Bethpage was the setting for Koepka who retained his PGA Championship title – fending off the current world’s best by ranking, Dustin Johnson. The ending of his tournament may have been a little jittery, to say the least, as he recorded a string of bogeys on the back nine of his final round.
There was joy for Sung Kang at the AT&T Byron Nelson after he picked up his first ever PGA title after 159 starts. The 31-year-old South Korean managed to secure victory after making clinching two birdies in three holes during the final round.
Just off the back of his 15th Major victory, Tiger Woods, now 43, has been handed a Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Trump.
On Sunday the world witnessed one of the greatest comebacks in sporting history. There were wild celebrations at the 2019 Masters as Tiger Woods made more history.
The Englishman made history at Palm Harbour as he became the first player to win back to back titles.
Ahead of the Ryder Cup, tensions ran high as Europe looked to regain the trophy following a 17-11 defeat at the Hazeltine National Golf Club in 2016. However, there was no need to worry as Europe gained a measure of revenge over the US, securing a 17 ½ – 10 ½ victory.
It’s been a long time coming but Tiger Woods is finally back with a bang, ending a five year wait for victory after winning the Tour Championship by two shots.
The Ryder Cup is due to kick off in just a few weeks’ time and already people are discussing who will and won’t be involved.
It seems that with every golf tournament of late that Tiger Woods enters, all eyes are centred on him.
When anyone is asked to name a golfer, the majority will immediately respond with “Tiger Woods”. The 42-year-old was and for many fans still is the biggest name in the sport, but problems in his personal life coupled with persistent injuries meant the former world number one quickly fell down the rankings.