Tommy Fleetwood and Tom Lewis both finished in season best positions, at the Shenzhen International at Genzon GC.
Fleetwood, who may feel a good round has come too late for him, finished in third place shooting 12-under, a shot behind the two leaders who were split by a playoff hole.
Lewis, who has not featured much this season, finished a shot behind his name-sake in fourth position sharing it with fellow Briton David Howell and five other players all on 11-under par.
Continue reading Two Toms on Tour score well in China
Richie Ramsey became the first Scot to win on the European Tour this season at the Trophee Hassan II in Morocco this week, getting the Brits back to winning ways after several disappointing weeks.
With four British players in the final five tee times on Sunday, including two Scots it looked promising that we would have a winner from the home countries once again.
Continue reading Finally back to winning ways
In a week that produced the 18th different winner through 21 tournaments this season on the PGA Tour,a British player is yet to win, not looking a promising season for Great Britain.
The PGA Tour took place through the Arnold Palmer Invitational, at Bay Hill Club & Lodge this week and it was another disappointing week for the British following.
Continue reading It seems the Brits can’t mix with the big boys at the top
I may be picking at straws here but in a disappointing weekend for the British golfers, David Horsey seemed keen to keep the theme of the week going putting himself at the top of the leaderboard after the first day in Pretoria.
His second day was not so strong, but he and fellow Brit Craig Lee, were in a six-way tie for the lead going into Sunday on nine-under. Neither could push on further on the last day, with Lee shooting level-par and Horsey carding a round of plus-three with five bogeys and a double bogey.
Continue reading British golfers will be glad to be out of South Africa
Andy Sullivan made it two out of two wins in Johannesburg this season as he hit a final round of 66 on Sunday in the Joburg Open at The Royal Johannesburg & Kensington GC.
Sullivan’s previous win came in January at the South African Open Championship.
The field was host to a strong set of British players, with over 20 British players starting the tournament on Thursday. Continue reading Johannesburg a happy hunting ground for Sullivan