A talented player but the Aussie has a terrible record at the US Open.
The 29-year-old Australian is a 17-time winner around the world, respected for his swing, admired for his cool and capable of winning big tour titles such as the 2004 Players’ Championship and 2006 Tour Championship. And yet, for all his obvious skills and talent, his major championship record is dreadful: just four top-10 finishes in 35 starts. And his record in the US Open is the worst of all: eight starts, four missed cuts and a best finish of 21st. Less than one year ago his career was in turmoil as even regular tour events seemed a test too far but he was selected for the Presidents Cup by his good friend Greg Norman and although he didn’t play particularly well, the experience (and Norman’s faith) revived his fortunes. He won for the first time on home soil in the winter and then claimed the Texas Open in May. Because he is capable of stunning golf, for all the doubts, he has to be considered as a possible major winner one day.
World number four feeling confident.
Home favourite wants to press home advantage.
Merger to create better opportunities.
Spanish ace extends sponsorship.
Mallorcan course impressing.
Definitely one for the bucket list…
Englishman excited for future.
What a decade it has been!
What does Portuguese gem offer?
Incident mares fourballs.