Post Tagged with: "British Open"

1st Tee: Belly Putter Legality at Risk

1st Tee: Belly Putter Legality at Risk

Jim Neveau, TGW Columnist Good morning golf fans. It may only be Tuesday, but even though the LPGA event in Australia, the PGA Tour event at Pebble Beach, and the Champions Tour event in Florida haven’t begun yet, there are still some stories making headlines. To do a quick rundown of those, here is today’s edition of the 1st Tee. [...]

by · February 7, 2012 · 0 comments · PGA Tour, Top Story
Donald&Westwood In Search of 1st Major at British Open

Donald&Westwood In Search of 1st Major at British Open

Royal St. George’s will pose daunting challenges to all who attempt to win the Claret Jug this weekend. The most cherished trophy in the world of golf is not put in someone’s hands unless truly earned through trials and tribulations. This is links golf. There is eye watering wind to deal with and blind shots where the only thing a [...]

Are golfers getting too old?

Are golfers getting too old?

With the recent withdrawals from some of golf’s most prominent members due to injuries it only begs the question are golfers getting too old? The golf world was up in arms when Tiger decided not to play at the U.S. Open due to his nagging knee injury and an Achilles tendon issue. They were even more up in arms when [...]

by · July 7, 2011 · 0 comments · PGA Tour
Rory McIlroy compared to Tiger Woods

Rory McIlroy compared to Tiger Woods

There is no doubt that Rory McIlroy had an unforgettable performance at Congressional Country Club to capture the 2011 U.S. Open. This is even more impressive after the severe melt down that McIlroy endured in the Masters weeks prior. With his 1st major only 9 holes away, McIlroy’s triple bogey at the 10th hole, bogey at the 11th and double [...]