Golfing in Germany is still considered as an elite sport. While traditionally not known to be a golfing country, the emergence of German golfer, Bernhard Langer, in the 1980’s placed Germany firmly on the golfing map and since then, several golf courses have been developed around the country. Langer, fondly called the “Ice Man” by [...]
Gary Woodland enjoyed a breakout season in 2011 and will be one of a host of emerging American golfers looking to really make a name for themselves at the US Masters in April. Try out our Masters golf packages to see the tournament for yourself.
The 27-year-old turned professional in 2007 but was forced to divide his time between the PGA and Nationwide Tours over the years before coming through qualifying school in 2010 to secure a full-time Tour card.
Darren Clarke broke his Major title duck in 2011 when he rolled back the years to win the British Open, but he has struggled to maintain such top form and is hoping a new caddie with winning experience at the US Masters can help turnaround his fortunes.
Over the next few months, veteran golfer, Tiger Woods, has what could be regarded as one of the greatest opportunities of his recent career; the ability reclaim a place in the ten top of the Official World Golf Rankings. He could, if the gods of golf prove pliant to his demands, even re-take the coveted no.1 spot.
The world number 28 has seen his stock in world golf rise thanks to six European Tour titles in the last five years and in 2012 he has the luxury of knowing he has already qualified automatically to compete in all four majors – the Masters, the US Open, The Open and the USPGA Championship.
Watch Tiger Woods hit a big push-draw that led to an eagle at the 2011 Masters last weekend.
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The current top 10 2009 PGA TOUR Money Leaders as ov November 2009 are (player name / # of events / money): Tiger Woods 17 $10,508,163 Steve Stricker 22 $6,332,636 Phil Mickelson 18 $5,332,755 Zach Johnson 26 $4,714,813 Kenny Perry 24 $4,445,562 Sean O’Hair 23 $4,316,493 Jim Furyk 23 $3,946,515 Geoff Ogilvy 20 $3,866,270 Lucas [...]
In a final hour of the tournament, Lucas Glover played steady to hold on and win the 2009 U.S over rivals Woods, Mickelson and Duval. More details can be found at the US Open website