Despite what is believed to be a record-setting appearance fee, Tiger Woods has turned down an invite to the European Tour’s inaugural tournament in Saudi Arabia.
They know have to fun on and off the fairways at Tower Links Golf Club and so it proved when the Ras Al Khaimah club hosted the most recent qualifier in the 20th anniversary edition of the Xerox Corporate Golf Challenge.
To borrow a little cricket parlance, Jack Woods has rarely troubled the scorers during his four seasons on the UAE PGA Tour as he struggled to free the undoubted golf talent within.
From time to time, PGA Tour pros put airlines on blast for losing misplacing their golf bags.
Appearing at a fundraiser, Spieth shared some big, but exciting developments revolving around his upcoming marriage to high school sweetheart Annie Verret.
It appears that Justin Rose, the No. 1 player in the world, the current Olympic Gold medalist and the recently crowned FedEx Cup champion, is leaving the only equipment company he has known in his 20-year professional career.
It was looking like it would be enough to get him into a playoff for an alternate spot into the final stage … or so he thought.
The real estate market apparently isn’t what it used to be, even when the home in question belongs to one of golf’s biggest stars.
Callaway and Acushnet, two of golf’s leading equipment companies and its two most prominent publicly traded companies, both released continued positive earnings reports in the last few weeks, and their enthusiasm doesn’t appear to be limited to the current quarter, either.
If you’re unaware that Rose had abdicated the throne, or that the No. 1 ranking has switched hands five times in the past two months, you’re not alone.
While winning the U.S. Open bestows a five-year PGA Tour exemption, Martin Kaymer, winner of the 2014 championship at Pinehurst, lost his member status for 2016 due to appearing in just 13 events the prior season.