Master and commander: Lipsky beats Storm
David Lipsky overcame Graeme Storm on the first hole of sudden death at the Omega European Masters.
Golfing World: TaylorMade Launches RSi Irons
Golfing World goes behind the scenes at TaylorMade's RSi iron launch at the world famous Wentworth Club, where European Tour pro Graeme Storm and England cricket legend Kevin Pietersen were present.
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.
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.
Donaldson trails Ramsay at European Masters
Highlights from Friday second-round play at the 2014 Omega European Masters in Switzerland.He's at ten under, not too far behind heading into the weekend. Jamie Donaldson , one of his last appearance at the Czech Masters, what a way to finish. Delightful second shot to the 18 Birdie there,
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.