Paul Casey looking Forward to Halifax

English golfer Paul Casey might never have visited Halifax in his life, however, according to the rumors that he has been hearing of late, the people of the region will have a lot to live up to, to be able to fulfill the expectations of the Englishman. According to the golfer on the PGA Tour circuit, he has heard lots of wonderful things about the place, adding that if they didn’t end up getting hospitality of the highest level, they would be very disappointed in the end.

Poulter calls for Olympic golf change

Flamboyant English golfer Ian Poulter spoke ahead of his preparations for the US Open this week to discuss Golf’s return to the Olympic games at the 2016 tournament in Brazil.

Webb Simpson Says He Thrives Under Pressure

Having broken through amongst the elite of the world of golf last season, American golfer Webb Simpson seems to be extremely comfortable playing on the prestigious PGA Tour but according to the 26 year old native of the American state of North Carolina, it is not necessarily the best thing that has happened to him.

KAYMER NEEDS MORE TRICKS

Masters week, for Martin Kaymer certainly got off to a great beginning along with a hole-in-one trick shot.

Martin somehow managed to skim a ball over the lake and on the green at the par-3 sixteenth on the very 1st day of the Augusta National’s official practice on Monday. All the golfers are encouraged by the fans to try that shot, but the former world number one golfer from Germany outflanked all the other players by getting his shot in to the hole.

ROSE AIMING FOR A WIN

World number two Luke Donald and Justin Rose, who recently won the World Golf Championship: Cadillac Championships at Doral, Miami in the United States of America have been named as the bookies’ favorites for the Transitions Championships, when the two Englishman take to the course against the likes of Webb Simpson, Jim Furyk and others.

Rose, who is still bustling after his first elite title win at the Doral is looking to fine tune his play ahead of the Masters at the Augusta National Golf Club in the first week of April.

DONALD AIMING FOR MAJORS

Luke Donald, the English golfer aged 34 years has been having quite an excellent career move with his consistent game play throughout the season.

His consistency has also helped him to land up to the number 1 player with his victories at the European and PGA tour. His next aim is to obtain some of the major titles and this will help him to reach one step higher up the ladder.

The success spree can be easily vouched for with the enormous amount brought in with his winnings which amounts to near about 13 million dollars.

KAYMER BACKS MCILROY

Martin Kaymer has urged Rory Mcilroy to forget what happened at the Masters tour and to get on with his career.

He has asked Rory Mcilroy to not get too devastated with the defeat and to be strong and get on with his golf.

Martin Kaymer has been acknowledged worldwide as the world’s best golfer and he drew upon the mindset of a champion in order to tell Rory Mcilroy to forget about his painful loss at the Masters.

MCILROY PLEASED WTH PROGRESS

Rory McIlroy, the world number two golfer, is pleased with his progress as he sets off on his 7th straight appearance at the Dubai Desert Classic.

Twenty-two year old McIlroy first appeared in the Classic when he was only 16 years old back in 2006 and won the title in 2009.

On Wednesday, McIlory, the Northern Irishman, told journalists at Dubai’s Majlis course, that he felt like he had definitely matured a lot this past year as a golfer and probably just as a person as well. He felt like he can play more controlled golf when he need to.

Ten Golf all set to launch

In India, the recognized body of professional golf PGTI (Professional Golf Tour of India), have declared that they have signed a 3 year partnership deal with the television channel Ten Golf, to be launched next month.

The channel, which is exclusive for golf, is owned by the Taj Television Ltd, and allows Ten Golf the television rights for all Professional Golf Tour of India sanctioned championships both within and outside India from 2012 to 2014.

POULTER WINS THE MASTERS

Ian Poulter couldn’t stop smiling as he donned the golden jacket of the Australian Master’s.

He managed to finish the fourth and final round in under 67 shots, giving him the victory he had been dreaming of.

After what has been a tough year for him, he was pleased to re-find the form that helped Europe win the Ryder Cup and move up in to the World gold rankings top 20 league, which is quite an achievement and obviously meant a lot to him.