The fifth European Tour tournament of the current season saw Branden Grace get his second win. At the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters, sponsored by BMW, the South African (-19) finished with a one-stroke lead over Scotland's Marc Warren.
La Quinta in southern California is one of the most important golfing regions of the USA. But there's someone who appears to feel particularly at home here: Bill Haas. The American won his second title in the "Humana Challenge in partnership with the Clinton Foundation" on Sunday; his first win was in 2010. A year later he finished second; he took sixth place in 2014.
Last week Jimmy Walker (USA) threw away a considerable lead at the Tournament of Champions, and was forced to surrender to his compatriot Patrick Reed in the play-off. Walker did better at the Sony Open – much better.
The high-class field had 14 holes left to play at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship, and everyone was certain that US Open champion Martin Kaymer would win the tournament for the fourth time after his previous victories in 2008, 2010 and 2011. But things turned out very differently.
DRIVEN BY PASSION.