Hideki Matsuyama fired a brilliant bogey-free 64 to take a share of the lead on the weather-affected second day of the PGA Championship.
Hideki Matsuyama produced a sensational closing 61 to win his second World Golf Championships title at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
There were 103,420 fans through the gate during the first round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open on Thursday and Louis Oosthuizen gave them a taste of magic with birdies at the ninth and 18th holes. The 2010 Open Champion signed for a three-under-par 68 and a share of 18th place, four shots behind the lead. 103,420 fans. And that’s… Read more →
Tyrone van Aswegen takes on one of golf’s spectacle tournaments this week – the Waste Management Phoenix Open – where he’ll be inspired to perform. The 35 year old tied for 20th place at the Farmers Insurance Open last week after carding 70 for the final round. It was a shining light in an otherwise dark start to the year,… Read more →
Justin Thomas was under pressure coming down the stretch at Kapalua in Hawaii on Sunday, but set up his victory at the Tournament of Champions when he fired a 214-yard approach to three feet at the 17th. Things heated up when Thomas double bogeyed the 15th, which cut his lead to a single stroke, but the young American birdied the… Read more →
Hideki Matsuyama outclassed a field that included 16 of the world’s top 25 players at the Hero World Challenge this week, where he went 18 under par. The Japanese superstar took a seven-stroke advantage into the final round after he shot 65 on Saturday at Albany in the Bahamas. He shot 73 in the final round, his first time not… Read more →
A hole-out for birdie from the bunker at the fifth hole on Saturday got Tiger Woods into a share of the lead at the Hero World Challenge, but the former world number one was headed for trouble. Betting companies could hardly keep up with the changing odds for the 2017 Masters now that Woods had returned after 16 months away…. Read more →
Tiger Woods roared back onto the scene with a bogey-free 65 on Friday at the Hero World Challenge, rising to tied-ninth on six under par.
Louis Oosthuizen cruised into a share of fourth place at the Hero World Challenge with a round of 67 on Thursday, but all eyes were on Tiger Woods, who carded 73.
Hideki Matsuyama shot 66 at Sheshan International Golf Club on Sunday to end an incredible showing at the WGC-HSBC Champions on 23 under par. ‘Winning today, I feel has got me closer to being able to compete a lot better in the Major tournaments,’ he said. ‘My next goal is, of course, to win a Major and I’m going to… Read more →