Goosen Heads Back to Former Triumph
3/31/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQSouth Africa’s Retief Goosen will be back at the scene of a former triumph when he competes in the Barclays Scottish Open, to be played at Loch Lomond Golf Club from July 9 to12.Goosen, who uses a TaylorMade r7 Superquad driver and TaylorMade rac Satin TP...
Gregory Bourdy Meets Strong Competition
3/31/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQFrenchman Grégory Bourdy will strong competition when he defends his Estoril Open de Portugal title at the Oitavos Dunes later this week.Bourdy, who uses a Titleist 907 D2 driver, Titleist Vokey Spin-Milled wedges and a Titleist Scotty Cameron Circa 62 Ch...
Flintoff and Pietersen Get All Clear
3/31/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQKey pair Andrew Flintoff and Kevin Pietersen have been given the all clear to rejoin the England cricket team’s one-day squad for their crunch match against the West Indies in St Lucia on Friday.All-rounder Flintoff and star batsman Pietersen, both former...
World Match Play Dates Revised
3/31/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQRevised dates have been announced for the Volvo World Match Play Championship in Spain.The tournament was originally due to be played at Finca Cortesin near Marbella from September 24 to 27 but it has now been moved to October 29 to November 1.The new dat...
Tiger Woods Attracts Huge Audience
3/31/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQTiger Woods' victory in the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill on Sunday attracted the highest overnight television rating for a golf tournament in the United States since last year’s U.S. Open. Woods, who he uses a Nike SQ Dymo prototype driver (8.5...
Strauss Looking for Pick Me Up
3/31/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQEngland cricket captain Andrew Strauss is hopeful that his side can salvage something from a disappointing winter by winning the one-day series in the West Indies.Strauss, who uses a Gray Nicholls Powerbow cricket bat, led from the front with an aggressiv...
Pietersen Wants to Go Home
3/30/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQEngland batsman Kevin Pietersen has admitted that he can’t wait to get home from the current tour of the Caribbean.The English-qualified South African, a former user of Woodworm cricket bats, is still reeling from the decision to relieve him of the Englan...
Stowamatic Titanium GT Wins Award
3/30/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQThe Stowamatic Titanium GT, which is used and endorsed by former Ryder Cup captain Ian Woosnam, has been voted the Best for Value in Today’s Golfer magazine’s 2009 Trolley Guide.Today’s Golfer course-tested a wide range of golf trolleys and said of the ne...
Kjeldsen has Second Win in Nine Tournaments
3/30/2009
Paul Bolton, sports Denmark’s Søren Kjeldsen won his second European Tour event in nine competitions by holding off a bold challenge from David Drysdale to claim the Open de Andalucia title in Seville.Kjeldsen, who uses a Cleveland Launcher driver, Cleveland wedges and a Cleveland CG 4-iron, had wo...
Marksaeng, Oosthuizen and Quiros Secure Masters
3/30/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQEuropean Tour Members Prayad Marksaeng of Thailand, Louis Oosthuizen of South Africa and Spaniard Alvaro Quiros have secured three of the last five available places in the 2009 Masters Tournament via the Official World Golf Ranking. The trio joined Austra...
Warwickshire Captain Hopes his Luck will Change
3/30/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQNew Warwickshire cricket captain Ian Westwood hopes that his luck will change when he returns to lead the side in mid-May.Westwood, who will ue a Woodworm cricket bat this season, took charge of the Bears when Darren Maddy stepped down in November. He was...
Woods Back on Winning Streak
3/30/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQTiger Woods won his first tournament since he made his comeback from major knee surgery with a dramatic final hole victory in he Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill.Woods, who he uses a Nike SQ Dymo prototype driver (8.5 deg.) and Nike Victory Red Forg...
Inzy Linked With Twenty20
3/27/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writerfor The Sports HQFormer Pakistan cricket captain Inzamam-ul-Haq has been linked with a new international Twenty20 tournament in New York City.Inzamam, who uses a CA 10000 cricket bat, confirmed to the ‘Cricinfo’ website that he had received an an approach from Jay Mir, the...
