AUGUSTA, Ga. — Bubba Watson won The Masters two years ago with his brand of “Bubba golf,” producing shots of raw skill and wild imagination. His strategy now is to keep it simple, and he is halfway to another green jacket.
Watson took over Augusta National on Friday with 75 minutes of brilliance and power. On another demanding day of crispy greens and swirling wind, he ran...
While the field struggled on a windy Sunday at Innisbrook Resort in Palm Harbor, Fla., John Senden took advantage and claimed his second career PGA Tour win and punched a ticket to the Masters next month. While on the European Tour this week, Alejandro Canizares also snapped a seven-year winless drought and became the first wire-to-wire winner (with no ties) since Marcel Siem did...
John Senden escapes the snake pit with his second career victory.
PALM HARBOR, FL. – John Senden backed up his incredible round three 64, by shooting a one-under 70 at the Valspar Championship on Sunday.
The 42-year old from Brisbane, Australia had an adventurous back nine, but caught fire down the stretch of the Copperhead Course at Innesbrooke to earn his second career PGA...
Australian John Senden had an eagle and two birdies in a four-hole stretch on the back nine Saturday and finished with a 2-under 70 for a two-stroke lead after three rounds of the Australian Open.
Senden, the 2006 champion, had a three-round total of 7-under 209 in tough, windy conditions at The Lakes.
Englishman Justin Rose, who also shot 70, was in second place, followed by Australians...
Via AP on Fox
December 08, 2012
John Senden shot a 6-under 66 in calm morning conditions to take a two-stroke lead after the first round of the Australian Open on Thursday.
Senden had eight birdies but back-to-back bogeys at The Lakes, while Englishman Justin Rose, who birdied three of his first four holes, was level with Australians Kim Felton, Brendan Jones and Richard Green and Gareth Paddison of New Zealand...
Via AP on Fox
December 05, 2012
John Senden and Greg Chalmers each made a hole in one at the Australian P.G.A. in Coolum — on consecutive days, in the same group, on the same hole.
John Senden and Greg Chalmers have each had a hole-in-one at the Australian PGA - on consecutive days, in the same group, on the same hole.
The left-handed Chalmers had his ace Thursday in the first round, watching his shot bounce three or four times to the center-left pin location on the 173-yard second hole at the Hyatt Regency resort course.
On Friday, fellow Australian Senden...
Via AP on Fox
November 24, 2011
SYDNEY -- Former champion John Senden hit a sizzling nine-under-par 63 to outshine Jason Day and a slumping Tiger Woods and take a one-shot lead after the third round of the Australian Open on Saturday.
SYDNEY - John Senden shot a nine-under 63 in the third round of the Australian Open on Saturday to streak past...