Thorbjorn Olesen’s first European Tour win didn’t come without a challenge, but the Dane was up to the task at the Sicilian Open. Olesen’s final-round 69 gave him a 15-under par total, one better than hard-charging Englishman Chris Wood.
The oddsmakers liked Olesen’s chances entering the event, listing him among the favorites at 33/1. […]Continue Reading →
Michael Hoey won the Trophee Hassan II in Morocco on the strength of back-to-back 65s, outlasting Damien McGrane to claim his fourth European Tour victory.Continue Reading →
Julien Quesne earned his first European Tour victory in style, ripping a 4-iron to 6 feet on the final hole and holing the birdie putt for a two-shot win at the Open de Andalucia in Spain. Quesne became the 400th different winner on the tour since its inception in 1972.
Quesne, from France, matched […]Continue Reading →
McIlroy won the Honda Classic at PGA National Resort in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, with a 12-under-par total, […]Continue Reading →
Rory McIlroy’s ascension to golf’s throne will have to wait. America’s Hunter Mahan saw to that with a 2 and 1 victory in the final of the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship on Feb. 26.Continue Reading →
With many of the tour’s top players taking the week off or playing in the U.S., Kruger entered as one of the top picks on 25/1 odds. The 25-year-old proved […]Continue Reading →
Rafael Cabrera-Bello upstaged Lee Westwood to win the Omega Dubai Desert Classic, closing with a 68 to beat Westwood and Stephen Gallacher by a stroke.Continue Reading →
Lawrie previously won in Qatar in 1999, the same year he claimed the Claret Jug as Open Champion. His latest victory was an emotional one, […]Continue Reading →
Few gave Robert Rock a chance to outlast Tiger Woods in the final round of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship, let alone beat challengers including Rory McIlroy. But the unsung pro did just that Sunday, claiming the biggest win of his career with a 2-under 70 and one-shot victory.
Paired with Woods in […]Continue Reading →
They say winning breeds winning, and Branden Grace is proving it’s true. The young South African defeated a pair of his vaunted countrymen to claim the Volvo Golf Champions and open 2012 with back-to-back victories.
Grace, 23, became the first player to begin a European Tour season with consecutive wins since Fred Couples in […]Continue Reading →
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