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.
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The 44-year-old pro cruised to a three-shot victory over Scotland’s Martin Laird at the PGA Tour’s season-opening Hyundai Tournament of Champions, proving he’s still a force to be reckoned with in 2012. Stricker carried a five-stroke lead into the final round, nearly stumbled into a tie, then regained […]Continue Reading →
It may not have been a major, or even a prominent European Tour event, but Sergio Garcia will take his victory since 2009. The Spaniard was simply brilliant in winning the Castello Masters by 11 shots, dedicating the triumph to the late Seve Ballesteros.
Garcia began the final round eight clear of the field at […]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 →
He didn’t make it look easy, but England’s Lee Slattery closed out all competitors to take the Bankia Madrid Masters at El Encin Golf Hotel.
Slattery’s two-shot, 54-hole lead vanished quickly on Sunday; bogeys on two of his first five holes opened the door for Cesar Monasterio and Lorenzo Gagli. Slattery steadied himself around the […]Continue Reading →
Holding a comfortable five-point lead heading into the final day’s singles matches, GB&I were assaulted by a hot Continental squad led by Thomas Bjorn. […]Continue Reading →
The 40-year-old Dane overtook three of the game’s brightest stars, along with a bevy of other challengers, with a final-round 62 to win the Omega European Masters in Switzerland. The four-shot victory followed Bjorn’s playoff win […]Continue Reading →
After completing a final-round 69 for an 11-under total, Bjorn outlasted Mark Foster, George Coetzee, Pablo Larrazabal and Bernd Wiesberger in sudden death. Wiesberger and Larrazabal fell out with bogeys on […]Continue Reading →
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