Monthly Archives: September 2009

Rory Mcilroy – Charity

Golfability 2010– thread Leonard cheshire disability is offering an opportunity for golf clubs across the uk to get involved with its ‘golfability’ charity event which will take place in 2010. We already have support from the young up and coming new golfer rory mcilroy who urges you to ‘make leonard cheshire disability’s ‘golfability’ competition your club’s flagship fundraising event of the year’. This event will raise vital funds for leonard cheshire disability which supports over 21000 disabled people in communities across the uk. This event is supported by our official partner ‘motocaddy’ and will see thousands club golfers playing for an invitation to the final at the prestigious arden championship course at the marriott forest of arden as well as a prize for first place consisting of a state of the art motocaddy electric golf trolley kindly donated by our sponsor motocaddy. It costs nothing to register your club to take part in this event but a minimum donation of £3 must be given by each player who enters. To enter your club simply call us on 08704204301 or visit

Advertising Your Course

Well – I am going ahead and plugging my course without the need for different member names etc and daft questions![:I] See us here:- [url]Http://[/url] If this gets past the moderators then perhaps others May do the same (by the way – that one in the west of scotland looks good! – come right and out and advertise[;)]!) Pj [url]Http://[/url]

Tiger vs Stricker for Player of the Year

Strickers win today gave him three for the year. If he wins the bmw and the tour championship would he be player of the year? Let me rephrase that. He *would* win poy because voters whether for poy or oscars or president seem to have trouble remembering anything over a month or two ago and many are tired of tiger winning it almost every year. Rosaforte on tgc just said it would be a no-brainer. But would he deserve it?

Kenny Perry Splits With Longtime Caddy

Associated press – in a peculiar move kenny perry parted ways last week with longtime caddie fred sanders with whom he has won most of his tournaments. Sanders said perry has decided to use his son justin the rest of the year ̵; the final three fedex cup playoff events and even the presidents cup. His son played college golf at western kentucky and caddied for his father at the british open where perry tied for 52nd without breaking par in any round at turnberry. Sanders said he learned of the change through perrys agent even though they worked all week at the barclays. Asked about using his son perry replied tersely to two reporters guys I really dont want to talk about that. Perry who turned 49 last month has won twice this year lost in a playoff at the masters and is no. 5 in the world ranking. He has 14 career victories and has said one of his ambitious goals is to get to 20.