Lowry Delights In Taking BMW PGA Route 66 Around The Burma Road

Shane Lowry again showed his fondness for the famed ‘Burma Road’ course taking Route 66 on the opening day of the flagship BMW PGA Championship. Lowry emerged from the ‘on and off’ showers and end his day’s work in bright sunshine with a bogey-free display of six birdies, three on each half, for a six-under-par starting round to be in the stately Wentworth clubhouse just two shots off the early lead in the $8m event. Setting the clubhouse target was Lowry’s playing partner ...

Ferguson Heading To Start Of 2023 Ryder Cup Qualifying In Best Of Form

Scotland’s Ewen Ferguson heads to this week’s opening event of the 2023 Ryder Cup selection process at Tour HQ in the best of form finishing runner-up in the Made in Himmerland in Denmark. Ferguson, 26, came from two shots down at the start of the final round to post a closing round of 66 to set the clubhouse lead at 20-under-par only to lose out to a stroke of magic from England’s Oliver Wilson. It’s been a few weeks shy of eight years since Wilson captured his only tournament victory ...

Ferguson Inspired For A Danish Victory Delight After Luke Donald Introduction

An introduction with European Ryder Cup captain Luke Donald has Ewen Ferguson excited of a triple victory treat this rookie season heading to the final round of the Made in Himmerland in Denmark. Donald introduced himself to Ferguson ahead of the Scot’s third round of a three-under 68 that had the 26-year-old sharing sixth place and only two shots off the lead at 15-under-par on the Farso course. Four players – the England trio of Ross McGowan (69), Oliver Wilson (65) and Matthew Southgate ...

Drysdale Has Wife & Caddy To Thank After First Tour Ace In 24 Seasons

Scotland’s David Dyrsdale had his wife/caddy to thank in ending a 24-year wait for a first Tour ace at his opening hole on the second day of the Made in Himmerland in Denmark. Vicky Dyrsdale talked her husband out of using an 8-iron and with the Borders golfer handed a 7-iron, sending his 164-yard shot to the bottom of the cup at his first hole or the 10th on the host Farso course. Sadly, there was no gleaming new motor, nor a pot of cash and not even a bottle of bubbly but just the honour ...

Ferguson Joins Scotttish Greats Lawrie & Monty Winning Twice In A Year

Ewen Ferguson has joined Scottish golfing greats Paul Lawrie and Colin Montgomerie winning twice in a year with his comfortable three-shot victory at the ISPS Handa World Invitational at Ballymena. Ferguson, 26, led from start to finish, and despite a ‘bloody rotten’ sleep ahead of the last round, the young Scot posted a final one-under 69 for a 12-under-par tally on the Galgorm Castle course. The last Scot to win twice in the same year was Larwrie a decade ago at the 2012 Qatar Masters and ...

Ferguson Looking To Become First Scot In 17-Years To Win Twice In A Season.

Ewen Ferguson is just one round shy of becoming the first Scot in 17-years to win twice in a DP World Tour year. Ferguson, and despite late back-to-back bogeys, superbly holed a 14-foot birdie at the last in a day three 68 to move three clear heading to the final day of the ISPS Handa World Invitational at Galgorm Castle in Ballymena. The 26-year-old Glaswegian broke through in March to win the Qatar Masters and now 13 DP Tour events later he’s primed to win again. Birdie on 18 💪@EwboF ...

Ferguson Battles Case ‘Post Course Record Blues’ To Stay Top At ISPS Handa

Scotland’s Ewen Ferguson battled a case of the post ‘course record blues’ to maintain the lead heading into the weekend rounds of the ISPS Handa World Invitational at Galgorm Castle in Co. Antrim. Ferguson, 26, was out on the Massereene course, some 13 miles to the south of Thursday’s joint host Galgorm Castle course, and posting a level par score of 70 to remain at nine-under and in the lead by a shot in joint DP World Tour mens and Ladies European Tour event. Ferguson was conscious ...