Aug 14th, 2018
The dopey commentator may have got his name wrong but Matt Wallace had an amazing hole-in-one during moving day at the US PGA Championship.
The dopey commentator may have got his name wrong but Matt Wallace had an amazing hole-in-one during moving day at the US PGA Championship.
Sky Golf's young Mr Radar has been out on the golf links again, this time giving Matt wallace the once over at Moor Park. Enjoy...
Andrew ‘Beef’ Johnston came so close to making a return to the winners circle, but a birdie from fellow Englishman Matt Wallace on the first playoff hole put paid to that.
Not since the heyday of Tiger Woods have we seen anything like this. Brooks Koepka is tearing apart one of the toughest courses on the major circuit and breaking records as he does so. The rest of the field are looking on in bewilderment and accepting that they are now playing for second.
As Matt Wallace thumped the green with his putter as another birdie putt slipped by the hole at the 18th he knew he had blown a chance to lift the British Masters crown. Step forward Marcus Kinhult, the world’s number 210th ranked player, to coolly hole his ten-foot birdie putt and complete Wallace’s nightmare.
Matt Wallace of England retained his lead of the British Masters at a windy Hillside. However, he was looking over his shoulder as the tournament host, Tommy Fleetwood, closed to within three shots. Fleetwood, who at one point trailed Wallace by nine shots, played the last eight holes in five under to close the gap to just three.
Matt Wallace, saw a return to form to take a one shot lead into the weekend at the British Masters at Hillside. Wallace’s new approach to the game, including the hiring of fitness expert Dr Steve McGregor, appears to be paying dividends as he added a 67 to his opening 65.
GolfPunk's resident tipster, Nick Fleming, picked 2nd place Joel Dahmen as an each way bet at Wells Fargo Championship at the weekend and sadly missed out on Jorge Campillo, who down as a winner, faded to finish third as Mikko Korhonen came through to see off France’s Benjamin Hebert at the first play-off hole.
It was a triple winning weekend for PING with victories for Matt Wallace, Bubba Watson and Brady Schnell on the European, PGA and Web.com Tours.
Matt Kuchar gets his second win of the season in Hawaii but has had to defend himself this week over allegatons that he paid his caddie just $3,000.00 after winnning the Mayakoba Golf Classic in Mexico last November.
Callaway today announces the signing of talented young English golfer Matthew Jordan.
Meet us at Wentworth about 10am, we said to Manny. And bring your James Bond stare....
He might only be 23 but that hasn't stopped Matt Fitzpatrick racking up another tournament – his fourth – when he prevailed in a play off against Scott Hend in Switzerland.
Matt Kuchar had a hole-in-one last week at the WGC-HSBC Champions in China, but was denied the prize of a Cadillac because the hole was playing short. But now wrongs have been put right, and he’s got his new motor.
Matt Kuchar was standing on the tee at the par-3 17th hole waiting his turn when his caddie noticed the small print…..
Greg Norman has been busy preparing for Hurricane Matthew at his home in Jupiter Florida. Here's what the Shark has been up to. And it does involve a chainsaw. You'd have thought he'd have learnt!
Matt Every has won the Arnold Palmer Invitational for the past two years. The Spiv has backed him as great value at 100-1. But there’s a problem. He’s got the driver yips. Well, it’s what it sounds like to us. “I get over a tee shot and think, ‘What am I doing?’”
We all know that golf is coming back to the Olympics in Rio after a break of 108 years. Yet we don’t feel that golf, at least at a professional level, has really embraced this development. And this pisses us right off.
It's been a long, long winter and Matty Du Plessis has clearly gone a bit mad. Cabin fever has set in and he's started talking to himself. And he's made this video to prove it: Golf's Top Excuses...
There’s winning from the front, and there’s reversing into a win. It’s safe to say Matt Jones did the latter at the Australian Open. Shooting a two over final round, Jones did just enough to keep Jordan Spieth and Adam Scott at bay.
So who the hell is Matt Jones? Well, he's an Australian golfer, who then moved to the US to attend Arizona State University, which has two famous alumnae who are also playing Whistling Straits today – Phil Mickelson and Paul Casey.
Ahead of the Sultanate’s biggest sporting event, the Oman Open, European Tour player’s Matteo Manassero and Marcel Siem competed head-to-head in a golf challenge with a difference at host venue Al Mouj Golf.
