Kingston Wins SAA Open
James Kingston wins for hometown crowd in South Africa.
Fantasy Challenge: Pebble Beach, Omega Dubai picks - Group 3 & 4
actually pretty easy too. When you go down the list, James Kingston stood out to me. He is 2 for 2 so far in the dessert ..... Hansen? I mean, Tiger runner-up last year alongside James Kingston - 12th place finish, 14th place finish last two starts
Simon Says 66
years. Remember in 2006 he won 3 times on the tour. James Kingston , twice the winner. This is his tee shot at the 8th ..... ever win that title. Rhys Davies, Felipe Aguilar, James Kingston all 1 behind. Christian Nilsson is in there and so
Expert picks: Omega Dubai Desert Classic
dating back to 2007. Group 3: James Kingston : Finished tied for runner-up ..... inside the top 50. Group 3: James Kingston : The South African is 2-for ..... last two visits here. Group 3: James Kingston : While tempted by 2011 Asian
McIlroy three off pace at KLM Open
at the KLM Open on Saturday. McIlroy finished with a 2-under 68 and is in eighth place after the third round. James Kingston of South Africa and Garry Orr of Scotland each had a 66 and are tied for the lead. Kingston started with a double
Tiger (66) co-leads after 54 holes
in the picture. Francesco Molinari (66) and Paul Lawrie (68) also were tied for third. George Coetzee (65), James Kingston (67), overnight leader Thorbjorn Olesen (71) and Jean-Baptiste Gonnet (69) were another shot back. The two
Daly chasing Lawrie at Qatar Masters
Champions in January. Peter Hanson of Sweden (69) and Ricardo Gonzalez of Argentina (67) were two shots off the lead. James Kingston of South Africa (69) and Simon Kahn of England (68) – who eagled his final hole – are three shots back with
Dyson wins third KLM Open in six years
countryman David Lynn by one shot. Dyson began the day two shots behind joint third-round leaders Gary Orr and James Kingston , but birdied four of the last seven holes to finish with a 12-under total of 268 for his second title of the year
Khan cards 66 to grab lead in Portugal
The 39-year-old Englishman leads Rhys Davies of Wales, Felipe Aguilar of Chile and first-round leader James Kingston of South Africa by a shot going into the weekend. The 219th-ranked Khan has twice won European Tour events but has had
Bjorn, seeking fourth title of 2011, one back in Portugal
VILAMOURA, Portugal – South African golfer James Kingston shot an 8-under 64 to take a one-shot lead after the opening round of the Portugal Masters on Thursday. Kingston leads five
- Garcia apologizes to Woods; comment 'stupid'
- Tiger: Sergio remark 'hurtful, inappropriate'
- Garcia makes 'fried chicken' Tiger remark
- Sergio sponsor TMaG: Comment 'offensive'
- Colonial reax: Garcia's comments | Singh, anchoring
- USGA, R&A ban anchored stroke | Explanation
- Infographic: What's legal, illegal | Timeline
- Z. Johnson, Dufner reunited at Colonial | Tee times
- Fowler, Mahan to donate to tornado relief efforts
- Fantasy: BMW PGA, Crowne Plaza power rankings
- McIlroy denies G-Mac rift, mum on management
- Simpson wants bifurcation | Clark's take