Ace in the hole: Willett's hole-in-one fuels 63
Danny Willett cards a hole-in-one during Round 3 of the Irish Open. He discusses his performance.
Willett on 64 in Germany: 'It was one of them days'
Danny Willett talks about his 8-under 64 Thursday at BMW International Open at Golf Club Gut Larchenolf in Cologne, Germany.
Kaymer can't keep the pace in Germany
Late Friday second-round highlights before weather delayed play at the BMW International Open at Golf Club Gut Larchenolf in Cologne, Germany.
Cabrera-Bello, Willett share lead at BMW Int'l
Late Thursday first-round highlights from the BMW International Open at Golf Club Gut Larchenolf in Cologne, Germany.
Golfing World: Tiger's slow start; BMW Round 1 results
On the final GW News of the week we bring you the latest news and reaction from the PGA and European Tours.here and see, you know, see what I can do. And this golf course is, was plain tough. You know, it's not too often that you know, 400's leading. that's, that's indicative how difficult it is out there. Golfing legend Gary Player has offered us his opinion on Tiger's current form, stating that Woods will win the Open Championship next month. With less than three weeks to go to the third major of the year, it was seen as still work to do to ensure a 15th major win for the world number five.make any mistakes. We hit every green, which obviously helps on any golf course and hit it, you know, relatively close, so you know, there was a score out there, and luckily we took it. Well
Willett (68) battles 'back' in Germany
Danny Willett talks about his second-round 4-under 68 and nagging back Friday at BMW International Open at Golf Club Gut Larchenolf in Cologne, Germany.And shoulder was good early on. I just said to John, I completely forgot to take any pills after nine holes, and I could feel it the last couple. Nothing silly, but you know, you can
Players seeing red numbers on Day 2 in Germany
Early Friday second-round highlights from the BMW International Open at Golf Club Gut Larchenolf in Cologne, Germany.for the morning wave of players. Starting with the world number two, Henrik Stenson , slightly out of position at short par fall 17th. Coming out of the rough, 68 on the opening day four under par without a drop shot. A beauty there. And Stenson would add another round of 68. So all very symmetrical and he's in the clubhouse through two rounds at eight under par. To almost slip by the leader Thomas Bjorn who almost had to withdraw this week with the recurrence of his neck problems. A 66 for Thomas and he is along
Leishman moves to No. 78 in world ranking
After picking up his first PGA Tour win on Sunday at the Travelers Championship, Marc Leishman is now 78th in the latest Official World Golf Ranking.
Willett breaks through in Germany
Danny Willett outdueled Marcus Fraser on the fourth playoff hole to win the BMW International Open. It’s Willett’s first career victory on the European Tour. Jay Townsend brings you the final-round action from Germany.because this little tap in for Danny Wong secures him his first European Tour victory for the young Englishman. Here is your final leaderboard; Willet, a 4 hole playoff winner over Marcus Fraser, Paul McGinley has a 66 in the final round. It was an exciting final day in difficult conditions. Let's hear it from the winner.
What's in the Bag: Leishman, Lang
Take a look inside the bags of Marc Leishman, Brittany Lang and the rest of last week's tour winners.
Willett heads to Sunday with lead in Germany
Englishman Danny Willett has a 1 shot lead at 12 under par after carding a 69 on day 3 of the BMW International Open. Willett will be looking for his 1st victory on the European Tour. Jay Townsend takes you through the days play in Cologne, Germany.to recap the third round coverage. And we start with local hero, Bernhard Langer . The mixed bad day. Missed for birdie at 18 and a round that included an eagle at 13. That one just slipped by the edge. And this 72, he will remain 5 under par 33 rounds. Fellow German, Marcel Siem, his birdie putt at number nine; highlighted a very eventful opening nine. Siem would finish with a 68, finished at 9 under par and tie