Matt Kuchar is a decent guy, you'll often see him out and about in the town talking to fans, having dinner, wherever the Open is while other tour players hide themselves away in their hotel rooms. On the occasion of his first win in four years at the Mayakoba Classic last November, after signing his card, receiving his trophy and squaring off his caddie, he probably felt he had a right to swan off into the sunset and enjoy himself. However, a look over his shoulder was required...
adidas Golf continues to bolster its roster of young athletes. Today, adidas announced the signing of two of Europe’s rising stars in golf, Matthew Jordan and Lorenzo Scalise, to multi-year contracts. Jordan and Scalise will both wear adidas apparel and footwear on and off the course.
The Belfry has announced Matthew Galley as its new Head PGA Coach, joining a team of world-class teaching professionals based within the resort’s PGA National Golf Academy.
Mercedes-Benz have staged their own Stadium Games between Rickie Fowler and “Matty Ice" Ryan” – the Atlanta Falcons quarterback - at Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
Wilson Golf is putting colour behind the world’s softest golf ball by extending its DX2 range with the first low-compression Matte finish ball in five striking colours, plus a re-designed construction.
Catriona Matthew has been appointed as European captain for the next Solheim Cup, which will take place on the world-famous PGA Centenary Course at The Gleneagles Hotel in Perthshire, Scotland, on 13-15 September 2019.
Suzann Pettersen out, Catriona Matthew in at the Solheim Cup. USA captain, Juli Inkster is also keeping an eye on Lexi Thompson who is currently battling a virus.
More than 900 potential volunteers will this week be contacted to offer them a volunteering role at The 2019 Solheim Cup, taking place at Gleneagles from 9-15 September 2019.
Matt Kuchar kept faith with his Bettinardi ArmLock putter to claim his first PGA Tour title in four years by winning the Mayakoba Golf Classic in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico.
As Scotland marks one year to go until the Solheim Cup, the prestigious event could be a catalyst for a growth in the female golfer visitor market, says VisitScotland.
Two Scottish golfing legends are looking forward to history being made at the inaugural European Golf Team Championships at Gleneagles in August.
Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjorn will partner his Solheim Cup counterpart Catriona Matthew when the European Tour includes women in a team golf event for the first time later this year.
Matt Kuchar is looking to put himself in contention for another Major following his outstanding finish at The Open Championship with his customised Bettinardi putter.
Lydia Ko finished T2 at the Lotte Championship this weekend, but that didn’t stop her from firing her caddy Gary Matthews. And she’s got some serious form in this department.
Not many things will top last week’s Masters. Passion, determination, drama – it really did have it all, resulting in a champion that no one could surely begrudge. But somehow, we need to move on from last week’s events. And here comes the RBC Heritage!!
While the cats are away the mice will always be running round, up to something... Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson, Jordan Spieth and Adam Scott are all missing at Bay Hill. But who cares? Not Matt Fitzpatrick that's for sure.
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.
Meet Matty Du Plessis, the only 12 year old golf rapper we are aware of. And a really, really nice kid. Clever too. Watch this...
Henrik Stenon has got of to a flyer at the HSBC Abu Dhabi Championship, shooting an eight under 64. And the key to his success? No practice!
Bettinardi Golf, the specialist milled putter manufacturer based in Chicago, has released its 2017 range in the UK, including striking new putters and head covers in its Studio Stock and Queen B series.
A top European quartet of Matthew Fitzpatrick, Tyrrell Hatton, Rafa Cabrera Bello and Chris Wood is the latest addition to the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship line up, staging its 12th edition, January 19-22 at Abu Dhabi Golf Club.
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.
Matthew Fitzpatrick birdied the last hole to beat compatriot Tyrrell Hatton by one shot to win the $8 million DP World Tour Championship on Sunday. While in Australia, Jordan Spieth gets his year off to a corker...
Harbour Town GC took a bashing from Hurricane Matthew. Check out the aftermath here.
Former Playboy Playmate Ashley Mattingly has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI). And it's another golf buggy DIU incident!
Davis Love has picked three of his final four Ryder Cup players for Team USA, and he has definitely played it safe.
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.
