Jessica Korda has the body language that shows her confidence. David Whelan her coach is much relieved to see that. Whelan said that to see her excited and having fun is a big deal. Earlier, she used to be very
The playoff victory that Thomas received is definitely a resume booster as he already has three Tour titles to his credit along with a major, a 63, a 59 among other great scores and achievements.
Like always this time too, Lee Westwood finished the Open de France championship in style.
In the final round of the event, he made a stunning hole-out eagle at Le Golf National.
Westwood carded a one-under 70 to finish inside the top-10, having one shot standing out at the display from his up-and-down.
Masters Sunday would not be the same if Lee Westwood does not have his name on the leader board.
He was runner up last year and this year he has ensured that he remains in the equation with some brilliant moves he has taken up.
Rory Mcllroy has pulled out of the Dubai Desert Classic billed for next week as he takes time off to recover from a rib injury.
After the event in South Africa, the World number two had to withdraw from the desert affair as a scan showed a stress fracture.
Danny Willett, who is the Masters champion, is outside the top ten ranks for the World golf players.
There is no doubt that Phil Michelson will be remembered as one of the best golfers of the modern era.
In his latest outing, he came very close to becoming the first player in the history of major championship to shoot 62. This happened at Royal Troon and he made a record-tying score of 8-under 63 after the first round.
Last year, Phil Mickelson made a superb run at Masters, and he has a whole lot of assurance as the 1st major of the professional golf season starts on Thursday.
After ending in a tie for the 2nd spot previous year at Augusta, Phil has ended in the top 5 in 3 of his 7 starts this season.
Speaking to the reporters, he told that he is very excited to play. He is relishing playing. He is loving playing right now. He is playing very well.
This week, golfer Phil Mickelson would not be in seen playing in San Francisco. Phil Mickelson, the 5 time major champion, has taken off his name of this week’s World Golf Championships-Match Play event, showing unspecified personal reasons.
Phil Mickelson has reportedly confirmed that he would be contending at Scottish Open. The 2015 Scottish Open would mark the 6th consecutive contention at the esteemed tournament for the star golfer.
The American golf star would be playing at East Lothian golf course from 9th to 12th July & it would be his preparation grand for the upcoming Open Championship to be hosted in St. Andrews.
The esteemed tournament would be hosted at the famous Gullane Golf Club this year.