Nov 29th, 2019
GolfPunk send it condolences and prayers to Tom Watson and his family on the sad passing of Hilary Watson just before midnight on Thanksgiving Eve. Hilary, who Tom described as ‘my hero’ had been battling pancreatic cancer for two years.
Jan 8th, 2016
It’s been a fairly quiet start to the year when it comes to equipment companies making new player signings. While PXG have made some noise with their new roster including Zach Johnson, and Nike have signed Brooks Koepka, the big two of Callaway and TaylorMade have been very quiet.
Apr 7th, 2016
Last year we thought we had seen Tom Watson’s final appearance at St Andrews, and we were there to cheer him in on the 18th as the light faded fast. Now it’s the turn of Augusta to bid him farewell.
Mar 4th, 2016
At the beginning of the year Tom Watson signed with Callaway golf. They've paired Tom Watson and wedge guru Roger Cleveland to put togther a series of short game masterclasses. First up, the bunker shot.
Mar 14th, 2016
Tom Watson. A living legend. A five time Open Champion. And a master of the shortgame. Watch this video masterclass on nailing those tricky half wedge shots.
Sep 12th, 2015
Good work Tom Watson! Makes the cut and then some... Rounds of 69, 68, 68 roll back the years.
Nov 7th, 2018
When I was a hot headed and slightly greasy 14 year old, I hated Tom Watson. I mean I hated him.
Jul 21st, 2015
in the words of Blur's Damon Albarn, 'it's been a hell of a do'. Here's my last instalment from the GolfPunk Clubhouse at the Rule Pub & Diner, St Andrews, 2015.
Dec 3rd, 2016
Tom Watson has been in more than a few bunkers in his time, so who better to show you how to escape a terrible plugged lie than the five time Open Champion? Tom Watson and Callaway's wedge guru Roger Cleveland will help you escape that buried lie every time.
May 2nd, 2016
These two videos might make you rethink your course strategy...
Mar 3rd, 2017
Now this was surprising....
Jun 12th, 2019
Tom Watson, a five time major winner, had often struggled at the US Open and coming in to the 1982 event he was not in great form. The US Open was the one he really wanted and to get it he was going to have to beat arguably the best ever golfer, Jack Nicklaus. He did it and will forever be remembered for ‘the shot’ on the par three 17th of the final day.