It’s Sharma fever as Rookie Ties for Indian Open Lead

If he was old enough, Shubhankar Sharma could probably run for mayor and win in New Delhi right now. The 21-year-old golfing sensation wrote another chapter in his remarkable rise to fame as he shot an even-par to move into a first-place tie with Matt Wallace at the Hero Indian Open. A late mistake cost … Continue reading It’s Sharma fever as Rookie Ties for Indian Open Lead

Lowry, Fitzpatrick Rise in Dubai Chase

With just two tournaments left until the start of the Final Series, the UK's Matthew Fitzpatrick and Ireland's Shane Lowry cemented their spots as major players in the upcoming race with big performances on Sunday. Fitzpatrick's win at the British Masters saw him rise to 12th in the Race to Dubai standings with 1,353,190 points. … Continue reading Lowry, Fitzpatrick Rise in Dubai Chase

Omega Dubai Desert Classic Preview

Scotland's Stephen Gallacher will try to win an unprecedented third straight Omega Dubai Desert Classic title beginning Thursday in the United Arab Emirates. Gallacher won the 2013 title by three strokes over Richard Sterne, then defeated Emiliano Grillo by one shot last year.  He was pursued ardently by now-World No. 1 Rory McIlroy last year, … Continue reading Omega Dubai Desert Classic Preview

Europe Drubs US for Third Straight Ryder Cup

The competition never really happened; and the results of the regular season - in which Europeans won three of the four Majors on the PGA tour, continued in the post-season. Europe easily cruised by the United States 16-1/2 to 11-1/2 to win its third straight Ryder Cup, and eighth in 10 tries, at GlenEagles, Scotland … Continue reading Europe Drubs US for Third Straight Ryder Cup