-14 Would Have Won 73 Other Masters

Justin Rose and Phil Mickelson finished four strokes behind Jordan Spieth's record-tying performance at The Masters on Sunday with matching scores of 14-under. Almost as remarkable as Spieth's finish were those two runner-up positions, considering that -14 would have won the Masters or gotten Rose and Mickelson into a playoff in 73 of its previous … Continue reading -14 Would Have Won 73 Other Masters

Charl Schwartzel Leads SA Open by 5 Strokes

Charl Schwartzel fired a 66, his best round of the tournament to date, to open up a 5-stroke lead headed into the final round of the South African Open on Saturday. Schwartzel dropped to 13-under with the fiery round, putting himself five strokes ahead of Scotland's David Drysdale and England's Matthew Fitzpatrick. Schwartzel was a … Continue reading Charl Schwartzel Leads SA Open by 5 Strokes

South African Open Championship Preview

The 2015 European Tour resumes beginning Thursday with Ernie Els playing host and ambassador for the 104th South African Open Championship, played at Glendower Golf Club in Ekurhuleni. In addition to Els, the big draw for the tournament is Charl Schwartzel, currently ranked No. 32 in the world. Els is a five-time winner of the … Continue reading South African Open Championship Preview

Branden Grace Blows Away Field for Dunhill Title

Responding to the pressure of seeing his lead shrink to a single stroke after 54 holes, South Africa's Branden Grace responded in kind on Sunday, firing a 4-under 68 to finish 20-under, winning the tournament by seven strokes. After struggling to a par 72 on Saturday with four bogeys, he cut that total in half … Continue reading Branden Grace Blows Away Field for Dunhill Title