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David Lipsky wins Alfred Dunhill Championship

Gordon Brand Jnr and Ewen Murray join Robert Lee to review David Lipsky’s win at the final event of the year, the Alfred Dunhill Championship. There is reaction from the man himself as well as runner up David Drysdale and Zander Lombard, who finished tied third. As another hugely exciting year of European Tour golf comes to a close, the panel also look back on the stand-out moments they witnessed in 2018.


Oosthuizen Oozing Confidence After Win in Johannesburg

Louis Oosthuizen speaks exclusively with Dan Roebuck and Robert Lee on the Show this week to reflect on his win at the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg. There is also reaction from runner up Romain Langasque, Oliver Wilson who finished tied third alongside Charl Schwartzel who looks ahead to the next event on the European Tour, the Alfred Dunhill Championship.


Smith Shines on the Gold Coast and Kitayama claims Maiden Tour Victory

Jamie Spence joins Robert Lee this week to reflect on Kurt Kitayama’s first European Tour victory at the Afrasia Bank Mauritius Open. There’s reaction from the American as well as from Cameron Smith who defended his title at the Australian PGA Championship, fending off a challenge from Marc Leishman who also appears in the show. There’s also a preview of this week’s South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg.


No catching Rai in Hong Kong

Dan Roebuck and Richard Boxall discuss victories for Aaron Rai at the Honma Hong Kong Open presented by Amundi and Belgium’s Thomas Detry & Thomas Pieters at the 2018 ISPS Handa Melbourne World Cup of Golf. There’s also Tiger versus Phil chat plus a look ahead to this week’s events, the Australian PGA Championship and the Afrasia Bank Mauritius Open at Anahita.


Willett wins again as Molinari tops Race to Dubai

Robert Lee and Jamie Spence review the season-ending DP World Tour Championship where Francesco Molinari was crowned Race to Dubai champion with Danny Willett winning the event itself. We hear from both men as well as runners-up Matt Wallace and Patrick Reed. There’s also all the fallout from European Tour Qualifying School, as well as previews of the 2018 ISPS Handa Melbourne World Cup of Golf and the first event of the 2019 season, the Honma Hong Kong Open presented by Amundi.


Winless Run of Westwood Ends in Sun City

Lee Westwood speaks exclusively to Robert Lee and John Hawksworth about his first European Tour victory since 2014 at the Nedbank Golf Challenge Hosted by Gary Player. There’s also reaction from Ross Fisher, Haotong Li and Matt Wallace as well as a preview of this week’s season finale, the DP World Tour Championship, Dubai, where two golfers will battle it out to become Race to Dubai Champion.


Rose secures more Turkish delight

Justin Rose moved back to the top of the world rankings following a successful defence of the Turkish Airlines Open at Regnum Carya Golf and Spa Resort. Robert Lee and Jamie Spence hear from the Englishman as well as the man he defeated in play-off, Li Haotong. There’s also a look back on what was a dramatic conclusion to the Challenge Tour season and a preview of this week’s event, the Nedbank Golf Challenge hosted by Gary Player.


Schauffele does it in Shanghai

Xander Schauffele prevailed in a play-off over compatriot Tony Finau to claim his first European Tour title at the WGC-HSBC Champions in China. Robert Lee and Paul Eales review the best of the action and hear from both Americans as well as defending champion Justin Rose. Plus there’s also a look ahead to the sixth Rolex Series event of the season, the Turkish Airlines Open at Regnum Carya Golf & Spa Resort.


Sergio’s Happy Monday

Robert Lee and Richard Boxall hear from Sergio Garcia after the Spaniard successfully defended his own tournament, the Andalucía Valderrama Masters hosted by the Sergio Garcia Foundation. Runner-up Shane Lowry and third place Mikko Korhonen provide further reaction from the reduced 54-hole tournament, while the guys also chat to Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño after the seven-time European Tour winner retained his playing privileges for next season with a tied fifth finish. Elsewhere, there’s a...


Pepperell too hot for Bjork

Newly crowned Sky Sports British Masters champion Eddie Pepperell joins Robert Lee and Gordon Brand Jnr to discuss winning at Walton Heath, moving inside the world’s top 50, doting on his dog Gus and drinking red wine. There’s also reaction from runner-up Alexander Bjork, tournament host Justin Rose plus a preview of the next event, the Andalucia Valderrama Masters hosted by the Sergio Garcia Foundation.


