Tag Archives: Anders Hansen

Nov
12
2011
By Conor Nagle under European PGA Tour

Gonzo: class ball-striker and fan of trickle-down economics.

You may have been led to believe that the class field of the week was hanging out at The Lakes, but no(!), the Singapore Open is the place to be. Or at least it was, until a downpour of biblical proportions disrupted play and forced the cancellation of the scheduled third round.

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Aug
16
2011
By Stephanie Wei under PGA Championship

The daunting 18th hole, also dubbed "worst hole in golf" by some of the players, but Keegan and the Duff conquered it. Meanwhile, the rest of the field will have to seek therapy to recover from the mental trauma and nightmares!

My customary post-major (and WGC) hangover is kicking in right on schedule! Good news is those thrilling contrived PLAYOFFS start next week. Oh, can you feel the magic of the obscene $10 million prize to the winner?? Almost, right? Bad news is the Masters isn’t for another seven- to-eight months!

Well, I’ve found the best way to get over withdrawals is to take a look back through pictures and some closing words. Here we go!

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Feb
13
2011
By Conor Nagle under General

Alvaro Quiros: wind specialist and long-ball merchant

If yesterday belonged to Alvaro Velasco, Sunday at the Omega Dubia Desert Classic unquestionably belonged to another Alvaro, this time Quiros (he of the long-hitting and pointy sideburns). His ludicrous rollercoaster of a final round proved just enough to see him clear of Dane Anders Hansen and South Africa’s James Kingston.

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Feb
12
2011
By Conor Nagle under European PGA Tour

Tiger dancing a merry jig

After a Moving Day curiously lacking in forward momentum, the Omega Dubai Desert Classic looks to be poised on the brink of a manic conclusion. As the leaders struggled to make headway against an unpredictable crosswind, large numbers of the chasing pack found themselves drawn back into contention. As of round’s end 25 players lie within four shots of the lead.

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