Golfing World: Spain reign supreme, Langer's Open win, and Furyk's fail
Round up the weekend's action where Spain won the inaugural International Crown, Bernhard Langer stormed to the Senior Open, and Jim Furyk lost after leading through 54 holes in Canada.
Breaking through: Munoz/Ciganda earn first points for Spain
Spain's Azahara Munoz and Carlota Ciganda defeated Thailand's Pornanong Phatlum and Onnarin Sattayabanphot in Thursday fourball matches at 2014 International Crown event in Owings Mills, Md.
Carlota's way: Ciganda makes long putt for Euros
Carlota Ciganda makes a long putt on the second hole on Day 2 of the 2013 Solheim Cup. For complete Solheim Cup coverage, click HERE
Solheim Cup preview: U.S. revenge or Euro repeat?
John Hawkins joins Win McMurry to preview the 2013 Solheim Cup and discuss whether the Americans can stay undefeated on home soil.
With flair, Spain claims first International Crown
Beatriz Recari guaranteed victory Wednesday, and on Sunday she and her Spanish teammates won the first Int'l Crown.
Lewis contending after Day 1 in Dubai
American Stacy Lewis got herself in early contention at the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters Wednesday while China’s Shanshan Feng struggled in the first round of the Ladies European Tour's season finale.
Rookie mistakes: Europe's Ciganda struggles in fourballs
Europe's rookie Carlota Ciganda gets off to a bad start on the first two holes during Friday afternoon fourball play at the 2013 Solheim Cup. For complete Solheim Cup coverage, click HEREabout the nerves and how they play out, you hit that first tee shot , you say, okay. You take a sigh of relief. Well, not so fast. Back to that opening tee shot for Ciganda, hanging on, that's not close. -When you're very nervous, everything gets a little bit tighter. And that was the case