Olesen Comments on Return to Golf
Thorbjorn Olesen comments after a first round 65 at the 2015 Afrasia Bank Mauritius Open. Watch the European Tour on Golf Channel.
Olesen among three tied at Mauritius Open
Thorbjorn Olesen, Carlos Pigem, and Jeunghun Wang are tied for the lead after first round 65s at the 2015 Afrasia Bank Mauritius Open. Watch the European Tour on Golf Channel.
'13 U.S. Am champ two back in Mauritius
2013 U.S. Amateur champion Matthew Fitzpatrick is two shots off the lead at the 2015 Afrasia Bank Mauritius Open. Watch the European Tour on Golf Channel.
Surge-ry: Olesen healthy, leads at Mauritius
Thorbjorn Olesen comments after 36 holes at the 2015 Mauritius Open. Watch the European Tour on Golf Channel.
Olesen leads by one at Mauritius Open
Thorbjorn Olesen leads Pelle Edberg by one shot after two rounds at the 2015 Afrasia Bank Mauritius Open. Watch the European Tour on Golf Channel.nearly perfect. Blue skies, light winds. A good day for low scoring. Thomas Bjorn needed to go low after a poor first round, but when he missed his putt for a par at the eight, that
Golfing World: Schwartzel's best golf shot
Charl Schwartzel provides his addition to Golfing World's My Best Shot series. Watch Golfing World every Wednesday on Golf Channel.that stands out above all others. Today it's the turn of 2011 Masters Champion , Charl Schwartzel from South Africa. Whose selection comes, not from Augusta, but instead Durban country club's 16th hole during the 2014 Volvo Golf Champions. I thought it was in, it's gone in the shrubs, so walking up there
Ahlers wins the 2015 Investec Cup
Jaco Ahlers speaks about his final round performance at the 2015 Investec Cup.a life change, it'll probably sink in this evening. But eh, after Cape Town , I've must say I've got so much going for this one, from winning in Cape Town and playing Nedbank. Yes, Sun City, it's tremendous. >. Is this going to change your plans for the future? I don't know, we'll see, I don't know, I got my Asia tour cars, so I'm going to play in Asia, this is definitely going to help with the new house we just bought, so that's perfect. What do you mean that's going to help with the new house? That's going to take you to a whole new suburb. Well, it's, I can pay cash now. Congratulations to Yaka Alas winner of the Investec Cup and the Investec Chase, the Chase to the Investec.
Coetzee leads after Round 3 of Investec Cup
George Coetzee talks about his Round 3 performance at the 2015 Investec Cup.as. Didn't really wanna hit the drivers but I can manage this golf course with a couple of three woods and three irons and I tried to do that today. Was that rollover from MoVal? What do you mean? Not, not hitting the driver well. No, I did okay there. It's just, it was just, wasn't there today. Hopefully it'll be there tomorrow but yeah, it's just the way golf works. And what some of the holes just don't suit your eye? Now they do. Especially the, a lot of the two par, pars on the back just gotta get better tee shots , that's, I guess just wasn't there today. Well, you obviously finished off with a disappointing three put, but other than that, you
European Tour adds 2 events to early '15 schedule
The European Tour on Monday announced the addition of new events in Thailand and India to its early 2015 schedule.
Golfing World: Tony Johnstone's Bunker Shot For A Victory
Former European Tour and Sunshine Tour golfer Tony Johnstone reflects on the shot which he ranks above all others in his career, which came en route to victory in QatarTony Johnston. One of the best shots I've ever played was my greenside bunker shot on the 17th hole in the final round at Qatar. It was blowing an absolute hooley. I was one ahead at that point. Yeah, I was one ahead of Robert Carson. It was only a 7-iron off the tee but it was, I mean it was just a gale. And I lost it right on the wind and it plugged in the righthand greenside bunker . Not much green to work with. Just the sort of stuff you have nightmares about. And I got in there you know,
Golfing World: Meet Justin Walters
Here we sit down with Justin Walters as he talks us through his poignant performance at the Portugal masters 2013 and takes a look ahead at a promising future.pushed on since and he's embarking on his second season on the European Tour . He's had quite a journey to get here. He was born in Johannesburg, but he's half English and he's represented England as a junior. He's study in America at North Carolina State and then turned pro in 2003. After two wins on the Sunshine Tour in his native South Africa, he graduated from the challenge tour in 2012 to join Europe's elite. Yeah, I, I certainly would consider myself a bit of a journey, journeyman. I've, I've played pretty much everywhere around the world. I really put my time in America on all the various mini-tours. But you're on the web.com and then South Africa has always been my base. I've grown most of my years around, around Sunshine Tour and it's helped me sharpen my teeth. So, yeah I've put in my dues. I've traveled a long, way far and wide. So I think I'm drawing all of those experiences to help me excel at this level. Walters won the Challenge Tours first graduate of the year award last month after his impressive debut season in Europe. Produced the likes of Martin Climber and Thomas Bjorn and Walter's nearly quickly followed in their title winning footsteps when he returned home to finish second at the Jo'burg open in
Bank on it: Donaldson leads by 3 at Nedbank
After a 6-under par 66 in the 2nd round, Welshman Jamie Donaldson finds himself with the lead by 3 over Ryan Moore and Henrik Stenson at the Nedbank Golf Challenge. Tom Abbott has the report.from the second round of the Nedbank Golf Challenge from Sun City. Jamie Donaldson opened the week with a round of 67 which he had to finish on Friday morning, putting one shot back of Sergio Garcia the start of second round but that was a shot at the opening hole. And Jamie Donaldson after a great start with a birdie at the first. On to the second hole, par 5. This was his third shot.
Golfing World: Rising star Toby Tree
Talk to rising English star Toby Tree about his bright future and being on the brink of turning pro.at the end of the year. So either a challenge or a European Tour Card. If you'd a European happy days, if you get your challenge then it's sort of a, a stepping stone towards European, so either would, would be good. Also the Sunshine Tour well in South Africa. I've spent a lot of time over there with one of my best friends, so even that tour would be a good stepping stone , a bit like the Challenge Tour a bit. Toby's reputation has spread far and wide after several wins in South Africa and a number of victories while representing