Looking forward | Golf in 2019 | FairWeather Golf Blog
Looking forward to 2019.
For those who have started looking forward to 2019, the first question on most peoples lips is, will 2019 be the year Tiger Woods finally adds to his major titles. Now back in the world top 20, his form in the latter part of 2018 suggests he is ready. What really sets Woods apart from the field will be his experience, but he must remain injury free.
Those who follows the Women's game will be looking to see how Britain's Georgia Hall progresses after her breakthrough major triumph at the Women's British Open.
Whilst in the men's game, Rory McIlroy is due to return to winning ways on the biggest stages but needs to rediscover his mojo. Emerging British talents to watch out for are Matt Wallace and Tom Lewis along with Danny Willett, who now has the fitness to re-establish his world-class qualities.
What the FairWeather Team are expecting.
We couldn't begin a 2019 blog post without asking a few questions of our pro's. What are they most looking forward to, who do they expect to shine. Read on to find out what Matt & Reeves expect to see this year.
Best Golfing Moment of 2018?
Matt: It has to be Tigers return and first victory since 2013, especially his final-round 71.
Reeves: I enjoyed to Europe retention of the Ryder Cup. It was great to see how team golf should really be played.
Star of 2018?
Matt: Tommy Fleetwood, he achieved a fantastic second in the US open and alongside Molinari, smashed it is the Ryder Cup.
Reeves: Tommy Fleetwood as well.
One to watch in 2019.
Matt: Cameron Champ. With two professional wins in 2018 and one of the longest hitters on the tour I expect big things in 2019.
Reeves: Matt Wallace for me. Despite not making much headway in majors over the last few years he will soon feature in the top spots.
What are the chances of Tiger winning another major?
Matt: For me, extremely high. He looked in good form at the back end of the year and if he has had a good winter I would expect it sooner rather than later.
Reeves: I agree. He was performing really well and just needed to tidy up some bits. If he stays injury fee I think he will win one. Most likely to U.S.Open.
Who are your picks for the majors?
Matt: It is difficult to pick at this point until we have seen some action but i'll go, Masters, Justin Rose; PGA Championship, Brooks Koepka; U.S.Open, Tiger Woods; The Open Championship; Jordan Speith.
Reeves: I'll go the same as Matt for the Maters and PGA Championship but i'll say Speith for the U.S.Open and Rory McIlroy for the Open Championship.
And finally, who do you think will top the PGA tour in 2019?
Both: Tommy Fleetwood
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