Golfing World: From the pitch to the links, Gianfranco Zola
We chat with Italian footballing legend Gianfranco Zola, who has taken part in this week’s ProAm at the BMW Championship.
Golfing World: Top 10 BMW PGA Championship Moments
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Molinari and Lee tied for lead in South Africa
Edoardo Molinari and Craig Lee are tied for the lead at 11-under after the second round of the Joburg Open in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Molinari in four-way tie for lead in South Africa
Edoardo Molinari is among four players tied for the lead at 7-under after the first round at the Joburg Open in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Sjoholm leads by two in Italy
Joel Sjoholm recorded an opening-round 64 to lead the BMW Italian Open presented by CartaSi by two at 8 under par.this race really became a two man show on the back nine. Peter Hanson had the lead for a while, but he made bogeys on 13th and 14th. He fell to 11-under par. This, his tee shot at the par of 3, 15th. Let's see how he can respond after those back to back bogeys. Well, I'd say this is a responds. Look at this golf shot by Peter Hanson . It nearly goes for an ace. The kicking birdie would move him to 12-under par. Also at that par, Pablo Larrazabal missing the green at the par of 3, 13th long and left with very few options from this position with the creative man he is around the greens. It's wonderfully judged. He'd go on and make that for par and remain at 12-under. Hanson was still at 12-under as he was on the 16th, a wayward tee shot well left. It took about 10 minutes of deliberation. He got a free drop from the card [inaudible] and what a recovery18th into this for an eagle. Oh, and that means victory for Peter Hanson because Larrazabal could only par the last two holes and trophy in hand for Peter Hanson , his fifth career European Tour title. And what a way to head into the Ryder Cup for this week. 67 on the final day. It's good enough for two shot victory over at Larrazabal and Ramsay and Jamieson, the three off the pace. And after his win, Peter Hanson caught up with Tim Barter. -Peter, on Friday night, you had a sleepless night because your young son is in intensive care-You just finally have bigger confidence boost as this going into the Ryder Cup . -Well, of course, massive. I mean it's so-- so nice to see so many guys who play well from the European side and now coming into the Ryder Cup . I've been watching the golf in America as well a little bit and seeing Lee playing fantastic and Rory is playing great. You know, it feels like, you know, everybody on our side is playing really well and that's it. -Congratulations. Raise that trophy for us one more time. -Thank you very much. We have the-- -Well done to Peter Hanson and we wish his son a very speedy recovery. European Tour coverage continues on Golf Channel, Thursday morning, 8:30 a.m. Eastern. It's first round action at the BMW Italian Open.
Kaymer, Molinari and Colsaerts tune up for Ryder Cup
Martin Kaymer, Francesco Molinari and Nicolas Colsaerts are all in contention heading into the weekend at the BMW Italian Open. Mike Ritz recaps the action from Day 2.is his friend. A 66 and Kaymer gets into 8 under par. Francesco Molinari , under par 3, 6. He's got 2 birdies in a row. There's dropping on the back 9, he really gotta go on
Barclays Singapore Open reduced to 54
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano shot a 61 in round 2 to lead the rain shortened Barclays Singapore Open by 3 strokes. Steve Burkowski brings you the days play from Singapore.up round two due to weather delays on Friday. But first shot, Phil Mickelson struck with a birdie putt at the 13th. He was in danger of not making the cut, but he would rattle off birdies at 15th, 16th and
Mickelson off to slow start in Singapore
Phil Mickelson shot even-par 71 and sits nine off the pace after one round of the Barclays Singapore Open.for first round highlights of the Barclays Singapore Open, all eyes on Phil Mickelson . He's not left these days struggling for much at the round until he reached the par of 4, 15th. This his second. Wonderfully judged by Mickelson. He would make that for a birdie. He open up with even par 71. But, there were plenty of other players on form here on Thursday. Tom Lewis, the young Englishman already a winner on the European Tour . This for a birdie at 14th. And Lewis would open up with a round of 5-under par 66. But, there were players
Barclays Singapore Open headed for Monday finish
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano and Juvic Pagunsan had their playoff interrupted twice by inclement weather and are headed for a Monday finish at the Singapore Open.Club for final day action of the Barclays Singapore Open, how would Phil Mickelson fare on this final day? Well once of the best of weeks for Phil, this birdie at the 3rd, part a final
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Foreseeing the Open future
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