Golfing World: Canizares battles mystery injury
Golfing World chats to Spanish European Tour star Alejandro Canizares about his return to the winner's circle, and his battles with a mystery injury. Watch Golfing World every Wednesday on Golf Channel.
Golfing World: Alejandro Canizares – My Hero
Spanish European Tour star Alejandro Canizares chats with Golfing World about his two big golfing heroes, his father Jose Maria Canizares, and Spanish legend Jose Maria Olazabal.
Canizares in control: Spaniard opens big lead in Morocco
Spain’s Alejandro Canizares takes a commanding 6-shot lead into the final round after firing his 3rd consecutive round in the 60s.
Canizares leads in Morocco, 'very excited' for weekend
Alejandro Canizares is looking forward to the weekend as he stands 14 under par after 36 holes at the Trophée Hassan II in Morocco.
Wire-to-wire: Canizares wins easily in Morocco
Spain’s Alejandro Canizares entered the final round with a commanding six-stroke lead and never looked back, winning the Trophée Hassan II by five strokes and collecting his second European Tour title.up the final round of the Trophee Hassan II in Morocco. The European tour . Today started at Alejandro Canizares with a six stroke lead . And he was in cruise control . He built his lead and held on to it thanks to the ball striking like this. Watch this approach on a, parof 19 under par. And Hugh gets his second victory on the European tour . His first win since his rookie season, back in 2006. A drought of more than seven years. And there's the final leader
Early birds: Canizares' 62 in Rd. 1 leads Morocco
Alejandro Canizares cards 11 birdies on his way to 10-under 62 to lead by one after the first round of Trophee Hassan II at Golf du Palais Royal in Agadir, Morocco.The golf course inside the palace walls here in Agadir is always in immaculate condition. When you add in virtually perfect weather, it makes for a very entertaining days golf. And that's what we had here in the opening round of the Trophée Hassan II, particularly for Alexander Levy of France. Straight in for a hole in one at the second. Oh! Celebrations for the Frenchman. He went on to record a round of 70, two under par. The defending champion here is Marcel Siem, who got off to a flying start. Five birdies in his first six holes. Lost his way a little bit in the middle, and then finished with a birdie, for a 69, three under par. Didn't look too happy about it, but it wasn't a bad day's work for the German. Michael Hoey played one of the shots of the day. He's become a very consistent player, the Irishman, holding out for an eagle at the par five, 17th. Round of 68 for Michael, four under par. Former winner here, of course, Seve Benson recorded the best round of his European Tour career. This on the ninth, his closing hole, setting up a closing birdie. Four birdies in a row to finish for the Englishman and a splendid 63 for 9 under, but that wasn't good enough to lead in a day of low scoring. This is Alejandro Cañizares, just the one win on the European tour for the Spaniard. Judging it beautifully at the fifth, and set up one of eleven birdies on Cañizares' card today. This was at the seventh, his sixteenth, judging the line beautifully. And there was another one to come at the eighth, his seventeenth hole, after this tee shot , at a tough par three. Won in only his third start in the Russian Open back in 2006, hasn't managed a win
Bunched up at BMW PGA: Westwood, Garcia in mix
Alejandro Canizares leads Lee Westwood by one shot after the third round of the BMW PGA Championship. Mike Ritz brings you the highlights from Wentworth Club in Surrey, England.everybody, Mike Ritz here to wrap up the third round of the European Tours Flagship event, the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth. Sergio Garcia rounding par-5 18th, putting with a fairway metal for eagle-- just short tap and birdie. Sergio with the 68 gets to 5 under par. He's on a tie for 6 heading to Sunday. Twenty-year old Matteo Manassero playing with Ernie Els with a tough day-- Ernie shots 72 but Manassero shoots 69. He gets to 7 under par. He is in the tie for 3rd. The most exciting round of the day was crafted by Lee Westwood . Here he is on the par-5 4th hole, driver, 5 iron. Releases to 6 feet, he would make the eagle to get
Euro Tour: Two-way tie in New Delhi
Scotland’s Peter Whiteford and Spain’s Alejandro Canizares share the lead at 6 under par after Round 1 of the Avantha Masters. Peter Uihlein’s 3 off the pace after carding a 69. Steve Burkowski brings you all the action from India.Delhi, India for first round action from the Avantha Masters. How would John Daly fare on day number 1? Unfortunately, for the two-time Major champion, it was an absolute struggle, he tripled bogey 14, bogey at 15, ended up bogey in 18. Here after hitting in the water and opening round of 79 for John Daly here in New Delhi. There was another American making some noise on day number 1, former US Amateur Champion, Peter Uihlein, his second of the par-4 7th, a wonderful play there by Peter. He would birdie 3 of his last 4, open with a round of 69. Over in the 17th where we find Thongchai Jaidee at the short par-4, this for birdie, part of a back 932 for Jaidee, he would open up with 4-under par-68. How
Down under: Dufner, Schwartzel post red in Perth
Alejandro Canizares and Michael Hendry each carded a 65 to share the lead by one at the ISPS Handa Perth International, but big-name players such as Jason Dufner and Charl Schwartzel also posted sub-par rounds.out from the bunker. So the Italian round is 71. So too, Charl Schwartzel , this was a birdie at the 7th hole, take him to 2-under par, he finished at 1-under. Schwartzel and Dufner, as well as, Bo Van Pelt -headliners in Australia. Paul Casey trying to get back some good form, finished 3rd in Korea last week, round in 67. That birdie at the 11th took him to 4-under for the day. Michael Hendry leads the Australasia PGA Tour Order of Merit at a win in New Zealand earlier in the season. He's looking to win this week in Perth, round