Lee Westwood and Justin Rose are guaranteed $1m each after making it an all-English final of the Turkish Airlines World Golf Final, while Rory McIlroy had to settle for "only" $300,000 after finishing last in the eight-man exhibition.
BOB TORRANCE, the veteran coach from Largs, has a list of clients that includesthe three-time major winner Padraig Harrington among a number of international players whose understanding of the game he has honed.
TODAY'S meeting between the world's top two players, Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods, could be rendered meaningless after both lost their opening matches at the £3.2m Turkish Airlines World Golf Final yesterday.
It took a while – eight minutes short of six hours in fact – but, amid the lengthening shadows of a delightful evening in the Auld Grey Toon, Branden Grace finally put the tin lid on an event he had led from the very start and last night won the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at St Andrews.
Given he had missed the cut in his six previous appearances at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, you could say that this most recent campaign was something of a "magnificent seven" in comparison for David Drysdale.
Scotland's Lloyd Saltman will battle it out today with former Walker Cup player Sam Hutsby and ex-US Amateur Champion Byeong-hun An in a three-way shootout at the ALLIANZ Open de Lyon at Golf de Gouverneu.
Team success in the Ryder Cup and individual glory in major championships are not mutually exclusive, as the likes of Seve Ballesteros, Jose Maria Olazabal, Bernhard Langer, Nick Faldo and Ian Woosnam proved on many occasions.