The Ryder Cup is a long way away but not in the mind of Thomas Bjorn. It's right there in the back.
Victory in his first tournament of the new season, at the Nedbank Challenge in Sun City a month ago, has him lying second in Europe's Ryder Cup standings, and a little excited already that he could qualify as a player for the first time in 12 years.
But Bjorn insists he&...
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January 07, 2014
Thomas Bjorn made a 12-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole to beat Craig Lee for the European Masters title on Sunday.
Bjorn added to his title from 2011 after watching Lee's attempt from 15 feet slide left of the hole on the par-4 18th.
Earlier, both players missed 20-foot putts for the win in regulation on the foggy, rain-swept final green following a 30-minute suspension...
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September 08, 2013
Thomas Bjorn beat Craig Lee with a birdie on the first playoff hole to win the European Masters title Sunday.
Bjorn sank his 12-foot putt on the par-4 18th after Lee's birdie attempt from 15 feet slid left of the hole. Both finished regulation at 20-under 264 after missing 20-footers on the foggy, rain-swept final green.
Bjorn, the 2011 champion, missed left and completed his...
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September 06, 2013
The British Open got off to a smashing start on Thursday courtesy of a shot by Thomas Bjorn. With his ball entrenched deep in the rough of the famed first hole at Muirfield, Bjorn took a big hack. The unpredictable nature of how a ball will travel out of that gangly mess of grasses resulted [...]The post Thomas Bjorn destroys lens of camera valued at $80,000 (vid/pic) appeared first...
You never know what to expect when PGA players have to navigate the difficult terrain of a links course. Take Thomas Bjorn second shot on the first hole at Muirfield in the Open Championship. That’s what a broken $50,000 ESPN camera lens looks like. Trey Wingo tweeted out a picture of the damage: and now…the evidence RT @
ESPN TV camera on first fairway after Thomas Bjorn'...
Golfer Thomas Bjorn got off to a precarious start on the very first hole of Thursday's first round of the British Open tournament when he smashed the lens of an ESPN camera with an errant shot.
Bjorn's tee shot landed in the rough on the side of the fairway, which led to the shot that broke the camera lens:
ESPN TV camera on first fairway after Thomas Bjorn's second...
Doha, January 21 (QNA)- After enjoying one of the most successful years in his European Tour career, Denmark's Thomas Bjorn is fired up to defend his title at the 2012 Commercialbank Qatar Masters presented by Dolphin Energy, being staged from February 2-5.
For the World Number 35 it will be a welcome return to the Doha Golf Club, a venue where his stellar 2011 season took off...