The 2017 host of the British Masters Lee Westwood says he is impressed with the “incredible” field at this year’s event.
The event is set to kick off at Close House on Thursday with multiple big names slated to feature.
Masters winner Sergio Garcia and stars like Rory McIlroy, Alex Noren and others are set to partake in the competition.
“It’s an incredible field really, it’s never easy to find the right date for a lot of the lads to come but Sergio and Rory and many others [are coming]. It’s had great support from the British and European players, I couldn’t have asked for a better field,” the happy host said.
Rory McIlroy, the champion mixed the bad, the good and the downright ugly at the Dell Technologies Championship an eventful opening round at TPC Boston yesterday.
McIlroy, trying to win his first year’s tournament, had to settle for a one-over-par 72. This left him six shots back from the leader of clubhouse Dustin Johnson who shot 66.
The Northern Irishman spoke about this on Thursday, he spoke about his optimism about coming back to the course on which he tasted the victory in the year 2012 and 2016.
The luxurious wedding costs of top golfer Rory McIlroy and Erica Stoll may cost as much as, or exceed, €1 million, according to reports in Ireland. The wedding took place at the Ashford Castle in Cong over the weekend.
The initial estimates all over the media placed it around or less than half a million Euros but the star studded even in the private hotel could very much reach a million. The destination wedding is in contention to be one of the biggest celebrity wedding, covering pages of newspapers and top websites all over the world.
The tournament Dell Technologies Match Play was not good for the Rory Mcllroy.
The champion of four-time (major) from Northern Ireland lost the match in the opening round itself. The chances of getting back into the game, also got over when Gary Woodland withdrew his name from the group later after a day. Woodland described the matter as personal and withdraws his name from the group. The move of Woodland ensured two things, first the exit of Mcllroy from the event and seconds the winning of Denmark’s Soren Kjeldsen.
You must be thinking about the second finish, let’s have a complete look at match for details.
The golfing schedule for 2016 has seen quite a lot of action in the campaign and is slowly drawing to an end.
SkySports has taken advantage of that to draw up a shortlist of potential contenders that could clinch the coveted title of player of the year.
The first on the list is Henrik Stenson, who in 2013, had won the Race to Dubai title and an Olympic Silver medal as well. Stenson, 40 years old, posted a total of 12 worldwide top-10s. The BMW International Open, saw him ease to victory, some three weeks before he went on to claim a historic three shot win at The Open.
Rory McIlroy posed a plea for certain changes in Ryder Cup that pertain to changes in the tour agenda.
The news is that Roy has made a stand against certain rules along with other players. The wish that Roy made might be granted soon. The plea posed by the world number two player in the European Tour is to make certain changes in the selection procedure that might include a dramatic overhaul. The chief executive has even shown his willingness to go along with the changes as he stated that the organization will not back away from making big changes.
McIlroy stated last week that the regulation about players having to be members of the Tour in order to be part of the biennial dust up event needs to be looked into.
Rory Mcllroy, the Irish golfer is not afraid when it comes to making changes in life.
However, as far as golf is concerned, he strongly believes in faith as it works well for him. He may be adamant, but that certainly does not make him less committed to his work. He is regarded as the world’s best golf player for obvious reasons. He has always disliked playing bad golf. This year the PGA was indeed a missed opportunity for the player. Mcllroy has not given up hope as his biggest inspiration is the masters. He is yet to win the major and the tournament is the most appropriate opportunity that he should grab.
Rory McIlroy will hop the Masters Par-3 Contest in the coming week in the expectations that it would serve him end off the career Grand Slam at the Augusta National.
Speaking to several media houses, he told that he is not going to play the Par-3 Contest in 2016 as this is just too much dogfight and this is a bit of a beguilement.
Rory, who has played in Masters a total of 7 times with a 4th spot finish previous year his best result, missed the pre-tournament event just only one time. In that year, i.e.in 2011, Northern Irishman went to the back 9 on Sunday in the search for that green jacket, just to fall into a tie for fifteenth after a final-round 80.
Smylie Kaufman, during their WGC Dell Match Play game around 2 weeks ago, was saying Rory McIlroy regarding his visit to the Augusta National a few days earlier, getting all set for his first Masters. Rory wanted to know what he thought of this place.
McIlroy told that he told that he went to do some prep work and it appears that there are a lot of birdies up there. Now a veteran of 7 Masters, Rory might just smile.
McIlroy chuckled saying. He told Smylie that he had a tale regarding the day a series of birdies was made. In fact, it was a record number of birdies.
Rory recalled that he played with Anthony Kim when he made eleven birdies. Yeah, there are plenty of birdies out there.
Ian Poulter again took to Twitter to make some controversy. He is known for his outspoken attitude.
Earlier on Tuesday, the Englishman bashed a writer on hi Twitter account for criticizing his decision not to play at European Tour’s BMW PGA Championship.
Derek Lawrenson, a Daily Mail reporter in England, criticized Ian (as well as Sergio Garcia and Henrik Stenson) for not signing up to play in one of the most prestigious events of the European Tour. Derek went on to stated that Jordan Spieth was a class act for the way he dealt the media after snatching a win the Masters.