Entries by Bruce Young

Jason Day To Play High Profile Skins Event

Thursday 19 September: GOLFTV powered by PGA TOUR has today announced an upcoming high-profile, live competition featuring global golf icon Tiger Woods to be named The Challenge: Japan Skins. Woods will go head to head with reigning FedExCup champion and PGA TOUR Player of the Year Rory McIlroy and multiple-time PGA TOUR winners Jason Day and […]

Top Ten for Matt Jones in Season Opener

Matt Jones has finished as the leading Australian at the Military Tribute at the Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs in West Virginia, a final round of 4 under par 66 good enough to jump six places and into a share of 10th place in the opening event of the new PGA Tour season. For Jones, […]

Garcia Wins First Title of 2019 in Amsterdam

Sergio Garcia has won his first tournament of 2019 with victory at the KLM Open in Amsterdam, holding off a strong late challenge from Denmark’s Nicolai Hojgaard. Garcia had shared the 54-hole lead with Englishman Callum Shinkwin and appeared to have the title in his hands with three holes to play before a bogey at […]

Solheim Cup Delicately Poised in Scotland

Gleneagles Scotland – Beth Cutler: Europe and the USA will have it all to play for when the singles matches get underway at the 16th Solheim Cup over the PGA Centenary course at Gleneagles. The Americans beat the European 2 ½ – 1 ½ a tense second fourball series which means that after two days […]

Europe snatches early lead at Solheim Cup

The opening day of the Solheim Cup between the USA and Europe has seen a minor surprise with the Europeans taking a 4½ to 3½ lead into Saturday’s matches. The Americans have won ten of the biennial 15 encounters to date since the event was first played in 1990. The Europeans won the morning foursomes […]

Brendan Jones leading Australian at ANA Open

Former winner, Brendan Jones is the best of the Australians at the halfway mark of the Japan Golf Tour’s ANA Open in Sapporo, a second round of 66 an improvement of seven shots on his opening 73, leaving the 43-year old Canberra golfer tied for 20th and six shots behind Ryuko Tokimatsu. The bounce-back of […]

Jake McLeod improves further at KLM Open

Queenslander Jake McLeod has improved on his opening round of 70 with a second round 68 at the KLM Open in Amsterdam and finds himself in a share of 17th place and five from the lead of Scott Jamieson. McLeod, who has struggled for much of his rookie European Tour season, recorded a five birdie, […]