Michael Sim

Tour trio feels great to be back

While getting healthy may literally be a pain in Tiger’s neck, three golfers returned from golf’s disabled list this week at the Valero Texas Open.

Injured Sim misses Players, may return soon

A spot in The Players Championship is just one of the perks that comes with finishing first on the Nationwide Tour money list. Michael Sim wasn’t able to take advantage of that perk, however, because of a right shoulder injury, the same ailment that kept the promising young Aussie from making his Masters debut earlier this year.

Sim withdraws from Masters with injury

Michael Sim has withdrawn from the Masters because of a right shoulder injury that has kept him out of golf for the last month.

Sim wins Nationwide Player of the Year

Michael Sim capped off his record-breaking year on the Nationwide Tour with a not-so-surprising award.

Every tops Sim to win Nationwide Tour finale

Matt Every won the season-ending Nationwide Tour Championship on Sunday to earn a 2010 PGA Tour card. Sean Martin breaks down the rest.

Copycat role working great for Every

Michael Sim’s influence on the Nationwide Tour may extend beyond the record book, which he has forced to be revised several times this year. Sim may indirectly help former Florida star Matt Every earn his first PGA Tour card since turning pro in 2006.

Sim shoots 64, leads Nationwide Tour finale

Michael Sim ran off eight consecutive birdies Thursday en route to a 8-under 64 to lead the Nationwide Tour Championship by three shots.

Nationwide notes: Adams keeps heat on Sim

For all the success Michael Sim has had this year, one player still stands a realistic chance of catching him on the Nationwide Tour money list.

2005: Profile - Simmering summer

Michael Sim made his first impression in golf when he was 4 years old. Sixteen years later, Michael Sim is making an even bigger impression.

2005: Amateurs - Sunnehanna marathon goes to Aussie Sim

Michael Sim didn’t have the glittering resume of some of his competitors in the 52nd Sunnehanna Amateur, but the Australian walked away with something the others didn’t have: the title.

2001: Sims continues roll, takes Players Am

Michael Sims began to get serious when PGA Tour veteran Brad Faxon visited the Bermuda Junior Golf Association for a clinic.