May

  • Is the PGA Tour making a huge mistake?

    Written by John Huggan on Monday, 15 June 2020

    PGA Tour action has resumed – but should it have done so? The PGA Tour has returned to at least some of its glory. What used to be the Colonial Invitational but is now the Charles Schwab Challenge – no prizes for identifying which title will have more historical resonance – led the charge back to something akin to normalcy in...

  • European Tour to return with six UK tournaments

    Written by Rob McGarr on Friday, 22 May 2020

    European Tour set to resume in July with six UK tournaments – including a return of the English Open and several brand new events. With the PGA Tour due to resume shortly, at the Charles Schwab Challenge on 11 June, European Tour golfers and fans have been wondering when professional golf may recommence in Europe.  Read more: How the PGA Tour plans...

  • 10 things we know about the 2020 golf season

    Written by Michael Catling on Tuesday, 19 May 2020

    Everything we know so far about the strangest golf season in history. Two months after the golf season was put on hold by Coronavirus, this year’s Open in Sandwich has been cancelled, we are no closer to knowing when the European Tour will return, or whether the Ryder Cup will even go ahead in September. The good news is that the Masters,...

  • Anonymous caddie survey

    Written by John Huggan & Brian Wacker on Monday, 18 May 2020

    What do the men who carry the bags for the game's best players really think? Golf World granted 50 tour caddies anonymity in order to hear the truth about life on tour. Q1. Which player would you most like to caddie for? What does a caddie want from his paymaster? To be treated nicely and to be very handsomely remunerated. And if...