Golfing World: Wilson reflects on '14 season
Golfing World's Anna Whiteley walks the course with 2014 comeback king, Oliver Wilson, at the 2015 Commercial Bank Qatar Masters. Wilson looks back on his 2014 season and ahead to 2015. Watch Golfing World every Wednesday on Golf Channel.
Golfing World: Walk the course with Sergio Garcia in Qatar
Golfing World walks the course with Sergio Garcia at the 2015 Commercial Bank Qatar Masters, the scene of his one individual victory from the 2014 season. Watch Golfing World every Wednesday on Golf Channel.
Golfing World: Meet course designer Peter Harradine
Golfing World sits down with legendary course designer and architect Peter Harradine in a part of the world with which his work has become synonymous. Watch Golfing World every Wednesday on Golf Channel.
Grace Under Fire: Branden wins by 1 in Qatar
Branden Grace comments on his one-shot victory in the final round of the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters.
Late eagle spurs Grace to Qatar victory
Thanks to an eagle on the 16th hole, Branden Grace held on to win the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters by one shot over Marc Warren.
Grace wins in Qatar, gets into top 50 in OWGR
Branden Grace was able to hold onto the lead and beat out Marc Warren to win the 2015 Commercial Bank Qatar Masters. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.you need to validate the eagle putt. Just putted so beautifully. Now Marc Warren , he needs to make birdie on 16 trying to keep pace. Right. Clutch time. You're really feeling the nerves. .No nerves in that stroke. That was beautiful. I love that. That's [?] speed right there Damon! Rolls it right in. This is a three time European tour winner Paige. Yeah it's like watching a horse race going back and forth as we see Mark Warren making that birdie putround scoring a 66 for Branden Grace. A one shot victory over Marc Warren . You see Berno Wesberger's right there two shots back. Sergio Garcia who won last year. Finishes 15 shots behind, a final round of 69 Charlie. Yeah, and let's, don't look past, Byenong-Hun An there in fifth place. He is the player, he's the youngest ever to win the US Amateur. Struggled a little bit finding his way the last three years on the Challenge Tour . Now he is a member of the European Tour . Had a very nice finish this one. That is a talented young man right there, Byenong-Hun An. And speaking of finding his way, when Branden Grace won four times in the European Tour in 2012 I for one thought he would just take off and become one of those young stars. He kind of struggledI mean, this what I finds most impresses it, impressive is that Marc Warren . Gave such an incredible run coming down the stretch to birdie 16 to birdie 17 and to just be breathing at the
Grace nearly aces par 4 in route to Qatar title
After entering the final round of the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters in a 4-way tie for the lead, South Africa’s Branden Grace finds the winner’s circle.And Branden Grace is the champion for the sixth time in his European tour career edging out Marc Warren by just one shot.
Will Sergio win a major in 2014? Holly says, 'No!'
The Morning Drive crew discusses Sergio Garcia's chances for a major in 2014, plus his pencil-grip stroke. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.preceding our show yesterday at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters and with Sergio Garcia winning. His form, they showed on Golf Central last evening. Going back to the end of last year, he has played verysaid he's 34, Ben Hogan 34. -Correct. -Around the same age as Phil Mickelson 33, Justin Rose , Adam Scott . This is usually the time period for a lot of talented players to breakthrough and win that first Major. The question is is Sergio gonna get out of his own way? Is he gonna be the Sergio of 2007 at Carnoustie? Talking about things outside of golf conspiring and get some. Is he gonna be the Sergio Garcia a few years ago at Augusta Nationals? You know what? I'm just good enough to play for second. Was that just emotion talking or does he truly believe that? Maybe we'll find out in 2014. -Yeah. Holly, your answer is a practical one. It's not being harsh. There's only four and it's very hard, he hadn't done it. What you're saying Damon I think is a very important part to remember is that Hogan early on his career wasn't just winning Majors, just winning and once you broke through he got to the next level but he was 34. Phil, Adam Scott , Justine Rose. Two things to point out, Hoylake, he finished tied for fifth in 2006. Heading 73 in the final round. Pinehurst