The latest golf news from around the globe
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Being a sports fan is fun and a great way to enjoy your social time. Some exciting sports are changing all the time, especially this past week with the PGA tour on. We’ve got that latest information, here’s what you need to know about the latest golf news.
In an unexpected turn of events, the winner of this past weeks Players Championship in Sawgrass, Florida, saw Webb Simpson taking the win by four shots under. The win seemed to surprise everyone, even Webb himself. When Simpson birdied on the 11th hole, this seemed to be the turning point for the direction of the rest of his game. He would come out victorious just seven holes later.
The worlds eyes are always on Tiger Woods, the former number one world champion began last week at 92nd in the world as a result of the previous year’s continual injuries. As a 14-time champion, he has a high expectation set on him and likely a lot to prove. If you think the odds are in your favor for his next big match, you can place your betolimp online wetten and see if you both walk away winners.
Is Huston Done?
Typically scheduling news is laid out during this week’s tournament, this year however no major news was brought to life. Usually the tournament has SHELL as its major sponsor and it seems they are not on board for the upcoming event. That and the usual venue, the Golf Club of Huston will not be hosting the event. There are a number of details to work out before major announcements can be made. You’ll need to wait like everyone else to see what happens.
So what’s everyone walking away with from this event. Well if you work out the math on actual hours played versus actual take home funds, it probably won’t seem as astronomical as the figures look at first glance. However, for the week of golf, it seems like a pretty good pay day. On the lower end of the pay scale, Matt Kuchar and Dustin Johnson cashed cheques for $148,866.66, leaving them with enough pocket money to keep them golfing. Our good friend Tiger Woods walked away with $225,500, probably less than he made just walking around in a pair of Nike a few years ago. Then the major winner of the event, Webb, took home $1,980,000.00. Overall a pretty good payday for the players.
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Romain Langasque equals course record to lead Alfred Dunhill Links Championship
The Frenchman recovered from an early bogey with two eagles and eight birdies to reach 11 under par.
Rory McIlroy bemoans ‘ugly year’ and seeks solution to divide in golf world
The arrival of Saudi-backed LIV Golf series has fractured the game in 2022.
On this day in 2014 – Europe retain Ryder Cup with Gleneagles victory
The Gleneagles victory was Europe’s eighth win in 10 matches.
‘Is this where I am going to die?’ Nicolas Colsaerts on kidney disorder battle
The Belgian is the focus of attention this week as he belatedly defends the Cazoo Open de France title he won three years ago.
On this day in 2008: Ryder Cup misery in Louisville for Nick Faldo’s Europe team
Faldo was heavily criticised for his tactics in the closing singles.
Open champion Cameron Smith wins first LIV trophy in just second start
The world number two is the highest-ranked player to join the rebel series.
Robert MacIntyre beats Matt Fitzpatrick in play-off to win Italian Open
MacIntyre birdied the first extra hole at Marco Simone Golf and Country Club, the venue for next year’s Ryder Cup.
Matt Fitzpatrick holds narrow lead ahead of final round at Italian Open
Rory McIlroy and Aaron Rai are one shot off the pace.
Rory McIlroy picks up the pace to claim lead ahead of Matt Fitzpatrick in Rome
McIlroy’s group looked unlikely to complete their second rounds after taking three hours to play nine holes.
Matt Fitzpatrick leads way at Italian Open despite ‘inconsistent’ display
The US Open champion held a one-shot lead over fellow Englishman Tom Lewis,