Tag Archives: Presidents Cup

Memorial Tournament: First Playoff In Matsuyama

Hideki Matsuyama young Japanese won the Memorial Tournament and his first title on the PGA Tour in dominant American Kevin Na after a play-off hole. Bubba Watson and Adam Scott have missed their chances. Hideki Matsuyama of Japan is one of the great hopes of the golf world . After flying over the Japan Tour last season, the 22 year old golfer ... Read More »

Turkish Open: Eye Of The Tiger

One month after the Presidents Cup, Tiger Woods will return to the competition by accepting the offer of Turkish organizers argue the third tournament Final Series. For the modest sum of 1.7 million euros. Five French are also invited to the party. But they did not receive any severance pay! Single exhibition match play tournament formula involving eight players in ... Read More »

Shriners Hospitals Place The Game

This is Las Vegas in the Nevada desert, a good third of the Top 100 Global has chosen to fight. With prize money significantly revised upwards, the field of the 2013 edition (but that counts for the 2014 season) was very proud look. So who will break the bank? Usually placed before the Frys.com Open in the Fall Series, the ... Read More »

DeLaet Out A Winner

The fight was uneven. Landed at Muirfield Village with a formidable team, maybe the best of their glorious history on the professional golf scene, Americans should make short work of the international team of the best players recruited the rest of the world golf, with the exception of Europe. They Must Swallow All Round: Saturday night, while they enjoyed a ... Read More »

Presidents Cup: International Team Let The Storm Pass

The second day of the Presidents Cup has once again been disrupted by the weather, but this time all parties have not been able to run their course. Both sides have scored an extra point and the U.S. to remain so (4.5-3.5). The first day of the Four-Balls had ended with a low sun after an hour and a half ... Read More »

Golf: The United States Took The Lead For The 1st Day Of The Presidents Cup

The United States has made the best start on Thursday during the first day of the Presidents Cup team competition between them every two years in Rest of the world (excluding Europe). The Americans lead 3.5 to 2.5 after six matches in four-ball (two players per team each playing their ball) that were interrupted for 90 minutes due to rain ... Read More »