Second helpings for McGowan?
He was almost better in every single one of them. Ross McGowan , the one player who is ahead of Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano, 65 for Gonzalo, but it was a 64 for Ross McGowan , almost holing his 3rd at the 18th. So we will look
Sergio trails at home
front nine-- on the back nine from the 11th. And in 66, he is a couple behind heading into day two. Then chasing Ross McGowan , he's 163rd in the Race to Dubai. He needs to play well over the closing stretch in order to avoid a trip to the
Lee-ping up the leaderboard
But, this is a whole different ball game on the main tour. The Bankia Madrid Masters Saturday off coverage at 8 a.m. Eastern Time with Slattery with a one-shot lead. Francesco Molinari, Ross McGowan and Luke Donald in the mix.
Sergio leads in Spain
So that would set up a birdie opportunity to get to 9-under par and, at the time, he would be a 1-shot lead. Ross McGowan was hanging around at the top. McGowan rounded 70 today following his 64 in round 1. So, after that birdie at the
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E 71 68 74 213 T39 Barrett Kelpin E 73 72 68 213 T39 John Hahn E 70 68 75 213 T44 Brendan Kelly +1 72 70 72 214 T44 Ross McGowan +1 71 72 71 214 T44 Gator Todd +1 71 73 70 214 T44 Dustin Bray +1 67 72 75 214 T44 John Griffin +1 75 70 69 214
Donald loses ground on Day 2 in Madrid
and then I played the easy ones poorly. A couple of bad swings, really. “ First-round leader and 2009 champion Ross McGowan of England followed his opening 64 with a level-par 72 to remain eight under. “I struggled a bit on the greens. They
Garcia surges into lead at Castello Masters
Sweden also finished with a 63 after an opening 69 and is two shots off the lead. Scotland’s Gary Orr, England’s Ross McGowan and Australia’s Marcus Fraser are two shots further back. “It didn’t feel that good on the range,” Noren
No. 1 Donald trails No. 492 McGowan in Madrid
MADRID – English golfer Ross McGowan shot an 8-under par 64 to hold a one-shot lead after the opening round of the Madrid Masters on Thursday. McGowan, whose
Spanish streak continues in Dubai
October when Lee Slattery became the third straight Englishman to win the Madrid Masters, preceded by Luke Donald and Ross McGowan . Last May, Luke Donald became the third Englishman in a row to win the BMW PGA Championship. Simon Khan and Paul
Spain's Garcia three back in Castello Masters
CATELLON, Spain – Ross McGowan shot a 7-under 64 on Thursday to take a two-shot lead after the opening round of the Castello Masters. The Englishman, ranked No
Running blog: WGC-Accenture Match Play Day 1
Just twice since the Match Play began in 1999 has the No. 1 seed lost to the No. 64 seed. Steve Stricker lost to Ross McGowan in 2010 when Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson missed the event and in 2002 Peter O’Malley beat Woods. 3:35 p.m
Garcia takes huge lead in Spain
back rounds after a 63 Friday. Thongchai Jaidee shot a 66 and was his closest challenger, with first-round leader Ross McGowan (69) another stroke behind. Defending champion Matteo Manassero of Italy shot a 71 to trail Garcia by 14 strokes
Fun facts heading into Match Play's second round
1 overall seed has been unseated in Round 1, the No. 64 player in the field falls in the second round. In 2010, Ross McGowan lost to Ryo Ishikawa in the second round. In 2002, Peter O’Maley fell to Nick Price after dropping Tiger Woods
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