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Justin Rose captures 2015 New Orleans title

Justin Rose Weathers Storm Delays To Emerge With Zurich Classic Of New Orleans Title.

England’s Justin Rose overcame a formidable field and weathered nearly 10 hours of delays and suspensions since Thursday to capture the wet and wild Zurich Classic of New Orleans at TPC Louisiana. Rose played bogey-free golf over his last 66 holes, including 30 on Sunday, on route to a final round 66 and a tournament record of 266 (22-under), to secure his seventh victory on the PGA Tour. The Bahamas-based Rose birdied the closing two holes to become the third England-born player to win the ...
Wu Ashun creates European Tour history in capturing 2015 Volvo China Open (Photo - www.europeantour.com)

Wu Creates Tour History Driving Off With Volvo China Open Trophy.

Wu Ashun became the first Chinese player to win a European Tour event on home soil as he held off a spirited challenge from England’s David Howell at the Volvo China Open. The 29 year old Wu, currently ranked 247th in the world,  shot a closing 71 that included eight pars in succession from the 11th hole at Tomson Shanghai Pudoing Golf Club to finish on nine under par for the week – one shot ahead of Howell, who missed an eight foot par putt on the last which would have forced a play-off. Wu, ...
Alex Levy facing Shanghai shootout if he's to successfully defend Volvo China Open title.  (Photo - www.europeantour.com)

Alex Levy Facing Final Round Shanghai Shootout To Retain Volvo China Open Trophy.

Defending champion Alex Levy will be part of a sprint finish during the final round of the Volvo China Open after the Frenchman ended day three in a four-way tie for the lead. The 24 year old Frenchman started the day a shot behind compatriot Julien Quesne, but found himself two shots clear after birdieing his first four holes. However, there were no further gains for the 24 year old and four bogeys led to a level par 72 at Tomson Shanghai Pudong Golf Club, allowing England’s David Howell and Chinese ...
Juilien Quesne leads a charge of four French-born players atop of the board in the 2015 Volvo China Open - www.europeantour.com)

French Foursome Storm Their Way To Front In Shanghai.

The French flag was flying high in China with four players headed by Julien Quesne leading the way after two rounds of the Volvo China Open in Shanghai. Quesne, a two-time Tour winner, edged  one clear of compatriot and defending champion Alex Levy with a second round 67 to move to eight under par in China’s financial capital. Levy signed for a 68 to be sharing second place with American Peter Uihlein who posted a 67 to be on seven under par. The ‘tricolour’ dominance continues ...
Turnberry Lighthouse.

All The Photos From 2015 Ricoh Women’s British Open At Trump Turnberry.

It was an absolute stunning Scottish Spring day when the media had the great pleasure to tackle the famed Ailsa Course at Trump Turnberry. Here is a selection of photographs from the outing with again very special thanks to Michelle Mair and Tom Benbow from IMG for their tireless work in making the visit so rewarding and enjoyable.  
2015 Ricoh Women's British Open stars gather for a photo call ahead in front of the stunning Trump Turnberry.

Turnberry Welcomes 2015 Ricoh Women’s British Open Stars.

It such a sun-splashed day it could have been the south of France or the Costa del Sol in Spain. No, it was Trump Turnberry and mid-April with the Scotland west coast bathed in sunshine for the 2015 Ricoh Women’s British Open Media Day at Turnberry. The Irish Sea was like a mill pond as some of women’s greatest golfers arrived at Trump Turnberry ahead of the 2015 returning to the spectacular Ailsa Course for the first time since 2002, and taking place 30th July to 2nd August and competing ...
Bernie just moments after holing out for par on the 18th.

2015 R & A Media Facilitation Day – Photos From Old Course, St. Andrews.

Here is a selection of photographs from the 2015 R & A Media Facilitation Day on the Old Course at St. Andrews. A special thank you to all at the R & A, particularly Lynn, Clare and Mary, for the great efforts in organizing all the media who had the opportunity to play this year’s Open Championship.