Mar 22nd, 2019
Charley takes the GP Biscuit Tin Challenge and sudddenly it's all cats, dogs, bar fights, getting dumped and Oasis...
Charley takes the GP Biscuit Tin Challenge and sudddenly it's all cats, dogs, bar fights, getting dumped and Oasis...
We first met Charley when she was 17. And she's been tearing up the fairways all around the world ever since...
Charley Hull went wire-to-wire to triumph at the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open in Abu Dhabi.
Charley Hull still awaits her debut LPGA win after finishing second at the KEB Hana Bank Championship in South Korea, three shots behind home favourite Chun In-gee.
Charley Hull goes into the weekend tied for the lead at the BEK hana Bank Championship in South Korea after a second round 69.
Charley Hull is in contention after the first round of the KEB Hana Bank Championship in South Korea.
One of the biggest names in ladies’ golf, Charley Hull is the latest high-profile professional to be announced for this year’s Farmfoods British Par Championship.
Charley Hull is just two shots off the lead after two rounds at the LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship in California.
What really goes on inside the ropes at a major championship? GolfPunk hangs with Charley Hull for the day at the Ricoh to find out...
Charley Hull won the LPGA season-ending CME Group Tour Championship with a two-shot swing at the 17th on Sunday to 'blouse' $500,000. Nice work Charley!
Charley Hull's medical records have been leaked online by Russian cyber terrorists.
Charley Hull felled by asthma and fever at the UL International Crown in Chicago. Melissa Reid has to play 4-balls alone...
Charley Hull is ready for the big time, as she talks in anticipation of the Ricoh Womens British Open.
Charley Hull produced a sizzler of a third round to shoot 69, ensuring she is in the final group going into the last round of the Pure Silk Bahamas LPGA Classic. Anna Nordqvist went one better with a 68 and the European Solheim Cup pair pair are out last today...
Charley Hull blazing it up in the Bahamas and shares lead going into round three. Paula Creamer and Brooke Henderson lurking. Not literally lurking in an alley way or anything but you know what we mean...
Click here for Scond Round Article!! (Apologies we put the wrong link on email!!) Charley Hull and Catriona Matthews were amongst seven players tied for the lead after the first round of the Bahamas LPGA, alongside US players Paula Creamer, Ashley Ramsey and Alison Lee and Japanese players Mika Miyazato and Haru Normura, each shooting a 5-under-par 68.
Charley Hull and Jodi Ewart Shadoff are both in contention at the ANA Inspiration, the first women’s major of the year, but they still have their work cut out if they are to catch Sweden's Pernilla Lindberg, who takes a three-shot lead into the final round.
Charlie Hull arrived in Rio on Sunday evening, just hours after Justin Rose had won the first Olympic golf gold after a thrilling duel with Henrik Stenson which went up the 18th. Here's how she benefitted from his experience.
American teenager Angel Yin won a three-way play-off to win the Dubai Ladies Classic as Charley Hull came in fifth.
Charley Hull smashed her way through the field in the final day of the Dubai Ladies Masters with a bogey-free, seven-under-par 65 but it wasn't enough to catch China's Shansan Feng
At just 20-years old, Charley Hull will be the youngest member of the Great Britain golf team for the Rio Olympics, and will complete with Catriona Matthews for women’s Olympic Gold.
South African Ashleigh Buhai shot a seven-under-par opening 65 to lead the AIG Women’s British Open. However, home favourites Charlie Hull, Georgia Hall and Bronte Law gave the crowd something to cheer about on day one at Woburn Golf Club in Buckinghamshire.
It’s Manic Monday, so here is a very quick round up of all the results and stories from the weekend on the, PGA Tour, European Tour, LPGA and Women’s European Tour.
It’s Manic Monday, so here is a very quick round up of all the results and stories from the weekend on the PGA Tour, European Tour, LPGA and Women’s European Tour.
Local favourite Stephanie Meadow will take a four shot lead into the final round of the ISPS HANDA World Invitational. The 27-year-old from Jordanstown, Northern Ireland shot a six under par 67 to sit on ten under for the event, four clear of England’s Eleanor Givens. In the men’s event, Damien Perrier of France and Todd Clement of England lead the field by a single shot following another long day with rain delays at Galgorm Castle.
Scotland’s Craig Ross and England’s Eleanor Givens are the first round leaders lead in the The ISPS HANDA World Invitational, both carding an impressive 6 under par. Ross shot an impressive birdie free round of 64 Massereene Golf Club while Givens had seven birdies and one solitary bogey in carding a 67 at Galgorm Castle Golf Club.
Well we nearly got the final line up right in that we predicted three of the four captain’s picks. European Captain Catriona Matthew went for France’s Celine Boutier, English stars Jodi Ewart Shadoff and Bronte Law and Norway’s Suzann Pettersen.
She is only 20, has never played a major championship or even played outside Japan until this week and now Hinako Shibuno finds herself leading the Women’s British Open at Woburn. She takes a two-shot lead into the Sunday but there is plenty of talent queuing up behind her should she slip up on the final day.
It was all getting quite crowded at the top of the leaderboard on day two at the AIG Women’s British Open at Woburn on Friday until the overnight leader, Ashleigh Buhai, who was out late in the day, suddenly put her foot on the accelerator to open up daylight between her and the field.
What's floated our golf boat and upset us at day two of the AIG Women’s British Open. The GolfPunk team took to the fairways, well ok the path bits down the sides, to see what was good and bad on the Marquess course at Woburn Golf Club.
Lydia Ko has beaten Minjee Lee in a play-off to win the Mediheal Championship in California - her first victory since 2016.