Matt Fitzpatrick will take on Ryder Cup vice-captain Thomas Bjorn in round one of the Aberdeen Asset Management Paul Lawrie Match Play, which starts tomorrow. And here are the other pairings and tee times.
Skechers are taking golf seriously, re-signing Matt Kuchar to a multi-year contract. Unlike many brands in the past who have dabbled, this US giant is proving it's in golf for the long haul. Skechers are the number two shoe brand overall in the US, bigger than the giants that are adidas and Under Armour. And no we’re not talking golf, but across the whole market, sitting behind only Nike. They are truly massive stateside.
The Spiv has been in the money two of the last three weeks. He's found some tremendous value this week at the Arnold Palmer Invitational...
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.
Sergio has predicted there will be up to five players who make their debuts in this year's European team.
Skechers Performance Division has launched a new premium spikeless golf shoe category, which they are calling GO GOLF Elite™. Here's what they have been up to.
Callaway has launched a Matte Black version of its Mack Daddy PM-Grind Wedge, which came out last year and was designed by five-time Major winner and Callaway Staff Professional, Phil Mickelson.
Male Player Of The Year 2015, Lady Player Of The Year and Rookie Of The Year: Here's your verdict...
Matt Jones not only won the Australian Open at the weekend, but also secured himself a place for the 145th Open Championship, which will be played at Royal Troon in July 2016. Find out who else will also be joining him.
Everything from scaling tall buildings in Dubai to Marmite on toast... It's Help The Gravy & Bunch Of Arse: What's made us go 'yippee!!' and what made us go 'fiddlededee' this week...
Local boy Matt Jones continued his impressive form in Sydney at the Emirates Australian Open. Jones has now shot 67, 68, 68 and leads World Number One Jordan Spieth by three shots after Spieth shot a third round 67.
22 year-old Irishman Paul Dunne secured his 2016 European Tour card yesterday as he tied 13th at the final qualifier in Girona, Spain. Joining him is Matthew Southgate.
This is it, the big one. A European Number One will be crowned on Sunday as the top players on the European Tour play in the season finale. Rory McIlroy may be in pole position but the chasing pack are close...really close. It's all to play for. Here are GolfPunk's tips for the big one.
Danny Willettt did himself no favours in Shanghai in his chase for Rory McIlroy’s top spot in the Race to Dubai rankings.
It has been an exceptional rookie season for Sheffield- born Matthew Fitzpatrick, who won his first professional title at the British Masters earlier this month. He’s also had seven other top-five finishes in this his rookie year on the European Tour, which is impressive to say the very least. But what about the Ryder Cup? Here's what Ian Poulter thinks.
The leading group going into the weekend in Hong Kong saw a David and Goliath type match up. The Dane, Bjerregaard took the money with a 63, one shot better than Englishman Rose. They both go into the final day of the final full field tournament of the 2015 European Tour schedule, sharing the lead at 14-under.
After an incredibly successful return to the European Tour circuit this year it has been announced that Luke Donald will be the next famed English Golfer to host the British Masters and next year they are heading to the Grove in Hertfordshire.
Monday Morning Quick Livener: What Helped Our Gravy and Bunched Our Arse This Weekend...
Good Work, Young Fella!!!!!! Matt Fitpatrick joins the big time
Day 2 in pictures, video and even words!!
Soren Kjeldson holds a one shot lead at the halfway stage of the KLM Open as the incredibly low scores kept coming on day 2.
It was what Jim Ross would call a "slobber knocker" of a day at Whistling Straights as birdies were banged in left, right and centre. It was a battle royal for the top spot, fought for ferociously, with the lead changing from one moment to the next.
So Matty Du Plessis The Golf rapper is back. This 11 year phenom beleives he's going to be the first person to shoot 18 under par. Who are we to argue. He's also pretty niifty at the old hippety hop, and this is is latest track #MakeDemBirdiesPop.
Winner, winner, haggis dinner!! Rickieeeeeeaaahhhh!!!!
The world's first golf rapper, Matty Du Plessis. Stop, Drop & Make A 12 Footer! Just do it, allright? Lovely stuff. Check Matty's video and listen to how he aims to shoot 18 under in one round!!!
This GO Golf Pro model as worn by Monty and US Ryder Cup player Matt Kuchar is Skecher's first tour level golf shoe.