ATZENBRUGG, Austria (AP) Chris Wood came from five strokes behind to win the Lyoness Open on Sunday for his second European Tour title. The Englishman had a bogey-free round of 5-under 67 to finish on 15-under 273, two strokes clear of Rafa Cabrera-Bello of Spain. Overnight leader Gregory Bourdy of France faltered, carding a 78 and dropping to a tie for sixth place. Cabrera-Bello...
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Gregory Bourdy of France carded a 69 to maintain his lead at the Lyoness Open Saturday, two strokes clear of Spain's Rafa Cabrera-Bello and five ahead of England's Chris Wood. Bourdy, eyeing his fifth European Tour win and the first since the Wales Open two years ago, had four birdies to go 15-under 201. Cabrera-Bello eagled the par-4 third along with six birdies for a 6-under...
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ATZENBRUGG, Austria (AP) Gregory Bourdy of France carded a bogey-free 7-under 65 to take a two-stroke lead on a warm and sunny opening day of the Lyoness Open on Thursday. Bourdy, who missed just one green, hit four birdies on the front nine and seven in total to go two strokes clear of a group of four: England's Chris Wood and Robert Dinwiddie, Spain's Carlos Del Moral and Germany...
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Easily the most embarrassing thing to happen at the PGA Championship so far. Chris Wood was getting up from reading a putt and he split his pants down the middle. He tried to borrow a pair of pants from one of his playing partners (which is legal) but they didn’t fit so he called his […] The post Chris Wood Rips Pants Reading Green At PGA Championship appeared first on Diehardsport.
Some well-known names dotted the top of the PGA Championship leaderboard Thursday after the first round of play at Valhalla: Lee Westwood, Jim Furyk, Henrik Stenson, Rory McIlroy. Then there were some not so familiar guys: Kevin Chappell, Ryan Palmer, Edoardo Molinari, Chris Wood. Of them all, best round of the day goes to Wood. Without question. And not just because he played a...
Despite dealing with back spasms and carding a 78 in the final round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship at Doral, Tiger Woods’ odds to win the Masters were shortened from 7-to-1 last week to 6-to-1 this week at the LVH SuperBook.Las Vegas bookmakers seem unconcerned with Woods’ lingering health issue.Related Link: Tiger Woods’ Masters Plan“He still played relatively well before...
With most of the country in the grips of a “polar vortex,” it’s nice to start thinking about the Masters, the early Spring “tradition like no other.” Though the 78th playing of the Masters Tournament is little more than three months away, the odds have been released and to no one’s surprise Tiger Woods has been installed as the favorite at 5/1. The Masters Augusta...
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