Following Arnold Palmer’s death, the fate of his eponymous tournament was in doubt. The strength of the field had begun to waver, and without the presence of the King, officials worried the event had lost its clout.
Bryson DeChambeau apologises after cameras catch him damaging green during outburst at WGC-Mexico Championship
Bryson DeChambeau has apologised after cameras caught the five-time PGA Tour winner damaging a green during the WGC-Mexico Championship.
Tiger Woods, no matter the venue, is always the fan favourite, and the same can be expected this week in his debut at Chapultepec Golf Club. But one of Woods’ playing partners will see plenty of love from the galleries as well.
Tiger Woods’ return to Riviera will look a lot like his surroundings last season. The 14-time major winner will be hoping for a different outcome.
The question over whether you should putt with the flagstick in has sparked plenty of debate. The one thing missing until now has been any real science.
Pieters leads as Dubai amateur Rayhan Thomas outshines golf’s biggest names at Saudi International with opening 67
Thomas Pieters holds a two-shot lead after the opening round of the new Saudi International on Friday. Dubai amateur Rayhan Thomas, meanwhile, will forever hang on to a copy of the same leaderboard which sees four of the world’s top five players beneath him.
Brooks Koepka sounds off on Bryson DeChambeau, fellow players’ slow play: Hitting a golf ball “Is not that hard…it’s kind of embarrassing”
A host of players have defended professional golf from its stigma of slow play. Brooks Koepka isn’t one of them.
As globetrotters who give business travel a whole new meaning, the world’s best golfers should ace a geography test, right? What might surprise you though is the victor of an impromptu pop quiz to help put the new Saudi International on the golfing map.
DeChambeau to his slow play critics: “We’re playing for our livelihoods”; it’s all part of the “entertainment process”
Bryson DeChambeau has vowed to play quicker but admits he won’t be delivering on that promise anytime soon.
Othman’s Royal Welcome: Kingdom’s first pro showcases three key holes at this week’s Saudi International
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Record score. Record margin. Record final round score. Bryson DeChambeau didn’t need any of those to become the Omega Dubai Desert Classic’s most intriguing champion but seized them all anyway.
DeChambeau on influencing the next gen like Tiger: “This is actually not a joke. This is legitimate science.”
After the fourth win in his last eight starts and first outside the United States, what’s next for Bryson DeChambeau? How about doing with science what Tiger Woods did for golf with his unseen fitness regime back in the 90s? Sure, why not? In fact, DeChambeau even has a five-year plan for that.
It must be hard to focus on your game when records are being smashed here, there and everywhere behind you. Bryson DeChambeau clearly figured out the formula for the Majlis, but Matt Wallace would have taken the Nobel prize for up and downs on Sunday at the 30th Omega Dubai Desert Classic.
Pioneering Saudi pro Othman Almulla set to make debut in Kingdom’s European Tour bow alongside game’s biggest names
Timing is everything in golf and Othman Almulla’s has proven impeccable.
Bryson DeChambeau has used an awful lot of fancy words to describe his golf game at the 30th Omega Dubai Desert Classic but kept the language plain and simple as he moved to the precipice of a precious international win.
Terminal velocity we kind of get, but proprioception? Don’t worry, we needed Google to make more sense of Bryson DeChambeau’s second round at the 30th Omega Dubai Desert Classic as well.
Fitzpatrick emerged atop a clustered Majlis leaderboard on an opening day of the $3.25 million European Tour event which saw 74 of the 132 players roar into red figures.
Like you should when you go up and down dunes, buckle yourself in for DeChambeau’s post-script to the summary of the “scrappy” but “happy” 66 he shot to sit just a stroke adrift of overnight leader Matthew Fitzpatrick at Emirates Golf Club.