Attention — Faldo Series Ireland entries close this Friday; plus big St Patrick's Day bash at Lough Erne
If you're hoping to follow in the footsteps of Rory McIlroy and Stephanie Meadow and make your mark on the Faldo Series it's crucial to enter. And while this year's Faldo Series Ireland Championship at Lough Erne is nearly two months away, entries close this Friday, March 6.
The art of the concession
To give or not to give a putt, that is the question.
Frankly, the art of the gimme depends on so many factors that you could write a doctoral thesis on the subject. Or a website article, like this one.
Nicklaus on Rory's step back from pressure: "You just don't get it back that fast"
Solid gold future for Faldo's Lough Erne champions
Faldo on Rory - "A monkey can sell you for tens of millions"
Nick Faldo is in his element under the big oak tree at Augusta National.
“He loves all this,” purred the lady who handles his PR. Expensively shod in a pair of $500 Tod’s sneakers, the 55-year old paws the hallowed turf as he contemplates questions about the best known product of his Faldo Junior Series, Rory McIlroy, and the move to Nike he’s dubbed “dangerous” - and unnecessary.
Ireland's golfing 2012 in quotes - Part IV
"The 75 on Friday was very important" - Faldo
Monty concerned for McIlroy as peers rally round
World golf rallied around Rory McIlroy after his Masters meltdown. But major-less Colin Montgomerie reckons the youngster will need massive support from his family, his friends and his backroom team if he is not to be scarred by his Augusta agony for months to come.
Faldo failed as a communicator - Olazábal
Spain’s Jose Maria Olazábal believes Nick Faldo will be remembered as one of the giants of the game. But in answering questions on-line from readers of the Spanish sports daily Marca.com, the 2012 Ryder Cup captain confessed that the six-time major winner had a serious communication problem with his troops at Valhalla in 2008.