Only three weeks ago Jarrod Lyle was in with a very real chance for his first PGA Tour victory. Now he is facing a second long battle against leukaemia.
Jarrod Lyle got married last year, just three days after securing his PGA Tour card at Q-School. Coupled with the news of his wife's pregnancy, 2012 was looking positive. But the golf world has recently learned that Lyle has been diagnosed with acute leukaemia.
There has been a huge showing of support for Lyle from many in the golf industry...Read Full Story
Rickie Fowler shows public support for Jarrod Lyle.
Rickie Fowler is one of the young guns of American golf. His loud clothing and backwards cap is in contrast with a subtle, quietly spoken kid that some of the other professional golfers could learn a thing or two from.
Since news broke of Jarrod Lyle being diagnosed with leukaemia last week, there has been plenty of public support for the Australian golfer who is aiming to beat it for a second time.
Rickie Fowler gave a public display of...Read Full Story
Jarrod Lyle and Nathan Green have had a great finish to the year by securing their PGA Tour cards for 2012.
The always stressful PGA Tour Q-School is held over six rounds Jarrod Lyle finished in a tie for fifth spot, in the 160-man field. Easily finishing within the Top-25 positions needed to be handed a card.
Nathan Green will be back in the big time next year after he finished with a strong final round 6-under par to push up into 27th position. He still managed to get is card as three...Read Full Story
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) -- Australian professional Jarrod Lyle has played 18 holes of golf for the first time in 14 months as he continues to recover from a second battle with leukemia.Read Full Story