For questions or to order by phone call +44 (0) 1527 598388

July 2013

Mark Weibe wins Senior British Open Championship
American Mark Wiebe defeated Bernhard Langer of Germany in a play-off this morning to win The Senior British Open Championship hosted by Royal Birkdale near Liverpool.The duo finished their contest a day later after Sunday's play was called off due to darkness. This meant that for the first... view

After Brit Open woe, Woods returns to Firestone
After yet another failed attempt at winning major number 15, Tiger Woods is returning to native shores for next week's WGC Bridgestone Invitational, one of his favorite courses, in his search for a Tour-leading fifth victory and 79th overall that would take him within three of Sam Snead's recor... view

RBC Canadian Open
07/25/13, ThursdayFor being the RBC Canadian Open, there sure aren't many Canucks at the top of the leaderboard.The Americans, Australians and Swedes crashed the party in the Great White North on Thursday, led by the US' Brendan Steele, who fired a 7-under 65 to take a one-stroke lead to Friday's s... view

Pick The Hole Location at PGA Championship
In the age of social media and enhanced fan engagement with their favourite sports stars, The PGA Championship at Oak Hill is going a step further in making the game an interactive experience.In an historic first, golf fans will be able to decide the location for the last par-3 of the final... view

Mickelson wins his first ever British Open
Shooting "probably the best round of my career", Mickelson fired a 5-under 67 on an unbelievable back-nine that saw him roar ahead of the likes of Adam Scott and Lee Westwood to win the British Open on Sunday.An unlikely outcome seemed impossible at the start of the day, as Mickelson bega... view

Rory McIlroy crashes and burns at British Open
Rory McIlroy admitted he feels 'brain-dead' after his awful 2013 season continued in an error-laden opening round at  the British Open at Muirfield, Scotland yesterday.The World No2 fell apart on the back nine Thursday with a 42 off the turn, that culminated in a eight-over 79 all but ruli... view

British Open
Tournament PeviewIt's hard to get much more legendary than the British Open, which pre-dates the American Civil War, and which was first played during the 23rd year of Queen Victoria's 64-year  reign.The 142nd edition of the tournament kicks off Thursday in Gullane,Scotland and the Muirfield G... view

British Open Course Preview
Muirfield, where the British Open will kick off Thursday, isn't just one of the greatest golf courses in Scotland or even the entire United Kingdom.It's consistently ranked in the Top 10 courses of the world, with Golf Digest hailing it as the third-best course outside the United States. Golfers wi... view

McIlroy dismisses Major-winner's advice
Despite the majority of the golfing world continuing to bemoan the Nike deal World No2 Rory McIlroy signed at the beginning of the season, and more specifically, his dismal season thus far in 2013, the Northern Irish superstar has dismissed his critics.Particularly one knight of the golfing realm,... view

Mickelson wins British Open warmup
Phil Mickelson took a giant step closer to British Oepn contention, with his first ever victory on UK soil at the Scottish Open at Castle Stuart in Inverness.Lefty has never won the only major played outside of the U.S., although he has had a runner-up spot before, and he tends to struggle migh... view

John Deere Classic
Tournament PreviewZach Johnson is the defending champion, but Steve Stricker is the name on everyone's mind heading into the 2013 John Deere Classic, which kicks off Thursday at the TPC Club Deere Run in Silvis, Illinois.Stricker, who lives about three hours away and attended the University of Illi... view

Mickelson ready to overcome Links obstacle
Phil Mickelson is moving on from his heart break at the U.S. Open and focusing on another major he has never won despite his distinguished career: the British OpenThe first obstacle? Figuring out links golf. He though he had it nailed, but at last year's major he missed the cut. Back to the... view

Feature comparing British Open to Wimbledon
With the PGA Tour taking the previous week off, the eyes of the sporting world are fixed squarely on the United Kingdom, more specifically the All England Tennis Club at Wimbledon for tennis' third Grand Slam event of the year, and its most prestigious. The fixation on United... view

Blixt krieg as Swede storms to Greenbrier win
Sweden's Jonas Blixt clawed back from a four-shot deficit at the start of the final round to win the Greenbrier Classic by two strokes on Sunday.Blixt's 3-under 67 finish was good for a 13-under 267, which was enough to top third-round leaders Johnson Wagner and Jimmy Walker. With the boost in FedE... view

Park wants to make history with 4th straight major
Women's golf phenom Inbee Park is on track for an unprecedented career Grand Slam, with a chance to become the first player to go four for four in majors at next month's Women's British Open.''Whether I do it or not, I'm just a very lucky person,'' Park said Sunday in the aftermath of her U... view

North chosen as US Ryder Cup vice captain
U.S. Ryder Cup captain Tom Watson has chosen two-time U.S. Open champion and current ESPN golf analyst Andy North as a vice captain for next year's biennial tournament.Watson made known his decision to appoint the 63-year-old Wisconsinite during a press conference at the PGA Tour's Greenbrier Class... view

PGA Tour agree to ban anchored strokes
The final bastion of the belly putter has fallen, with the news that the PGA Tour will not contest the ruling that bans the anchored putting stroke used by four of the last six major champions.Rule 14-1b which takes effect on January 1, 2016 stipulates that it is illegal for players to attach the e... view

Back to News

© 2016 Golf Outlets of America All Rights Reserved.