- April 14, 2017
World number one Dustin Johnson will return to competition at the PGA Tour’s Wells Fargo Championship next month.READ MORE
World number one golfer Dustin Johnson is an injury doubt for the Masters, which starts in Augusta later, after suffering a “serious fall” down a staircase a day before the opening round.READ MORE
Tiger Woods announced Friday he had lost his battle to be fit for the Masters, saying he was “not tournament ready” for the first major of the year and did not have a timetable for his return.READ MORE
Four-time Masters winner Tiger Woods said Thursday he would miss the Arnold Palmer Invitational, putting his participation in next month’s Masters tournament seriously in doubt.READ MORE
South Korea’s Park In-Bee produced a putting masterclass to win the LPGA’s Women’s Champions tournament Sunday after overnight leader Michelle Wie blew her chances when she four-putted for double bogey.READ MORE
Gov. Simon Lalong of Plateau on Tuesday in Abuja said the state government would develop golf to attract more tourists to the state.READ MORE
The Nigerian Navy leadership has pledged improved support for the Dolphin Golf Club, Navy Town, Ojo, Lagos, which just rounded up a two-day tournament organized by the La Liga group to mark its end of year 2016 activities.READ MORE
The world’s top woman golfer Lydia Ko wants her stunning achievements as a teenager to narrow the sport’s huge gap in prize money between men and women.READ MORE
The IBB International Golf Club in Abuja at the weekend conferred on Plateau State Governor, Simon Bako Lalong, a permanent membership status.READ MORE
The Governor of Plateau State’s Golf Cup Tournament will tee-off at the Lamingo Golf Club, on Tuesday. It will end on December 18.
Captain of Lamingo Golf Club, Prof. Nuhu Dakum, told journalists in Jos, that they were expecting golfers from different parts of the country to be part of the tournament.
Tiger Woods struggled through a roller-coaster final round Sunday at the Hero World Challenge, firing a four-over par 76 to conclude his comeback event after a 16-month layoff following back surgery.READ MORE
Next April will mark 20 years since Woods won his first major crown at the 1997 Masters, setting a course record at 21 with a dominating display that humbled a world-class field, ignited “Tiger-mania” and helped push revamping and lengthening at Augusta National.READ MORE