Lucas Bjerregaard wins The Alfred Dunhill Links Championship

**Lucas Bjerregaard** talks exclusively to Robert Lee and Ewen Murray about his **Alfred Dunhill Links Championship** win. They also hear from **Tommy Fleetwood** and **Tyrrell Hatton** who finished tied second. Plus they look ahead to the next tournament on The European Tour, **The Sky Sports British Masters,**


Europe Triumph in The Ryder Cup

Europe thrashed the USA to regain The Ryder Cup, in Paris. Francesco Molinari, Ian Poulter, Sergio Garcia, Henrik Stenson, Alex Noren, Jon Rahm and Thorbjorn Olesen all claimed singles wins on Sunday to earn Europe a 17.5 to 10.5 overall win. Richard Kaufman, Gordon Brand Jnr and Matt Adams review Europe's triumph, and they hear from all the big names, including winning Captain Thomas Bjorn plus Jon Rahm, Ian Poulter, Henrik Stenson, Webb Simpson, Jim Furyk and Tommy Fleetwood. They also...


2018 Ryder Cup – Day 3 Review

Europe won back the Ryder Cup after a comprehensive 17 ½ - 10 ½ victory over a strong US team at Le Golf National in Paris. Jim Furyk’s side applied early pressure in the Sunday singles to give the home fans a tense couple of hours but Thomas Bjorn’s men eventually triumphed by seven clear points. Richard Kaufman, Gordon Brand Jnr and US broadcaster Matt Adams review the drama in France, bringing you a flavour of the final day action and hear from Bjorn, Francesco Molinari, who clinched the...


The 2018 Ryder Cup – Day 2 Review

Europe will go into Sunday's singles matches with a 10-6 lead over the United States after a scintillating second day at Le Golf National. Thomas Bjorn’s side claimed three out of four points in the morning’s fourballs before a deadlocked 2-2 foursomes session set up what should be an exciting conclusion to the 2018 Ryder Cup in Paris. Richard Kaufman and former professional golfer Raymond Burns look back at the best of the action and hear from Rory McIlroy, Sergio Garcia, Paul Casey,...


Ryder Cup 2018 – Day 1 Review

Europe lead USA 5-3 after a tremendous first day’s play at Le Golf National in Paris. Jim Furyk’s United States team took the opening session of Ryder Cup 2018 by 3 points to 1 after an eventful morning’s fourballs. But then Thomas Bjorn’s Europe dominated Friday afternoon, earning maximum points from the foursomes. Richard Kaufman, Paul Eales and US broadcaster Matt Adams analyse Day 1, bringing you reaction from Team Europe captain Bjorn, Rory McIlroy, Henrik Stenson, Justin Rose, Sergio...


Ryder Cup Preview - Opening Pairings Revealed

The latest from Ryder Cup 2018 at Le Golf National in Paris, as Jim Furyk and Thomas Bjorn reveal their fourball pairings for the opening session on Friday morning. We hear from Rickie Fowler, Francesco Molinari and captain Bjorn himself.


2018 Ryder Cup Preview

Richard Kaufman is joined by former Ryder Cup player Gordon Brand Jnr, ex-PGA Tour professional Carl Paulson and veteran broadcaster Ron Jones to preview the 42nd Ryder Cup LIVE from Le Golf National. We hear from Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson, Justin Rose and many more ahead of the biennial contest in Paris.


‘Long Time’ Lewis and ‘Fifty-Nine’ Fisher

We speak to Tom Lewis and Ollie Fisher after their remarkable achievements on the European Tour. Lewis won the Portugal Masters, just a fortnight after his comeback victory on the Challenge Tour. It’s his first main Tour triumph since he tasted success at the same event way back in 2011. Meanwhile on Friday, Fisher shot the European Tour’s first ever round of 59! Dan Roebuck, Paul Eales and Jack Hayward chat to the two players and review the action from the Dom Pedro Victoria Golf Course....


Wu Beauty!

Robert Lee and John Hawksworth hear from Ashun Wu following the Chinese player’s narrow victory at the KLM Open. Runner-up Chris Wood and tied third Thomas Detry provide further reaction from the Netherlands whilst the guys also discuss the Ryder Cup, Tiger Woods, fish and what constitutes a nut. There’s also a preview of the next event, the Portugal Masters.


Fitzpatrick Emulates Seve And Beats Faldo To 5

Gordon Brand Jnr and Dan Roebuck analyse Matt Fitzpatrick’s successful defence of his Omega European Masters title at Crans-sur-Sierre. Seve Ballesteros was the last to win this event in consecutive seasons. Fitzpatrick also surpasses Sir Nick Faldo as the youngest Englishman to triumph five times on the European Tour. His victory came after a play-off against Lucas Bjerregaard. We hear from both Fitzpatrick and the in-form Dane, as well Mike Lorenzo-Vera who was third in Switzerland. And...