Golfing World Swing Thoughts: David Lipsky
American pro David Lipsky shares his thoughts on how best to deal with the mental side of the game in pressure moments.
How low can they go? Red numbers in Italy
Low scores are in fashion at the 2015 Open D'Italia. Check out highlights from the early wave in Round 2.
Lipsky rolls in long birdie on No. 16
Defending champ David Lipsky rolls in long birdie putt from off the 16th green during Friday play at the 2015 Omega European Masters. Watch the European Tour on Golf Channel.
Golfing World: My best shot - David Lipsky
David Lipsky talks about his two best shots that led to his biggest career success.
Near ace, eagle hole-out and course record in Thailand
Michael Hoey shot a course-record 64 to take the first-round lead at the 2015 True Thailand Classic.Had a fascinating opening day, among the favorites. Pre-tournament favorite anyway. Denmark's Thomas Bjorn , European rider cup star, 15 European tour events and a beautiful tee shot. Almost a hole in one at the 3rd, the par three having started at the 10th hole. He went eventually around in 69, three under, matched by this man Thongchai Jaidee on home soil in Thailand. A birdie for him at the fourth as well. And, also as I say a 69 to another veteran. Miguel Angel Jimenez , around I beg your pardon, 51 years of age and the highlight of his round today, his second into the par four
Stat Man: 2014 European Tour review
GolfChannel.com writer Will Gray reflects upon the 2014 season that was on the European Tour.the numbers to look back at the year that was on the European Tour . Our first stat is 27. It took Miguel Angel Jimenez 27 tries to break through to the National Open in his native Spain, but he finally got that win back in May. The victory extended a streak and a record that he already owned as the oldest winner of the European. In Tour at age 50 and it capped a pretty remarkable run in which he tied for sixth at the Masters, got married, and then won his first Champions Tour Start in Georgia. Our next stat is five. There were five players that won multiple times in the European Tour last season, including Jiminez, but no one won more than Rory McIlroy who took home four trophies. Of course, two of those were Majors, but McIlroy sparked his summer with a comforting high victory at the. BMW PGA Championship. Parting at final round 66 to win on a venue where he had otherwise historically struggled. Our next stat is 8s. Speaking of come from behind victory, Graham McDowell erased an 8 shot deficit in the final round to go back to back at the French Open. That was the largest final round comeback on the European Tour this year. And it served as McDowell's tenth career European tour title. Kevin Statham who finished second was instead sent back to the putting green after. After missing a short putt that would have forced a playoff. Our final stat is 262. In a year full of star-studded winners, the lowest winning score on the European Tour came from David Lipsky. The little-known American shot an 18 under. 262 to catch the Omega European Masters in Switzerland and Litsky was one of three Americans to win on the European Tour of 2014. Although the other two might have a little bit more brand recognition. Bubba Watson and Brooks Kempton. All right that's gonna do it for this edition of STAT MAN. Be sure to keep it locked to
Lipsky cards 65, one back after Round 1 in Thailand
David Lipsky is one shot back after a first-round 65 at the 2015 True Thailand Classic.little, bit and you know, with the elevation on this course, hitting up and down the hills makes it a little tough. I don't know her too well but I've played her a couple of times just
Northwestern grad Lipsky shoots 64 in Singapore
2011 Northwestern graduate David Lipsky comments after his first-round 64 at The Championship at Laguna National.just great playing against the best players in the world on the European tour . I have a couple friends out in Europe as well. So it's, it's always fun playing against them and, you know, having
Golfing World: David Lipsky - Omega European Masters Champion
Golfing World sits down to chat with 2014 Omega European Masters champion David Lipsky about his recent career-defining triumph and about his future in the game.David the birdie he needed to tie the lead, and when Englishman Graeme Storm failed to birdie himself at 18, it was into extra time and back to the 18th tee for the first playoff final.
Golfing World: Tiger’s ongoing pain; MAJ's wedding
On Tuesday’s GW News we bring you the latest from Tiger Woods, a roundup of the weekend’s action and cause for celebration for Miguel Angel Jimenez.Hi, I'm Cara Robinson, and this is GW News. We start with Tiger Woods and his road to recovery after ongoing back surgery. The world number one posted a lengthy blog on his official site yesterday, stating that he simply didn't know when he'd be back and that it's a very slow process. And Woods' injury means he won't be back to defend his Player's Championship title this week either. J B Holmes meanwhile became the latest player to book his place at TPC Sawgrass thanks to a victory at the weekends Wells Fargo Championship. Holmes finished at 14 under a stroke, clear of Jim Furyk to claim his first victory in six years. Felipe Aguilar's another who secured his first win since 2008 after a remarkable end to The Championship at Laguna National. The Chilean carded 28th on the back nine, which included a birdie at 17 and eagle at the 18th to edge out David Lipsky and Anders Hansen . Across to the LPGA now, where Stacy Lewis finally returned to the winner's circle. Winless since last year's British Open, Lewis had six second place finishes in her previous 16 appearances, but she blew away the field at the North Texas LPGA Shootout. Six birdies and an eagle helped the American finish 16 under par, six strokes better off than second-place Meena Lee and pick up the win. And finally we bring you news of wedding bells after Miguel Angel Jimenez tied the knot with partner Susanne Styblo. The pair exchanged vows in Torelinos in Jiminez's native Spain, and comes two weeks after
Master and commander: Lipsky beats Storm
David Lipsky overcame Graeme Storm on the first hole of sudden death at the Omega European Masters.perfect and he was. So David Lipsky, full time player on the Asian Tour , has this for victory. Biggest moment in his professional career. David Lipsky wins the Omega European Masters, close to 400,000 dollars and now, he is fully exempt on the European tour . This is the final leader board. Lipsky, with a 500 par 65 to catch overnight leader. Graem Storm, Brooks Koepka bogeyed three
Golfing World: Turkish Airlines Open preview
On today's Golfing World News we hear from defending Race to Dubai champion Henrik Stenson on his chances in Turkey and Monty makes it 600 European Tour appearances.little bit better. I didn't own any putts last week at the World Golf Championship and need to cure out. I think my longest got 12 feet and it was only one of those. So that's just not good enough and I'll have to do better this week. I just played 18 today. I mean this course is phenomenal. And the settings couldn't be better. And it looks like the weather is gonna be good all week and so it should be a good test. 31 time winner on tour and course designer here at the Max Royal, Colin Montgomery will tomorrow begin his six hundredth European Tour event. A statue by the first tee was revealed yesterday in his honor. And afterwards I spoke to Monty about the achievement.
Lipsky (64) moves up in Switzerland
American David Lipsky talks about his second-round 6-under 64 Friday at 2014 Omega European Masters in Switzerland.be. These co-sanction events are of course a great, great chance for Asian tour players. Do you feel that you have to take advantage of it? yes, you have to, but I mean, I don't try to put that pressure on myself. I just try to play my own, play my own game and now I'm playing well right now, so, it's pretty good. What's the ultimate goal, presumably like to be on the PGA tour ? Well, yeah being in a, from the United States, you know playing on the PGA tour is my dream. But I mean Europe the last couple of weeks has been great and playing in Asia the last couple of years has been phenomenal as well. So I'm just happy to play golf somewhere. This can be quite a fiddly course. Does that suit you? It does and it doesn't. It's frustrating. The greens are