They’re everywhere. No matter where you go in the world of golf, there are Scots to be found in all manner of roles. Players. Caddies. Administrators. The media, both print and broadcasting. Wherever you look, those of a Caledonian persuasion are involved.
Greg Norman has rejected claims he’s declared war on the PGA Tour as a result of launching a new 10-event series on the Asian Tour and admitted it would “be delinquent of me” not to provide hosting opportunities for his native Australia.
International team captain Ernie Els has pleaded with Aussie golf fans to not be blinded by the star power of the American team and provide a genuine home-ground advantage when the Presidents Cup returns to Royal Melbourne Golf Club in December.
It’s not unheard of for a player to skip a World Golf Championship event. But Adam Scott currently is entertaining the notion that he might not play in any of the three remaining WGC events this season.
In an interview with Australian Golf Digest’s PGA Tour editor Evin Priest, Adam Scott grades his 2018 season, talks through his plans for 2019 and details why he is skipping the Australian summer of golf this year.
By Evin Priest – US-based PGA Tour editor Former Australian Open champion John Senden will take an indefinite break from professional golf, announcing son Jacob has been diagnosed with a brain tumour. Aussie veteran Senden, a two-time winner on the US PGA Tour, revealed the news after withdrawing from this weeks’ Zurich Classic of New Read more…