Olazabal Causes Confusion
3/26/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQJose Maria Olazabal has added the confusion surrounding the vice-captaincy of Europe’s Ryder Cup team by stating that he is not certain to act as Colin Montgomerie’s right-hand man if he fails to secure a place in the team at Celtic Manor next year.Montgo...
Warren Bennett Begins New Career
3/26/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQWarren Bennett will be handing out golf clubs instead of using them when he begins a new career as a caddie at the Anadlucian Open in Spain on Thursday.Bennett, a former European Tour winner, was forced to give up his playing career two months ago because...
TaylorMade Golf Bags
3/25/2009
TaylorMade Golf Bags If you are looking for style on the golf course for 2009 then it may be worth investing in a new bag. The Sports HQ have bags from TaylorMade which will give you the look you want on the course. We have a two bags available; one stand and one trolley bag. The...
TaylorMade R9 Fairway Woods
3/25/2009
TaylorMade Woods After the huge success of the R9 driver TaylorMade have released two fairway woods to match the driver. They have also added two hybrids and a set of irons. The R9 fairway woods are now available from The Sports HQ and are already a success. The club can offer e...
TaylorMade Rossa Putter Series
3/25/2009
TaylorMade Rossa Putter Series TaylorMade have released a series of putters which may seem a little alien but have huge positives. There are two in the series; the Monza and the Itsy Bitsy. The Monza has a steel wire frame head construction with light aluminium core which pushes...
TaylorMadeRAC Chrome Wedge
3/25/2009
TaylorMade RAC Chrome Wedges If you are wanting to improve your short game the RAC Chrome wedge can help give you thst soft feel. The three characterisitcs of a wedge have been engineered to be at their best; ball speed, launch angle and spin rate. TaylorMade engineers have dev...
Taylor Made Burner Driver
3/25/2009
Taylor Made Burner If you are after a high performing driver for a low price then the Taylor Made burner may be for you. Taylor Made have taken the driver market by storm after its R series starting nearly five years ago. The Taylor Made driver is all about distance. If you are str...
TaylorMade Burner Fairway Woods
3/25/2009
TaylorMade have released the Burner series and it has huge expectations. To match the Burner Driver a set of woods have been released which are a must have. The clubs are designed for players who swing fast and hit the ball hard, high and long. The head of the burner driver is a cl...
Giles Out of Running for Team Director
3/25/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQFormer Test spinner Ashley Giles is out of the running to become England’s new Team Director.Giles, who is now Warwickshire’s Director of Cricket, applied for the new job, which replaces the post of national coach, earlier this month but he has now been t...
Virgin Atalantic Sponsor PGA National Pro-Am
3/25/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQVirgin Atlantic have been unveiled as the sponsors of the PGA National Pro-Am Championship, Europe's largest pro-am.The long-haul airline, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, has been the European Ryder Cup team's trans-Atlantic carrier o...
Casey Wins European Tour Shot of the Month
3/25/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQPaul Casey has won The European Tour Shot of the Month Award for February for his superb six iron strike for an eagle two during the final of the World Golf Championships – Accenture Match Play. Casey, who uses a Nike SasQuatch 3-wood and...
Daly Loses Battle Over Sniff Test
3/25/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQGolfer John Daly has lost a libel action in a United States court against a newspaper who said he failed the "the scoundrel sniff test." Daly, who uses a TaylorMade Burner driver, TaylorMade V Steel fairway woods and a TaylorMade TP res...
TaylorMade R9 Driver Now at The Sports HQ
3/25/2009
 TaylorMade R9 Driver now at The Sports HQ The Sports HQ are proud to announce the launch of the TaylorMade R9 Drivers. We have proudly bought a selection of the Taylor Made R9 Drivers and will match any price you can find online. The R9 driver is replacing the ever popular R...
TaylorMade Burner Plus Irons
3/25/2009
TaylorMade Burner Plus Irons TaylorMade Burner Plus irons can solve the problems for all average golfers out there! The 2009 iron range has been launched to make the game of golf easier than ever. These irons can help most of the nations golfers and will see a drop of handicaps thro...
