When all is said and done, Justin Rose’s victory may prove the least memorable occurrence from the 2012 WGC-Cadillac Championship.
Of course, Rose would beg to differ. The 31-year-old Englishman captured perhaps the biggest win of his career, a one-shot triumph over Bubba Watson. But even Rose was surprised that a final-round 70 and […]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 →
While the world focused on a duel between Luke Donald and Rory McIlroy, Spain’s Alvaro Quiros stole the show – and the title – at the Dubai World Championship. He may have stolen a piece of Paul Lawrie’s heart too, with a final-hole eagle to earn a two-shot victory.
Donald and McIlroy entered the […]Continue Reading →
If this is how Rory McIlroy plays when he’s worn out, imagine what’s in store once he’s rested.
Despite a 10-week run of tournaments he said “definitely hasn’t helped me be fresh,” the 22-year-old U.S. Open champ closed with a 65 to win the UBS Hong Kong Open. McIlroy holed out from a bunker […]Continue Reading →
Well, that didn’t take long.
In just his third event as a pro, England’s Tom Lewis won the Portugal Masters with a sensational final-round 65. The 20-year-old finished 21-under par and two clear of Rafael Cabrera-Bello.
Lewis began the final round four shots behind Cabrera-Bello at Oceanico Victoria Golf Course, and was staring up at […]Continue Reading →
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