- GLENMUIR LAUNCHES NEW MEN'S WATERPROOFS
Glenmuir, one of Europe's leading golfwear brands and boasting 122 years of Scottish golf heritage, launches a new range of men's waterproofs for 2013. Famous for supplying The European Ryder Cup Team with shirts and knitwear since 1987, Lanark-based Glenmuir also excels in the field of weatherwear and introduces the 'Balfour' and 'Endrick' jackets alongside the matching 'Appin' trousers.
- Nike Golf Athletes debut the Next Generation of its Best Selling Polo Shirt at Dubai Desert Classic
Nike Golf, the number one golf apparel company in the world, has a significant presence and visibility this week as viewers around the world tune in to The Dubai Desert Classic. During Thursday?s first round, all members of Nike Golf's Tour staff playing the event including Paul Casey, Seung Yul Noh, Simon Dyson and Thorbjorn Olesen, wore the next generation of its best selling shirt, the Victory Polo.
- NEW SUNDERLAND WATERPROOF KNITWEAR
Sunderland of Scotland is extending its unparalleled expertise in the manufacture of award-winning golf waterproofs into knitwear - with two new water repellent lambswool sweaters for 2013.
- The Lisbon Golf Coast
This is the first of a four part series that covers the city of Lisbon and the golf that can be found in the surrounding area. When a golfer thinks of golf in Portugal they might automatically consider the Algarve and the wealth of courses that can be found on the southern most tip of Portugal.
- Tiger-inspired Wood wins Commercial Bank Qatar Masters
Englishman pips Garcia, Coetzee to claim first European Tour title - Inspired by Tiger Woods, towering Englishman Chris Wood sank a pressure-packed eagle putt on the last hole to win the US$2.5 million Commercial Bank Qatar Masters and record his maiden European Tour victory.
- Wood carves out three-shot lead at Commercial Bank Qatar Masters
Campbell, Khan, Noren share second, while Garcia, Grace lurk - Towering Englishman Chris Wood, 25, shot an eight-under-par 64 to move to 15-under and open up a three-shot lead after the third round of the US$2.5 million Commercial Bank Qatar Masters - a day after helping his fellow pro golfers win a friendly penalty shootout against a local youth football team.
- Garcia, Kaymer shine at Commercial Bank Qatar Masters
Thursday 24 January 2013; Doha, Qatar: Spanish legend Sergio Garcia shot a bogey-free six-under-par 66 to share the halfway lead in the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters with German star Martin Kaymer, Marcus Fraser of Australia and Ricardo Santos of Portugal.