Players struggle at par-3 eighth in Morocco
Watch as the threesome of George Coetzee, David Horsey and Gary Stal battle the difficult 200-yard par-3 eighth hole during first round play at 2015 Trophee Hassan II in Morocco. Watch the European Tour on Golf Channel.
Six players share 54-hole lead in South Africa
Catch the action from Round 3 of the Tshwane Open.
Yo Adrian! Otaegui leads delayed Tshwane Open
Highlights from second-round play at the 2015 Tshwane Open, where inclement weather forced a suspension of play. Spain's Adrian Otaegui is the clubhouse leader at 11-under par. Watch the European Tour on Golf Channel.
Madsen, Horsey share lead at Tshwane Open
Highlights from first-round play at the 2015 Tshwane Open, where Morten Ørum Madsen and David Horsey are tied with a one shot lead at 7-under par. Watch the European Tour on Golf Channel.
Horsey (65) leads by one at Russian Open
Thursday highlights of the 2014 M2M Russian Open at Tseleevo Golf & Polo Club, where England's David Horsey leads by one shot.He did bogey the eighth, but a round of 67. Matching that, South Africa's Oliver Bekker. Three Sunshine Tour victories under his belt, and a birdie at seven, in his round of 67 as well. Scotland's Peter Whiteford. Hasn't made a cut since the Malaysian Open in April. But he found something out there today. An excellent tee shot at the par three 16th. Oh it's duly converted. Eight birdies in all on his card today for the Scot. 33 years
David is Goliath: Horsey wins Russian Open playoff
Catch the action from the final round of the M2M Russian Open.David Horsey with his third career win. His first victory on the European Tour in three and a half years, and it comes in the first extra hole. $225,000 the David Horsey. For Damien McGrane , it has been more than 180 events on the European Tour since his first and only win in China some five years ago. That's it from the Russian Open. Next week it's the
Horsey for coursey: David gallops to 65 in Russia
David Horsey shot a first round 65 at the M2M Russian Open and leads by one. Check out his highlights and interview where he also discussed his favorite football club, Manchester United, and their new manager Louis van Gaal.the par three 13th three under par. Potentially a dangerous hole, super tee shot there. Almost a hole in one. He would make a birdie there as well, so it would move him to 4 under
Horsey extends lead by 2 shots at Russian Open
Friday highlights from the 2014 M2M Russian Open at Tseleevo Golf & Polo Club, where England's David Horsey extended his lead by two shots.done to Johan. Contention Scotland's Peter Whitford a little bit of a mixed bag for him. A double Bogey couple of dropped shots as well but plenty of birdies and a super tee shot . At the par three sixth Peter on his way to a round of 71 and it's 7 under par outright third. Heading into the weekend the man laying second two shots off the lead is Belgium's Thomas Peters nice birdie at the 13th for him. Getting him two eight under part and within three of the lead. A young man who missed out at the Spanish Open, the tournament won by Miguel Angel Jimenez that went to a playoff. Peter's for birdie again for fourteen. Sixty eight for him. And he will begin the weekend two
David Horsey Continues Fine Play in Russia
David Horsey continued his fine play at the 2014 M2M Russian Open with a 68 in the second round.a very confident he struck part from David Horsey. A two time European tour winner. That got him to 11 under par, he parred the last. Didn't miss it by too much either. So, sixty five
Birdie safari: Players going low in Africa Open
Watch second-round highlights from the Africa Open.Good scoring conditions once again in East London for day 2 of the Africa Open. There was some heavy morning rain. Play suspended for about an hour and a half or so. Among those going well things and as David Horsey bringing his good form from Johannesburg last week. Nice birdie there at the par 5, 15th, as he advanced towards the leaders. South Africa have a very proud record in this tournament and among those trying to make sure it stays that way. Garth Mulroy, a