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2019 Porsche European Open winner Paul Casey

Casey dedicates victory to Gordon Brand Junior after Porsche European Open win

SURREY’S Paul Casey dedicated an emotional 14th European Tour title to the late Gordon Brand Junior after securing his first victory in Europe in five years at the Porsche European Open. The 42-year-old, who last won on European soil at the KLM Open in 2014, carded a flawless six under par final round of 66. […]

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Stoke Park’s Conor Gough

Gough gives GB&I ‘crucial’ two-point lead against USA in Walker Cup at Hoylake

GREAT Britain and Ireland hold a two-point advantage over the United States of America at 7-5 going into the second and final day of the 47th Walker Cup at Royal Liverpool. Craig Watson’s side need six points from Sunday’s foursomes and singles matches to win back the Walker Cup after losing to the USA two […]

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Scotland’s Robert MacIntyre is looking for his first European Tour win

MacIntyre accelerates into lead at Porsche European Open after a scorching 65

ROBERT MacIntyre stormed into the Porsche European Open lead, firing a flawless seven-under par 65 to take a four-stroke advantage into the weekend after the second round in Hamburg. The 23-year-old, who started the day two strokes behind 18-hole leader Paul Casey, carded the low round of the week so far at Green Eagle Golf […]

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Rowlands Castle’s Darren Wright

Darren’s Wright way to go about tackling Hoylake and USA in the 43rd Walker Cup

AS Royal Liverpool prepares to host the 47th Walker Cup  between Great Britain and Ireland and the USA – as part of its celebration of 150 years of golf at Hoylake – ANDREW GRIFFIN spoke to the last Hampshire player to win a major domestic honour at the Merseyside course, where Tiger Woods and Rory […]

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Jordan’s reminder of Walker Cup as he tries to emulate Singh-Brar win in Bretagne

MATTHEW Jordan is looking to follow in the footsteps of his 2017 Walker Cup teammate Jack Singh Brar by winning the Open de Bretagne, which gets under way at Golf Blue Green de Pléneuf Val André on Thursday morning. The Englishman is one of several players from the 2017 Great Britain and Ireland squad to […]

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Women and Girls’ Golf Week declared another major success by England Golf

THE second staging of Women and Girls’ Golf Week proved another social media success across Great Britain and Ireland, as well as raising engagement and participation at club level, organisers have claimed. The recent awareness week, timed to coincide with the AIG Women’s British Open at Woburn, generated more than 12 million Twitter impressions through […]

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Old Tom Morris’ successor to become president of British and International Golf Greenkeeping Association

FORMER St Andrews Links Trust director of greenkeeping Gordon Moir has accepted the nomination to become vice-president of the British and International Golf Greenkeepers Association in 2020. Gordon, who retired from his position at St Andrews Links in December, will take up the deputy’s role with a view to becoming BIGGA president in 2021, as […]

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The Continent of Europe team winners of the 2019 Jacques Leglise Trophy

Wilson’s wonders are put to sword at Aldeburgh as Europe wins Jacques Léglise

THE Continent of Europe won the 2019 Jacques Léglise Trophy after defeating Great Britain and Ireland 15½-9½ at Aldeburgh Golf Club. Leading 6½-5½ at the start of play on the second day, the Europeans consolidated their lead by winning three of the four morning foursomes matches leaving them 9½-6½ up going into this afternoon’s singles […]

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Rory McIlory in the second round of the 2019 Omega European Masters

FedEx champion Rory roars up leaderboard as mountain air also suits Gavin Green

RORY McIlroy produced a blistering finish to day two of the Omega European Masters and sits just one shot off the lead heading into the weekend, at Crans-sur-Sierre Golf Club. Malaysia’s Gavin Green posted a round of 64 from the very first group of the day to set the target at 11-under par. And while […]

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Sweden’s Joakim Haeggman will make his Staysure Tour debut after turning 50

Haeggman – first Swede to play in Ryder Cup – ready for his Staysure examination

JOAKIM Haeggman has wasted no time in embarking on his Staysure Tour career and makes his over-50s debut at The Sinclair Invitational at Hanbury Manor Marriott Hotel and Country Club, just two days after turning 50. The Swede has not played in a European Tour event since the 2014 Nordea Masters, but has returned to […]

