Is the scoring at the 29th Omega Dubai Desert Classic actually real?
Pat Perez obviously intends on playing well in his Omega Dubai Desert Classic debut and will no doubt have a gaggle of golf’s assembled keyboard warriors, as well as his share of the Majlis galleries, willing him on.
Defending champion Sergio Garcia will tee it up with the ‘Iceman’ Henrik Stenson and red-hot Rory McIlroy in one of two mouth-watering marquee groups on the opening day of the Omega Dubai Desert Classic.
This time last year Pat Perez found himself at the centre of a Tiger twitter storm. There were no such dramas this time.
They call it the “Major of the Middle East” and the 29th edition of the Omega Dubai Desert Classic again boasts a field to live up to the billing. Best of all, we have FREE tickets to the $3 million European Tour event.
It might be nearly five years since Ernie Els last won but the Big Easy clearly isn’t kicking back waiting for semi-retirement on the over 50s senior circuit.
When Pat Perez signed with PXG earlier this year, some wondered how he fit in with PXG’s tour staff. Company founder and owner Bob Parsons had an answer.
Pat Perez, the PGA Tour's big What-if, has become a third time winner and no one is happier than Omega Dubai Desert Classic tournament director David Spencer.
European Tour royal Colin Montgomerie will tee it up for the first time since 2014 as one of six past champions confirmed today for the 29th edition of the Omega Dubai Desert Classic.
It was the opening round of this year’s PGA Championship and from the tee box it was clear Brooks Koepka’s drive was off target, the ball sailing wide right on Quail Hollow Club’s...
Springboks fan wins Golf Digest Middle East, in association with King’s College Hospital London, Amateur Series at Al Hamra
Guy Williams didn’t quite travel the furthest to the second event of the Golf Digest Middle East Amateur Series but he sure left Al Hamra Golf Club happiest.