June

  • Mickelson eleborates on rules gaff

    Written by Staff writer on Wednesday, 27 June 2018

    Phil Mickelson has elaborated on moment of madness at the US Open, where he hit a moving ball, saying “hopefully one day we can laugh about it”. Lefty was at a charity event in conjunction with his sponsor KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, where he was quizzed about the incident at Shinnecock – which he apologised for via text message last week. “It took...

  • Tour Truck fitting comes to The Grove

    Written by Today's Golfer taff writer on Monday, 25 June 2018

    This is one of the coolest fitting bays we’ve ever seen – and it’s now open to anyone. The Grove in London has set up a custom-fitting experience that introduces everyday golfers to tour-inspired game analysis and equipment recommendations. Permanently on site as part of The Grove’s extensive practice facilities, the Tour Truck Experience offers amateur golfers the opportunity to feel like...

  • Five-time Open Champion Peter Thomson dies aged 88

    Written by PA Sport on Wednesday, 20 June 2018

    Peter Thomson, Australia's five-time British Open champion, has died aged 88 The first Australian player to win the Open Championship major died at his home in Melbourne at 9am local time on Wednesday, his family told PGA Australia (PGAA). Thomson had suffered from Parkinson's disease for more than four years, the body said. Aged 24, Thomson became one of the youngest winners of...

  • Take part in the Longest Day Challenge

    Written by Staff writer on Friday, 15 June 2018

    Macmillan Cancer Support’s legendary golf fundraising challenge, which sees golfers tackle 72 holes in one day, is returning on Thursday 21 June.  The Longest Day Golf Challenge sees a team of four cover over 20 miles of course in one day and ask friends and family for sponsorship. Every penny raised will help Macmillan support the growing number of people living with...