Golf

Greg Norman finally explains viral Instagram image

Aussie golf legend Greg Norman has spoken publicly about his viral Instagram photo for the first time to reveal he has found the entire saga “hilarious”. The 65-year-old’s Instagram post of himself walking alongside his dog on Jupiter Island in Florida in November whipped the world into a fit of giggling and blushing — but the man at the centre of the enormous storm has continued keeping his cool. Norman

The American Express: Tony Finau tied at the top, Russell Knox just two back after 64

Tony Finau gave himself another great chance to end his long wait for a second PGA Tour title as he earned a share of the third-round lead at The American Express in California. Finau bounced back from a double-bogey at the 13th with three straight birdies on the Stadium Course at PGA West, carding a 67 which took him to 15 under alongside Max Homa and Si Woo Kim. Leaderboard

European eTour: Free live YouTube stream from 2020 season finale

https://youtube.com/watch?v=uvcy9aTyHvg%3Ffeature%3Doembed The 2020 European eTour season reaches a climax on Wednesday, with the Global Finals available to watch for free via Sky Sports Golf’s live YouTube stream. Golf’s first esports series is played using the online and mobile golf game World Golf Tour (WGT), with over 800,000 qualification entries during the five regular-season events over the past year. Players who have won or finished runner-up in any of this season’s

Tiger has procedure for nerve pain in lower back

Senior golf writer for ESPN.com Covered golf for more than 20 years Earned Evans Scholarship to attend Indiana University Tiger Woods has undergone a microdiscectomy to alleviate nerve pain in his lower back and will not compete in next week’s Farmers Insurance Open or the Genesis Invitational next month. An announcement came via Woods’ Twitter account that he had “recently undergone a microdiscectomy procedure to remove a pressurized disc fragment

Branden Grace's father has died after catching Coronavirus

Golfer Branden Grace reveals his father Peter has died following month-long battle against coronavirus with South African taking a break from game after ‘losing the rock in his life’ South African golfer Branden Grace revealed on Thursday that his father died Peter Grace contracted coronavirus and succumbed after a month-long fight  Brandon wrote: ‘He was a rock in my life and I am going to miss him dearly’ South Africa’s

Annika Sorenstam on Presidential Medal of Freedom from Donald Trump

Annika Sorenstam has explained her decision to controversially accept the Presidential Medal of Freedom from outgoing president Donald Trump earlier this month. Sorenstam, Gary Player and, posthumously, Babe Didrikson Zaharias, were recognised in a White House ceremony on January 7, just a day after the storming of the U.S Capitol by Trump supporters. Five people were killed during violent clashes with police following an address by Trump, with suggestions ahead

Former Masters champion Angel Cabrera arrested after international manhunt

Two time major golf champion Angel Cabrera has reportedly been arrested in Brazil after fleeing from allegations he threatened to kill his former partner. The 51-year-old Argentine is best known for winning the 2007 US Open and 2009 Masters, as well as losing a sudden death playoff at the 2013 Masters to Aussie Adam Scott. Watch Live Coverage from The USPGA Tour with Fox Sports on Kayo. New to Kayo?

Sentry Tournament of Champions: PGA Tour opens busy 2021 in style

Harris English’s voice began to crack. The 31-year-old, standing in the winner’s circle at the Sentry Tournament of Champions in January, tried his best to keep his emotions in check. But tears, especially in this particular scenario, would have been entirely justified. After all, it had been more than seven long years since English stood in this same position after a victory. Seven long years of struggles, uncertainties, and questions

Paige Spiranac issues blunt response to golfer Justin Thomas’ homophobic slur

Paige Spiranac spoke out in response to golf star Justin Thomas’ use of a homophobic slur, tweeting: “There are certain words that should not be said or tolerated.” Thomas, who finished third in the Sentry Tournament of Champions in Kapalua, Hawaii, over the weekend, called himself a homophobic slur after missing a putt. The 27-year-old golfer later apologised. “I screwed up,” Thomas told Golf Digest. “I have to be better.

Turnberry won't stage The Open amid concerns over focus of tournament

Turnberry will not stage The Open until R&A chiefs are convinced that the focus will be on golf and NOT owner Donald Trump after US President’s course in Bedminster was stripped of next year’s US PGA Championship Turnberry will not stage the Open amid fears about the focus of the tournament  The Ayrshire venue has not been selected since it was bought by Donald Trump  Trump National in Bedminster was