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 →
On the strength of rounds of 67-66-65, Grace held a three-stroke lead on -17 entering the finale. His closest challengers, George […]Continue Reading →
If there’s one thing better than winning a big event on home soil, it’s successfully defending your title. Louis Oosthuizen enjoyed the sweet taste of consecutive victories by claiming the Africa Open with a 27-under-par total, good for a two-shot margin at East London Golf Club in South Africa. The tournament kicked off the […]Continue Reading →
After opening a three-shot lead on the back nine Sunday, Otto skidded to three bogeys in a four hole stretch from 13-16. He steadied himself, however, to birdie the par-4 17th and […]Continue Reading →
Luiten earned his victory at the Iskandar Johor Open in Malaysia. The Dutchman was one stroke better than Sweden’s Daniel Chopra, finishing 15-under on the strength of a final-round 65. The event […]Continue Reading →
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