Tag Archives: Tom Lewis

Mar
16
2012

Advantage, Harrington.

First-round leader Padraig Harrington is on the course and has set about the difficult business of following a spectacular round with a respectable one.

One-under-par through five holes, he’s four clear of five players, including former world No1 Luke Donald, Puerto Rico Open winner George McNeill and Will Claxton, who’s yet to tee off.

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Mar
15
2012

Padraig Harrington: has St. Patrick's Day come early?

Play is underway in the first round of the Transitions Championship and, with the exception of a certain three-time major winner, players are struggling to make significant inroads against par.

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Jan
19
2012

WTF: Colsaerts made seven birdies on Fancourt's back nine.

Belgium’s Nicolas Colsaerts has established a commanding, four-shot lead after the first round of the Volvo Golf Champions at Fancourt in South Africa.

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Oct
17
2011

This could be the start of something big

20-year-old Tom Lewis turned pro after last month’s Walker Cup and captured his maiden victory at the Portugal Masters. Lewis only needed three tournaments before reaching the winner’s circle. Tiger Woods needed five events and Rory McIlroy didn’t find success until his 38th start on the European Tour.

Three months ago, Lewis made headlines at the Open Championship when he opened with a 65 at Royal St. George’s, the lowest-ever round by an amateur at the Open. The record was previously held by Woods. Lewis would go on to tie for 30th and win the Silver Medal for low am.

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Sep
11
2011
By Stephanie Wei under Amateur Golf

The victorious Great Britain & Ireland team capture the Cup

With the US Open tennis and NFL’s opening weekend, I’m not sure how many of you kept up with the Walker Cup, contested at Royal Aberdeen in Scotland. From what I saw in the highlights on Golf Central, I wish I’d caught more of the coverage, or heck, been at the matches.

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