Maximilian Kieffer BIO
|Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open||12/07/2015||276|
|Alstom Open de France||05/07/2015||281|
|BMW International Open||28/06/2015||281|
|Irish Open Hosted by The Rory Foundation||31/05/2015||285|
|BMW PGA Championship||24/05/2015||284|
|Open de España||17/05/2015||285|
|Volvo China Open||26/04/2015||292|
News and Views
Heavy thunderstorms left about half the players in the field of the Alstom Open de France with incomplete first rounds on Thursday.
One of those, Germany’s Maximillian Kieffer, is the tentative leader at 4-under through 14 holes. Despite a double-bogey on No. 2, Kieffer had three birdies in a span of four holes at the turn and will try to…
Two years after his last European Tour title, France’s Gregory Bourdy stormed to the early lead at the Lyoness Open Thursday in Atzenbrugg, Austria.
His 7-under 65 left him two shots clear of four-way tie for second after 18 holes. He did not record a bogey on the round and was 4-under at the turn, adding three birdies in a…
Alex Noren fired a 71 on Sunday to win the Nordea Masters by 4 strokes, finishing 12-under par for the victory. It’s his second win at the tournament, following up his victory in 2011.
It’s a really big win considering Noren started 2015 on a medical extension because of tendinitis in both of his wrists.
There were few low scores on…
New day, new Swede atop the standings at the Nordea Masters.
Local boy Alex Noren fired a 5-under 67 to climb four spots to the top of the leader board at 11-under at the conclusion of three rounds.
He has a two-stroke lead over Germany’s Maximilian Kieffer, who has hung around the lead all tournament. Kieffer fired a 70 and is…
Proving he’s no one-hit wonder, 18-year-old Swede Marcus Kinhult fired a 4-under 68 to extend his lead at the Nordea Masters to two strokes on Friday.
He’s tied atop the leader board with Swede Jens Dantorp at 9-under with each man tallying a 135 through two rounds.
That lead’s two shots ahead of another Swede, Sebastian Sorderberg, and Germany’s Maximilian Kieffer,…
They came out in droves to see the native son, winner of multiple Majors, do his work.
Great work, wrong native son.
On a day when No. 1 Rory McIlroy shot his worst round of the season, 43-year-old Northern Irishman Padraig Harrington surprised the field with a 4-under 67.
He’s tied for first with German’s Maximillian Kieffer. Three months ago, Harrington snapped…