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Faldo warned Rory McIlroy about switch

Golfing legend Nick Faldo had warned former world number one Rory McIlroy about making wholesale changes to his golfing equipments, making his highly publicized switch from Titleist equipments to Nike Golf.

According to Faldo, he always thought the switch was a bad idea and added that he had warned the youngster about making the switch. The Hall of Famer is currently training for his return to competitive golf at the British Open this month when he will turn 56 years of age and he echoed his prophetic warning again.

Focus on Luke Donald

Luke Campbell Donald was born on the 7th of December 1977. He is an English professional golfer. He has his membership in both the European Tour and the PGA Tour.

The year 2011 proved to be extremely awarding for the talented golfer who has been ranked 1st by the official world golf rankings. He has won several tournaments and awards that very year. He created history by becoming the first ever player to win both the money lists on the PGA and European Tours the very same year. He won both the PGA tour money list and the European Race to Dubai.

Focus on Webb Simpson

Webb Simpson is a professional golfer from the United States of America who is a part of the US PGA Tour, and claimed worldwide fame when he won the US Open title in 2012.

Simpson has been an ardent golfer since his very childhood and has claimed in several interviews that it was his dream to become a professional golfer when he grew up and claim at least one major championship as a pro. But the journey to the top has not been always smooth for the American.

Webb Simpson takes part in Sony Open

US pro golfer Webb Simpson is the only present major champ in the Sony Open field on the PGA Tour for this week. The defending US Open champ was all set to take part in the final round of Hyundai Tournament of Champions and after that go to Hawaii to Honolulu to take part in Sony sponsored championship.

Webb won his 1st major event last June. Some people may tell that this was an event which Jim Furyk lost but Webb played the back 9 in 1-under par. He played his top golf when the pressure was really acute.

Phil Mickelson stumbles

Golfer Phil Mickelson had a bad day as he went into the Farmers Insurance Open. In spite of making bogeys at the seventeenth and 18th holes at the Torrey Pines’ South Course on Friday, Phil Mickelson just made the cut. He shot seventy one in the rain to end at one under 143.

Phil had real trouble in keeping his hands dry in spite of donning gloves on both hands at the round’s end. He said that the cut was the last thing on his mind – he was attempting to make 1 or 2 birdies to get within striking distance.

Poulter Keen to be in Action at the Ryder Cup

Ian Poulter, one of the wildcard holder of the European Ryder Cup team, can’t wait for too long to get started with the Ryder Cup. Jose Maria Olazabal, the skipper of the European Team, picked Poulter for his Ryder Cup team. It will be for 4th time that Poulter will be appearing for the Ryder Cup.

Steve Stricker Leaves Turnberry

Although he is considered as one of the most consistent golfers currently playing on the PGA Tour, alongside the likes of world number one Luke Donald and Lee Westwood, Steve Stricker did not have the best of times at The Open Championship, which recently concluded at Royal Lytham & St. Annes at Turnberry in the United Kingdom.

Stricker looking forward to US Open

Steve Stricker, the golf pro, sees himself in an amazingly foreign land before the US Open that is scheduled to take place at Olympic Club this week. Long viewed as one of the most prominent putters in golf with a stroke which flows like honey, the forty-five year old American player has been scrambling on the course in recent times.

McDowell Looks to Land Match Play Title

Northern Irish golfer Graeme McDowell joined some of his fellow players based in the United States of America such as defending champion Ian Poulter and Justin Rose on a flight out of Orlando to fly across the Atlantic.

He will be back in the familiar territories of the Finca Cortesin Golf Club where the World Golf Championship Volvo Match Play Championship takes place staring on the 17th of this month and this tournament might just be the one that provides him with the momentum that he requires to reinvigorate his faltering season.

KAYMER SPEAKS FROM THE HEART

Former world number one Martin Kaymer, currently playing on the World Golf Championships: Cadillac Championship, sat down for an interview with the local media after a day on course at the Championships and poured his heart out, regarding how he reached the top and how he approached the Championships immediately after he became the number one golfer in the world and much more.