During one of his first visits to Augusta, Georgia, British-born golfer Paul Casey found himself far from the red and pink azaleas and manicured fairways of Augusta National Golf Club.
Louis Oosthuizen came to the 12th hole worried that Paul Casey would pass him and win the British Open. He teed off at the 13th knowing the title was his to lose.
England’s Paul Casey scored a final- round 67, 5-under par, to win golf’s Irish Open by three shots after coming back from a four-shot deficit on the final day.
The $10 million prize that will go to the winner of this weekend’s FedEx Cup soon may be on the decline, U.S. PGA Tour players said.
South Africa’s Louis Oosthuizen holds an eight-shot lead in the final round of golf’s British Open at St. Andrews, Scotland.
Jeff Quinney and Tommy Gainey, who are both seeking their first win on golf’s U.S. PGA Tour, shot rounds of 7-under-par 63 to share a one-shot lead at the Wyndham Championship, the last regular-season tournament.
South Africa’s Louis Oosthuizen has extended his lead to eight shots in the final round of golf’s British Open at St. Andrews in Scotland.
PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem said U.K. media reports that the world’s richest golf circuit made an offer to buy its European counterpart were inaccurate.
"I was shocked."
- Paul Casey on Apr 08, 2014