All eyes turn to the new darling of European golf this week as he tees it up in his native land at the Italian Open.
Matteo Manassero is predicted to create a golfing revolution in his country, so there would be no better place for him to ignite the home crowds in Turin.
The Kinder logo on his cap still reminds us of his youth, but if you spend more than five minutes in his company you simply cannot fail to be impressed by an uncanny wisdom so young.
Although the 18-year-old might not yet own a driving license, he has certainly put his foot down with two victories in his first 12 months on the professional scene. Know more golf equipment and golf accessories information, please go to golf discount shop.
The Italian sensation, ranked 30th in the world, became the first and second on the list of youngest ever European Tour winners with victory at the Castello Masters last October and Malaysia Open in April – both with scores of 16-under.
“My first full year as a pro has been more than I could ever have imagined,” said Manassero, who received the Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year award last month.
“Since the day I hit my first tee shot at Royal Park it has been a very special year indeed. It will be exciting to be back in Turin and the local crowds love to see an Italian winner.
“I remember watching Francesco Molinari win in 2006 and feeling very excited as no Italian had won for such a long time. Winning my home Open is definitely something I want to achieve in my career.”
Francesco Molinari might be 10 years older than Italy's new prodigy, yet he is 10 rungs higher on the world ladder at World No.20.
So, let’s looking forward to the big thing. More golf discount sale will be offered.