Former NCAA champ Pieters cards 65 in Abu Dhabi
Thomas Pieters shot 65 in the first round of the 2015 Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship.
Getting interesting: Jimenez two back in Spain
Miguel Angel Jimenez trails Thomas Pieters by two heading into the final round of the 2014 Open de Espana.
Horsey extends lead by 2 shots at Russian Open
Friday highlights from the 2014 M2M Russian Open at Tseleevo Golf & Polo Club, where England's David Horsey extended his lead by two shots.
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.
Jimenez two off lead in Open de Espana
Miguel Angel Jiménez continued his solid play of late on Saturday, shooting a 69 in the third round of the Open de Espana, leaving him just two shots behind leader Thomas Pieters.
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