What a prize for capturing the 20th Xerox Corporate Golf Challenge at JGE on Saturday.
It was the late, great Arnold Palmer who once said that the hardest thing in golf is making a birdie when you really need one. By that measure, the new Irish Open champion can feel pretty pleased with himself.
A maiden European Tour title is Erik van Rooyen’s to lose heading into the final round of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open.
Airlines losing golf clubs the day before major championship qualifying. A tradition unlike any other.
Dubai Duty Free’s stake in golf grows as the airport retailer becomes official European Tour partner
Dubai Duty Free has joined Emirates Airlines as the UAE’s second big-name backer of the European Tour.
Last year’s Dubai Duty Free Irish Open will take some beating and we’re not even factoring in Jon Rahm’s extraordinary golf, five birdies and two eagles in a closing 65 helping the Spaniard seal an historic six stroke victory.
Paul McGinley will seek his maiden Staysure Tour victory and first European title in 13 years at next month’s Sharjah Golf Masters presented by Shurooq.
Title sponsor Dubai Duty Free has hailed a move that will see the Irish Open hosted by some of the proud golfing nation’s biggest names on an annual rotation from 2019.
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.
By Joel Beall Jon Rahm has been a pro for 14 months. Let that marinate for a second. Just 22, with two worldwide wins on the season, he is making his ...
By Kent Gray The question was uncomfortable, historically unfair and utterly inevitable for a young Spaniard is such a rich vein of form. Jon Rahm battered away the “new Seve” companions ...