John A. Solheim, Chairman & CEO of Karsten Manufacturing had a very unusual encounter during the third round of The Rolex Trophy at Golf Club de Genève on Friday.
Captain Alison Nicholas has named her European Team for The Solheim Cup, taking place at Killeen Castle in Ireland from September 23-25. Nicholas handed her wild cards to Spain’s Azahara Muñoz, Sweden’s Caroline Hedwall, England’s Karen Stupples and Sandra Gal of Germany.
Charles Charmot, Head Greenkeeper, Golf Club de Genève is pictured with Julian Mooney on the 18th Green following round 2 of The Rolex Trophy.
This week the European Challenge Tour returns to Golf Club de Genève for the 20th edition of The Rolex Trophy. Weather conditions are making tournament preparation difficult with temperatures exceeding 34° Celsius this week.
The Ladies European Tour moves to Killeen Castle near Dublin this week for the Ladies Irish Open, hosted by Fáilte Ireland, which is effectively a dress rehearsal for The Solheim Cup.
July 25th, 2011 by John Strawn
When Rory McIlroy was still an amateur, he visited Padraig Harrington’s house in suburban Dublin, where he eyed the Claret Jug. “I’d really like to have one of those.”
Turfgrass Consultancy are the Project Consultants and Agronomists to Evian Golf Club.
The Evian Masters presented by Société Générale, which is already a major on the Ladies European Tour schedule, will become a major championship on the LPGA from 2013 and will be renamed: ‘The Evian’.
Entirely in keeping with his status as championship favourite, Rory McIlroy has been preparing for Royal St George’s the Nicklaus way. But the 22-year-old won’t want to replicate the Bear’s performances at his least favourite Open venue, where the great man carded a career-worst 83 and later missed two cuts.