Golfing World Flashback: Jimenez wins '14 Spanish Open
Golfing World looks back two years to when Miguel Angel Jimenez won the 2014 Spanish Open after a three way play-off with Thomas Pieters and Richard Green to become the oldest player to win on the European Tour.
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Grill Room Extra: Richard Green's wacky par-4 ace
Grill Room's Bailey Mosier brings you an insane par-4 ace made by Richard Green on the 15th hole at the Oates Victorian Open Pro-Am.This week in an Australian Pro Am, 43 year old Australian pro Richard Green got a hole in one on a par four. You will not believe how it happened. I was thinking oh, you know, this is pretty generous but, but, but my draw was on the left hand side. I mean it dead set in the bunker obviously came out and gone in. Yeah, it was fantastic. I actually saw
Home sweet home: Jimenez wins in Spain
Despite a difficult day on the course and a 1-over final round, Miguel Angel Jimenez outlasted Thomas Pieters and Richard Green in a one-hole playoff to win the 2014 Open de Espana.bogeyed the 17th. So, he was at 4 under through 18 holes. Richard Green got himself into the lead. Had a real upset at the 14th where he made a triple bogey seven. But he too came back with a birdie at 15, and Green also in at four under par. The home hero, the favorite Miguel Angel Jimenez . Second shot into the first, got off to a really good start. A birdie at the 18th hole, he had a little
Wright leads Australia; Scott 6 shots back
Highlights of second-round play from the 2014 Australian Masters at the Metropolitan Golf Club in South Oakleigh, Australia.his second day. He'll be around for the weekend as will Tasmania Matthew Goggin . This was an eagle putt at the fourth. And he wasn't on the mark with this, but he would eventually tap that in for a birdie. He shot three under par 69 as too did another Matthew, Matthew Griffin. Here's his little chip at the eighth, his third. He too coming up with a 69, and puts himself into contention for the weekend. Richard Green now, the Melburnian, at the par five eighth, just about the shot of the day. Landing it on the dance floor andQueensland, leading by two. From Paul Spargo, South Australia. Todd Sinnot and Richard Green in a tie for third, at six under. And of the other Big Nines, Geoff Ogilvy is at four under. Adam Scott is at three under. It should be a great weekend at the Masters.
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Video: Green aces par-4 after ball pops out of bunker
Richard Green made a hole-in-one on a par-4 on the Australasian Tour, after his ball popped out of a bunker.
Olesen builds 3-shot lead at Perth International
Catch all the action from Round 3 of the ISPS HANDA Perth International.a look at some of the moments that mattered. And here is David Drysdale rolling in a birdie putt here at the third on the way to a 71, and that will take him to minus ten. And also on that score of minus ten at the end of three rounds is Australia's Richard Green , on the tee here at the fifth. The par three measuring 193 meters, and Richard Green coming up with the second birdie of the day for him on a the way to a 70 line, had a lot more than that. What a day it was for the American, rolling in a birdie putt there at 15. He shot the round of the day at 65. James Morrison was four worse than that with a 69.
Olesen trails Whiteford at Perth International
Thorbjorn Olesen trails Peter Whiteford at Perth International. Watch the European Tour on Golf Channel.one at ten. And he's put himself in the mix as to Charl Schwartzel . Didn't look like it was the greatest of days for the South African early on. He made three bogeys in the first five holes, but then his undaunted class started to tell like that second shot to ten setting up a birdie. Peter Wyford on. His ninth hole, the 18th hole daunting finishing hole. It's been the toughest hole on the golf course for the first couple of days. Try telling that to Peter Whitford. He came up with a beauty, but unfortunately couldn't make his birdie there. Richard Green made plenty of those. He opened with a 68 yesterday. And the Melbournian- with shots like that- at his sixteenth hole is
Golfing World: Jimenez secures home glory; Scott new No. 1
In today’s GW News we bring you all the latest from the world’s biggest tours, including Jimenez’s victory in Spain. We also bring you the news that Adam Scott has officially become the world’s top ranked player.Hi, I'm Will Dalton and this is GW News. We start with Adam Scott who has dislodged Tiger Woods as the world's number one golfer. Scott who did not play this week. I've been second to Woods for a total of 38 weeks. But finally surpassed the 14 time major winner to become only the second Australian, after Greg Norman, to achieve the feat. He's next in action at this weeks Crown Plaza invitational at Colonial. To matters on the course now, and to Miguel Angel him and his victory at the Open Day Spaniard. The Spaniard edged out Thomas Peters and Richard Green in a playoff to finally secure his home open at the 27th time of asking. At 50 years and 133 days, Jimenez also beat his own record of oldest winner on tour, and his 21st title in all. From a season to a first time winner as Brendon Todd picked up his first ever PGA tour win at the Byron Nelson Championship. The 28 year old's final round 66 meant he finished 14 under par in Texas to edge out Mike Weir who himself was looking for his first victory since 2007. To the LPGA where Lizette Salas secured her first title at the