Jimenez Proud of Country
3/24/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQMiguel Angel Jiménez admits that he will be very proud when Spain hosts the Open de Andalucia de Golf 09 in Seville this week.Jiménez, who uses a Ping G10 driver, a Ping TiSI Tec fairway wood, Ping Tour-W wedge and Ping Redwood Anser putter, is a hugely p...
Goosen Attributes Success to Fitness
3/24/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQSouth African Retief Goosen has attributed his impressive form this year to improved fitness. Goosen, who uses a TaylorMade r7 Superquad driver and TaylorMade rac Satin TP wedges, added the Transitions Championship title at the weekend...
Ashley Giles Will Benefit the Most
3/23/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQFormer England spinner Ashley Giles may be the man who will benefit most from Friday’s farcical events in Guyana.England claimed their first win in an international this winter when they sneaked a one run win under the Duckworth Lewis method in the first...
Normal Service Resumed for England
3/23/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQNormal service was resumed for England with a 21 runs defeat by the West Indies in the second one-day international against the West Indies in Guyana.Despite a century from captain Andrew Strauss, who uses a Gray Nicholls Powerbow cricket bat, England slu...
Goosen Wins Seventh US Tour
3/23/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQSouth African Retief Goosen notched the seventh US Tour victory of his career in Tampa Bay on Sunday when he won the Transitions Championship.Goosen, who uses a TaylorMade r7 Superquad driver and TaylorMade rac Satin TP wedge, took the title by one stroke...
Goya Wins on Sixth Attempt
3/23/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQArgentina's Estanislao Goya won a European Tour title at just the sixth attempt when he survived a late scare to claim the Madeira Islands Open BPI-Portugal in Porto Santo.Goya, who uses a Titleist 909 D2 driver and Titleist 906 F2 fairway woods, had to w...
Torrance Wins 11th European Senior Tour Title
3/23/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQFormer Ryder Cup captain Sam Torrance raced to a stunning week in the Caribbean by capturing his 11th European Senior Tour title in the DGM Barbados Open.Toorance, who uses a Slazenger K1 Fast Driver, safely negotiated a tricky final round for a four stro...
Piertersen Would Not Rush into Leading Country
3/20/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQFormer England cricket captain Kevin Pietersen has admitted that he would not rush into leading his country again if the opportunity was to come along.The South Africa-born batsman, a former user of Woodworm cricket bats, took over as England captain last...
Villegas' Achievements Recognised
3/19/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQColombian Camilo Villegas’ golfing achievements have been recognised by his country’s President Álvaro Uribe. Villegas, who uses a King Cobra LV4 F Driver, King Cobra Pro CB Irons, and King Cobra Woods, was awarded the prestigious Order of San Carlos in a...
The New Pro V1x Used by Three Winners
3/18/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQThe new Titleist Pro V1x golf ball was used by winners of three tournaments world wide last weekend.Michael Bradley used the Pro V1x ball in his triumph in the Puerto Rico Open on the PGA tour, Dan Forsman used a similar ball to win the AT&T Champions...
Monty Reaches 500 European Tour Appearances
3/18/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQEurope’s new Ryder Cup captain Scotland's Colin Montgomerie will reach the landmark of his 500th European Tour appearance as a professional at next week's Open de Andalucía in Spain.Montgomerie, who uses Yonex golf clubs including a Cyberstar Nanospeed Dr...
Dwayne Bravo Named for Squad
3/17/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQWest Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has stepped up his comeback from ankle surgery by being named in the squad for the first one-day international against England in Guyana on Friday.Bravo, who uses Woodworm cricket bats, spent more than six months out o...
Singh has Taste for Success
3/17/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQIndia’s Jeev Milkha Singh has got the taste for success after his top four finish in last weekend’s WGC-CA Championship in Florida.Singh, who uses a Callaway FT-3 driver, Callaway FT irons and Callaway Big Bertha Steelhead III and Big Bertha fairway woods...
