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Tony spoke to former Reuters golf correspondent Tony Jimenez to reflect on last week’s Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill: “It was an exciting tournament from a British standpoint. Apart from Tyrrell Hatton winning, Rory McIlroy was always a factor and it showed again how important the international players are to the PGA Tour. The tour wouldn’t be anything without the input of the international players and that was proven again last week. I have to say I don’t really care for that sort of golf though. It’s water, water everywhere at Bay Hill and the greens are like ice rinks.... Read more...



“I thought Paul was quite condescending with the remarks he made about it being much easier to win in Europe than America. These days it is tough to win anywhere because the competition is so strong wherever you go. Paul’s obviously got some sort of bias and he took a bit of a verbal lashing from the Europeans as a result of what he said. I suppose you could call him a representative of the old guard because, out of choice, he chose not to travel much to Europe during his playing days. But you really cannot say that one victory in America is worth three in Europe. It doesn’t work like... Read more...

Viktor Hovland


Tony spoke to former Reuters golf correspondent Tony Jimenez about Viktor Hovland’s maiden victory on the PGA Tour last week: “What a delightful breath of fresh air young Viktor is. From the first time I saw him on TV doing his thing, he struck me as being someone different. It’s so refreshing to see him in action. He’s got this special way about him, he’s such a natural. He is constantly smiling, he’s always engaging with the galleries and it’s not often you see a top-level golfer reacting the way he does and so clearly enjoying being out there. It’s extraordinary to see him going... Read more...

Great scott


Tony spoke to former Reuters golf correspondent Tony Jimenez about Adam Scott’s victory at the Genesis Invitational in California: ”Adam has been one of the top five ball-strikers in golf for several years and it was good to see him get back in the winners’ circle on Sunday. He’s the man of the moment now. I actually thought Rory McIlroy might beat him to the trophy but the new world number one was derailed by that early triple bogey in the final round. The greens looked good on television but I think they were the culprit. The pin positions were tough and on an old-fashioned course... Read more...