Caldwell Captures Maiden Tour Title & Immediately Confirms A First ASI Scottish Open.

The European Tour’s newest champion Jonathan Caldwell wasted little time confirming his intention to contest a maiden ASI Scottish Open after pulling off the ‘best shot of my career’ to win the Scandinavian Masters in Sweden. The Belfast golfer landed a stunning 142-yard gap wedge shot from light rough right of the 18th, to near tap-in distance for a closing hole birdie in a final round 64 to win by a shot at 18-under par on the Vaddla course outside of Gothenburg. Caldwell, and who turned ...

Caldwell: “The Beers Are On Me!” As He Toasts A Maiden Tour Win In Scandinavian Mixed.

Four years after mixing his golf by working part-time behind the counter in local golf shop and Jonathan Caldwell pulled off the shot of his career to capture a first win at the inaugural Scandinavian Mixed hosted by Annika and Henrik in Sweden, Caldwell sent his 142-yard penultimate gap wedge shot from light rough right of the 18th high in the air and with his ball coming to rest to within virtual tap-in distance for a closing birdie and in an equal best round of the week on an eight-under par 64 ...

Caldwell Pulls Off Career Best Shot To Set-Up Scandinavian Mixed Success In Sweden

Northern Ireland’s Jonathan Caldwell pulled-off the shot of his pro career to seal a maiden European Tour victory at the inaugural Scandinavian Mixed hosted by Annika and Henrik in Sweden, Caldwell sent his penultimate shot high in the air and with his ball coming to rest to within virtual tap-in distance for a closing birdie in an equal best round of the week 64 to win by a shot at 18-under par in glorious conditions on the Vallda course to the south of Gothenburg. It was then an anxious wait ...

Drysdale Just One Back & Staring At Historic Double Victory First In Sweden

David ‘Double D’ Drysdale is staring at a historic double victory first if he captures a maiden Tour win at the Scandinavian Mixed by Annika and Henrik in Sweden. Drysdale added a third round 70 in bright but very windy conditions to move into a five-way share of fifth place at 11-under par but just one off the lead on the Vallda course to the south of Gothenburg. Swede Caroline Hedwall, 32, had led by two shots in playing the 17th only to send her drive into water in taking a double-bogey ‘6’ ...

Scrivener Sends Aussie Flag To The Front For Second Week Running In Europe

For a second European Tour in succession an Australian is in contention for victory. A week ago, it was Queenslander Maverick Antcliff sharing the lead heading to the final round of the Porsche European Open in Germany. Now with a round to play in Sweden, it is West Australian Jason Scrivener sharing the lead with a round to play in the inaugural Scandinavian Mixed hosted by Annika and Henrik. Scrivener, 32, capped his third round with a par-5, 10th hole eagle, and to be five-under through three ...

Power Grows In Confidence As He Continues Knocking On A Maiden PGA Tour Victory Door

Ireland’s Seamus Power continues to put himself in contention for a maiden PGA Tour victory as evident after two rounds of the inaugural Palmetto Championship in South Carolina. Power will be out in the fourth last group on day three sharing fourth place after posting earlier scores of 70 and a superb second round five-under par 66 to be at six-under par and just five from the front with two rounds to play in the $US 7.3m event. Power capped his second day’s play with six birdies up ...

Hensby A No Show After Being Penalised 10 Shots At Palmetto Championship

It is no surprise Aussie Mark Hensby was a no show on day two of the inaugural Palmetto Championship. Most of us wouldn’t be seen for dust after having been penalised 10 strokes as Hensby had been post his opening round in South Carolina. Hensby was competing in just a second PGA Tour event in three and a half years and was progressing well through eight holes of round one until he noticed something askew on his golf ball. It was a small dot on his Titleist ProV1 he hadn’t seen before. After ...