Friday, June 10, 2011


Bloomberg: Ticket prices for golf’s US Open have dropped 20 percent on the resale market since Tiger Woods withdrew from the event two days ago.

Four-day tickets to the tournament on EBay’s Stubhub dropped today to $402 from almost $500 on June 7, when Woods withdrew because of leg injuries, company spokesman Glenn Lehrman said in a telephone interview.

Lehrman said he anticipates prices will continue to drop another 17 percent by next week. The tournament, the year’s seecond major championship, begins June 16 at Congressional Country Club outside Washington.

“Missing Tiger is a big deal,” Lehrman said. “He’s a huge draw, not only for tickets, but also for television ratings.”

Still don’t get it do you?

Mr Woods is considered history… life has to move on!!!!

Like they said “ This year, it’s everyone major” but my bet goes to westwood.

Sunday, April 17, 2011

50 years and still counting!!!

It’s pathetic!!!!

Not to underestimate our new & youngest Maybank Malaysian open but from more than 20 Malaysian players only one make the cut? WTF!!! I’m really sick & tired of this!!! Every year we had given false hope that our local player will at least challenge at least top 10 but still they play like baboon. If we talking about formula 1, I will accept the fact that we had long way to go but this Malaysian Open already 50 years old!! For GOD sake!!!

Watching the European struggling the heat of 31 Celsius but still managed to play good kind of golf make me wonder… how on earth our local player play like baboon even though they already immune with the heat and play thousand round of golf over there? Perhaps they only like to bet among themselves for couple of bucks…..

Even SIDDIKUR the Bangladeshi make it to the top ten….WTF!!!WTF!!!

BTW, bravo to the Italian!!!

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Welcome to The 2011 MASTERS

It's almost four months i quit blogging due to several reason... One of them cause by Mr. Woods. He really messing thing up..
But what the hack, its Masters time!!!! I think everybody need to celebrate the first major of 2011.

So, who will wearing this year green jacket? Our Lefty has proof that he will be the man to beat after last week Shell Open...But my bet goes to the wild wild westwood!!!!

Tuesday, November 2, 2010


Lee Westwood replaces Tiger Woods at the top of the rankings after Ryder Cup team-mate Martin Kaymer failed to finish in the top two at the Andalucia Masters.

Kaymer remains third in the rankings but the USPGA champion is one of four players who can claim top spot at this week's WGC-HSBC Champions in Shanghai.

Westwood, Woods, Kaymer and Phil Mickelson are all in action at Sheshan International Golf Club, with the quartet separated by less than half a point.

So,Will he still be there after HSBC Shanghai Noon?

Sunday, October 31, 2010

CIMB Asia Pacific Classic - Same Old result and same old excuses....

American Ben Crane won the inaugural CIMB Asia Pacific Classic on Sunday, eagling the par-4 15th and making an 8-foot birdie putt on the final hole to beat England’s Brian Davis by a stroke.

Crane closed with a 2-under 69 at The Mines Resort to finish at 18 under and earned $1 million in the first PGA Tour-sanctioned event in Southeast Asia.

Mardan Mamat, one the two Singaporean, who turned 43 yesterday, collected US$237,500 in prize money. The others who finished tied with Mardan were Ryan Moore, D. J. Trahan, Ricky Flower, Robert Allenby and Ernie Els.

And for Malaysian only golfer who was in the field and previously claimed that he will play in his favourite golf course.….. sigh…. Same old stories and same old excuses…. Even the Bangladeshi who is rarely play golf was much much better …

Tuesday, July 20, 2010


It is now 25 months since Woods won a major. And while that is not a record barren spell for him it sure should be troubling to him.
Mr. Woods now has played seven tournament without winning. Its the longest he has ever gone at the start of the season since turning pro. Not even at the Master or US Open.
At least he still has the world number one spot. But although he slightly widened the gap over Phil Mickelson at St Andrews - the Masters champion came 48th - Open runner-up Lee Westwood is much closer to him in third.
Winner by eight at St Andrews in 2000 and by five there in 2005, the 34-year-old this time finished 13 strokes behind Louis Oosthuizen.
And the statistics do not make happy reading for golf's biggest name.
And yet he's agreed on his divorce settlement. From the way i see it, he will strugle for at least another six months... what a shame!

Tuesday, June 15, 2010


There are a similarity between Tim Clarke and Lee Westwood. They both need to wait for some long-awaited win in US soil.

Lee Westwood , current world number three and European number one, who has won 23 times worldwide has ended his long wait for a second PGA Tour title as he defeated Sweden's Robert Karlsson at the fourth hole of a sudden-death play-off at the St Jude Classic in Memphis, but only after American Robert Garrigus had blown a three-stroke lead at the 72nd hole, his triple bogey handing the European duo a second chance.

Now, he is ready for Pebble Beach…