Tiger Woods to miss US Open

Former world number one Tiger Woods is set to miss his second consecutive major competition of 2014 as he continues to recuperate from a back injury that has put him on the sidelines for an indefinite period.

Woods took to his personal website to announce that he will be skipping the US Open that tees off at the Pinehurst course.

Tiger still unsure about Augusta Masters

Many people are still unsure about what Tiger Woods plans to do about the Masters tournament scheduled for the 10th of next month and now, it has emerged that the player concerned himself isn’t sure about whether he will be available to tee off at the event or not.

And the reason for his doubts is that ailing which has landed him in trouble several times over the last few months and hasn’t healed completely despite the player taking some time off his schedule.

Management To Stop Outside Play

McConnell Golf, the new management team at Members has announced to terminate the practice of public playing at the Members Club. The management company has been endowed with management responsibilities of the club by Lstar that purchased the club last December.

Adam Scott wins Australian PGA

Australian golfer Adam Scott described his victory in the recently concluded Australian PGA Championship as the icing on the cake for what has been the most memorable year of his professional career.

Scott, who won the Augusta Masters this year, his first major title, went on to win the Australian PGA Championship at the Royal Pines this weekend, finishing with a lead of four shots ahead of American hotshot Rickie Fowler.


Golfer Steve Stricker gave himself perhaps the best gift possible on his 45th birthday - a win against South African golfer Louis Oosthuizen at the Ritz Carlton Golf Club to progress to the second round of the World Golf Championship – Accenture Match Play Championship on the 23rd of February, 2012.

Stricker managed to secure victory with the help of a 20 foot birdie on par 4, thus, securing a one-up victory.