Jordan Spieth Rises To World #3
6/26/2017
After sliding as far as sixth in the Official World Golf Rankings, Jordan Spieth is back up to No. 3 in the world today after his playoff victory at the Travelers Championship on Sunday. Dustin Johnson remains No. 1 for a 12th straight week at 12.6075 average points, chased by Hideki Matsuyama a...
Andres Romero Wins BMW
6/25/2017
Argentina’s Andres Romero fired a closing-round 65 to finish at 17-under, clinching the BMW International Open on Sunday, his first European Tour win in 10 years. It was a staggering turn of events for the man who has not made a regular Euro Tour appearance since the 2012 BMW Masters. His last t...
BMW International Open
6/24/2017
European Tour megastars Segio Garcia and Henrik Stenson are in the hunt at the BMW International Open through two rounds. Stenson’s fellow Swede Joakim Lagergren and France’s Joel Stalter lead the tournament at 9-under, with Garcia, Stenson, and four others tied for third at 8-under. It’s Gar...
Ranking Updates
6/14/2017
St. Jude Classic champion Daniel Berger has risen to No. 24 in the world following his victory at the tournament on Sunday. He was previously ranked No. 43. Dylan Frittellli, winner of the Lyoness Open, rose from 104th to 76th with his inaugural win on the European Tour. There was small movem...
US Open Tee Times
6/13/2017
If you’re a fan of Jordan Niebruge, Taylor Gooch, or Kevin Dougherty, get your alarm clock cued up – those three kick off the US Open at 6:45 a.m. on No. 1. The biggest pairing of the day – the last three winners of the tournament -takes place at 8:35 a.m. on the back nine when No. 1 Dustin John...
Frittelli Wins Lyoness Open
6/11/2017
South Africa’s Dylan Frittelli won his first European Tour event at the Lyoness Open Sunday, riding a 5-under in the final round to finish 12-under, edging three other players by a single stroke. He rode up the leaderboard as Chile’s Felipe Aguilar was tumbling down. Despite leading after 18, 36...
Aguilar Leads Day 1 Lyoness
6/9/2017
Chile’s Felipe Aguilar fired an opening-round 65 to take a 2-stroke lead after 18 holes at the Lyoness Open on Thursday. He leads South Africa’s Jaco Van Zyl, Ashley Chesters, and Sweden’s Johan Carlsson by two strokes apiece. Aguilar as on fire early on, birdying five of the first seven holes a...
Summerhays Takes Lead At Memorial
6/4/2017
Jason Dufner’s huge lead vanished in a flurry of bogeys, giving Daniel Summerhays the opening to take over the lead at The Memorial on Saturday. Dufner fell apart with four straight bogeys on the front nine and put two balls in the water on the back nine, finishing with a 77. After setting a 36...
Paratore Wins Nordea Master
6/4/2017
Italy’s Renato Paratore fought off a hard-charging Matthew Fitzpatrick to take the Nordea Masters by one stroke on Sunday, his first European Tour title. The 20-year-old Pasatore won’t be 21 until mid-December. An untimely double-bogey on No. 3 kept Fitzpatrick from least forcing a playoff. Oth...
Chris Wood Up 1 At Nordea Masters
6/4/2017
The UK’s Chris Wood fired a second straight 68 on Saturday, putting him one stroke ahead of Italy’s Renato Paratore and France’s Benjamin Hebert. Paratore shot a 2-under 71 and Hebert a 3-under 70. Wood has heated up since starting the tournament with a 74. Wood was at his best to start the bac...
Memorial Round 2
6/3/2017
Jason Dufner fired his second consecutive 7-under 65 Friday to reach -14 under at The Memorial, opening up a 5-stroke lead over his nearest competitor. His 7-under was the best round of the day, a stroke better than Rickie Fowler, who fired a 6-under 66 to climb 10 spots to third place at 8-unde...
Dufner/Lingmerth Lead Memorial
6/2/2017
It takes a lot for a Swedish national to pass up playing in the Nordea Masters. The Swedes love their native sons and support golf passionately. After one round at The Memorial in Muirfield however, it appears that Sweden’s David Lingmerth is making the right choice this weekend. Lingmerth fi...
Tiger DUI Video Hits Internet
6/2/2017
If we were all judged by the worst day of our lives, if that day was somehow recorded on video, then promoted across the world as your worst day ever, and made available for anyone with the Internet to watch, rewatch, comment and judge … well none of us would ever leave the house. But Tiger Woo...
Nordea Masters Day 1
6/2/2017
England’s Max Orrin and Italy’s Renato Paratore are the leaders in the clubhouse after the first day of the Nordea Masters. The pair each shot a 5-under 68. Orrin looked like he was in trouble early, double-bogeying No. 3, but bouncing back with birdies on 5, 6, and 8. He added birdies on 11, 14...
Nordea Masters Day 2
6/2/2017
Wales’ Jamie Donaldson fired a second straight 69 to open up a two-stroke lead at the Nordea Masters through 36 holes. Donaldson is 8-under par, two strokes ahead of Italy’s Renato Paratore, who followed up his Thursday 68 with a 1-under 72 on Friday. Day One co-leader Max Orrin fell back to a t...