White House issues explanation on Donald Trump’s golf day after McIlroy’s remarks cause perplexity
The world number two is gradually recovering from rib stress fracture and hasn’t visited club since January 15 when he lost a play-off in the South African Open to Graeme Storm.
However, on Saturday night he got the call from the president to join at his Trump International Golf ground in South Florida.
He hadn’t planned to start his playing until the next weekend; McIlroy made the exception and finally decided to play with the world’s most powerful man.
As per the No Laying Up golf blog, the four-time Major champ rode in the cart for each of the 18 holes with the president. After the match, McIlroy stated: “He presumably shot around 80. He’s really a not too bad player for a person in his 70s.”
Does Gary Player have the key to better golf?
Gary Player says he knows the secret of golf. He said that he realise that the secret has been claimed many times, but they were never proven.
At the Olympics in Rio recently, where Player was the South African group captain, he was on the range hitting balls, an 80-year-old wonder flaunting.
He said that with his experience about the swing, there is still no chance this ball will snare. All he hit will be perfect draws.
The history of the Official World Golf Ranking’s No. 1 spot in 13 eye-popping numbers
Achieving a five-shot win at the Genesis Open, Dustin Johnson who have climbed to No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking joined a particular group of male golfers.
The total numbers of Americans who have reached a top position are very surprisingly contributed to a low total count of a country when it comes to analysing the depth of the golf players.
The total number of Tiger Woods and Greg Norman both were in the top spot and tied for the most.
Golf-Others have to enhance diversion to keep pace with Johnson, says Day
Best golfers expected to get their games to keep pace with Dustin Johnson says Australian Jason Day after losing the top position to the long-hitting American.
Following 47 continuous weeks at the top, Day surrendered his position when Johnson won the game of the Genesis Open in Southern California.
Johnson had thumped on the entryway some time recently, spending quite a bit of 2016 in second position, before making another push toward the begin of 2017 and finally won the Day.