Luke Donald solidified his spot atop the world rankings with a victory at the Barclays Scottish Open. With a final-round 63 and four-shot margin in the rain-shortened event, Donald also marked himself the man to beat at this week’s Open Championship at Royal St. George’s.
After torrential rains drenched the Castle Stuart course and forced […]Continue Reading →
His once-comfortable lead having disappeared, Steve Stricker stood over a near-impossible fairway bunker shot on the 72nd hole of the John Deere Classic, needing par to make a playoff with Kyle Stanley.
Stricker not only delivered a sensational approach, he topped it by holing a 25-foot putt from the fringe to claim the title – […]Continue Reading →
An emotional Thomas Levet won the Alstom Open de France on Sunday, becoming just the second French winner since 1972. Levet’s steady final round of 70 was good for a one-shot victory over Thorbjørn Olesen and Mark Foster.
Levet tamed the difficult Le Golf National course – recently picked to host the 2018 Ryder Cup […]Continue Reading →
In the battle to be called America’s top golfer, score another one for Nick Watney. The 30-year-old Californian separated himself from a crowded field to win the AT&T National by two shots, his second victory of the season and further proof of Watney’s emergence as an elite talent.
Watney entered the final round at Aronimink […]Continue Reading →
Sergio Garcia’s return to relevance was nearly completed with a victory, but the one-time phenom was stymied by fellow Spaniard Pablo Larrazabal at the BMW International Open in Munich.
Larrazabal’s par at the fifth playoff hole earned him a second European Tour victory — at the expense of a man Larrazabal called “one of my […]Continue Reading →
Ryan Moore gave Fredric Jacobson all he could handle for 17 holes in the final round of the Travelers Championship. On the 18th, Moore gift-wrapped Jacobson’s first PGA Tour victory.
Moore’s lipped-out, 4-foot par putt on the last dropped him from a tie with Jacobson at 20-under par, allowing Jacobson to win outright with a […]Continue Reading →
Rory McIlroy wasn’t the only one coasting to victory this weekend. Australian Matt Zions romped to a seven-stroke win at the Saint-Omer Open for his first European Tour triumph.
With most of Europe’s top players competing in the U.S. Open, Zions took advantage. He opened with a 68 on the difficult Saint Omer GC in […]Continue Reading →
Rory McIlroy said goodbye to his Augusta ghosts and hello to a new level of golf stardom with a stunning eight-shot victory at the U.S. Open.
The 22-year-old Northern Irishman, just two months removed from a final-round collapse that cost him the U.S. Masters, gave his pursuers no quarter this time. Steadily piling up an […]Continue Reading →
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