Hero Indian Open: Final-round recap
Catch the action from the final round at the Hero Indian Open.
Fraser leads, Els 3 back at Hong Kong Open
Highlights of third-round play from the 2014 Hong Kong Open, where Marcus Fraser holds the lead by one shot.
Fraser: Playing the way golf should be played
Marcus Fraser comments on his Round 3 performance at the Hero Indian Open.
Holding on: Chawrasia still leads in India
S.S.P Chawrasia leads the Hero Indian Open by 2 strokes after Round 3. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.
Fraser, Hend among latest to punch ticket to Open
Marcus Fraser bogeyed the 72nd hole Sunday to miss out on a chance to force a playoff with Lee Westwood at the Thailand Golf Championship.
Round 3 recap: Chawrasia leads Indian Open
Catch all the action from Round 3 of the Hero Indian Open.once again, on day three of the Hero Indian Open from Delhi Golf Club . This tight tree lined layout where experience certainly counts. The first visit here for Spain's Miguel Angel, he managed a round of 71 on Saturday. He would've hoped to have gone lower. That's level par, by the way, 71. A familiar celebration, Miguel at one under, too far back, you would think though, with a round to go. Looking to make a charge on Saturday, Anirban Lahiri, the man who won in Malaysia a couple of weeks ago, India's leading player at the moment. Round of 70, not enough for him though. At five under, he'll start Sunday seven behind. Two better than that is Marcus Frasier, the Australian. Two wins on the European tour for him, for birdies no dropped shots today, he's at seven under. Siddikur, the man who's defending the Indian Open title is at ten under par. Third round 70 for him, he will be a factor on the final day. Just two behind the man who leads the tournament. SSP Chairaisy from India, he's been a runner up three times in his national open championship, hasn't won it yet. He has won twice on the European Tour and he won on the Asia Tour. At the end of last season. So, clearly very comfortable on this course. He played
Golfing World: Top 10 Fashion Disasters
We count down 10 of the worst outfits ever seen on a golf course during professional events.Russian Open, was interesting to say the least. Having just gained his European tour card that year, it was one way to announce his arrival. But even that shirt didn't put Marcus off his game in their playoff. Someone mentioned that I look like the pizza delivery man. They were just being kind, Duffy. This is Duffy Waldorf , who has been offending sartorial sensibilities, with this trademark exotic shirts and hats, for more than 20 years. I've really toned down
Fraser leads going into the final round of the Open D’Italia.
Marcus Fraser carts a 68 and leads by one shot going into the final round of the 70th Open D’Italia.that tie for 2nd is the man who calls this club home, Francesco Molinari . Started the day, tied for lead, playing the final threesome. You could only muster up a couple of birdies. He did make
Notes: World No. 51 is no place to be
Players are jockeying to get into the top 50 in the world, which gets them into the next World Golf Championship at Doral in two weeks and eventually the Masters.
Willett breaks through in Germany
Danny Willett outdueled Marcus Fraser on the fourth playoff hole to win the BMW International Open. It’s Willett’s first career victory on the European Tour. Jay Townsend brings you the final-round action from Germany.because this little tap in for Danny Wong secures him his first European Tour victory for the young Englishman. Here is your final leaderboard; Willet, a 4 hole playoff winner over Marcus Fraser, Paul McGinley has a 66 in the final round. It was an exciting final day in difficult conditions. Let's hear it from the winner.
Eagle propels Rumford to playoff victory
Brett Rumford defeated Marcus Fraser and Peter Whiteford by making eagle on the first playoff hole to win the Ballantine’s Championship. Mike Ritz brings you the exciting finish from South Korea.South Korea. It came down to a three-man playoff between Marcus Fraser, Brett Rumford , and this man, Peter Whiteford, trying to win for the first time in his European Tour career. The par-5 18th, all three hit the fairway on this reachable par-5. Whiteford flared his approach shot wide right just likeago at this event, misses it left. One right, one left; now, Brett Rumford , who double bogeyed the 17th hole to giveaway his lead. His approach on 18 is just about perfect. So Rumford who wentand obviously, that's-- and that's why I'm standing here. So, yeah. -So Brett Rumford gets his fourth career win in the European Tour , his first victory in nearly six years. Next week, we stay in Asia. It's the Volvo China Open . Our coverage begins Thursday morning. Hope you'll join us then.
Kaymer has slow start at home
Marcus Fraser and Fabrizio Zanotti lead the BMW International Open at 8 under par after opening rounds of 64. Martin Kaymer is 7 shots back after carding a 71. Jay Townsend brings you all the first-round action from Cologne, Germany.BMW International Open. I'm Jay Townsend here to recap first round coverage. Bernhard Langer the first hole, to a good start, knocked it in their close, his birdie putt. Well, it wasn't all smiles for Langer; it would be an even par 72 for the German. One German to another, former PGA Champion, Martin Kaymer, knocked it close to 13, a little swinging putt here. Kaymer would knock that in and it would be a 1-under-par 71 for Kaymer. Sergio Garcia the Spaniard, back from San Francisco. Not a great day. His birdie putt at 18 would be a sweet end to an otherwise up and down day for Sergio Garcia . John Daly two-time champion here at the BMW International Open, his tee shot at the par 3, 4th. Lots of good shots for John today, and this one would lead to birdie too and a 4-under-par round of 68. Paul McGinley pretty hot today, going along nicely; he came to the 16th at par 5. His long eagle putt, looking good all the
Watson fires 68 to make cut in Australia
Tom Watson, 63, fired a second-round 68 to make the cut at the Australian Open by a single shot.