German Martin Kaymer won the French Open Alstom at Le Golf National today – and again left England’s Lee Westwood waiting for his first win since September 2007.
Sun, 05 Jul, 2009
Lee Westwood and Martin Kaymer went into a sudden death play-off for the French Open Alstom at Le Golf National near Paris today.
Any lingering hopes Colin Montgomerie had of putting pressure on the overnight leaders at the French Open Alstom appeared to have gone in one hole today.
Rafa Echenique lost his magic but kept his lead in the French Open Alstom at Le Golf National near Paris today.
Sat, 04 Jul, 2009
Colin Montgomerie may have ended his French Open Alstom second round on a bad note, but it was a different story on his return to Le Golf National near Paris today.
Padraig Harrington’s nightmare run of missed cuts went to five in Paris today - just as many as Tiger Woods has failed to make in his entire 13-year professional career.
Fri, 03 Jul, 2009
Steve Webster, twice a runner-up this season, was looking to go one better after surging into contention at the French Open Alstom in Paris today.
Peter Hanson, the Swede who holed-in-one in a play-off to qualify for the US Open last month, did not need anything as dramatic as that to cut Martin Kaymer’s lead to just one shot at the French Open Alstom in Paris today.
Jean Van de Velde is still looking for a place in The Open with less than two weeks to go – but he has the chance to not leave it quite so late as last year.
BLISTERING heat and a blistered foot served only to bring out the best in young German star Martin Kaymer in Paris yesterday, the 24-year-old beginning the French Open Alstom with a course record-equalling 62.
Blistering heat and a blistered foot served only to bring out the best in young German star Martin Kaymer in Paris today.
Thu, 02 Jul, 2009
Padraig Harrington admitted today he is in a race against time to have his game in good enough shape to win a third successive Open title.
Wed, 01 Jul, 2009
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