Cabrera-Bello shares lead despite double-hit
Rafa Cabrera-Bello overcomes a double-hit penalty in route to a second-round 4-under 68 Friday at BMW International Open at Golf Club Gut Larchenolf in Cologne, Germany.
Make it a double: Cabrera-Bello twice hits chip
Rafa Cabrera-Bello suffers a double-hit from the greenside rough on seventh hole Friday at BMW International Open at Golf Club Gut Larchenolf in Cologne, Germany.
Kaymer can't keep the pace in Germany
Late Friday second-round highlights before weather delayed play at the BMW International Open at Golf Club Gut Larchenolf in Cologne, Germany.
Cabrera-Bello cards 64, shares lead in Germany
Rafa Cabrera-Bello talks about his 8-under 64 Thursday at BMW International Open at Golf Club Gut Larchenolf in Cologne, Germany.
Cabrera-Bello, Willett share lead at BMW Int'l
Late Thursday first-round highlights from the BMW International Open at Golf Club Gut Larchenolf in Cologne, Germany.71 for the German. 1 under par. That was matched by Spain's Sergio Garcia , also having an excellent season. A winner in Qatar of course. 4 birdies, three bogies today for Sergio, including a lovely 1 3 at the 6th. Not a dissimilar part actually for Germany's Marcel Siem, who played with Kaymer, and like Kaymer. Comes from not too far away. And he is one shot better than his fellow German with a 2 under par round of 70. Henrik Stenson was among the afternoon starters. Interesting day for him. He birdied the first and 11 straight pars. Great drive at the par 5 13, very reachable and what a second shot from Stenson. An eagle there. Another birdie as well, and Stenson around in 68, 4 under par. But two men leading the way through the opening day, they played together. Rafa Cabrera Bello of Spain, what a shot into the 14th. Two-time European Tour winner, in Austria and in Dubai. Hardly put a foot wrong. 8 birdies, no bogies. And a round of 64 for him.
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.for the morning wave of players. Starting with the world number two, Henrik Stenson , slightly out of position at short par fall 17th. Coming out of the rough, 68 on the opening day four under par without a drop shot. A beauty there. And Stenson would add another round of 68. So all very symmetrical and he's in the clubhouse through two rounds at eight under par. To almost slip by the leader Thomas Bjorn who almost had to withdraw this week with the recurrence of his neck problems. A 66 for Thomas and he is along
Congestion ahead: 8 within two of Qatar leaders
Rafael Cabrera-Bello and Steve Webster share the lead in Qatar, but eight others are within two shots entering the final round.gets within one stroke of the co-leaders. It's Cabrera-Bello, and this man Steve Webster who also rallied with a 33 on the back nine, after a 37 on the front, Webster to 12-under-par, he has tied for the lead heading to the final round with Rafa Cabrera-Bello. And this is a very crowded leaderboard. We've got 14 players within 3 shots with one another heading to the final round at the Doha Golf Club. It all comes your way Saturday morning right here in Golf Channel live at 4:30 Eastern Time, final round of the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters, hope you'll join us then.