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Woods changes up personal 2012 opener to Abu Dhabi not Torrey Pines


Tiger Woods driving ball in July 2007 (photo by Keith Allison via wikipedia commons)

Tiger Woods, being from Cypress, California, which is near Anaheim, usually starts his golf season off at Torrey Pines in San Diego.

But in 2012, the 35-year-old golfing star has agreed to start his season in a tournament in Abu Dhabi.

The move is very surprising for Woods. Torrey Pines is one of his favorite PGA Tour events where he’s won seven times, including the 2008 U.S. Open, his 14th major.

The event in Abu Dhabi is the HSBC Championship, January 26-29. Also playing will be Luke Donald, the current world #1 player and defending champion Martin Kaymer.


Info compiled from Radio, TV & PGA European Tour

Kaymer blows past Jacobson to win at Shanghai


Martin Kaymer October 2006 (photo by Ulrich2731 via wikipedia commons)

Martin Kaymer was a hot golfer on Sunday and blew past his closest challenger Fredrik Jacobson to win the HSBC Champions at Sheshan International in Shanghai, China.

Kaymer, a German, carded nine birdies in the final 12 holes in firing a 9-under 63 and a three-shot win.

Kaymer set two World Golf Championship records: the largest final-round comeback (five shots) and the lowest final round by a winner (63).


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Back-to-back titles for Bjorn

Thomas Bjorn (photo by PaddyBriggs via English wikipedia commons)

Thomas Bjorn has won back-to-back golf titles for the first time in his career.

Bjorn shot a 9-under-par 62 to win the European Masters by four strokes in Crans-sur-Sierre, Switzerland.

Bjorn finished with a 20-under-par total of 264.

Finishing second was Martin Kaymer with a 65.

Info courtesy of PGA European Tour

Clarke named European Tour Golfer of the Month


Darren Clarke (photo by Paddy Briggs via wikipedia commons)

Darren Clarke has been named the 2011 Dubai European Tour Golfer of the Month for July following his victory at The 140th Open Championship.

Clarke will receive an engraved alms dish and a jeroboam of Moet & Chandon champagne in honor of his achievement.

The 42-year-old Northern Irishman produced a links masterpiece to win at Royal St. George’s in Kent to win the first Major Championship of his career by three shots from the American duo of Dustin Johnson and Phil Mickelson.

He has catapulted back into the top 50 in the Official World Golf Ranking and Amongst the game’s elite after his overwhelmingly popular win at Sandwich.

With Clarke winning his first Major, it made him the only realistic winner of The Race to Dubai Golfer of the Month Award for July, the first time the Northern Irishman had won the monthly award since 2003, following his triumph at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.

Clarke’s name has been added to an illustrious list of Race to Dubai Golfer of the Month winners in 2011, following Martin Kaymer in January, Luke Donald in February and May, Paul Lawrie in March, Charl Schwartzel in April and Rory McIlroy in June.

Clarke will now join the past award winners of 2011 to be considered for the year’s Race to Dubai European Tour Golfer of the Year Award, which was won jointly by Graeme McDowell and Kaymer in 2010.


Info courtesy of the European Tour


Donald misses out on #1 in world; loses in playoff


Luke Donald had the chance of a lifetime that only a few pro golfers have a chance to be; the world’s number golfer. Instead, he blew a golden opportunity.

Brandt Snedeker rallied from six shots behind to beat Luke Donald in a playoff in The Heritage on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, denying the Englishman the world’s number-1 ranking.

Donald would have risen to the top spot from number-3 had he won. Instead, his countryman, Lee Westwood, advanced from #2 to #1, replacing Martin Kaymer, after winning the Indonesian Masters.

Donald’s luck ran out on the 18th hole, when he hit a shot to the front of the bunker; blasted out from 15 feet from the flag and his chip for par hit the back edge of the cup and bounced away giving Snedeker his second career PGA Tour title.


compiled from PGA Tour news

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