Louis Oosthuizen, Branden Grace and Charl Schwartzel all dropped one spot in the latest world rankings with Spain’s number one Jon Rahm the big winner.
Spain’s Jon Rahm continues his meteoric rise up the world rankings as he moved into third spot to become the fourth youngest player to reach the mark.
Jordan Smith shot a flawless third round 67 to claim the lead in a European Tour event for the first time at the Porsche European Open.
Brandon Stone confirmed his ability to contend at the highest level with a seven-shot victory at the Alfred Dunhill Championship on Sunday, where he birdied the 18th for a 22 under par total. The 23 year old made six bogeys in four rounds at Leopard Creek, where he posted 67, 66, 66, 67 for his second European Tour win, following… Read more →
Brandon Stone arrived at Leopard Creek fresh off a tied-second finish in his title defence of the Cape Town Open. He continued the good form with a Thursday round of 67 to lead early in the first round of the Alfred Dunhill Championship.
Jaco van Zyl shot 69 in the first round of the DP World Tour Championship at Jumeirah Golf Estates on Thursday to share seventh place early into the European Tour’s season finale.
Sweden’s Alex Noren coasted to a two-stroke victory at the British Masters with a Sunday round of 69 at The Grove to finish the tournament at 18 under par. The world number 18 triumphed at the Scottish Open and European Masters earlier this year, and capped off his incredible season with a third trophy on Sunday. He shot 67 on… Read more →
Richard Sterne shot 67 on Saturday at The Grove to share third place after 54 holes at the Britsh Masters and set himself within four strokes of the lead. The six-time European Tour champion has made a total of four bogeys this week, which helped him to reach 12 under par going into Sunday. Sweden’s Alex Noren led the tournament… Read more →
Justin Walters is 105th in the Race to Dubai, and the top 110 keep their cards at the end of the season. There are three events left before the Finals Series begins, so it’s an important time of the year to be performing. The South African dug deep on Friday at The Grove and shot a three under par 68… Read more →
Andy Sullivan rocketed to fame when he beat Charl Schwartzel at the SA Open two years ago. He won the Joburg Open a month later and launched his international career, culminating in his playing the Ryder Cup at Hazeltine. This week he’s back on the European Tour for the British Masters, where he’s going to enjoy local support. ‘Any time… Read more →