Scott disgusted with his Pathetic Putting

Adam Scott tied for the 27th spot after scoring 2-under par 69 in the opening round of the USPGA at TPC Boston. He is disgusted with his start and rightly so. The Queenslander would have been sharing the top with Seung-Yul Noh if he could utilize his chances.

Scott proclaimed earlier that his success would only be judged by the win in the playoffs of the FedEx cup. Accordingly he started brilliantly but his putting was disastrous. He was unable to convert several opportunities on the first nine holes. He himself considered his putting to be “pathetic”. (more…)


Annika Sorenstam is a Swedish professional golfer and one of the greatest female golfers ever. She has created history and broke many records in her golf career. She has won 90 international tournaments, the highest ever by a female golfer that includes 72 official LPGA tournaments and 18 other international tournaments. Sorenstam had a dream run from mid-1990s till most of the years of her golf career.

Sorenstam started her professional career in 1993 and won some of the tournaments in the following year and received LPGA Rookie of the Year. She won her first LPGA Tour title in 1995 at U.S. Women’s Open, won Vare Trophy and topped the money list. She continued to flourish in the professional circuit creating history and regaining her titles year after year. Her records speak for her as she won 69 tournaments and 10 majors in the span of 11 years from 1995 through 2006. (more…)

Simpson rules out British Open

After winning the US Open, Webb Simpson is elated for the birth of his second baby. He is ready to skip the upcoming British Open. It was anticipated that he will look forward to play in British Open, but it came as a surprise when he decided to skip it. His wife Dowd is expecting to deliver their second child in the latter half of the month of July.

The British Open will run from July 19-22. He had a glorious opportunity of winning both the US Open and British Open in a year and become the 7th golfer in the history to do so.

Simpson stated that what is more important is the birth of his child and he wants to be beside his wife at this stage of life. He is happy to put his family before his career. He stated that he is a man who loves his family very much and has the rest of his life to play British Open.

He is not the only professional golfer to skip any championship for the birth of his baby. Before the start of US Open in the year 1999, Phil Mickelson stated to the Press that he would leave the course in case his beeper went off. His beeper did not go off though and he had to satisfy himself with the second position.

Another golfer Jason Day faced similar situation last week during the US Open, when he said that he would also leave the course just like Phil Mickelson wanted to in case his wife went into an early labor.

Donald Needs Early Start

What are the chances that the familiar cry of ‘Luuuuke’ will be roared out across the Lytham fairways, on Sunday evening? On paper, the odds should not be too big, should they? After all, Luke Donald MBE is the world number one, he hits the ball just about as straight as anyone, and has a short game most of his rivals would give their right (or left) arms for.

Yet, the trouble is, this has been the case for several Majors now, and Donald has yet to deliver on the day – or, more specifically, on Day One. Donald has this frustrating habit of, if not completely playing himself out of a Major tournament on the first day, then giving himself just too much to do. (more…)