Williams' hot start leads to 65 in South Africa
Mark Williams talks after his round of 65 Thursday at the 2016 Joburg Open.
Walters leads the way at Joburg Open
Round 1 highlights from the 2016 Joburg Open, where Justin Walters holds a one shot lead at 7-under.
Walters (65) happy with start in South Africa
Justin Walters talks about his opening round 65 Thursday at the 2016 Joburg Open.
Walters eyes major spot at Joburg Open
Paige Mackenzie, Gary Williams, Charlie Rymer and Cara Robinson review the great shots of the first round at the 2016 Joburg Open. Justin Walters leads after the 1st round. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Golfing World: Meet Justin Walters
Here we sit down with Justin Walters as he talks us through his poignant performance at the Portugal masters 2013 and takes a look ahead at a promising future.pushed on since and he's embarking on his second season on the European Tour . He's had quite a journey to get here. He was born in Johannesburg, but he's half English and he's represented England as a junior. He's study in America at North Carolina State and then turned pro in 2003. After two wins on the Sunshine Tour in his native South Africa, he graduated from the challenge tour in 2012 to join Europe's elite. Yeah, I, I certainly would consider myself a bit of a journey, journeyman. I've, I've played pretty much everywhere around the world. I really put my time in America on all the various mini-tours. But you're on the web.com and then South Africa has always been my base. I've grown most of my years around, around Sunshine Tour and it's helped me sharpen my teeth. So, yeah I've put in my dues. I've traveled a long, way far and wide. So I think I'm drawing all of those experiences to help me excel at this level. Walters won the Challenge Tours first graduate of the year award last month after his impressive debut season in Europe. Produced the likes of Martin Climber and Thomas Bjorn and Walter's nearly quickly followed in their title winning footsteps when he returned home to finish second at the Jo'burg open in
Coetzee, Jeong, Walters punch tickets to Open
Jin Jeong and Justin Walters may have finished three shots behind George Coetzee in South Africa, but both players walked away with a nice consolation prize.
Molinari in four-way tie for lead in South Africa
Edoardo Molinari is among four players tied for the lead at 7-under after the first round at the Joburg Open in Johannesburg, South Africa.Club. The threat of bad weather all day. Fortunately, didn't drive and James Kingston , a veteran South African, taking advantage. He's closing holes. Anyway, lovely shot into the 17th, a birdie-birdie finish as he finished 2-under par and a round of 17 on the east course. 2 courses, of course, being used over the 1st couple of days here, the East and the West. Danny Willett was also playing the east along with Charl Schwartzel and Richard Sterne . A bad back didn't prevent him shooting a round of 69 as he posted a 3-under par alongside this man. Charl Schwartzel has had 4 weeks off, has come back refreshed, he says. I know a nice tough back on the 15th in hisBourdy. 68 for him over the East Course, one better than that. Richard Sterne , the defending champion, wonderful golf last year, 27-under par through 4 rounds and he's opened here with a 67. George Coetzee still
Home boys: South Africans tied in Johannesburg
Thomas Aiken and Justin Walters head into the final round of the Joburg Open tied at 17 under.to wrap up the 3rd round of the Joburg Open on the European Tour in Johannesburg. It was a day where you have to go low. The young Korean Jin Jeong, his approach here on the
Portugal Masters: Final-round highlights
England's David Lynn wins the Portugal Masters, shooting a final-round 63 to finish on 18 under. Dougie Donnelley has the highlights.clear cup winner. Paul Waring of England still looking for his first European Tour win finished in dramatic fashion with a long birdie pot, but a 71 from the Englishman and a total of 16-under-par, which did enough only for this year of 3rd place. Alongside him, it's 16-under, Autrias Bernd Wiesberger. He had a chance to win last year. His chance perhaps going this time around with a bogey at the 17th, but a 67 for Wiesberger left him too tied for 3rd. alongside Stephen Gallacher , who finished very well with 5 birdies on the back 9, this one at the 17th, a 66 for the Scot. The most emotional pot of the day is certainly that of South Africa's Justin Walters. This, at the 18th, where only one birdie was recorded all day was for par. A round of 66 just 2 weeks after the sad death of his mother, took him all the way from a 126 up to 70th in the race to Dubai. But it was David Lynn's day and the long awaited victory, only his 2nd in tour in 9 years after his initial win in Holland in theat and no one was quite able to get up side with David Lynn . And after all his exploits in the PGA Tour , David Lynn is our winner again here in Europe.