World No 8 Henrik Stenson will bring his Major appeal to South Africa once again when he returns to the Nedbank Golf Challenge hosted by Gary Player, from 9-12 November.
Henrik Stenson kept making birdies on the back nine Sunday at the Wyndham Championship. They added up to a tournament record – and his first victory of the year.
Dean Burmester relished the chance he got to play the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship and on Friday shot 70 to join the top 20 going into the weekend. The 27 year old missed his European Tour card after finishing 39th at Final Stage of European Tour qualifying school, but tied for 17th place at the Alfred Dunhill Championship three weeks… Read more →
Henrik Stenson flew around Abu Dhabi Golf Club in 64 strokes on Thursday to lead his first tournament back since the festive break. The ‘Super Swede’ was eight under par for round one of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship and two strokes clear of a four-way tie for second place held by Martin Kaymer, Oliver Fisher, Marc Warren, and Kiradech… Read more →
Henrik Stenson, the reigning Open and Race to Dubai Champion, has been named The 2016 European Tour Golfer of the Year, receiving the prestigious annual award for the second time in four years. Stenson has enjoyed a magnificent 12 months on the global stage, winning the BMW International Open in June before lifting the Claret Jug less than a month… Read more →
A hole-out for birdie from the bunker at the fifth hole on Saturday got Tiger Woods into a share of the lead at the Hero World Challenge, but the former world number one was headed for trouble. Betting companies could hardly keep up with the changing odds for the 2017 Masters now that Woods had returned after 16 months away…. Read more →
Matthew Fitzpatrick finished the 2016 European Tour season with a birdie on the 18th hole of the Earth Course at Jumeirah Golf Estates.
Henrik Stenson leads the Race to Dubai ahead of the DP World Tour Championship and the ‘Super Swede’ is keen to end 2016 on a high note.
Danny Willett had a torrid spell from the Ryder Cup until the weekend of the Nedbank Golf Challenge, where the game finally clicked for a Saturday 67 at Gary Player Country Club.
It was a refreshing surprise when the Zurich Classic announced a change in format to team competition, with players free to pick a partner.