Adam Scott says Tiger ahead in Player of the Year

Tiger Woods has had a brilliant 2013 season for those not paying enough attention with his five wins on the US PGA Tour from 12 starts already this season. The world number one himself has termed his year a success and albeit it hasn’t yielded his 15th major title, it still has been more productive than any other golfer on the Tour by quite a distance.


Know Angel Cabrera

An argentine by origin, Angel Cabrera is one of the most accomplished golfers around. He is very well known to have played spectacularly in both the PGA tour and the European Tour.

Back in 2007, he won the US Open, and two years later in 2009, he clinched the Masters, making him a major two-time champion in the world of golf. And not only this, he is the first argentine to have won both the tournaments.


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Angel Cabrera in Focus

Angel Cabrera, born in Argentina, 1969, is a professional golfer. He plays on both European tour and PGA tour. He started playing professional golf at the age of 20. He is the only player from Argentina to be among the top 10 in the official World Golf Ranking.


Angel Cabrera leads the Shell Houston

It has now become a regular issue about Masters. Once people start to begin talks and analysis of the Masters, they find Angel Cabrera topping the board with his impressive scores. And why will it not be? Angel is the only player who has both Major Championship degree and the Masters Championship degree. He has won the 2007 U S Open at Oakmont, and the 2009 Masters. The Shell Houston open was no exception to this trend for the last couple of years. Last Thursday at the same open, he shot a -6 under par 66.


Focus on Cabrera

Angel Cabrera is a professional golfer from the South American country Argentina, and he has been a member of both the US PGA Tour and the European Tour since 2007.

His waddling gait has earned the Argentine the nickname of ‘el Pato’ which means ‘the duck’ and he is often referred to by his fans, fellow golfers and the television analysts by his nickname. Cabrera entered his name into the history books for Argentine golf as he became the first man from the country to be crowned the champion at the US Open and the Masters.


Figure is no matter in golf

Affectionately known as ‘El Pato’ for his good capon lined belly and a bulky built, Angel Cabrera has always proved that to be a golf player one does not need to be a double-edged sword, skills are all that it takes to grab the trophies. His records beam out a U.S. Open Champion Trophy and a Masters too as the first ever Argentine and critics have no counter-points to give even if he has been a regular smoker for so long.


Angel Cabrera tees off new Indian golf league

Angel Cabrera and Darren Clarke will be among the 4 major winners in golf who will tee off the city-based golf tournament that will start in India neat month. The new golf format is taken from country’s popular T20 cricket league named Indian Premier League.

Indian golfer Shiv Kapur is the master mind behind this event and the tournament would also see former United States Open champ Michael Campbell, the PGA Championships 2002 champ Rich Beem, Asian Tour player Thaworn Wiratchant and several European Tour champ David Howell.


Angel Cabrera to play at Nordelta

Argentine golfer Angel Cabrera could not end in the top hundred twenty five list on PGA TOUR 2012’s money list. He made 9 out of twenty cuts, but was unable to hit the top ten after a really bad season. He had to deal with many things, like ranking outside top – 140 in driving accuracy, strokes gained putting and GIR. It is tough to tell where this veteran golf player will show up.


Angel Cabrera goes through a surgical treatment

Angel Cabrera, the two-time major winner, went through a minor surgery in Charlotte after his abandonment at the Wells Fargo Championship.

When Cabrera experienced intestinal distress, he was brought to the emergency room and obtained a CAT scan including other medication before returning to his hotel. The next day, when there was no improvement in his condition, he went back to Carolinas Medical Center-Pineville. A tiny gash and infection was discovered in the lower part of his digestive system.