Jim Furyk Wants Americans To Look At The Bigger Picture

Jim Furyk considers that Americans should look beyond the next Ryder Cup.

Furyk said that instead of focusing on the next year’s Ryder Cup the Americans should focus on winning the majority of the events coming up in the next ten to twenty years.

Has overlooked for Webb Simpson in last minute Ryder Cup call by Watson

Tom Watson picked Webb Simpson at the last moment as part of the United States Ryder Cup team after deciding against selecting his fellow Wake Forest Demon Deacons alum Bill Haas for the last available spot in the tem.

Graeme McDowell – charitable golfer

While the Valhalla golf course has been a little harsh on the Northern Irishman, Graeme McDowell, he has had good luck from his endorsement company the Team RBC, where he won the online charity challenge for the children’s hospital in Ireland.

It’s a Race – says Ian Poulter

Ian Poulter’s entry into the automatic USPGA Championship may not be possible still there is a silver lining as he still has one tournament to qualify for this season’s European team.

Bubba Watson eying Travelers Championship with confidence

Bubba Watson was leading the Travelers Championship a year ago. But soon he made a triple bogey. Ted Scott was criticized by him that was showed in the cameras of the telephone. But he regretted making such comment.

Watson knows that he should not have reacted in a furious manner since he loves Ted Scott and he also gets the same return from him. So he is someone who lets his emotion talk. He will be ranked as third in the championship. He loves playing in the Travelers championship so he keeps coming back.

Rickie Fowler to play at the Zurich Classic

Young golfers Rickie Fowler and Arnold Palmer Invitational winner Matt Every has both agreed to be part of the upcoming Zurich Classic 2014 which will be held in New Orleans. Rickie Fowler has been quite a revelation in the season with his spirited performances and will surely prove to be a black horse in the prestigious competition. Every, on the other hand, won his first PGA Tour Title and will be the biggest catch in the 20 new pledges who will be part of the event.

Dustin Johnson set to play at the SHO

Fed Ex Cup leader Jimmy Walker (world number 27), British golfer Ian Poulter, Phil Mickelson (world number 5), Webb Simpson (21) and Matt Kuchar (world number 11) are all set to compete in the upcoming Shell Houston Open. Event organizer Steve Timms revealed the latest roster of the esteemed tournament and the high profile line up is guaranteed to bring big bucks for the club and the organizers.

Porthcawl determined to recover

The recent Atlantic storm might have damaged Royal Porthcawl course severely but it could not dampen the spirits of the club. The club is determined to recover as fast as possible to ready the course for Wales’ 1st Senior Open scheduled for coming July.

Miguel Jimenez has expressed his earnest desire to contend in the event as the Spaniard is bidding for 2014 Europe Ryder Cup squad. Michael Newland, the secretary is expecting to come up with a perfect course, fit enough to host the prestigious golf event.

McDowell tips Adam Scott for more glory

Northern Irish golfer Graeme McDowell is convinced that Australian golfer Adam Scott has the freshness, the drive and a streak of selfishness that it takes to win the second major title.

McDowell, a hugely popular golfer on both the European Tour and the PGA Tour and he spoke about his love for the Royal Melbourne Golf Club and added how he is looking forward to dueling with Scott at the World Cup of golf when one of the most fabled team events in the sport hits the course between the 21st and 24th of November.

Kaymer working hard to get back his old form

Before Irish golf player Rory McIlroy struggled with the anticipations that come when you are the top ranked golfer, there was German golf player Martin Kaymer. The 28 year old golfer from Germany snatched the number one ranking from Tiger Woods earlier in February 2011 and he kept the spot for 8 weeks till he was overshadowed by Lee Westwood. His golf career has been quite bumpy since that time, but now he has an opportunity to make the 3rd leg of FedEx Cup playoffs in his very first full season on PGA Tour.