ORLANDO, Fla. – Without Arnold Palmer, Sunday’s final round at Bay Hill became a team effort. Peter Jacobsen emceed the trophy presentation, with a few comments from Palmer’s grandson, Sam Saunders. They presented winner Marc Leishman with a red cardigan, one of Palmer’s favorite pieces of outerwear, not the usual blue blazer. “I’m very, very […]
ORLANDO, Fla. – The voting results from the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers were met with collective approval from several players at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. A second vote at Muirfield on allowing female members for the first time in the club’s history passed Tuesday, with 80.2 percent of members in favor. The measure, which […]
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – If the Bear Trap’s growl ever gets worse than its bite, some of the game’s top players may stop showing up to play the Honda Classic. Billy Horschel offered up that warning to PGA Tour and Honda Classic officials last week with heckling becoming a greater issue there. Horschel was […]
The decision to suspend play at the Dubai Desert Classic with almost half the field still to finish round two angers some players.
In the pink: Callaway Apparel ambassador David Horsey Spectators watching the second round of the Omega Dubai Desert Classic were faced with a sea of pink, as players turned out in force to support one the tournament’s main charities, the Al Jalila Foundation. In association with Brest Friends, the only cancer support group in […]
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – After Tiger Woods’ start this week at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic, a 5-over 77 that left him well back in the pack, it was probably no surprise that he withdrew prior to the start of Round 2 with back spasms. Still, there was disappointment among the players that Woods […]