25 May 2013
Gary Alliss tells the story of his famous golfing family, which boasts four generations of PGA professionals.
Almost everyone who is anyone in European golf including the world numbers two, four and six, Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose and Luke Donald, will tee off at Wentworth on Thursday.
That ever-green Bernhard Langer has been installed as the strong favourite to win over-50 golf's opening major of the year, the Senior PGA Championship, is no surprise at all.
It's a little ironic that the Volvo World Match Play Championship will be played on a Gary Player-designed golf course in Bulgaria this week.
Ricardo Santos can expect a rousing welcome when he defends his Madeira Island Open title his week
Tiger Woods is the bookmaker's favourite to win the US PGA Tour's flagship event, The Players, at storied TPC Sawgrass this week.
Back from yet another multi-week break, Rory McIlroy must be wondering what's in store for him this week in an event in which he's succeeded gloriously, but also failed miserably.
Yong Eun (YE) Yang, Asia's first and, so far, only major winner will be a man with a mission when he tees off in this week's Ballantines Championship.
There is probably no tournament on the US PGA Tour that, in the week after the Masters, can attract a field with anything like the strength of this week's RBC Heritage.
The statistics from the 2013 Masters provide an interesting look into how Adam Scott won and the 14-year-old Tianlang Guan survived.
- Canizares has slender lead
- Lennarth has one-shot lead
- Lennarth shows the way in Holland
- Cochran, Perry lead by two
- Bowie Young shares Bahamas lead
- Kuchar hits the front at Colonial
- Molinari leads at Wentworth
- No hat-trick for Donald
- Weather plays havoc in the Bahamas
- Garcia hopes for Tiger talks
- Haas and Waldorf lead at Senior PGA