Archive for the Category Watching the Pros

Posted by Golfer's Delight · Sonntag, 02. Dezember 2007 · Watching the Pros

Things that give me hope

Sir Bob Charles, who actually had to be convinced to play at The Hills this week and was offered a special invitation to do so, signed off on a performance he called the best he has put together in over a decade.The 71 year old shot his age or better for the third day in a row, finishing ...
Posted by Golfer's Delight · Montag, 19. November 2007 · Watching the Pros

New European Tour Finale

Rumour has it that the European Tour plans a sucessor of Valderrama as season-ending event. Apparently, Dubai throws in some 14 Mio. Euros as prize money for a season-ending tournament. This might help the European Tour winning some players back from the PGA Tour. Let’s see if it helps. Edit: The press release is out: The partnership will run ...
Posted by Golfer's Delight · Sonntag, 04. November 2007 · Watching the Pros


Congratulations to Justin Rose for winning the Volvo Masters and the 2007 European Tour Order of Merit. Congratulations to Martin Kaymer for posting the lowest round of the tournament, for finishing in sixth, for winning the biggest purse in his young career and for winning the “Rookie of the Year”. And finally, to Graeme McDowell for finding his spot in ...
Posted by Golfer's Delight · Freitag, 02. November 2007 · The Game, Watching the Pros

Valderrama halfway summary

After 36 holes, Justin Rose and Padraig Harrington are in the first two positions at Valderrama. But Justin Rose is in the better position, as he is four shots ahead of Padraig, who wasn’t able to match Justins birdie streak on the back nine. In fact, Justin is the only player under par after 36 holes. Padraig went off with ...
Posted by Golfer's Delight · Donnerstag, 18. Oktober 2007 · Watching the Pros


Hehe, hehehehe! I love it! Keep this up for the next three rounds!
Posted by Golfer's Delight · Montag, 15. Oktober 2007 · Watching the Pros

A mixed weekend for german golfers

A remarkable weekend it was for the german golfers, in a positive and not so positive way. Let’s start with the best news: Bernhard Langer won his first tournament on the Champions Tour - the Administaff Small Business Classic - in such an impressive manner, that he has his opponents on the tour in awe: “It’s not often ...