Golfing World: Looking back at Nelson Mandela Championship
Golfing World speaks to several key figures about the Nelson Mandela Championship.
Jamieson narrowly misses European Tour history
Scott Jamieson came very close to carding a 59 during the third round of the Portugal Masters. Dougie Donnelley has the highlights.
Continental shift: Europe claims Seve Trophy 15-13
Highlights from Day 4 of the 2013 Seve Trophy where Continental Europe defeated Great Britain and Ireland to take the trophy for the first time since 2000.
Seve Trophy: Lynn, Jamieson defeat Molinari, Manassero
Highlights from the Seve Trophy 2013 day 2 finds GB&I 4 1/2 to Europe 5 1/2.
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
Cloud nine: GB&I, Europe tied heading into Sunday singles
Highlights from Day 3 of the 2013 Seve Trophy finds GB&I and Europe tied at 9.triumphed 2 in 1 against their old adversaries this week. Match 2, Marc Warren and Jamie Donaldson playing against Thorbjorn-- excuse me, Thomas Bjorn and Mikko Ilonen with Donaldson draining it at the 16th to go 2-up with 2 to go. The 17th, Warren in for the birdie so they win 2 and 1. -Great Britain and Ireland win 2 and 1. -Good win there for the Welsh-Scottish combination. Thomas Bjorn denied again. What about Bourdy and Luiten? Unbeaten so far. This was Luiten to the 8th. They went 2-up at that point,
Oosthuizen victorious in South Africa
Louis Oosthuizen shot a final round 66 to win the Volvo Golf Champions by 1 over Scott Jamieson at 16 under par. Mike Ritz brings you all the final round action from Durban.wrap up the final round of the Volvo Golf Champions. It's the European Tour in Durban, South Africa. Louis Oosthuizen started the day 5-shots off the lead. He tied for second. But he started his rally on the second hole on his way to a 4-under-par 32, the best front nine of the day. The man he was chasing, Scott Jamieson. He birdied 3 and 4, but he let Louis right back into the tournament with this tee shot on number 5 left to left deep into the African bush. It would lead to a double bogey. Meantime, Louis after histhe lead. In the very next hole, the toughest hole on the golf course , Louis Oosthuizen with the best approach shot of the week on the par-4, 11th. He follows it up with a perfect putt for a
Logjam at KLM Open; Hanson, Colsaerts lurking
Graeme Storm, the overnight leader, is joined by Pablo Larrazabal, Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano and Scott Jamieson at 12 under to share the lead at the KLM Open after Saturday's third round. Steve Burkowski recaps Moving Day from the Netherlands.
Jamieson leads by 5 in South Africa
Scott Jamieson shot a 68 on moving day to take a 5 shot lead at the Volvo Golf Champions. Mike Ritz highlights day 3 from Durban.a 67th to get on the tie for second. In the meantime, Thongchai Jaidee has started off brilliantly. He birdied at two and three. He would actually get himself a two-stroke lead, but he would play