Cabrera-Bello leads, Kaymer misses cut in Munich
Highlights from second-round play from the 2015 BMW International Open, where Rafa Cabrera-Bello leads by one shot at 12-under-par. Watch the European Tour on Golf Channel.
Uihlein among Rd. 2 winners at PL Match Play
Peter Uihlein beat Matt Fitzpatrick after 19 holes in the second round of the 2015 Saltire Energy Paul Lawrie Match Play. Watch highlights from the Murcar Links in Aberdeen, Scotland.
MD Headlines: John Daly in the hunt at Pebble Beach
John Daly is in contention after shooting an opening round 65 at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. Golf Channel's Bailey Mosier brings you the latest news from the world of golf.
A bunch of Hoey: Back-nine 29 leads to 66
Michael Hoey talks about his blazing back-nine 29 to shoot a 5-under 66 Thursday at the 2014 Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open on the links of Royal Aberdeen.
Karlsson, Hoey, Riu qualify for British Open
Robert Karlsson, Michael Hoey and Victor Riu qualified for the British Open through their placings in the French Open on Sunday.
Near ace, eagle hole-out and course record in Thailand
Michael Hoey shot a course-record 64 to take the first-round lead at the 2015 True Thailand Classic.Had a fascinating opening day, among the favorites. Pre-tournament favorite anyway. Denmark's Thomas Bjorn , European rider cup star, 15 European tour events and a beautiful tee shot. Almost a hole in one at the 3rd, the par three having started at the 10th hole. He went eventually around in 69, three under, matched by this man Thongchai Jaidee on home soil in Thailand. A birdie for him at the fourth as well. And, also as I say a 69 to another veteran. Miguel Angel Jimenez , around I beg your pardon, 51 years of age and the highlight of his round today, his second into the par four
Hoey shoots course-record 64 to lead in Thailand
Michael Hoey leads the 2015 True Thailand Classic after a first-round 64.a few corners and can reach the par fives. So the, the golf course did suit me and I saw that in the program yesterday. Yeah no bogey's it's been a long time since I've had
MD Headlines: Tiger Woods tournament ready?
Bailey Mosier brings you the latest news in golf, including Tiger Woods' statement, Dustin Johnson appearance in Pro-Am with future father-in-law Wayne Gretzky and Michael Hoey leads the True Thailand Classic. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.After withdrawing from last week's Farmers Insurance Open due to back pain, Tiger Woods released a statement on Wednesday stating quote, this latest injury is not related to my previous surgery. I am having daily physical therapy, and I am feeling better everyday. Woods also mentioned in the statement, that he will not be playing in the Honda Classic unless his game is quote, tournament ready. The 14 time Major winner does expect to be playing again very soon. Eight time PGA. Tour winner Dustin Johnson will be paired alongside future father-in-law, Wayne Gretzky and Jordan Spieth for this week's AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. Johnson is making his second start of 2015 after returning from a six month leave of absence. The 30 year old won the 2009 and 2010 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am and finished tied for second last season. First round coverage begins at 3 p.m. Eastern today on Golf Channel . Northern Ireland's Michael Hoey shot an opening round 64 to take a one stroke lead after the first round of the True Thailand Classic. Hoey's bogey free round on Thursday set the course record at Black Mountain Golf Club. 12 players are within three shots of the lead, including American David Lipsky and Spain's Miguel Second round coverage continues on Golf Channel at 5:30am Eastern time on Friday. That's it for this edition of morning drive headlines. Remember, GolfChannel.com is your place for all
Early birds: Canizares' 62 in Rd. 1 leads Morocco
Alejandro Canizares cards 11 birdies on his way to 10-under 62 to lead by one after the first round of Trophee Hassan II at Golf du Palais Royal in Agadir, Morocco.The golf course inside the palace walls here in Agadir is always in immaculate condition. When you add in virtually perfect weather, it makes for a very entertaining days golf. And that's what we had here in the opening round of the Trophée Hassan II, particularly for Alexander Levy of France. Straight in for a hole in one at the second. Oh! Celebrations for the Frenchman. He went on to record a round of 70, two under par. The defending champion here is Marcel Siem, who got off to a flying start. Five birdies in his first six holes. Lost his way a little bit in the middle, and then finished with a birdie, for a 69, three under par. Didn't look too happy about it, but it wasn't a bad day's work for the German. Michael Hoey played one of the shots of the day. He's become a very consistent player, the Irishman, holding out for an eagle at the par five, 17th. Round of 68 for Michael, four under par. Former winner here, of course, Seve Benson recorded the best round of his European Tour career. This on the ninth, his closing hole, setting up a closing birdie. Four birdies in a row to finish for the Englishman and a splendid 63 for 9 under, but that wasn't good enough to lead in a day of low scoring. This is Alejandro Cañizares, just the one win on the European tour for the Spaniard. Judging it beautifully at the fifth, and set up one of eleven birdies on Cañizares' card today. This was at the seventh, his sixteenth, judging the line beautifully. And there was another one to come at the eighth, his seventeenth hole, after this tee shot , at a tough par three. Won in only his third start in the Russian Open back in 2006, hasn't managed a win
Hoey leaves Horizon due to McIlroy star treatment
Days after winning his fourth European Tour title at the Trophee Hassan II, Ulsterman Michael Hoey has decided to end his relationship with Horizon Sports Management.
Hoey a late DQ after calling penalty on himself
Michael Hoey thought he had made his first career cut in a major -- until he later called a penalty on himself and was disqualified.