October

  • Xander Schauffele wins WGC HSBC Champions in play-off

    Sunday, 28 October 2018

    Xander Schauffele claimed his third PGA Tour victory at the WGC HSBC Champions after defeating Tony Finau on the first play-off hole. Schauffele made back-to-back birdies on his final two holes of the tournament to get it in to a playoff with overnight leader Tony Finau, and went on to claim his first WGC title with a further birdie on the...

  • Tiger Woods blames Ryder Cup performance on fatigue

    Thursday, 18 October 2018

    Tiger Woods put his poor Ryder Cup performance down to 'fatigue' from a packed season that had culminated in his 80th PGA Tour victory Woods arrived in Paris for his eighth Ryder Cup after ending his season with a win at the Tour Championship, but his performance didn't live up to expectations. Rumours circulated about more back problems as he walked...

  • Lack of sponsors means future of British Masters in doubt

    Monday, 15 October 2018

    Could Eddie Pepperell’s victory have been the final one at the British Masters? With no sponsor lined up for the event from next year, it's future on the European Tour is unclear. The British Masters once again became a celebrated fixture on the European Tour’s schedule in 2015, when Sky Sports became the title sponsor and four English stalwarts of the...

  • 2019 World Golf Hall of Fame inductees include Retief Goosen, Billy Payne

    Wednesday, 10 October 2018

    The World Golf Hall of Fame has announced five inductees for the class of 2019, including two time US Open champion Retief Goosen and former Augusta National Chairman Billy Payne. Joining them in the official ceremony at Pebble Beach next June will be Peggy Kirk Bell, Jan Stephenson and Dennis Walters, having been chosen from a group of 15 finalists that...

  • Rose: It's a shame to see American players "throwing each other under the bus"

    Tuesday, 9 October 2018

    Speaking ahead of the Sky Sports British Masters, Justin Rose talked about the surprise fall-out from the U.S Ryder Cup team after their 17.5 - 10.5 defeat to Europe British Masters host and World No.2 Justin Rose has spoken ahead of the tournament this week about the fall-out from the Ryder Cup, stating that he thought the American team had been...

  • British Masters Preview: Betting Tips & How to Watch

    Tuesday, 9 October 2018

    British Masters: How to watch, betting tips Justin Rose takes his turn this week hosting the Sky Sports British Masters at Walton Heath, and unsurprisingly the World No.2 and newly crowned FedEx Cup Champion is the bookies favourite to win the title.  He’s joined by fellow Ryder Cup stars Francesco Molinari, Tommy Fleetwood and Thorbjorn Olesen, as well as Captain Thomas Bjorn...

  • Brooks Koepka named PGA Tour player of the year

    Tuesday, 9 October 2018

    Brooks Koepka has been named the 2017-18 PGA Tour player of the year after a successful season that included winning two major titles The PGA TOUR announced today that Brooks Koepka has been named the 2018 PGA TOUR Player of the Year as voted by the TOUR's membership for the 2017-18 season. "On behalf of the PGA TOUR, our congratulations to Brooks...

  • Furyk breaks silence on Ryder Cup: Talks Reed/Woods pairing and DJ/Koepka

    Monday, 8 October 2018

    U.S. Ryder Cup captain Jim Furyk has broken his silence on a rumoured fued between Brooks Koepka and Dustin Johnson, and said Patrick Reed knew ‘weeks in advance’ he would playing with Tiger Woods.   Jim Furyk spoke to Golf Channel’s Tim Rosaforte during an interview which aired Monday, denying a bust-up between Koepka and DJ on the plane over and discussing...

  • 11 Things you missed: Tour wins, Ryder Cup fall-out and Norman on Tiger

    Monday, 8 October 2018

    11 things you missed: Tour wins, Ryder Cup fall-out from Team USA, fan blinded by golf ball, Bud Cauley returns to PGA Tour after car crash, Thomas & Fowler sport Tiger t-shirts and Greg Norman on why he doesn't want everything to be all about Tiger again. Bjerregaard claims Dunhill Links Championship, denies Hatton history Lucas Bjerregaard clinched his second European Tour...

  • Tways join list of father-son Tour winners as Kevin wins maiden PGA title at Safeway Open

    Monday, 8 October 2018

    Kevin Tway outlasted Brandt Snedeker and Ryan Moore in a playoff at the Safeway Open on Sunday to claim his maiden PGA Tour title - making history in the process Kevin Tway birdied all three playoff holes in a row to win his first ever PGA Tour title at the Safeway Open, defeating Brandt Snedeker and Ryan Moore in sudden death. Brandt...

  • Bjerregaard wins Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, denying history for Hatton

    Monday, 8 October 2018

    Lucas Bjerregaard clinched his second European Tour title at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship as Tyrrell Hatton blew a four shot lead over the back-nine on Sunday Tyrrell Hatton had a chance to make history by winning his third consecutive title at the home of golf, but as his momentum stalled and he struggled over the back nine, it was Bjerregaard who...

  • Phil Mickelson speaks out on 'brutal', 'almost unplayable' Le Golf National

    Friday, 5 October 2018

    Phil Mickelson spoke out about the conditions at the Ryder Cup, bemoaning the small fairways and 'brutal', 'almost unplayable' rough at Le Golf National I think it's pretty safe to say Phil Mickelson won't be returning to the 2018 Ryder Cup venue any time in the near future for an appearance at the HNA Open de France. Mickelson, who now holds the...

  • Brooks Koepka denies Dustin Johnson Ryder Cup bust up, calls claims 'laughable'

    Wednesday, 3 October 2018

    Brooks Koepka has denied any altercation with Dustin Johnson after the U.S.A's Ryder Cup loss to Europe, calling the claims 'laughable'.  Brooks Koepka has refuted claims that he and World No.1 Dustin Johnson were involved in any altercations either before or after the Ryder Cup, stating that he thinks everyone is looking for excuses as to why the better-on-paper U.S team...