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Brilliant Bernard

Brilliant Bernhard

Former Reuters golf correspondent Tony Jimenez spoke to Tony about the winners of last week’s tournaments. “Last weekend proved a really positive one for world golf with good-news stories involving Phil Mickelson, Bernhard Langer and David Law. That was a great win for Phil at Pebble Beach. Paul Casey shot a solid 71 in the final round so he didn’t lose it, it was more a case of Phil going out and grabbing the event by the scruff of the neck with his closing 65. Phil has a dedicated fitness regime off the course and realises that the main key at his time of life is enthusiasm and,... Read more...


Don’t act the fool Sergio

“I’ve been a big fan of Sergio Garcia for the last 20 years. He's an incredibly talented golfer and I don't know anyone in the game, including Tiger Woods, who has more ability than he has but unfortunately he made a fool of himself last week. We don't know precisely what he did because there's been no TV footage available but, according to all the reports, he lost his temper and damaged five greens during the third round of the Saudi International. We also know that during the second round he was captured on film thrashing around in a bunker like a petulant teenager. He was... Read more...


Imperious DeChambeau

Former Reuters golf correspondent Tony Jimenez spoke to Tony about Bryson DeChambeau's meteoric rise. “I don't want to take anything away from world number one Justin Rose but this guy DeChambeau is really taking the golfing world by storm. He is 'The Kid From Scienceville'. He's got such a unique, unconventional approach to all facets of the game and, boy, is it paying off for him. Last season he won two FedExCup events and The Memorial and his seven-shot victory at the Dubai Desert Classic last week was also hugely impressive. This fellow is the real deal, for sure. DeChambeau... Read more...

Jordan Spieth

What lies ahead for Spieth?

Former Reuters golf correspondent Tony Jimenez has asked Tony to assess Jordan Spieth's current form following the triple Major champion's slide to 20th in the world, his lowest ranking for five years. "Clearly Jordan's putting is not what it was three or four years ago. Maybe he's lost a bit of confidence too but I'm bound to think he's trying to figure it all out. He's been right at the very top of our game before, he's won three Major championships and knows what it feels like to win at the highest level. Sometimes, though, your priorities change, your private life changes, things... Read more...