South Africa’s lone representative at the Sony Open, Dylan Frittelli, made a good start to his 2019 PGA Tour season with an opening 67 in Honolulu.
Ekurhuleni junior Jayden Schaper cemented his No 1 spot in the Junior Rankings with a two-shot victory in the Nomads National Order of Merit Inland.
Ireland’s Padraig Harrington has been confirmed as the captain of Team Europe for the 2020 Ryder Cup.
Xander Schauffele tied the Plantation course record at Kapalua with an 11-under 62 on Sunday, and he needed every shot to beat Gary Woodland by one shot and win the Sentry Tournament of Champions.
The first round of 2019 is underway where a lot has changed, a lot has stayed the same and Kevin Tway grabbed the first round lead thanks to a bogey-free seven under 66.
Branden Grace was one of 13 players to be added to The Masters field after retaining his place in the top 50 in the Official Golf World Ranking.
Rory McIlroy may yet keep his European Tour membership in 2019, but he has restated his stance that the majority of his playing time will be on US soil.
Tour Championship winner Tiger Woods has opted against teeing it up at the 2019 opener in Hawaii.
80-time winner Tiger Woods is ranked ninth on Forbes’ list of richest American celebrities after a successful return to competitive golf.
Another 12 months have passed on the European Tour and with it some incredible storylines that won’t be forgotten in a hurry.