Archive | October, 2012

Volvo World Match Play Will be in Bulgaria

Next year’s Volvo World Match Play Championship of the European Tour will be held for the first time in Bulgaria. The tournament scheduled on May 16-19, 2013 will be held at the Thracian Cliffs. This golf course was designed by Gary Player and is situated beside the Black Sea. The Volvo World Match Play took [...]

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Morrison and Ramsay Shared Lead in the Indian Open

James Morrison of England and Richie Ramsay from Scotland tied in the first place in the opening game of the Indian Open at the Asian PGA Tour. Both of them scored five-under-par 66 on the first round of the $1.25 million event held at the Karnataka Golf Association course and won by a single shot [...]

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Paul Casey Gets Closer to Victory

Finishing the ISPS HANDA Perth International in the fifth place with a tie, Paul Casey is quite confident that victory is just close. The event was held at the Lake Karrinyup, in Western Australia. Scoring at 67, this is the first European Tour where Casey landed on the top-five position after placing fourth in the [...]

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Prolonged Rivalry Foreseen Between Tiger and Rory

Tiger Woods was said to have found his good match through the person of Rory McIlroy and he believes that the rivalry between them will last quite long, that is, it may be over a decade. Tiger, the 14-time major winner, will go and play against Rory, currently world number one, in an exhibition game [...]

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Ernie Els Suffers from Ankle Injury

Whether he likes it or not, The Open champion Ernie Els cannot join the PGA Grand Slam of Golf set to happen at the Port Royal Golf Club in Bermuda. The South African golfer is suffering from an injured ankle and will be replaced by Padraig Harrington for the 36-hole game. This is sad news [...]

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No Assurance yet for Ryan Fox in the PGA Tour

Ryan Fox still cannot rest assured that he will qualify in the PGA Tour. He must fight for it and make low scores in the final round of the tour’s qualifying games in Nevada. Ryan is currently the leading golf professional in the NZPGA Order of Merit. He was able to win three titles as [...]

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Who’s Who at the McGladrey Classic

Danny Lee of New Zealand did well at the first round of the McGladrey Classic held in Sea Island, Georgia. The event was a very important competition for Lee who is working hard to keep his PGA Tour card. Lee, who shot three birdies and an eagle in five holes, scored a five under par [...]

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Simpson, Ready Even If Long Putters Will Be Banned

Webb Simpson is an apparent user of long putters. The US Open champion is among the three golfers who have won in the major tournament using the long golf club. Though he is not anxious at all even if this type of putter is banned, he admits that he finds this probable action incorrect. The [...]

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Jason Dufner Goes for the Win at Perth International

The American Jason Dufner wants to overcome his frustration in the Ryder Cup by going for the win at the Perth International in Lake Karrinyup, Australia. Dufner cannot let go of what happened in the event at Medinah where he won three out of four points and worked with the American team to go on [...]

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ProQuip’s New Rain Suit

Working hand-in-hand with Colin Montgomerie from inspiration to design, ProQuip is coming out with a technologically enhanced rain suit which is not only of good performance but highly breathable, comfortable and excellent weather-proofing, as well. Labeled as the ‘Colin Montgomerie by ProQuip’ suit, this rain suit uses the award-winning ‘UltraLite’ fabric technology of ProQuip. The [...]

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