Golfing World: Lewis and Rose win, European Tour Playoff Drama
In today’s GW News we round up all the weekend’s action, from the major tours around the world, including Fabrizio Zanotti’s playoff win, Justin Rose’s win on the PGA Tour, and Stacey Lewis' victory in Arkansas.
Lead by example: Luiten (65) in front at KLM
Thursday highlights of first-round play from the 2014 KLM Open, where clubhouse leader Joost Luiten carded a tidy 5-under 65.
Zanotti Survives 4-man Playoff to Win BMW International
Fabrizio Zanotti wins the 2014 BMW International Championship after a 4-man playoff. Catch all the action from Sunday's round.
Foul ball: Zanotti hit in head, taken to hospital
Fabrizio Zanotti was struck in the head by a golf ball during the first round of the KLM Open at the Kennemer Golf and Country Club in Zandvoort, The Netherlands.
Zanotti taken to hospital after being hit by stray shot
European Tour player Fabrizio Zanotti was taken to a hospital Thursday after being struck in the head by a stray tee shot at the KLM Open.
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
Kaymer has slow start at home
Marcus Fraser and Fabrizio Zanotti lead the BMW International Open at 8 under par after opening rounds of 64. Martin Kaymer is 7 shots back after carding a 71. Jay Townsend brings you all the first-round action from Cologne, Germany.BMW International Open. I'm Jay Townsend here to recap first round coverage. Bernhard Langer the first hole, to a good start, knocked it in their close, his birdie putt. Well, it wasn't all smiles for Langer; it would be an even par 72 for the German. One German to another, former PGA Champion, Martin Kaymer, knocked it close to 13, a little swinging putt here. Kaymer would knock that in and it would be a 1-under-par 71 for Kaymer. Sergio Garcia the Spaniard, back from San Francisco. Not a great day. His birdie putt at 18 would be a sweet end to an otherwise up and down day for Sergio Garcia . John Daly two-time champion here at the BMW International Open, his tee shot at the par 3, 4th. Lots of good shots for John today, and this one would lead to birdie too and a 4-under-par round of 68. Paul McGinley pretty hot today, going along nicely; he came to the 16th at par 5. His long eagle putt, looking good all the