Smokin' fairways, red carpets and cat walks, you can see Rebecca Grants on Fox Sports, ESPN and now, finally, in GolfPunk....
It was a one – two for South Korea, as Jin Young Ko held off World No 2 Sung Hyun Park to claim her first LPGA Tour victory by two shots at the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship on Sunday. But how did Charley Hull get on?
If ever there was a match that summed up the Solheim Cup then it was the battle between Charley Hull and Melissa Reid against the USA pairing of Lexi Thompson and Cristie Kerr, in a thrilling first session at the Solheim Cup.
It all kicked off at the Solheim Cup back in 2015. Europe led 10-6 going into the singles, but the morning resumption of Saturdays four balls was shrouded in controversy.
It's all happening at Kingsbarns. Morning wrap and pic caption capering...
Lexi Thompson has held her lead at the ANA Inspiration at the 54–hole mark. She leads Suzann Pettersen by two–strokes and has a large chasing pack within five shots of her lead.
This week sees the first women’s golf major of the year at the ANA Inspiration at Mission Hill Country Club, Rancho Mirage. But how are Britain’s leading contenders shaping up?
The Daily Mail’s golf correspondent Derek Lawrenson has been writing about the current strength of the English game, and he certainly has a point.
Thai Ariya Jutanugarn is holding her lead at the Ricoh British Open by two shots from Mirim Lee.
Is this just GolfPunk being rubbish or did no one else have a clue what the UL International Crown was? Anyway, England nearly won but then America did instead. Confirming status as best golfing nation...
England registered a clean sweep against Thailand in Saturday's fourballs at the UL International Crown to finish top of their pool.
Lydia Ko snatched the ANA Inspiration last night with a final hole birdie, to beat Charely Hull by one.
Lexi takes one shot lead going into the final round of the ANA Inspiration, but some quality players are within striking distance.
Lexi Thompson leads LPGA first major of the year. Suzann Pettersen & Charley Hull lurking... Video highlights & pic caption capering...
Carly Booth, our resident Golf Nurse battled back to a one over 73 at the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters to sit seven shots shy of the lead. Liz Young and Carmen Alonso hold the lead after both shooting 66 in their first rounds at the Emirates Golf Club to sit at six under.
Emily Kristine Pedersen and Celine Herbin tied at -11 after both shooting 70s in their final rounds to finish on 269. Herbin then won the play off to secure her first LET victory and send the home fans into raptures.
Cristie Kerr fired a super third round 65 to soar up the Lacoste Ladies Open De France Leaderboard. Emily Kristine Pedersen leads on -11, Charley Hull is six shots back after a 68 and GolfPunk Golf Nurse Carly Booth is in 14th place at -2 after a third round 71.
Gladys Nocera fires opening round 65, Charley Hull shots 68, Amy Boulden 69 and Carly Booth a +1 71. Projected cut for round 2 is +2. Not good news for Solheim hero Cristie Kerr who carded a +4 74 and has work to do to make the weekend.
Europe lead 5-3 going into the Saturday foursomes: Here are the pairings.
Europe have an 8-4 lead after superb morning foursomes
Day 2 in pictures, video and even words!!
Damn you mother nature. First we had lightning then the light ran out. Just when it was all kicking off!!
Includes Brittany Lang's games room shame, Catriona Matthew's veteran jobes and the outer universe experience that is Charley Hull.
The Solheim Cup is, without doubt, the biggest event on the Women’s Golf Calendar. However the debate about whether Women’s golf is doing enough to inspire young girls to get some clubs and head to the range remains shadowed by a large grey cloud that looms heavily over the game. But there are a standout few, who are flying the flag for women’s golf high above that thick grey cloud
Golf Nurse Carly Booth and golf pro Henni Zuel star in the #thisgirlgolfs campaign, which has launched ahead of the RICOH Women's British Open, starting tomorrow at Turnberry, Scotland.
GolfPunk cover starrs, past, present and future – how they doing?
A quick glance at how GolfPunk's pals are getting on after day three at the 2015 ISPS Handa European Masters at The Buckinghamshire
Where has Charley Hoffman been all year? Up until today, he'd missed the cut in three of four starts and broken par just twice in those 10 rounds.
Defending Women’s British Open champion Georgia Hall is set to tee off at 12.16 on Thursday alongside Brooke Henderson of Canada and Japan’s Mamiko Higa and according to her she is “actually very excited. I don't feel any pressure. It’s really nice for me to be home because I've been in the US the whole year.”
Well after a two week stretch to fit in the Masters and RBC Heritage, the PGA Tour heads back to Texas, this time for the Valero Texas Open at TPC San Antonio.
It's the close of Moving Day at the 2017 Masters. And here's five things we have learnt today.
Wales' Amy Boulden finished T21 as world number six Jang Ha–Na of Korea won the Women's Australian Open by three shots in Adelaide.
Charley Simpson, an 11-year old sports scholar at Rydal Penrhos, has just ten hours to complete a special challenge, which saw him play the best hole at 18 different courses along the North Wales coast.
Waterlooville Golf Club in Hampshire has been swindled out of scores of thousands of pounds, it has been revealed. Here's how much they got taken for.
Last week at the Northern Trust Open Rory McIlroy, Kevin Na, and Charley Hoffman hit wooden woods from the 1920's, 50's, and 90's to see how they compared to the modern equipment.
Check out Editor Tim's team... you must be able to beat that!! And you can win a Golf Buddy watch!! PLUS the Golf Hacker's betting tips. Graeme McDowell at 33/1 anyone?