Recent Golf News
Oakley golfer Ai Miyazato’s recent victory at the Evian Masters may have been her 7th LPGA win, but this particular triumph represents much more than just a career stat for the 26 year-old. After the massive 9.0 earthquake which triggered a devastating tsunami in Japan this past March, Miyazato has turned her attention to helping her country through this daunting recovery period.
Arrival! Golf Superstar Rory McIlroy Triumphs at U.S. Open For First Major Title, Dazzles the Sports World
Rory McIlroy has officially arrived. And a new era has begun. Oakley’s young Global Golf Superstar emphatically shut the door on doubters and tough finishes this year by emerging victorious at the U.S. Open, smashing into the final round with a commanding eight-stroke lead and sealing the deal with an awe-inspiring final round – finishing two-under-par 69 for an eight-shot win. All while matching or breaking 12 U.S. Open records in his Custom Oakley Radar Path Eyewear and high-tech golf apparel. Dazzling the Sports World with a truly masterful display of unprecedented skill at the Congressional Country Club in Maryland, Rory dominated both the course and the headlines all week long. And Sunday was a picture perfect finish to a contest where he made U.S. Open history by setting the all-time low record after 36 and 54 holes. Rory became only the third player in U.S. Open history to return all four rounds in the 60s.
Smashing Records: Golf Superstar Rory McIlroy Breaks U.S. Open 36-Hole Low Record, Commands Lead Into Weekend
There are doubters out there. But make no mistake: Rory McIlroy is on a mission. Oakley’s Global Golf Superstar swung his way into Golf History on Friday – setting the Congressional Country Club (Maryland) ablaze by shooting 66 and a total of 11-under-par 131 in the second round of the U.S. Open. Not only is he holding a commanding six-stroke lead into the weekend, he also shattered the event’s 36-hole low record in its 111 years in existence. No other player in history has ever scored better than nine under par through the first two rounds of the Open. Ever.