Woodland still ahead with seven major winners on his tail


The 54-hole leader is Gary Woodland, the 35-year-old Kansas native who has never won a major nor played in the final group on Sunday.  The three-time PGA Tour winner escaped a few potential disastrous holes on Saturday to post a 2-under-par 69 for a three-round total of 11-under 202. There are several experienced operators ready to make a Sunday charge, including seven major champions…

Woodland takes the lead at Pebble Beach


Mother Nature continued to provide a reprieve to the world’s best golfers on Friday. While the sun finally made a brief appearance at Pebble Beach Golf Links, the brisk winds that often define U.S. Open Championships contested on the iconic Monterey Peninsula layout continued to be kind and gentle. Even with the greens firming up a bit, Round 2 produced more under-par rounds (44)…

Rose grasps the first-round lead at Pebble Beach


On a day where the winds were relatively light and the mercury barely crossed the 20-degree mark, the world’s best players took full advantage of their opportunity. 39 golfers bettered par, matching the second-most in championship history and just five behind the record 44 recorded two years ago at Erin Hills. So perhaps it was fitting that a guy named Rose grabbed the first-round…

1ER TROPHEE GOLF AUTOUR DU MONDE EN SUISSE


Trou No 9, juge de paix du Golf & Country Club de Neuchâtel La tenue du Trophée Golf Autour du Monde ce 1er juin a fêté le retour très attendu d’un beau ciel azur dans le décor du Golf & Country Club de Neuchâtel si agréable et convivial. Rien à voir avec la météo de mi-mai quand les joueuses du Neuchâtel Ladies Championship, tournoi…