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 ...
American Peter Uihlein edges one shot clear on day two of the Shezhen International. (Photo - www.europeantour.com)

Uihlein Edges Closer To Second Tour Victory As Bubba Trails Nine Adrift At Shenzhen International

American Peter Uihlein edged closer to a second European Tour victory with a round of 68 to move one shot clear on nine under par on day two of the Shenzen International in China. The 2013 Madeira Islands winner heads to the weekend just ahead of Thailand’s Kiradeck Aphibarnrat while double Masters winner Bubba Watson trails nine behind his American-born compatriot. Uihlein had holed a neat putt at the sixth, a par four, for a gain to draw level with previous clubhouse leader Aphibarnrat, whose ...
Rory McIlroy, Niall Horan & Tiger Woods

Rory McIlroy To Join One Direction On Stage In Boston.

In return for One Direction member Niall Horan’s expert caddying for Rory in last week’s Par 3 Tournament at Augusta, the World’s Number One Golfer is believed agreed to perform with One Direction during an up-coming Stateside tour later this year. If it all works out, McIlroy will take to a stage of a different type and the Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts on 12 September. And the date does not clash with the FedEx Cup play-off series falling as it does on the Friday of the week ...
New Masters chamion Jordan Spieth 150/1 to win all four 2015 Majors.  (Photo - Getty)

Spieth 150/1 To Win All Four 2015 Majors & McIlroy 80/1 To Win Remaining Three.

Jordan Speith romped to a four shot victory in the 2015 US Masters and has been installed at 9/2 to retain the title in 2016. BoyleSports has priced up some specials on the 21 year old Dallas native. Speith is 150/1 to win all four Majors in 2015 with 9/4 the price on offer that he will win two Majors in 2015. Rory McIlroy finished in fourth position at Augusta and its 7/4 that the Northern Irish golfer will win one Major in 2015, whilst its 80/1 that McIlroy can claim the three remaining golf Majors ...
Jordan Spieth wins 2015 Masters

Jordan Spieth – 10 Things You Surely Didn’t Know About 2015 Masters Champion.

TEN THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT NEW MASTERS CHAMPION – JORDAN SPIETH 1. Spieth is a name with German origins and means ‘successful’ and ‘speedy’. 2. As a four-year old Spieth had his two front teeth broken when he tried to catch a baseball at a Texas Rangers NBL game. Two years ago he threw a ceremonial first pitch at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, Texas. 3. Neither of his parents played golf. His dad played college baseball and his mother college basketball. 4. ...
Scotland’s Paul Doherty receiving the winner’s trophy from Hicham Gherbi, secretary-general of Royal Golf D’Anfa Mohammedia, as Mohamed Juma Buamaim, chairman of the MENA Golf Tour, and Imad Boufarik, director of Royal Golf D’Anfa Mohammedia, look on

Paul Doherty’s Casablanca Celebrations Winning Maiden MENA Tour Title.

Paul Doherty birdied the final hole to clinch the MENA Golf Tour’s Royal D’Anfa Open in Casablanca, Morocco. One off the pace overnight, the Scotsman closed with a bogey-free 69 to reach 13-under for the tournament, beating his closest rival and overnight leader Lee Corfield of England by a good two shots. England’s Ross McGowan, who won last week’s MENA Golf Tour event in Rabat, settled for solo third on 10-under after a final round 70, one ahead of Morocco’s Joudar had the consolation ...