Brooks Koepka will wake up on Monday as the world’s best player following a dominant four-stroke victory at the CJ Cup at Nine Bridges on Jeju Island, Korea.
Brooks Koepka will carry a four-shot lead over Ian Poulter into Sunday’s final round of the CJ Cup at Nine Bridges with more than victory on the line.
Defending champion Justin Thomas will face a strong field including Louis Oosthuizen for the second playing of THE CJ CUP @ NINE BRIDGES on Jeju Island, South Korea.
A typically British affair – the British Masters won by England’s Eddie Pepperell, the weather, Justin Rose hosting, played at Walton Heath – is likely to fall off the European Tour schedule.
A second-place finish at the Japan Golf Open has helped Shaun Norris break into the top 100 as he continues to enjoy success on the course in the Far East.
Eddie Pepperell produced a gutsy closing round of 72 to hold off the challenge of Alexander Björk and win his second European Tour title of the season at the Sky Sports British Masters.
Louis Oosthuizen closed with a birdie on his 72nd hole to secure a top-five finish, six behind Marc Leishman, at the CIMB Classic in Kuala Lumpur.
Ernie Els will be on a dual mission when he heads to Asia for next week’s CIMB Classic in Malaysia and CJ CUP @NINE BRIDGES in South Korea.
Lucas Bjerregaard produced a brilliant round of 67 on the Old Course at St Andrews to reel in defending champion Tyrrell Hatton and win his second European Tour title at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
Peter Karmis went on a birdie run at Kingsbarns while South African Darren Fichardt soared with the eagles at the revered ‘Cathedral of Golf’ – the Old Course at St Andrews – with a sensational nine-under-par 63 in round two of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship Friday. Starting at the par-four 10th hole, Fichardt made birdie before picking up another… Read more →