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Donaldson secures Ryder Cup spot with Czech win
Jamie Donaldson locked up a spot on his first European Ryder Cup team Sunday with a two-shot victory at the Czech Masters.
Golfing World: August 26, 2014
On this edition of Golfing World with Tony Wrighton, we get help from Adam Scott on how to play par 3 holes, Jason Day reflects on his 2014 season and we get to know standout challenge tour player Moritz Lampert.and here's what's coming up on this week's show. World number two Adam Scott helps his play par threes. Then the Aussie Jason Day reflects on his year so far. And we get to know this year's standout performer on the challenge tour , Morris Lampert. Remember, you can get in touch with us at any point during the show, using @golfingworldtv. It'd be great to hear your thoughts on the key talking points from the weekend. And what a weekend for Jamie Donaldson , who has finally secured his Ryder Cup place with a European Tour win. He shot a final round 68, to win theeuros. Not enough as he was relegated to a spot on the challenge tour this season. The experience gained was invaluable, though. I've traveled all year with Max Keeper last year, and looking back at thetake their advice. Morris has been the unexpected star of the 2014 Challenge Tour Season announcing his potential with victory at the Content Open in Austria, a win which proved to be a catalyst for further
Donaldson wins Czech Masters by two strokes
Jamie Donaldson wins the D+D REAL Czech Masters by two strokes over fellow countryman Bradley Dredge to secure a spot on the European Ryder Cup team.through final round highlights of the D and D royal check masters. Jamie Donaldson has a day to remember in the Czech Republic. Trying to secure a place on the rider cup side. Donaldson putting togetherpar. And it was good enough for a two shot victory over Bradley Dredge . Who records his second. Runner up finish in the space of as many weeks. Merrick Bremner with a good week as well, and he finishes tied for third alongside of Soren Kjeldsen . But it was Jamie Donaldson who walks away with the trophy in the European tour. His first visit to the Czech Republic since 2011. Great day today for Scott Jamieson, course record of 64, and James Heath records a top ten finish. Round in 68 on Sunday. Stephen Gallacher , though, disappointing 73. He has one more week to make into the European Ryder Cup side. And you can see that on
Dredge (66) builds 2-shot lead at Czech Masters
Catch all the action from Round 3 of the Czech Masters.Frenchman, and a 71 to leave him at 9 under, 3 behind. Jamie Donaldson leading the tournament, looking to consolidate his place in Paul McGinley's team, good after the perfect start. This was his second into the par 5 opening hole. Great shot form Donaldson, he would hold the putt for eagle. And when he hold this curling one at the 7th, Jamie Donaldson led the tournament by four and looked as if he might be stretching away. But after that, some of the game got a little bit more difficult and Jamie Donaldson was overtaken at the top of the leader board after a 71. He is at 10 under par. The same mark that Soren Kjeldsen , five years, since the Dane won on tour, but. Inspired by a fine performance in his hoe country last week, he played really nicely today. A 68 with the help of his fine tee shot at 13 and he is at 10 under alongside Donaldson, but the man out front is Bradley Dredge . It has been 8 years since Bradley Dredge won on tour, but he really does look to be back at his very best, 6 birdies, no bogies today. That was one at 14, this was another at 15. The more difficult back nine covered in 4 under par 32. Bradley Dredge leads by 2.