Reid leads opening round in Turkey
First round highlights of the 2015 Turkish Airlines Ladies Open, where Melissa Reid leads at 8-under par with Laura Davies lurking one shot back. Watch the Ladies European Tour on Golf Channel and Golf Live Extra.
Round 3 action from the Lalla Meryem Cup
Catch the action from Round 3 of the Lalla Meryem Cup.
Injured Nocera knocks it close in Turkey
Gwladys Nocera, playing with an ankle injury, knocks it close from an uneven lie during the second round of the 2015 Turkish Airlines Ladies Open. Watch Ladies European Tour on Golf Channel and Golf Live Extra.
Reid leads by 3 through 36 holes in Turkey
Second round highlights from the 2015 Turkish Airlines Ladies Open, where Melissa Reid holds a three shot lead at 12-under par. Watch the Ladies European Tour on Golf Channel and Golf Live Extra.
Lalla Meryem Cup: Final-round action
Catch all the action from the final round of the Lalla Meryem Cup.
Nocera is the 2015 Lalla Meryem Cup champion
Gwladys Nocera speaks about her final round performance at the 2015 Lalla Meryem Cup.
Golfing World: Bubba, Westwood confident in Thailand
On today's Golf World news, we speak to Bubba Watson and Lee Westwood ahead of the weekends' action in Thailand. Billy Horschel tips Fred Couples to be next Ryder Cup captain, while dismissing the need for a task force, and Charley Hull looks set to win the Order of Merit on the Ladies European Tour.are a number of big names competing for the million dollar prize. Bubba Watson is amongst them. The reigning Masters Champion's most recent win was at last months WGC-HSBC Championship Tournament in China. You know my game has been good all year so I'm looking forward to the challenge. You know this golf course has a lot of thick rough. So it's about hittin' fairways and makin' putts. So you know if I could do like Sergio and hit a lot fairways then I might have a shot this week. Lee Westwood is also in action. He won the Inaugural 2011 Championship and is looking to add to his tidy of wins in Asia. You know, first tournament win in Asia was was in, in Japan. And you know, I've been, I consistently win in Asia over the years, all over the continent really, you know, Japan Malaysia, Thailand Macau you know, all over. So I don't know what it is you know. I just seem to play the golf courses well. The Horseshoe is the latest American to back Fred Couples as the next U.S. Ryder Cup Captain. Speaking ahead of this week's Franklin Templeton shootout, Horseshoe was critical of the nearly formed task force stating that Couples should have been made Captain the day after this year's Ryder Cup finished. And finally Charlie Hole is in a strong position to secure the Order of Merit on the Ladies European Tour . She has a 22,000 Euros lead heading into the season ending to buy Ladies Masters. After the first round she was 2
Golfing World: Kaymer dominates Sawgrass as Scott struggles
On the final GW News of the week we bring you news from the opening round of The Players Championship where Martin Kaymer carded a course-equalling record of 63 to take a two stroke lead. Elsewhere there’s action from the LET’s Turkish Airlines Ladies Open.it's just letting things happen right now. And it's looking likely that Adam Scott will have to wait even longer if he's to dislodge Tiger Woods as the world's number one golfer. The Australian who has previously won the event in 2004, struggled with the first round five over par 77 to leave him in a tie for 133rd. Scott needs at least a 16th place finish to reach the summit of world golf. Now, world's fog wreaked havoc at the European Tour's Madeira Islands Open. The women took center stage on the LET for the Turkish Airlines Ladies Open. The now 18-year-old, Charley Hull
Golfing World: Hull's first win; Senden ends drought
Golfing World's Cara Robinson brings you the news on Charley Hull's first professional win at the Lalla Meryem Cup in Morocco. Plus, get the scoop on victories by Alejandro Cañizares at the Trophee Hassan II and John Senden at the Valspar Championship.The victory lifts Canizares from 139th to 89th in the world. Elsewhere, John Senden ended his own title drought with victory on the PGA Tour's Valspar Championship. The Australian who's lost and the only other PGA Tour win came with 2006 John Deere Classic , had to wait 205 events to get to his next victory and was rewarded with this rather unique trophy. Well, that's all