Belgium's Thomas Pieters followed up his Saturday 62 with an impressive 65 on Sunday to win the KLM Open with a 19-under 261, his second straight win after taking the D+D REAL Czech Masters on August 30. Those are the first two European Tour victories of Pieters' career and have propelled the Belgian up to … Continue reading Pieters Wins KLM in Photo Finish
When you've got Jose Maria Olazabal mentoring you, you know you must have some real talent. Spain's Adrian Otaegui showed plenty of that talent on Friday at the Tshwane Open in South Africa, firing a 62 to drop to 11-under over the first 36 holes, taking a two-stroke lead into Saturday. The 22-year-old played his … Continue reading Young Gun Otaegui Takes Lead at Tshwane
Four under par is a good day and a great back nine. For Denmark's Morten Orum Madsen on Thursday at the Tshwane Open, it was an absolutely stunning last two holes. Madsen fired a hole-in-one on No. 8, then slipped in a 12-foot eagle putt on No. 9 to finish with a 63 on the … Continue reading Madsen’s Big Finish Forges Tie with Horsey
Rory McIlroy made it four wins in his last seven European Tour events on Sunday when he won the Omega Dubai Desert Classic with a closing round 70 to finish 22-under, three strokes ahead of Sweden's Alex Noren. Despite a lengthy layoff from golf, McIlroy hit just two bogeys against 24 birdies over the course … Continue reading Can Rory McIlroy Be Stopped?
South Africa's Jbe Kruger and England's Andy Sullivan must have gone to bed on time on New Year's Eve as the pair looked the most well-rested on Day One of the South African Open Championship Thursday in Johannesburg. Each player shot a 6-under 66 to take a one-stroke lead over a field that includes host … Continue reading Kruger, Sullivan Lead South African Open
Residents of Denmark who turned up to the first Tier I European Tour tournament inside the country's borders weren't disappointed on Thursday as native son Thomas Bjorn fired a 5-under 66 to tie for the lead at Made in Demark. Bjorn didn't make a bogey on the round, and its tied for first with Chile's … Continue reading Local Favorite Bjorn Tied For Lead at Made in Denmark
While there are plenty of international eyes on Moscow for a whole other set of reasons, the golfers of the European tour will try to focus on the links when the M2M Russian Open kicks off Thursday at the Tseleevo Golf & Polo Club. With tensions between Russia, the Ukraine and the rest of the … Continue reading European Tour Resumes in Russia for M2M Open