Golfing World: My Best Shot - Felipe Aguilar
Chilean European Tour star Felipe Aguilar talks to Golfing World about his addition to the My Best Shot series.
Bjorn, Aguilar, Dredge tied for lead in Denmark
Check out highlights from the late wave of play Thursday at the 2014 Made in Denmark event.
Dredge leads by 4 in Denmark; Bjorn 5 back
Check out the highlights from Friday at the 2014 Made in Denmark event, where Bradley Dredge leads by four shots.
Aguilar's conservative play leads to 66 in Denmark
Felipe Aguilar talks about his 5-under round of 66 Thursday at the 2014 Made in Denmark event.
Aguilar slammed with four-shot penalty in Turkey
Chile's Felipe Aguilar was assessed a four-shot penalty Saturday at the Turkish Airlines Open thanks to an overnight club switch.
Golfing World: Bjorn leads in Denmark
Lexi Thompson and Meenae Lee lead at the Wegmans LPGA Championship, Thomas Bjorn leads at his native Made in Denmark and Camilo Villegas returns to golf with an impressive 7-under 63 in the first round at the Wyndham Championship.day. To the first round of the Maiden Denmark tournament now. And Thomas Bjorn shot a five under 66 for a three way of the lead after the first day. Undoubtedly boosting his royal cup hopes Bjorn made five birdies and did not jump a shot in the gusty conditions. He was tied for first with Philip Aguilar of Chile and Brad of Wales. Finally to the Wenden championship where Camila Vejagas made a sensational return to golf shooting at seven under 63 to take a one stroke lead. Web Simson and William McGurt shot 64 while Scott Langley, Heath Sloaken, Paul Casey , and Julie Pay, and Martin Led were another stroke back. In the final event before the PGA Tour's Playoffs. That's all for today. Join us on Monday when we'll be rounding up all of the weekend's action. In the mean
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
Aguilar: 'Very beautiful way to finish'
Felipe Aguilar comments after stunning Anders Hansen and David Lipsky with an eagle two on the final hole to win The Championship at Laguna National.
Aguilar stuns Hansen on 72nd hole
Chile’s Felipe Aguilar holed out for an eagle on final hole of regulation for victory at The Championship at Laguna National.well for him, seven birdies no bogies. His best finish on the European tour . He got in the clubhouse at 21 under par. Anders Hansen looked to be in control of this tournament for most of the final day. A beautiful birdie there at the twelfth. At
2-2 finish propels Aguilar to 2nd Euro title
It’s May 4, and Felipe Aguilar likely has already wrapped up Finish of the Year.
Portugal Masters Round 1 highlights
Five players share the lead at 6 under par after the first round of the Portugal Masters. Dougie Donnelley has the highlights.of Chile has been one of the most consistent performers on the European Tour this year. Another very good day's work today. The 16 for birdie at 65 and the share of the lead for Felipe. This was at the 8th. The 17th hole of the day for David Lynn . Good for the moment-he's gonna stop in the edge but it dropped for birdie and did another at the 9th and a 65-2 for Lynn. Alvaro Quiros had a run of six birdies in eight holes mid run and finished off with another. 65 for the man who now lives very close to the golf course here in Portugal. Jamie Donaldson , another who hold more than his fair share of putts today. He really has had an excellent season. Jamie, including that win