Golfing World Flashback: Molinari wins '06 Italian Open
Golfing World's This Week in Golf winds back the clock 10 years to when Francesco Molinari won on home soil at the Italian Open in 2006.
Otto's 62 vaults him into the lead by 3 in Italy
Highlights from Friday play at the 2014 Italian Open, where Hennie Otto went low carding a 10-under round of 62 that gave him the halfway lead by three strokes.
Otto: Never thought 59 on way to 62 in Italy
Hennie Otto talks about his amazing 10-under second-round 62 Friday at the 2014 Italian Open.
Otto the Great: Hennie wins Italian Open
Steve Burkowski recaps the final round of the 2014 Italian Open where Hennie Otto won by 2 strokes over David Howell
Gallacher falls just short in Italy; G-Mac on RC team
Stephen Gallacher needs a captain's pick after coming up one shot shy of qualifying for his first Euro Ryder Cup team Sunday.
Hahn (67) 'executed well' in Italy on Day 1
American John Hahn talks about his 5-under 67 Thursday at the 2014 Italian Open.
Mahan moves from 62 to 1 in FedEx Cup standings
Golf Channel's Damon Hack brings you the latest headlines from the world of golf.first event of the FedEx Cup playoffs on Sunday. The at Ridgewood Country club . Mahan entered the with out a win in his last 48 starts, 35 holes in the back nine, and led to two shot win over Stewart Applebee, Jason Day, and Cameron Tringaly. With the win, Mahan moved from sixty-second to first in the FedEx cup standing. He is once again guaranteed a spot in the tour championship. With a two-shot victory in the Czech Masters on Sunday, Jamie Donaldson secured himself a spot on the European Ryder Cup team. I needed to play well either this week or next week, or both, to guarantee my place in the Ryder Cup team, so there was a lot on the line. And this week I played really well, said Donaldson. After his win. European Ryder Cup hopefuls have this week's Italian Open and the Deutsche Bank Championship as the final opportunities to qualify for the team. Also on Sunday, So Yeon Ryu held off fellow South Koreans Na Yeon Choi and Inbee Park to win the Canadian Pacific Women's Open in record fashion with a final round 69 at the London Hunt and Country Club . Ryu finished twenty-three under par, to defend her 3rd LPGA title, and break the Canadian Women's Open record, the 17th world scoring
Golfing World: Bernd Wiesberger Sets His Sights Higher
Austria’s PGA Championship ‘nearly man’ Bernd Wiesberger sits down with Golfing World for a chat about his year, and what lies ahead for him in the futurewell for those weeks. The first Austrian ever to qualify for the US Open , Kim boasts five top 10 finishes this year and the world number seven. Is setting his sights on a higher position in the rankings. If I'm totally honest I, I try to get myself somehow into the top 20 at the end of the year. I know I'm a, a long way behind but, just try to execute those weekends a little bit better when I get myself into a good position in the, in the first two rounds and,. You know, trying to play for the win, would love to win again Soon on, on the European Tour . Haven't had the success since 2012 so, that'll be a goal as well. But, just try to carry out those rankings both
Otto leads in Italy: Ryder hopeful Gallacher 6 back
Hennie Otto is in command at the Italian Open. Catch the action from his Saturday round and others.this man, Henny Otto shot 62 on Friday. A bit of a roller coaster day on Saturday, but the the best of the with a recovery at the par 5 12. That leads the birdie out of the chute, 71, one under par, and we'll take the lead heading into the final round. As you see there, 16 under Otto, two shots clear of Ramsay, Wiesberger 3 off the pace, Slattery and Fisher not out of it at 11 under. Can Stephen Gallacher make a run for the Ryan Cup? The only way you can find out is to tune in tomorrow. For Final Round action, Championship Sunday, from the Italian Open. Sunday morning, 7:00 a.m. Eastern, and you can watch it, right here on Golf Channel .
Ita-leaders: Molinari, Wiesberg out front in Italy
Highlights from Thursday play at the 2014 Italian Open, where Francesco Molinari and Bernd Wiesberger are tied for the lead at 6-under-par.And he's opened with a round of 73, one over par. The Ryder Cup captain, Europe's Ryder Cup captain, Paul McGinley is here this week and he matched Manassero's score with a round of 73. Nice one there at the 11th for birdie, no doubt keeping on eye on several players. Among them, Scotland's Stephen Gallacher . Who could play his way into the Ryder Cup team into the automatic placers with a first or second place finish here or tie for second with one other I should
Italian nice: F. Molinari (66) co-leads in Italy
Francesco Molinari talks about his 6-under 66 on Thursday at the 2014 Italian Open.Francesco, bogie free round today. Really well played on a demanding golf course . Did you see that out there, bogie free round ? Well I guess it's a little bit different for me. Cause I've played so many rounds here that I probably hit moreplayed growing up? Is it a much different way you approach the golf course with the, the rough and the you know, the more penal? A little bit, probably a few more than obviously what you
MD Headlines: Mahan on regular season vs FEC
Golf Channel's Lauren Thompson brings you the latest news from the world of golf.neat with so much on the line. Mahan's first round in the Deutsche Bank Championship is currently underway. Coverage begins on Golf Channel at 2:30 pm eastern. And eyeing spot on the European Rider Cup team Scotland's Stephen Gallagher open play at the Italian open. With an even par 72, six strokes behind first round leaders Francesco Molinari and Bernd Wiesberger. Gallacher needs a Top Two finish in the event to overtake Graeme McDowell and qualify for the European squad. Captains picks for Team Europe and Team USA will be announced on Tuesday, September second, and
Can Molinari build on recent Euro success in Italy?
European Ryder Cuppers have won six tournaments in the past five weeks. Can local favorite Francesco Molinari make it No. 7 at the Italian Open?