Labelled as a “rookie to watch” and the “new face of Indian golf.”, Lahiri is all set to represent India at the biggest sporting stage, “the Olympics”. Hear what he feels about his expectation from the Olympics. #Goforgold.
Denmark’s Karsten Maas with his record-breaking golf club. The club is 4.37 metres (14 ft 5 in) in length and drives a ball as long as 165.46 m (542 ft 10.16 in). Watch it right here: Kudos Broda.
Back in 2012, The Open in Britain was his first Major, and now formidable Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri, a regular on the Major circuit, is all set for the Open at the Royal Troon, also he is part of the Indian contingent for RIO 2016 summer Olympics. Here’s a brief interview in which Anirban speaks […]
The trophy, first awarded in 1873, must be returned after a year by the winner, who then receives a replica. 2015 winner of The Open, Zach Johnson, returns the Claret Jug to Royal Troon ahead of this year’s Championship The British open begins today at the Royal Troon. Johnson, 40, is grouped with Adam Scott […]
The Royal Troon has hosted the Open eight times, last in 2004. 2016 sees a return of the Open at the Royal Troon. Have a look at 2004 British open highlights where Todd Hamilton won his only major championship, defeating 2002 champion Ernie Els by a stroke in a four-hole playoff.
You don’t need to be at the Troon to discover its beauty, watch and appreciate it right here. Take a look at the setup that will be placed for The 145th Open at Royal Troon Golf Club, 10th – 17th July 2016. Get a birds-eye view of the whole course as this flyover takes you […]
Golf is not always harsh on the one’s who play it & sometimes golfers get lucky. Water returns, bounce-off hole in one, here is a compilation of the top 10 lucky bounces at the PGA tour. Have you ever hit a lucky shot? Tell us all about it in the comments below.