The 2013 Nedbank Golf Challenge results, scores and leaderboard including player positions, total strokes, tournament scores and round scores. Denmark's Thomas Bjorn has won the 2013 Nedbank Golf Challenge at the Sun City Resort in South Africa finishing with a 2 shot lead at 20 under par.
The Hong Kong Open prize money distribution including player earnings for each prize winning leaderboard position. The Hong Kong Open purse was €1,300,000 for the 2013 tournament at the Hong Kong Golf Club in Fanling, Hong Kong. The winner of the tournament, Miguel Angel Jimenez, collected the 1st prize payout of €159,063.
The Nedbank Golf Challenge purse is $6,500,000 for the 2013 tournament at the Gary Player Country Club in Sun City, South Africa. The winner of the 2013 Nedbank Golf Challenge, Thomas Bjorn will collect the 1st prize payout of €795,338. The Nedbank Golf Challenge prize money distribution including player earnings for each leaderboard position.
The 2013 Hong Kong Open results, scores and leaderboard including player pairings, total strokes, round scores and tournament scores. Miguel Angel Jimenez has won the 2013 Hong Kong Open golf tournament at the Hong Kong Golf Club in Fanling after a 1 hole play-off against Prom Meesawat and Stuart Manley.
The Hong Kong Open round 4 tee times and player pairings. All tee times are displayed in local time, use the drop down and select "time zone "option to view them in your time zone including; EST, PDT, CST, GMT and UTC. Round 4 of the 2013 Hong Kong Open will be played at the Hong Kong Golf Club in Fanling on Sunday December 8th.
Record-breaking performances. One of the highest-paid athletes of this generation. A celebrated sports personality holding the title as one of the most successful golfers of all time. Everyone knows a bit of Tiger Woods – not just us golf enthusiasts but almost the entire world.
Would the this generation still be spending leisure time on the golf course is there was another World War? During World War II, the Richmond Golf Club set out temporary rules to make golf "safer" with temporary rules.
If you love golf you don't just want to play on your local course every week. Being a member of a club is great and you get to practice a lot, but the grass is always greener on the other side. If you watch golf on television you probably admire the beautiful courses as much as the wonderful play. You know there are a huge amount of courses out there waiting for you to play on them. Sooner or later you do start to move around and try out new places, but are you going far enough?
The first golfers hit the course long before the scientific method was applied to sports. The majority of the techniques used today are simply evolved versions of the past, and although the best scientists on the planet might not be able to sink a 3-foot putt, learning the intricate, scientific processes that influence this enjoyable activity can be a good starting point for improving your game.
Over time with every hobby, sport or game, we all develop special quirks or types of habits that just become the norm for us. However not all of these habits are the greatest thing to have, and often times a golfer can hit a wall before becoming better because they have to actually relearn to play in a new or slightly different way. This means, it is better to be able to start off on the right foot, and get the good golfing habits down when you are a beginner so you don’t have to worry about it later on.
When imagining what could be the most picturesque state in the union, Hawaii, one usually thinks of white, sandy beaches, palm trees and paradise. One of the most underrated features of the Aloha State is the quality of the golf courses that the islands provide. Here are the seven best golf courses that you’ll find in Hawaii.