Jim Furyk thanks dad for advice

Mike Furyk gave some invaluable advice to his son Jim as he was playing in the World Golf Championship – Accenture Match Play Championship at Dove Mountain in Arizona.

Jim Furyk stated that he thought his father was just telling him not to get out of his comfort zone and playing differently than what he is used to. He mentioned that his dad told him not to change his style too much or even try to hit the ball higher and farther than he is capable of.

Improving Your Golf Strength

Golf has become a sport that many people these days tend to perform and for this fact it is necessary for them to acquire the right techniques and the right strength to handle the equipment for a better performance. You may ask: “What has strength to do with all these?” and the answer to this question will be found within this article.

McGinley says Ian Poulter must earn his stripes

The Miracle Man of Medinah Ian Poulter has been warned that his heroics of last year in the Ryder Cup do not guarantee him a free pass to get into the European team for the next year when the tournament tees off at Gleneagles.

It was believed that Poulter was guaranteed a place in the European team after his extraordinary birdie spree on the Saturday morning in Chicago lifted the European team from the dust where it had been lying bleeding throughout the week before setting up the drama on the final day which saw the American team beaten again.

Dufner admits to having nerves

He claims himself to be a pretty cool customer on the course but according to American golfer Jason Dufner, his nerves were pretty much jangled as he went on claim the first major title of his career at the recently concluded US PGA Championship at Oak Hill.

Justin Rose looks to cap off amazing year

British golfer Justin Rose will embark on another attempt at winning an event on the FedEx Cup playoff events with the Deutsche Bank Championship after finishing tied for second at The Barclays last weekend.

The golfer from the north of Hampshire will go into the second of the four playoff events of the FedEx Cup at seventh in the standings of the FedEx Cup and he is well within his rights to think about claiming the title at the end of the season and lay his claim to the $ 10 million jackpot that will be available to winner at the end of the season.

All about Tom Lewis

Tom Lewis was born in England on 5 January 1991. He is a resident of Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire. He is a professional golfer who represents England.

Tom Lewis had a remarkable amateur golfing career. In 2009, Lewis won The Boys Amateur Championship at Royal St. George’s. in the 2010 New South Wales Open he lost to Peter O’Malley in a playoff.

Matt Kuchar

Matt Kuchar is a professional golfer from the United States of America who is currently a member of the US PGA Tour and has previously played on the Nationwide Tour.

He has won five titles on the PGA Tour, with these wins coming within a span of 11 years on the Tour. Having turned professional in 2000, Kuchar enjoyed a brief period of success in the early 2000s before suffering such a slump in form that he was almost struggling to maintain his status as a pro on the Tour.

Matt Kuchar wins WGC event at Arizona

In spite of the weather stealing much of the show in Tuscan, Arizona, it was Matt Kuchar who finished the World Golf Championship Accenture Match Play Championship with the prestigious trophy in his hands.

Kuchar went face to face with Hunter Mahan, the defending champion for the title and not only did he brave the weather, he overcame Mahan 2 and 1 in the match for the championship played on Sunday, the 24th of February to take home the title.

Adam Scott wants to break Major duck

As Adam Scott began his new season on the PGA Tour last weekend at the Riviera County Club in California, United States of America, he is full of confidence that this might just turn out to be the year when he breaks his duck in the major championships and wins his first title on any one of golf’s four major championships.

Campbell climbs the world rankings

Michael Campbell’s revitalization in form has been shown in the golf world rankings with the forty three year old golfer climbing around seven hundred spots in 2 years.

The ex US Open champ, who fell out of the official world top nine hundred following injury problems as well as a loss of form, has now reached to the 264 spot and also secured a place as New Zealand No 2.