Nike Unveil New Woods Clubs
3/17/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQNike Golf have unveiled some of the new clubs that are being used by world number one Tiger Woods on his return to competitive action following eight months on the sidelines with a knee injury.When Woods won the US Open in his last competitive appearance...
Bradley has First Victory in 11 Years
3/16/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQAmerican Michael Bradley claimed his first US Tour victory in eleven years by winning the Puerto Rico Open in Rio Grande.Bradley, who uses Titleist Pro V1 golf balls, failed to survive the qualifying school three months ago but he completed a remarkable t...
England Continue Crushing Defeats
3/16/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQEngland’s wretched winter of international cricket continued with a crushing six wickets defeat by the West Indies in a Twenty20 contest in Trinidad.It continued England’s dismal record of not having won a game in any form of international cricket since t...
Phil Mickelson Get Closer to Tiger
3/16/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQAmerica’s Phil Mickelson has trimmed Tiger Woods’ lead at the top of the world golf rankings to just 0.52 points.Left-hander Mickelson, who uses Callaway X-Tour 3 String fairway woods and Callaway X-Forged irons, has never been number one but his victory...
Brett Lee Aims to use His Stint
3/16/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQAustralia paceman Brett Lee aims to use his stint in this season’s Indian Premier League to test his fitness ahead of this summer’s Ashes series in England.Lee, who uses Woodworm cricket bats, has not played any cricket since he broke down with a double f...
Oliver Wilson is Given Confidence
3/16/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQRyder Cup player Oliver Wilson will go into the Masters in confident mood having secured a top five placing in the WGC-CA Championship in Florida over the weekend.Wilson, who once caddied for Lee Westwood, secured his highest finish on the USPGA Tour when...
Mickelson Wins World Golf Championships
3/16/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQPhil Mickelson held off the challenge of Nick Watney to win the World Golf Championships - CA Championship in Doral, Florida and his second title of the year.Despite receiving overnight treatment in hospital for heat exhaustion, left-hander Mickelson emer...
Ian Woosnam Prepares for Defence
3/15/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQFormer Ryder Cup captain Ian Woosnam will launch his defence of the John Jacobs Trophy when he tops the bill at the DGM Barbados Open next week.Woosnam, who has an equipment contract with Forgan of St Andrews, begins his season at Royal Westmoreland in th...
Pietersen Believes Tour can Finish on a High
3/13/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQKevin Pietersen believes that England can end a disappointing Caribbean tour on a high if they can take the attacking cricket they played on the final day of the tense fifth Test against the West Indies into the forthcoming one-day international series.En...
Two of PGA's Long Servers Retire
3/13/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQTwo of the PGA's longest-serving equipment technology tutors have retired this week after serving golf for more than 70 years between them.The Lancashire pair of Bill Harling and Gwyllam Hardiman taught hundreds of aspiring golf professionals, including I...
West Indies Coach Believes in Major Boost
3/13/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQWest Indies cricket coach John Dyson believes that Dwayne Bravo’s return to fitness is a major boost for his side ahead of Sunday’s Twenty20 international against England in Trinidad.Bravo is set to make his first international appearance since last Augus...
Adam Scott Play Without Driver
3/13/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQAustralian Adam Scott played the final ten holes in the first round of the WGC-CA Championship in Florida on Thursday without a driver.Scott was playing with a new Titleist 909 driver and called for a rules official after hearing a rattle after he had use...
Brett Lee Expects Carnage!
3/13/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQBrett Lee has revealed that he expects to cause “carnage” in this summer’s Asshes series when he has recovered from a foot injury that has kept him sidelined for three months.The Australian paceman, who uses Woodworm cricket bats, has not played since he...
Doak Reunited with Caddie
3/13/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQScotland’s Chris Doak has been reunited with caddie Paul Arthur for next week‘s Madeira Islands Open.Doak, last year's PGA No.1, had his compatriot Arthur as caddie when he came through the European Tour qualifying school in Spain last November.But Doak,...
