Golfing World: Top 10 Freak Injuries
Golfing World counts down ten of the most freak injuries ever seen in the game of golf. Watch Golfing World every Wednesday on Golf Channel.
In Play: Van de Velde spoke with Stadler after French Open collapse
After Kevin Stadler had his own meltdown at this year's French Open, Jean Van de Velde was there to give him some advice.
G-Mac in France: 'Not the way you like to win'
Graeme McDowell discusses his win at the 2014 Alstom Opem de France and what's ahead for him this summer.
French connection: Stadler holds 36-hole lead
Catch all the action from the 2014 Alstom Open de France.
What's in the bag: Cabrera, McDowell
Angel Cabrera won at The Greenbrier and Graeme McDowell successfully defended his title at the French Open. Find out what's in their bags.
Pardon my French: Stadler out front in France
Catch all the action from Round 3 of the French Open.of four here in the third round for Riu. Playing along side Kevin Stadler , who had just one birdie here on Saturday and this was it at the tenth. A rather pedestrian third round for Stadler.
Stadler shoots 64, takes early lead in France
Kevin Stadler carded a bogey-free 64 to take a one-shot lead on the European Tour at the French Open.
Golfing World: Phil finds form ahead of Pinehurst, and Wie leads on the LPGA
On today’s GW News we bring you the latest from the major tours around the world, including an update on Mickelson’s form ahead of the U.S. Open. We also tell you which former French Open tennis champion is teeing it up at the Lyoness Open this week.is GW news. The FedEx St. Jude Classic got underway yesterday, and Phil Mickelson made a good start, shooting a three under 67 when the weather hit first day at TPC Southwind. With his continuing pursuit of a US Open title resuming next week. That's a good time to find some form for Phil. Ben Crane currently leads the way at seven under in a strong field. Michelle Wie had a fantastic start in the Manulife LPGA classic.
Westwood hopes injury is nothing serious
With the British Open just around the corner, Lee Westwood had an injury scare in the French Open on Saturday.
Levet would jump again despite breaking leg last year
Reigning French Open champion Thomas Levet has not learned his lesson. A year after breaking his leg in a celebratory jump into the pond guarding the 18th hole at Le Golf National in Paris, Levet would do it again this year.
Siem edges Molinari by 1 shot at French Open
Germany’s Marcel Siem won for the second time on the European Tour after shooting a final-round 4-under 67 to capture the French Open by one shot over Francesco Molinari. Jay Townsend brings you the highlights.here to recap the 4th round coverage, and we'll get started with Ian Poulter , hits birdie putt at 16. Poulter had it going early, and that was a good birdie 2 at the 16th, landed at 69 5 under par total. Time for 4th, home favorite Raphael Jacquelin , unfortunately, it was over by the time we got to this point. This is 3rd to the 18th through all the crowd and that would lead to a par 4 in the final hole, 69 6 under par, and tie for 3rd. Early fireworks came from this man. Francesco Molinari hits for birdie at the final hole that goes 7 under par. He did it with a 64 7 under par. Hehere is the leaderboard, Marcel Siem with a one shot lead over Francesco Molinari and a 2 shot win over Raphael Jacquelin . He's talking to Richard Boxall after the round. -Marcel, many congratulations, 2012 French Open Champion, how does that taste? -Very, very good.
Bubba doles out excuses, wants to go home
Bubba Watson missed the cut at the French Open and cites poor security and boorish fan behavior for his play at Le Golf National.