London, Mar 10 - Northern Irish golf ace Rory McIlroy has claimed that he is pretty disappointed with how he played in the WGC-Cadillac Championship and admitted that he has work to do to get his game in shape before he attempts at complete a career Grand Slam at the Masters in April.
McIlroy finished eight shots behind Dustin Johnson in the WGC-Cadillac Championship and has been left disappointed with his performance. His frustrating week included him tossing a three-iron into a lake.
Johannesburg, Mar 09 - American businessman and television personality Donald Trump reunited Northern Irish golf ace Rory McIlroy with his spectacularly discarded three-iron on Sunday, as he handed the club back to the world number one golfer at Trump National Doral.
A frustrated McIlroy had hurled his club into a pond on Friday after his second shot at the par-five eighth found water, and it was recovered on Saturday by a scuba diver.
Wellington, Mar 08 - American golfers Dustin Johnson and JB Holmes both scored a hole-in-one on the same hole, the par-3 hole, within just 24 minutes of each other during the third round of the golf-championships.html"> World Golf Championships (WGC) at Doral, Miami.
Johnson and Holmes both used a 7-iron on the 227-yard hole in the third round of the event on Saturday.
Miami: Anirban Lahiri shot four-over 76 to be tied at 70th position after the second round of the WGC-Cadillac Championships at the Blue Monster at the Trump National in Doral in Florida here.
He is now 12-over for 36 holes in the elite field, which is still led by the long-hitting JB Holmes.
There is no midway cut, so Lahiri will still have a chance to improve his position over the weekend.
Holmes added a 73 to his first round 62 and is now nine-under and is two clear of Ryan Moore (71).
Rio Grande: Arjun Atwal playing his first PGA Tournament since September last year made the cut with a one-under 71 in the second round of the Puerto Rico Open on Friday.
The only Indian to have won on the PGA Tour shot 73 in the first round and added a 71 in the second.
At even par 144, he was tied 31st after gaining 10 places from his overnight 41st place.
Also making the weekend action was Daniel Chopra (74-69) in tied 21st place after a windy second round.
London, Mar 07 - Northern Irish golf ace Rory McIlroy was so frustrated with his game during the second round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship in Miami that he threw one of his clubs into a lake.
The world number one had just pulled his approach shot into the water on the par-five eighth hole and he sent his long golf club after it in frustration. He carded a two-under 70 to lie one under for the tournament.
McIlroy's score has left him eight shots adrift of leader JB Holmes, who shot a one-over 73 to add to his opening-round 62, the BBC reported.
London, Mar 05 : Northern Irish Rory McIlroy has branded his missed cut at the Honda Classic as a 'kick in the backside', but insisted that it has given him clarity on what he needed.
Speaking in the build-up to the WGC-Cadillac Championship which starts at Doral, Miami, on Thursday, the world number one said that sometimes one needs a little kick in the backside to make them realize what they need to do.
Johannesburg, Mar 04 - Indian golf ace Anirban Lahiri is excited to make his first start in the World Golf Championships at Doral this week after jumping to 34th in the world rankings following two wins last month.
And the Asian Tour number one hopes his debut at the Cadillac Championship signals the start of greater things in America as he dreams of becoming his homeland's first major winner.
Wellington, Mar 03 - Journeyman golfer Dan Olsen has retracted his provocative allegations that former world number one Tiger Woods was serving a suspension for a failed drug test, after he claimed last week that the American's absence from the PGA Tour was not due to an injured back or needing to improve his game.
During a radio show, 730AM The Game in Lansing, Michigan last week, Olsen said that he heard that Woods is suspended, adding that he heard the golfer is on a month's suspension. And he insisted that it's not, claiming that it's kind of a strong witness.
Wellington, Mar 02 : 'Go Ko' was the slogan to be seen and heard everywhere as teenaged South Korea-born New Zealand golf prodigy Lydia Ko beat Australian amateur Hannah Green by four shots to reclaim her New Zealand Open title at a packed Christchurch's Clearwater golf club on Sunday.
A strong group of middle-aged women rode every Ko shot, celebrating loudly whenever the 17-year-old landed a birdie putt, while small children sat perched high on their fathers' shoulders trying to get a glimpse of the amazing golf star.
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