Ernie Els of South Africa wins the 2012 British Open by carding a two under par 68 in the final round to clinch the victory as earlier leader Adam Scott of Australia faltered and stunningly bogeyed his final four holes that settled him for second place at five over par 75.
Former world number one Tiger Woods fired a 3 under 67 in the second round replicating his first round performance and stayed him in contention for the Open title at Lytham.
Three time British Open champion Tiger Woods carded a three-under par 67 in the opening round at Lytham.
Tiger Woods, who aims for his 15th major at Lytham, insists that the course is ‘fair’ and that good scores are still possible.
More than ever, Tiger Woods is focused in the upcoming British Open which he considers his ‘favorite major championship’.
Tiger Woods carded a two under 69 in the final round to clinch the AT&T title at Congressional.
Former world number one Tiger Woods carded a four-under 67 to lurk a stroke behind of
Zimbabwe’s Brendon de Jonge who seized the lead by carding a two-under 69 in the third round of the storm hit Congressional.
Webb Simpson carded a 68 in the final round of the 2012 US Open at The Olympic Club beating Michael Thompson and Graeme McDowell by one shot.
American Jim Furyk (70) is in contention for his second major title after maintaining his lead from second into the third round at the US Open.
Former world number one Tiger Woods is halfway in his bid for his 15th major title after experiencing four long years of a major title drought.