Who Will Win The Majors

The Masters Augusta National, April 5-8 US Open Shinnecock Hills, June 14-17 Open Championship Carnoustie, July 14-17 USPGA Bellerive Country Club, August 9-12 Danny Willett became the first Yorkshireman to win one of golf’s coveted Majors when triumphed in the 2016 Masters, but what are the chances of another win for one of our White Rose boys this year? Willett’s form has slumped since he pulled on the green jacket and he’s currently recovering from a rotator cuff injury that affected his swing throughout 2017, so the baton may now be handed to fellow Lindrick GC member Matt Fitzpatrick. Since its inauguration in 1934, the Masters has been played at Augusta National, designed by Normanton

Chris Reviews a 'moving' year

I wanted to touch on a different subject at some point in one of my blogs, and the UBS Hong Kong Open felt the right time as it the demands placed on the top players were very apparent that week. HONG KONG GOLF CLUB I pride myself on my preparation, and I’m pretty sure Justin Rose does too; for me he’s the ultimate golfing professional I’m certain his days are extremely different to mine and he has to be even more careful with his time. Let me start with my Wednesday preparation: • 7am alarm, up for breakfast at the hotel • 8am, bus to the course • 8.30am, physio treatment to get rid of my aches and pains from run/gym night before • 9.30am, range session working through my bag, testing n

Carrigill still going by Royal assent

PAUL CARRIGILL’S quest to play all the Royal courses in the British Isles remains unfulfilled, but he managed to add a couple of Antipodean classics to his tally during a recent trip to Australia. The idea was hatched back in 2012 when he was working as a referee at the Italian Open and picked up a magazine that had a feature about the Royal courses in the British Isles. Since then he has played 34 of the 35 to have been granted Royal designation, but the Royal Household course at Windsor Castle still eludes him. The former Yorkshire amateur champion got very close last November. “I knew it would be the toughest to arrange, but through a few contacts I managed to get hold of the chap who arr

Liam's setting the pace

The year 2018 is set to be one of the most memorable in the life of Drax Golf Club’s Liam Ridgill. At the tender age of 23 he will become the youngest captain in the club’s history as well as one of the youngest in the country. And his voluntary work at his beloved Drax has led to him being named as one of the finalists for the Young Ambassador of the Year at the England Golf Awards. Since being introduced to the game at Drax by his grandfather and founding member Steve Brittain, his rise through the ranks has been nothing short of stellar. He was appointed junior captain in 2010 and was then elected to the board of directors back in 2015 when he assumed responsibility for marketing. Clearly

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