Golfing World Inside the Game: ISPS Handa & Golf 2014
Golfing World speaks to the likes of Charley Hull, Laura Davies, Stacy Lewis, and Thomas Bjorn about ISPS Handa's increasingly positive influence on the game of golf worldwide.
Rub of the green: Bourdy's bad break at Kingsbarns
Gregory Bourdy loses distance as his approach shot lands near the No. 18 green at Kingsbarns Golf Links during second-round play from 2014 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
Golfing World Inside the Game: ISPS Handa Wales Open 2014
Golfing World goes behind the scenes of the 2014 ISPS Handa Wales Open, and speaks to the likes of Thomas Bjorn, Jamie Donaldson, Jose Maria Olazabal, and Gregory Bourdy.
Master and commander: Donaldson leads in Prague
Friday highlights from the 2014 D+D REAL Czech Masters, where Jamie Donaldson holds a one-shot lead.
Continental shift: Europe claims Seve Trophy 15-13
Highlights from Day 4 of the 2013 Seve Trophy where Continental Europe defeated Great Britain and Ireland to take the trophy for the first time since 2000.and that was always gonna be a tight one. Thorbjorn Olesen against Marc Warren of Scotland. This is Marc Warren's 2nd at the 11th. -No cameras in here please. -It was the start of 3 birdies in a row for Warren. And
Seve Trophy: Lynn, Jamieson defeat Molinari, Manassero
Highlights from the Seve Trophy 2013 day 2 finds GB&I 4 1/2 to Europe 5 1/2.1-up. -It was rather easy for Nicolas Colsaerts and Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano against Stephen Gallacher and Paul Lawrie . You gotta wait to have a flyer. Colsaerts here coming out of the bunker and into the hole to put them 1-up.Fleetwood and Wood, and in the last game Colsaerts and Fernandez-Castano beating Paul Lawrie and Steven Gallacher.
Cloud nine: GB&I, Europe tied heading into Sunday singles
Highlights from Day 3 of the 2013 Seve Trophy finds GB&I and Europe tied at 9.triumphed 2 in 1 against their old adversaries this week. Match 2, Marc Warren and Jamie Donaldson playing against Thorbjorn-- excuse me, Thomas Bjorn and Mikko Ilonen with Donaldson draining it at the 16th to go 2-up with 2 to go. The 17th, Warren in for the birdie so they win 2 and 1. -Great Britain and Ireland win 2 and 1. -Good win there for the Welsh-Scottish combination. Thomas Bjorn denied again. What about Bourdy and Luiten? Unbeaten so far. This was Luiten to the 8th. They went 2-up at that point,
Highlights: Bourdy’s opening 63 sets pace in Switzerland
Frenchman Gregory Bourdy leads by two after recording an 8-under-par 63 on Day 1 of the Omega European Masters. Steve Burkowski brings you the first-round action from Crans-sur-Sierre Golf Club in Switzerland.Crans-sur-Sierre. Steve Burkowski with you with first round highlight from the Omega European Masters up to power 4, 7th the drivable power 4. This is the second shot for Matteo Manassero. What a way to recover for the young Italian that was part of an opening round, even par-71 for Matteo. How about Hendrick Stenson on the other side of the golf course ? He's 3rd at the par-5 14th. He too records an eagle from off the green and Stenson opens with two under par 69. The Welshman Rhys Davies has struggled for much of 2012. Just now for a birdie at the last, a well done by Rhys, one of the great partners on the European Tour . Good enough for a start of 500 par-66. But one of the headliners of the day, Gregory Bourdy making some noise. SeeFriday, 8:30 PM Eastern. It is round 2 action from the Omega European Tour Masters Crans-sur-Sierre Switzerland, Friday, 8;30 AM Eastern for second round coverage.