Luke Donald is a professional golfer from England

Luke Donald is a professional golfer from England who currently plays on both the European Tour as well as the US PGA Tour. A former world number one, Donald mainly plays on the US based PGA Tour but he retains his membership with the European Tour.

2011 was the best season in the career of Donald as he won several accolades and events, including the money list of the US PGA Tour, as well as the European Tour’s Race to Dubai to complete a historic double, therefore, becoming the first player in the history of the sport to win the money list in both the European and US PGA Tours. That same year, he was named as the European Tour Golfer of the Year and the US PGA Tour Player of the Year, another feat that has not been matched.

Donald is the first Englishman in history to win the US PGA Tour Player of the Year award, the Mark H. McCormack Award as well as the Vardon Trophy. The European Tour granted Luke Donald an honorary life membership for the achievements he had during that year.

After he won the BMW PGA Championship in 2011, Donald catapulted himself to the top of the Official World Golf Rankings, holding the position for 40 weeks before being displaced by Rory McIlroy. The pair of them then briefly changed positions a couple of times before the Northern Irishman tightened his grip on the position. Continue reading “Luke Donald is a professional golfer from England”

Luke Donald targets return to strengths

Most of the biggest stars of the European Tour are in Dubai as they look to kick off their year in style. But Luke Donald is presently in Honolulu, and that is by design.

The Englishman realises that this yea, it is about getting back to his roots, his strengths. Donald could play in a few European Tour events but he knows he strives on the West Coast Swing of the US PGA Tour and that is where he plans to start his year.

And he begins his 2015 season with an event that he hopes will lead him back to the top, at the Sony Open. He was world number one for a brief period before he was gazumped by Rory McIlroy, followed by Tiger Woods and then Rory McIlroy again on the back of consecutive major triumphs. Continue reading “Luke Donald targets return to strengths”