Woods Believes he is in Better Shape
3/12/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQTiger Woods believes that he is in better shape than he expected as he prepares to play in his first stroke play tournament in nine months.The world number one returned from eight months out with a knee injury in the recent WGC-Accenture Match Play event...
Dwayne Bravo Makes Early Return
3/12/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQAll-rounder Dwayne Bravo has made an earlier-than-expected return to international cricket having been named in the West Indies squad for Sunday’s Twenty20 match against England on his home ground in Trinidad.Bravo, who uses Woodworm cricket bats, last pl...
Fisher Hopes for Good Start in World Golf
3/12/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQEngland’s Ross Fisher will be aiming to pick up where he left off in the United States two weeks ago when he competes in this week’s World Golf Championships - CA Championship in Florida.Fisher, who uses a Titleist 905R driver, Titleist 695MB irons and a...
Ogilvy Aims to Extend his Lead
3/10/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQAustralia’s Geoff Ogilvy is aiming to extend his lead in the Race to Dubai by successfully defending his WGC-CA Championship title in Florida this week.Ogilvy, who uses a King Cobra Speed Pro D driver, a King Cobra X Speed XGB 3 Wood and a Cobra Forged CB...
UBS Finish Sponsorship of Hong Kong Open
3/10/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQBanking group UBS have announced that they will be end their five-year sponsorship of the Hong Kong Open after this November’s tournament at Fanling.The decision has left the European Tour to find a new backer for next year’s event.George O'Grady, chief e...
Ye Yang Clilmbs 300 Places
3/9/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQSouth Korea’s YE Yang has climbed more than 300 places in the world rankings after claiming his first US Tour victory at the Honda Classic in California.Yang, who uses a TaylorMade Burner driver and TaylorMade woods, had not finished in the top 10 in his...
Jyoti Randhawa Claims Eigth Asian Tour
3/9/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQIndian Jyoti Randhawa claimed his eighth Asian Tour victory by easing to victory in the the Singha Thailand Open at Laguna Phuket Golf Club.The 36-year-old, who uses Titleist Pro V1x golf balls, Indian carded a five-under-par 65 for a 17-under 263 overall...
Alastair Cook is Back on Form
3/5/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQAlastair Cook is hoping that his England cricket career has been rejuvenated by his return to form in the drawn fourth Test against the West Indies in Barbados earlier this week.The Essex opener’s unbeaten 139 was his first Test century since December 200...
Rory McIroy Given Added Confidence
3/5/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQRory McIlroy has been given a vote of confidence ahead of next month’s Masters from the man whose title he will be attempting to take.South African Trevor Immelman won a famous green jacket last April on his seventh visit to Augusta and believes that McIl...
Luke Donald Withdraws Due to Injury
3/5/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQEngland’s Luke Donald has withdrawn from this week’s Honda Classic in Florida because of a wrist injury.Donald, who uses Mizuno MP-32 irons and Mizuno MP Series wedges, has taken the decision to avoid aggravating the injury that also forced him to pull ou...
England Captain Believes in His Team
3/5/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQEngland cricket captain Andrew Strauss believes that his side can still level their Test series against the West Indies as they head into the fifth and final Test in Trinidad.England trail 1-0, having been shot out for just 51 in the opening Test in Jamai...
England Leg Spinner Salisbury Retires
3/4/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQFormer England leg-spinner Ian Salisbury is to retire from first-class cricket and rejoin Surrey as assistant coach.Salisbury, 39, proved a huge success in his one and only season with Warwickshire last year as he took five five wicket hauls in first-clas...
Mobile 3 Sponsor Irish Open
3/4/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQMobile network 3 have agreed to sponsor the Irish Open for the next three years.The European Tour event, which will be known as the 3 Irish Open, will carry an increased prize fund of 3 million Euros as a result of the deal with Ireland’s fastest growing...
Warwickshire's Dircetor Wants England Place
3/4/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQWarwickshire’s director of cricket Ashley Giles is believed to have applied to become the new Team Director of the England cricket team.The job, a re-defined role which replaces that of head coach following the sacking of Peter Moores two months ago, was...
