After a heartbreaking end to last season and a sickly start to this one, sometimes European Tour professional Henric Sturehed is due a bit of luck. Don’t be surprised if it arrives in Ajman this week.
How do you ease the heartache of losing your European Tour card while simultaneously breaking your freefall from golf’s big time? Matthew Baldwin seems to have cracked the code.
As if things weren’t bad enough for Matthew Baldwin’s rivals at the MENA Tour season opener in Jordan.
Baldwin opens MENA Tour season where he left off at Q-School, takes one shot lead into Sunday at Ayla G.C.
It's not how but how many. Just ask Matthew Baldwin who happily subscribed to another well-worn golf cliché after grabbing the early initiative at the MENA Tour’s season opener in Aqaba, Jordan, despite not having his best stuff on Saturday.
Josh Hill’s MENA Tour dream was on the rocks after the 14-year-old signed for an 80 in the opening round of the regional Pro-Am circuit’s category B Q-School in Jordan on Sunday. Cue that timeless old cliché about form being temporary and class hard earned.
The MENA Tour’s principal mandate is to serve as a launch pad to bigger things for fledgling professionals and amateurs aspiring to the paid ranks. For Matthew Baldwin, it’s an alluring detour in a career seemingly at the crossroads.