Tiger Woods is apparently still pleased with his return to competitive action, which saw him feature at the Hero World Challenge, even despite his inconsistent play on Sunday.

However, he is yet to decide on a specific tournament to continue his comeback.

Lee Westwood At Turkish Open

Among those who supported Rory Ilroy, Lee Westwood was one of the players who questioned the regulations of PGA where members could only participate in the events including the Ryder Cup. However, in his personal performance run, he was recently in the Turkish Airlines Open which was held with the starting round in Antalya.

Dunlop Offers Westwood £2m Bonus

Lee Westwood has renewed his contract with Dunlop just ahead of the US PGA Championship 2016.

This time there is a special bonus on offer for Westwood from his major sponsor and it amounts to £2 million. This bonus will be Lee’s only if he lifts any of the four major PGA titles.

Masters champ Willett set to become England’s richest golfer

Danny Willett has been pelted to be England’s richest golfer ever after his historic and dramatic Masters win.

Danny was anticipated to mesh up to £5 million in off-course profits in the next 2 years after getting just the 2nd Englishman to sport the desired Green Jacket.

The 28 year old had won over £9 million in prize money already before his maiden major win that took him more than the £10 million mark. There is still a very long way short of Lee Westwood, the Sunday’s runner-up, who is England’s top earning player having collected over £37 million in winnings.

Golf’s Golden Couple Reach Settlement

American professional Golfer Jason Dufner and his famous wife Amanda Dufner, have finally reached a divorce settlement.

Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Dufner is a part of the PGA Tour where he is a three-time winner. He won his major championship title in 2013 at the PGA Championship in August with a two-stroke victory at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, New York.

Westwood Claims 3rd Indonesian Masters Triumph

Lee Westwood is surely passing through a great stage at the moment- the great golfer has recently clinched triumph at Indonesian Masters, that marked a hat-trick win for the golf champ.

The win came post his playoff victory and he beat Thai golfer Chapchai Nirat to claim the win at Indonesian Masters this time.

The erstwhile # 1, who won the Indonesian Masters both in 2011 & 2012, could just muster a last round of 1-over-par seventy three for a 7-under 281 total- letting slip one overnight advantage at Royale Jakarta Golf Club.

Luke Donald To Play The Irish Open Along With Other Big Names

Former world number one English professional golfer Luke Donald confirmed that he will play in next month’s Dubai Duty Free Irish Open along with US Open champion Martin Kaymer at Royal County Down.

Lee Westwood backs Clarke to succeed

Englishman Lee Westwood had always known that Ulsterman Darren Clarke, with whom he was part of the second most successful pairing in the history of the Ryder Cup, would one day go on to skipper Team Europe.

But now that he has been handed the role, Westwood is wondering how he will handle the change of having to call his friend 'gaffer' instead of 'partner', as he has done for so many years.

Lee Westwood - Professional Golfer from England

Lee Westwood is a professional golfer from England who is a member of both the European Tour and the US PGA Tour and is one of the most well known and respected golfers of his time.

The Englishman is a very consistent player and he is one of a very few golfers who has won tournaments across every major continent, having won numerous titles on both the major Tours. He has earned three Player of the Year gongs in his career, two of which came in 1998 and 2000 with the third coming in 2009.

The Europeans Vs The Americans

The last time that the Americans had won Ryder cup was in 2008 and Europeans have won seven out of the nine times the event has been held. The guys like Rory McIlroy, Lee Westwood and Sergio Garcia consider most of the important event as road games.

What would be the scene if Americans too took part regularly. If they participated in most of the events such as go Argentina to compete against Angel Cabrera or to Spain to fight against Miguel Angel Jimenez or Japan to go against Hideki Matsuyama. Obviously it would not be nice.