Reigning Scottish Open champion, Jeev Milka Singh will try and fight his way through the pain barrier in Monday’s 36-hole US Open qualifier at Walton Heath in Surrey.
Singh has an injured right index finger that forced him out after 10 holes on day two of this week’s BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.
The Indian golfer has been undergoing periodic treatment ever since last July when he injured his hand in playing a shot during the second round and on route to victory at Castle Stuart near Inverness.
Ireland’s Shane Lowry is headed to next month’s US Open if he can finish top three in this week’s BMW PGA Championship.
Lowry is currently ranked 79th in the world and top three in the flagship European Tour event would put the reigning Portugal Masters champion inside the top-60 and the June 13th US Open.
Lowry birdied his closing two holes in a second round 71 to move into a share of eighth place and just four shots from the lead.
Day two of the BMW PGA was very much akin to conditions ...
Eight-time European No. 1 Colin Montgomerie has described the Sergio Garcia ‘fried chicken’ controversy as ‘making a mountain out of a molehill’.
For the first time in four days the European Tour’s flagship BMW PGA focussed on the action inside the ropes rather than remarks off course.
If anything, the only hint of a word out of place was Ryder Cup winning hero, Ian Poulter correctly describing the miserable weather as ‘it’s pissing down’,
Monty’s reaction to the controversy that ...
Marc Warren celebrated his first tournament with young son, Archie present declaring fatherhood will make him a better golfer.
Warren dropped at the first but regrouped in the miserable cold and wet conditions to birdie three of his next seven holes on route to a 70 for a five under par tally.
Marc Warren may be rugged-up against the cold and rain but he’s warming to fatherhood. (Photo – Fran Caffrey/www.golffile.ie)
It left the Scot in a group tied in second place and just one shot ...
World No. 2 Rory McIlroy’s indifferent season continued to be also among five members of last year’s victorious European Ryder Cup team to miss the cut in the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.
With the US Open less than a month away, McIlroy could only manage to hit four fairways in shooting a three over par 75 for a five over par total.
McIlroy’s second round in the European Tour flagship event was a roller-coaster front nine of four birdies but also five bogeys.
He then steadied ...
Belgium’s big-hittingn Nicolas Colsaerts bounced back from last week’s Bulgarian disappointed and burst up the Burma Road leader board on day two of the BMW PGA Championship at a rain-sodden Wentworth.
Colsaerts added a two under par 70 to his opening round 72 to be lying just four strokes behind his Medinah winning colleague, Francesco Molinari mid-afternoon in the European Tour’s flagship event.
Colsaerts had been beaten by eventual champion, Graeme McDowell in his defence of ...
Ian Poulter is heading to Sunday’s Monaco Formula One Grand Prix after crashing off the Burma Road course on day two of the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.
Joining Poulter in missing the halfway cut is double defending champion, Luke Donald with the current World No. 6 Donald posting a second round 72 for a shock six over par tally in the cold and rainy conditions on day two of the European Tour’s flagship event.
“Even for England this weather is pretty unseasonal and it made the course ...