Rumford leads by 1 in China
Brett Rumford leads the Volvo China Open by 1 over Mikko llonen at 12 under par. Steve Burkowski brings you the 3rd round highlights from China.
Rumford wins China Open for back-to-back titles
Brett Rumford captured the Volvo China Open for his second win in as many weeks and his fifth title on the European Tour. Rumford fired a 4-under 68 in the final round to defeat Mikko Ilonen by four shots. Steve Burkowski brings you the highlights.
Guan's old news: 12-year-old playing Euro event
China's Ye Wocheng, 12, will make history this week as the youngest ever to play in a European Tour event.
Ye, 12, misses cut after back-to-back 79s
Making history as the youngest player in a European Tour event, 12-year-old Ye Wocheng missed the cut at the Volvo China Open.
Ye, 12, shoots 79 in European Tour debut
Making history as the youngest to ever compete in a European Tour event, 12-year-old Ye Wocheng opened with 79 at the Volvo China Open.
Chinese pre-teen Ye, 12, qualifies for Euro Tour event
Wocheng Ye, 12, became the youngest player to qualify for a European Tour event, punching his ticket to the China Open in May.
Thirteen-year-old making history on European Tour
Guan Tian-lang will make European Tour history this week, becoming the youngest player to compete in a sanctioned event.
Guan, 13, shoots 77 in opening round of Volvo China
There was no fairy tale start for Guan Tian-lang in the Volvo China Open, who opened in 5-over 77.
Grace garners third win of the season
Branden Grace won for the third time in 15 European Tour events this season, taking the Volvo China Open by three shots.
Big Names Trailing in China
Michael Lorenzo-Vera of France shot 5-under 67 Thursday for a one-stroke lead after the first round of the China Open.
Austrias Brier Captures China Open
4/15/07 -- Austrian Markus Brier shot a final-round four-under 67 to win the China Open by five strokes Sunday.
Lynn Moves One Clear at China Open
4/14/06 -- David Lynn, who battled a groin problem for the second day in a row, posted a 5-under 67 in the second round to take a one-stroke lead.