West Indies Bravo Makes Come Back After Sugery
3/4/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQWest Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo stepped up his comeback from ankle surgery by making his second century in three innings.Bravo, who uses Woodworm cricket bats, made 101 from 124 balls for his club side Queen’s Park CC in their draw with W Connection...
Inzi Has Doubts Over 2011 World Cup
3/3/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQFormer Pakistan cricket captain Inzamam-ul-Haq has admitted that today’s terrorist attacks on the Sri Lanka team in Lahore have cast doubts over Pakistan’s ability to act as co-hosts of the 2011 World Cup.The attacks are believed to have left five policem...
England Secure Draw
3/3/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQEngland secured a draw in the fourth cricket Test against the West Indies in Barbados thanks to Alastair Cook’s first century at this level in more than a year but it was the pitch at the Kensington Oval that proved the real winner.Only 17 wickets fell in...
Paul Casey Refuses to Dwell Over Match Play
3/3/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQEngland’s Paul Casey is refusing to dwell on the disappointment of missing out on the WGC-Accenture World Match Play title.Casey, from Cheltenham, was beaten by Geoff Ogilvy in the final in Arizona, the closest he has come to win a competition in the Unit...
Acushnet Launch Counter Claim
3/3/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQAcushnet Company, the manufacturer of Titleist golf balls, today launched a counter claim against rivals Callaway Golf in a dispute over intellectual property rights.The dispute centres on Titleist’s new Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls which Callaway claim...
McIlroy Scoops Second Award
3/3/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQIrishman Rory McIlroy has scooped his second European Tour monthly award.McIlroy, who won the Dubai Desert Classic, was voted the Tour‘s golfer-of-the-month in January and he has now picked up the shot-of-the-month award too.The shot that got 19-year-old...
Titleist Expand New Putter Range
3/3/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQTitleist have expanded their Studio Select range of putters with the introduction of the new Kombi mallet.The Kombi line is available in standard, mid and long length models – Kombi (33”, 34”, 35”), Kombi Mid (43”) and Kombi Long (50”). Each Kombi is prec...
Jaidee Claims First Win
3/2/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQThailand’s Thongchai Jaidee claimed his first win on the European Tour in four years at the Enjoy Jakarta Indonesia Open.Jaidee, who uses Callaway FT-1 Squareway woods and Callaway Authentic X-Prototype Irons, began the final round of the US $1.25 million...
Australian Ogilvy Wins World Match Play
3/2/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQAustralian Geoff Ogilvy won the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship for the second time in four years at the Ritz-Carlton Club in Arizona.Ogilvy, who was champion in 2006 and runner-up two years ago, beat Paul Casey 4&3 in the 36-hole final to win t...
Mark Wilson Wins Second PGA Title
3/2/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQAmerican Mark Wilson won his second PGA Tour title by carding a two-under-par final round of 68 to claim the Mayakoba Golf Classic at the El Camaleon club in Mexico.Wilson, who uses a Ping Rapture Driver, Ping Rapture Hybrid Woods and Ping i3 Blade Irons,...
Mike Cunning Claims Aberdeen Senior Masters
3/2/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQAmerican Mike Cunning claimed the Aberdeen Brunei Senior Masters title on his debut on the European Senior Tour in Brunei.Cunning, who won the Asian Tour Order of Merit 12 years ago, finished on seven under par 206 at The Empire Club, two shots clear of N...
Cleveland Set to Release New Clubs
3/2/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQCleveland Golf are set to release their new Launcher driver and irons.The latest additions to the Cleveland Golf range have been designed for players with slower-than-average swing speeds.The Launcher Driver Ultralite Editions has all the main attributes...
England Denies Ruling Out Flintoff
3/2/2009
Paul Bolton, sports writer for The Sports HQEngland have not ruled out the possibility of star all-rounder Andrew Flintoff featuring in the forthcoming one-day international series against the West Indies even though he will miss the remainder of the Test series in the Caribbean.Flintoff, a former...