Phil Mickelson Admits to Lack of Focus

Although it might come as a surprise to golf fans around the world, but American golfer Phil Mickelson has been enduring a tough time with his game of late, struggling to come up with the goods on most of the occasions. However, this is not the first time that the lefty has been struggling with his swing; still, he has been going through one of the most barren stretches of his long career over the last two months.

Kaymer looking to improve

Twenty seven year old and former world number one Martin Kaymer has announced this week that he intends to play in the BMW PGA championship.

The German golfer is said to be excited about the competition has he takes the field in what will be a tough contest as golfers such as Luke Donald, Ian pouter , Lee Westwood and US Open winner Rory McIlroy will be joining Kaymer on the field of play.

Johnson to Make Return at Month’s End

Former world number one Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson have both confirmed that they will be a part of the lineup of the Memorial Tournament at the end of this month, which will be their only other professional assignment in May.

The tournament will see Woods making an effort to better his last result at the US PGA Players Championship where he finished well behind the field in a tournament where he excelled previously, in preparation for the US Open that takes place in June in San Francisco.


Former world number one golfer Martin Kaymer has insisted that being the number one player in the world is a very big deal, implying that you are the best golfer in the world and all of the others are after your spot at the top of the pile.

Kaymer became the world’s number one golfer last year after he finished second to Luke Donald in the World Golf Championships: Accenture Match Play Championships last February but he had already secured the top spot after his Quarter Final win and the final hardly mattered for him.


Steve Stricker has not been having the taste of success and victory of late, but has sure made a mark in the golfing circuit with his victory at the Tournament of three.

His performance in this tournament was not outstanding from the beginning as well and was actually going downhill when a sudden turn of events changed the entire game. Two birdies, one after the other, were good enough to help Steve gain his focus and concentration and he finally managed to end up winning the game.


Australian Adam Scott finished a brilliant four days of golf after he won the World Golf Championship Bridgestone Invitational 17 with a bogey free round of sixty five.

He won this prestigious championship a mere four shots ahead of his rivals Rickie Fowler and Luke Donald, who both finished at 13 under par.