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Michael Lorenzo-Vera playing in the Omega European Masters

Lorenzo-Vera bounces back from big break in Crans as seven-up Schwab shares lead

MICHAEL Lorenzo-Vera lit up the back nine at Crans-sur-Sierre Golf Club to share the lead with Matthias Schwab at seven-under par after day one of the Omega European Masters. A host of Major Championship and multiple European Tour winners have made the trip to stunning Crans Montana this week – including World No. 2 Rory […]

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McIlroy maintains mulligan in the mountains would be marvellous despite millions

NEWLY-crowned FedEx Champion Rory McIlroy has had many incredible highs in his stellar career… but if he could take one tournament back, it would be the Omega European Masters of 11 years ago. The Northern Irishman was playing his rookie European Tour season and while he had put in some excellent performances, the then 19-year-old […]

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Renaissance Club ready to stage both men’s and ladies’ Scottish Opens again in 2020

THE Renaissance Club will again host the European Tour’s Scottish Open and the Ladies Scottish Open in 2020, with both events returning to the picturesque East Lothian venue for a second successive season. Both events will again be sponsored by Aberdeen Standard Investments – the 2020 edition of Scotland’s national men’s open will be played […]

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Fleetwood ready to climb the mountain in Crans in pursuit of second European top spot

TOMMY Fleetwood is ready for another exciting end of season run in as he arrives at the Omega European Masters for the first time since his 2017 Race to Dubai-winning season. The World No. 13 has become a model of consistency in recent years and has missed just a single European Tour cut since his […]

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Hallamshire’s England junior international golfer Barclay Brown

Brown returns to captain GB&I in Jacques Léglise Trophy clash at Aldeburgh

HALLAMSHIRE’S Barclay Brown will captain Great Britain and Ireland for a second time when they play against the Continent of Europe in the Jacques Léglise Trophy, later this month. The GB&I team, which will be managed for the third time by Stuart Wilson will be looking to defend the Jacques Léglise Trophy after they won […]

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Scotland’s Carly Booth winner of the 2019 Tipsport Czech Ladies Open

It’s seventh heaven for Carly Booth after her rollercoaster victory in Czech Ladies Open

SCOTLAND’S Carly Booth ended a seven-year wait for her third Ladies European Tour title with victory in the Tipsport Czech Ladies Open. Booth carded rounds of 68, 69 and 70 for a 54-hole total of 207, nine-under-par, to win by one at Golf Resort Karlštejn. Booth won both of her previous titles in 2012, at […]

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South Africa’s Erik van Rooyen winner of the Scandinavian Invitation

Van Rooyen gets over the line to claim maiden win at Scandinavian Invitation

ERIK van Rooyen birdied the last to overcome Matthew Fitzpatrick in a thrilling final day battle and win his first European Tour title at the Scandinavian Invitation. The South African was last season’s European Challenge Tour Graduate of the Year. Van Rooyen arrived at Hills Golf & Sports Club having finished second three times on […]

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Sheffield’s European Tour player Matt Fitzpatrick

Sheffield star Fitzpatrick looks to take a leaf out of Molinari’s Aldred book

FORMER champion Matthew Fitzpatrick holds a two-shot lead at the halfway stage of the Scandinavian Invitation. But the Sheffield star has home hero Henrik Stenson breathing down his neck after an afternoon of low scoring at Gothenberg’s Hills Golf & Sports Club. Fitzpatrick and Gothenburg native Stenson treated the huge crowds following their group to […]

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Von Dellingshausen rockets up leaderboard after 62 in 2nd round of Rolex Trophy

CALUM HILL’S hopes of earning automatic promotion to the European Tour from the Challenge Tour were dented by a superb 62 by Nicolai von Dellingshausen in the second round of the Rolex Trophy. The German recorded the joint low round of the week to hold a two-shot lead at the halfway stage at Golf Club […]

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European Challenge Tour winner Calum Hill

Hill can make it a hat-trick at Rolex Trophy and clock up promotion to European Tour

CALUM Hill will attempt to join a select number of players to seal their European Tour card at the Rolex Trophy when the action gets under way on Wednesday. The Scotsman has won twice during the 2019 European Challenge Tour season at the Euram Bank Open and the Made in Denmark Challenge. The Gleneagles pro […]

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