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.

Graeme McDowell

Graeme McDowell is a professional golfer who hails from the British territory of Northern Ireland who is currently a member of both the PGA Tour as well as the European Tour.

The Northern Irishman’s claim to fame was when he went on to win the US Open in 2010 at Pebble Beach, ending a 40 year drought for European golfers at the tournament and breaking the monotony of the American golfers in the event.

Focus on Jason Dufner

Jason Dufner is a professional golfer who hails from the United States of America and is currently plying his trade in the US PGA Tour.

Dufner has won two titles on the US PGA Tour but the closest he came to making a huge splash in the world of gold was in 2011 when he lost in the playoff of The PGA Championship to Keegan Bradley. Born in Cleveland in Ohio, Dufner moved a lot when he was a youngster, first to Washington DC and then again to Fort Lauderdale in Florida.

Tiger Woods tees off with Obama

Barrack Obama, the president of the United States of America experienced how professional golf is played at the highest level when he teed off with former world number one and one of the greatest golfers in the world Tiger Woods.

The current second ranked golfer is trying to rebuilding his image after a messy divorce in 2010 tarnished much of reputation. Obama, on the other hand, is an avid golfer who loves playing on the weekends and along with Woods, who recently won his 75th professional title played together for the first time at the Floridian Yacht and Golf Club.

Martin Kaymer aiming high in 2013

Two of Europe’s top Ryder Cup golfers - Martin Kaymer and Justin Rose are really determined to distant Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy, in the HSBC Abu Dhabi Championship which is all to begin tomorrow.

Both Martin Kaymer and Justin Rose are headed in their very first event of the year feeling quite confident that they could be in the mix against the star pair as well as the new Nike stablemates in Abu Dhabi.

Martin Kaymer all set for PGA Tour

On Tuesday, it was announced that former World number one golfer from Germany Martin Kaymer will play more golf in the United States in 2013 season. The German golfer will take up the member ship of PGA Tour membership in January and he is eligible to do that because of his PGA Championship win at Whistling Straits in the year 2010.

Defense is the word now

This week’s WGC – HSBC Championship is going to be the bull’s eye for Martin Kaymer who is looking forward to win the same with style. Almost 12 months ago, Kaymer went on to win his first World Golf Championships.

Kaymer Makes It to the European Ryder Cup Team

The German golfer Martin Kaymer has been selected the 10th member of the Ryder Cup team of Europe. They will be competing against the United States next month at the Ryder Cup. Kaymer’s selection was doubtful as Nicolas Colsaerts of Belgium was in the race as he fought for the first two spots in the Johnnie Walker Championship.

Westwood Hires Johnstone

World number 4 Lee Westwood has hired Tony Johnstone of Zimbabwe, a former player on the Tour from the African country with quite a remarkable story to help him with his short game on the greens.

Westwood has not been going through the best patches of form and although he has managed to remain within the top 10, it is has been put down to the inconsistency of others than his own performances.

He has been forced by his new coach to review his performances and watch golf online to see if he can pick up a few tips and tricks from fellow golfers.