “life lesson” and handled it like he had his U.S. Masters near miss in April, like the class act he is.
If you’re excited about the prospect of a world tour, combining the might of the PGA, European and Asian Tours, Keith Pelley has a message. Calm down folks, for now at least.
Is Earth set up too easy for flagship event of the European Tour season? It depends entirely on the pro you ask.
The shoulder length locks that flow beneath his Nike cap might be Tommy Fleetwood’s most distinguishing feature but do not dismiss the massive ticker beneath the swoosh on his shirt.