by Mizuno USA on October 24, 2011
Mizuno PGA Tour Staffer and World #1 Golfer Luke Donald finished off his remarkable 2011 PGA Tour season in grand fashion, winning the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Trailing by five shots entering Sunday, Donald fired an 8-under 64 in the final round, starting off the back nine with six consecutive birdies. He went on to finish 17-under for the tournament, winning by two shots.
by Mizuno USA on October 20, 2011
Below are a series of interview questions from Mizuno PGA Tour Staff Member Charles Howell III. Charles reflects upon his 2011 PGA Tour Season, talks about his mental preparation for golf, and how he works to improve his game.Charles reflecting upon his 2011 PGA Tour Season.Charles talking about how he mentally pr...
by Iver Maple on September 1, 2011
JPX-800 player Stacy Lewis has capped her amazing 2011 season by qualifying for the U.S. Solheim Cup Team.
The Solheim Cup takes place Sept. 23-25, at Killeen Castle in Ireland and this is Stacy’s first appearance in the event.
Lewis turned professional after graduating with a degree in finance from Arkansas in 2008, and won qualifying school earning her LPGA Tour card in her first attempt.
Lewis played two full seasons before not...
by Iver Maple on July 11, 2011
Luke Donald showed that a short break worked wonders for his energy levels - winning his third title of the year at the Barclays Scottish Open.
With the stop-start 54 hole event hitting its stride on the last day, Donald showed that his nerve was the strongest of all, shooting a flawless 63 in the final round. The win secured Donald's #1 World Ranking - building on wins at the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play in February and the European Tour’s flagship event, the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth Club in May.The last round...
by Iver Maple on June 15, 2011
No. 1 has just begun.
Luke Donald reached the summit of the world ranking with an incredible 10 top-10 finishes in his last 10 starts, including two wins. Now that he's on top, says Helen Ross, the affable Englishman has many other goals to accomplish.
Read the article here.