In a quiet moment, Jeremy Ellwood has a bit fun conjuring up a list of golfers with weather-related surnames from the obvious to the slightly more tenuous
We’re leading with our strongest suit – no-one meets our brief better than the 2007 French Open champion from Hartlepool…
… except perhaps this seven-time European Seniors Tour winner, and one-time Western Australian cricketer.
After plying his trade on the PGA Tour for much of his career, the wine-loving South African came in from the cold to make the European Tour his home once more just before joining the Senior Tour.
“An abnormal warming of surface ocean waters in the eastern tropical Pacific” – or Sergio Garcia’s longtime nickname.
Forget the spelling – we simply couldn’t leave out the Champions Tour’s most prolific money-winner… by the odd $6.5 million still!
Bruce (or Daniel) Summer-haze
Okay, we’re starting to push the boundaries a little now, but this is a nice thought as we hit the depths of winter, isn’t it?
How fitting that the surname of one so prone to tears should conjure up images of flowing water, give or take a slight re-spelling.
The Scot plied his trade on the European Seniors Tour for over a decade, picking up three titles and over a million euros along the way.
Who cares about the odd misplaced sunshine-related vowel if you can get to include the third best “total driver” from the European Tour’s 2005 stats in this list? The Argentinean last played on tour in 2008.
Luna means moon in Spanish; the moon affects the weather. We know – clutching at straws, but we’re really struggling now…