Alexander Levy became the youngest Frenchman in history to claim three European Tour titles, after overcoming England’s Ross Fisher on the second hole of a play-off at the Porsche European Open.
Alexander Levy is within touching distance of a third European Tour victory after the Frenchman maintained his commanding lead heading into the final round of the Porsche European Open, which has been reduced to 54 holes following several lengthy fog delays throughout the week.
Alexander Levy stormed six shots clear at the Porsche European Open after a superlative display of golf in Germany – where he was forced to play 26 holes in one day due to delays but carded a total of 13 birdies in that time to soar to a 17 under total, with one hole ofContinue reading “Levy storms to the front at Porsche European Open”
Bernd Wiesberger carded nine birdies and an eagle as the Austrian took a two-shot clubhouse lead on the opening day of the Porsche European Open, where play was suspended overnight due to darkness following a three hour and 25 minute fog delay to the start of play.
Martin Kaymer is relishing the challenge of taking on the Beckenbauer Course at Golf Resort Bad Griesbach for the first time when he tees it up for the opening round of the Porsche European Open, after heavy flooding forced the cancellation of the practice round as well as the Pro-Am.