Euro Masters: Taking Switzerland by Storm
Graeme Storm holds the 54-hole lead at the Omega European Masters thanks in part to an ace at the 11th. A shot that earned him not just a 1, but a BMW i8 as well.
Master and commander: Lipsky beats Storm
David Lipsky overcame Graeme Storm on the first hole of sudden death at the Omega European Masters.
Car and driver: Storm's ace wins him a BMW
Graeme Storm aces the 11th Hole to win a BMW during Round 3 of the Omega European Masters.
Donaldson trails Ramsay at European Masters
Highlights from Friday second-round play at the 2014 Omega European Masters in Switzerland.
BMW International: Round 1 early highlights
Early Thursday first-round highlights from the BMW International Open at Golf Club Gut Larchenolf in Cologne, Germany.Lowry rounded 67. So minus five, not far off the lead. Spain's Jorge Campillo . Already four under par, playing the third hole the fourth hole, I should say. Birdie number five today. And he moved along side Larry at five under par. And to Graeme Storm , the Englishman, a former French Open winner, who's struggled a little bit of late. Certainly not here. Delightful touch there, at the
Rider on the Storm: Graeme (66) off to hot start
Graeme Storm talks about his first-round 6-under 66 Thursday at BMW International Open at Golf Club Gut Larchenolf in Cologne, Germany.that down to? Did you feel for instance when you won the French Open a few years back that that was gonna be your lift off point? Yeah, I mean, you know, I generally played quite nicely after I won in France, you know, I was close to winning again the year after at Glen Eagles. I mean Gregory Havret made an unbelievable putt to beat me in Asia. I played Doral finished sixth, you know, I mean in the World Golf Championship . So, you know, I've played well in big events. Why I don't do it more consistently I, I have no answer. Maybe
Logjam at KLM Open; Hanson, Colsaerts lurking
Graeme Storm, the overnight leader, is joined by Pablo Larrazabal, Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano and Scott Jamieson at 12 under to share the lead at the KLM Open after Saturday's third round. Steve Burkowski recaps Moving Day from the Netherlands.