Waring cards 73 on way to T-3 finish in Malaysia
Paul Waring comments on his final round performance at the Maybank Malaysian Open.
Sick Bernd: Wiesberger storms to lead in Malaysia
Bernd Wiesberger soared into the lead with a third round 63 at the 2015 Maybank Malaysian Open.
Players seeing red numbers on Day 2 in Germany
Early Friday second-round highlights from the BMW International Open at Golf Club Gut Larchenolf in Cologne, Germany.
Highlights: Otto, two others lead Portugal Masters
Three players share the lead at 12 under par after the second round of the Portugal Masters. Dougie Donnelley has the highlights.
Highlights: Jamieson's bid for 59; Waring leads
England's Scott Waring leads the Portugal Masters after the third round. Dougie Donnelley has the highlights.needed to chip in for the first 59. If it's 1760s in European Tour History, was this to be the first 59? It would probably have [unk] the shot better, and hardly come closer. A willful smile, applause from our own [unk] but the wait for a 59 goes on. The consolation for Jamieson is that, the course rocket 60 means that he ended the day plus two after [unk]. The man who leaves is the man yet to win on the European Tour . And [unk] Paul Waring even talked to the term but then he picked up a birdie after 10th to move to one
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.