Wesley Bryan won the RBC Heritage in South Carolina on 16th April. He carded 67 to complete at 13 under par 271 on Hilton Head Island, Harbour Town Course.
Bryan has made it to great heights by becoming the 1st
South Carolina champion since its formation in 1969. Luke Donald, the Englishman finished one stroke back and missed a great chance towards the end. He had no other option but to settle for the 5th
runner up finish at 68 at the event. This American golfer played college golf in his early life at South Carolina University that made him win two events.
Bryan made it to PGA Tour victory and Jonathan Coachman shared his views on this great achievement of Bryan. As per him, Wesley Bryan is best known as a trick shot champion and hence he seldom got an opportunity to be a legitimate golfer. However, he has shown the whole world that his trick shot journey is far behind and a great career on the PGA Tour is waiting. (more…)
36-year-old English golfer Ian Poulter says that the victory at the Ryder Cup has helped him to boost up his winning spree that helped him bag the WGC-HSBC Championship very recently. The other week, he had made his way to the fourth position at BMW Masters which was followed by the gigantic win of his life this year, the WGC-HSBC Championship where he blew a seven-under-par 65 shot and amazed everyone.
The golfer is now at Mission hills in Dongguan, southern China prepared to give his best at the upcoming tournament after his glorious victory at the two World Golf championships that has made him $ 1.2 million richer than what he was. He had also won the 2010 WGC-Accenture Match Play championship. However, Ian Poulter is still not quite complacent with the recently ended performance and does not feel the ‘Ryder blaze’. He is now concentrating on the upcoming Major because he feels that a pedigree and career of a golfer is judged on the basis of how many Majors does he/she have to his/her name. He aims to give his best shot there and hopes that the Ryder blaze is going to provide him with that required impetus.
Ian Poulter has recently bought another vehicle with the money that he won last week, an amount of $345000. Improvement of performance for the next year seasons is also one of the aims in his list. This year has been a successful and worthwhile year for him. He has finished at the top ten of all the biggest c=golf championships which includes Masters, British Open and PGA Championship.
The fans too are now looking forward to seeing an even better avatar of Ian Poulter at the upcoming Major Tournament this year.