Poulter, Lundberg robbed of eagles on No. 7
Ian Poulter and Mikael Lundberg suffer 360 degree lip outs for eagle on the 7th hole Thursday at the 2015 British Masters.
Master and commander: Donaldson leads in Prague
Friday highlights from the 2014 D+D REAL Czech Masters, where Jamie Donaldson holds a one-shot lead.
Lead with actions: Donaldson in front after 66
Thursday highlights from the 2014 D+D REAL Czech Masters, where clubhouse leader Jamie Donaldson finished play with a 6-under round of 66.
Ramsay wins Trophee Hassan for third Euro title
Catch the action from the final round of the Trophee Hassan ll from Morocco.
Lundberg's solid play grabs lead at Lyoness Open
Friday second-round highlights from the Lyoness Open in Atzenbrugg, Austria, where Mikael Lundberg's solid 4-under 68 takes the outright lead after 36-holes.was played under blue skies and hot sunshine. It didn't really help Miguel Angel Jimenez , though, who had three double bogey sixes today. Two of them back to back at the tenth and eleventh. That was a birdie at the fourteenth. His last one to finish with a 75, and he's one over par. But Vesberger, the local favorite hit some lovely shots today including this third into the par five 16. But he did bogey the 18th, for a round of 70 and he's three under par which is six off the league. Watchman Reese Davis is back in to try to win back his main European tour card. Hit a great shot into the par three six here. His last birdie of four to finish out with 71. He's at five under par. Alongside one of the big favorites, and one of only two players today to go bogey free. From Finland was the other. Great birdie putt at the fifth for Loudon to finish with a 67. Five under. One ahead of him is the Korean, based in America,
Lundberg's long putt wins Lyoness in playoff
Mikael Lundberg shocked everyone, draining this long, winding putt to defeat Bernd Weisberger in a playoff and win the Lyoness Open in Austria.
Confident Lundberg (68) holds lead in Austria
Leader Mikael Lundberg talks about his 4-under 68 Friday at the Lyoness Open in Atzenbrugg, Austria.with a new teacher the last couple of weeks, the last month, Neil Jordan , lives in London, and we've been working a few things and makes the game a little more solid. God , good and what about, do you have a target for the weekend? Or are you just going to take it easy? No, I'm
Golfing World: Walk in the Park for Inbee, and Crane ends trophy drought
On the first GW News of the week we round up the golfing action from around the world after a busy weekend of action.and especially that it's a, I think it's a really good timing. Ben Crane has ended an almost three year wait for his fifth PGA Tour title , at the FedEx St. Jude Classic. This might bogeying the last crane held off the charge of Troy Merritt, to claim his first victory since the 2011 McGladrey classic. Mika Lundberg ended an even longer barren spell on the European Tour as he clinched the Lyoness Open in Austria this week, who had not won since the 2008 Russian Open. Sunk a 40 foot birdie putt to upset whole favorite in the playoff. And finally we end with the ladies amateur game where the USA defeated Great Britain,
Lyoness Open: Final Round Recap
Catch all the action from the final round of the Lyoness Open.it would be. Shot of the day, the second of 13 from Miguel Angel Jimenez . Looking good. Straight from the club. And straight in to the hole. Miguel Angel, High fives all the way around. A little
Lundberg (67) gets off to solid start in Austria
Co-leader Mikael Lundberg talks about his 5-under 67 Thursday at the Lyoness Open in Atzenbrugg, Austria.There has been, anything in particular. I have been working with my new coach , Niel Jordan, and Started with the last, last four weeks, and we, done some progress. It feels more, more, solid, from the
Bombs away: Lundberg drains putt, wins Lyoness
Mikael Lundberg wins the first playoff hole and the Lyoness Open with a long birdie putt.