An incredible year for Rickie Fowler

For one of the youngest players in the professional golf face, Rickie Fowler has had one incredible year.

Fowler has kept crowds entertained with his ridiculous choice of hats still his score on the popularity scale is not that appreciable. He strikes today as one of the formidable players as this young genius managed to secure a place in the top five at all the major titles this 2014. He stood second in both the U.S. Open and British Open, was placed third the PGA Championship and finished fifth at the Augusta. This remarkable feat has him lined with greats like Jack and Woods.

Tiger Woods no longer a threat to Phil Mickelson

This season’s Ryder Cup finale can very well be between Phil Mickelson and Rory Mcllroy, the odds being in Mickelson’s favor.

Extra Tickets for UFC Dublin Fight Night On Sale

Great news for the UFC Irish fans who tried hard yet failed to gather tickets for the high profile UFC Dublin Fight Night- extra tickets for the match are to be out on sale today to accommodate more number of spectators.

One of the most speculated upcoming UFC events, the UFC Dublin Fight Night is slated for July 19, 2014 and would feature a high profile combat between local Irishman “The Notorious” Conor McGregor & Brazilian Diego Brandao. The tickets are being put on sale since BST 10 a.m.

The UFC Dublin bout would be hosted by Dublin based 02 Arena.

Bubba Watson, one of the best?

Bubba Watson is undoubtedly one of the greatest golfers of all time. A true eccentric, he has been known to wow his fans time and again, both on and off the field. Off the field, he recently was seen buying everyone at Ping headquarters lunch. And he literally bought lunch for all the 900 people there!

Day confident ahead of Masters

Australian Jason Day is hopeful his performances all through this season, especially his win at the World Golf Championship – Accenture Match Play Championship a few weeks back will hold him in good stead and might go a long way in helping him break his major duck as the first major of the season tees off in three weeks’ time at the Augusta National with the Masters.

Savior For Golf Courses

The Atlantic borne storm leading to severe coastal erosion could be greatly devastating for many golf courses- But it was the wise “rock armour” defense supporting the courses that stood up against the bad coastal erosion.

Rory McIlroy happy to settle

Rory McIlroy, the North Ireland golfer, has settled a legal challenge with his former sponsor Oakley, an American sportswear company.On Sunday, Rory revealed the news without disclosing anything on the deal’s condition.

A sponsorship change to Nike earlier in January by the Irish golfer prompted his former American sponsors to start a legal battle to try to keep its sponsorship contract, stating that it had the right to match any amended deal with another company.

Tough remembrance for Jim Furyk

Text messages and congratulatory phone calls were flowing during the weekend, mainly on Sunday, when Jim Furyk could not do anything but listen the rain falling on the roof, answer the calls of his well wishers and watch football on television.

Jim understood that he got more praise for shooting fifty-nine on Friday than he did for his sixteen wins at the PGA Tour, including US Open in the year 2003. It was a huge deal to shot the golf magic number. He is just the 6th player in the history of PGA to break sixty.

Patrick Reed goes from bummer to bazooka

In what seemed a certain recipe for disaster, Patrick Reed managed to pull off a miracle of sorts as he went on to win his first title on the US PGA Tour at the Wyndham Championship on Sunday.

In barely a matter of two strokes, Reed went from being a certain disaster to registering his first win on the Tour, beating Jordan Spieth in the second round of the playoff at the championships and pocketing a cool $ 940,000 for his efforts.

Tom Lewis turns to Luke Donald

English golfer Tom Lewis looks very much like the former world number one Luke Donald when he swings; employs his brother Christian Donald as his caddie and has now turned to the Englishman for advice on how to turn his faltering career around and get it back on track.

Beginning as a fresh faced amateur rocketing up the leader board after the first round of the 2011 Open at the Royal St. George’s and going on to win his first title as a professional a mere three months later, Lewis has fallen into a trap that has held back the careers of many young and aspiring golfers.