Tommy Fleetwood drives an amazing European appearing in Mexico
The Ryder Cup might be over 18 months away. However, Thomas Bjorn would without a doubt have been charmed with a sublime European test at the WGC-Mexico Championship. The World No 1 Dustin Johnson held his nerve down the extend to secure a one-shot triumph, yet the following four places on the leaderboard were possessed by forthcoming individuals from Bjorn’s European group for next September’s challenge in Paris. Tommy Fleetwood heaped the pressure on Johnson when he set the clubhouse points at 13 under, in spite of the fact that the Abu Dhabi champion needed to settle for inside and out second in just his 6th appearance in a World Golf Championship occasion.
The Masters: Countdown to the opening major of 2017 at Augusta
The commencement proceeds to the primary major of the year, with Sky Sports the main place to observe live scope of every one of the four days of the 2017 Masters. And in addition live scope of each round of Danny Willett’s title defence, there will be additional programming all through an enthusiastically anticipated week at Augusta. The World No 1 Dustin Johnson will make a beeline for Georgia in awesome frame taking after consecutive wins on the PGA Tour, with 2015 champion Jordan Spieth planning to bounce once again from his last round crumple a year ago.
Justin Thomas’ gap in-one as portrayed by Mexican football observer!
Sky Sports audience are accustomed to seeing gaps in-one in our scope of the European and PGA Tours, however, have you at any point heard a pro portrayed by a Mexican football pundit? Justin Thomas made a dynamite gap in-one amid the third round of the WGC-Mexico Championship, his ball taking an immense first skip on the thirteenth green and vanishing into the opening on the second, “pummel dunk” style. One of the components of the main World Golf Championship competition to be arranged in Mexico has been the showy visitor analysis from local telecasters Antonio Rosique and Carlos Guerrero, and Rosique’s portrayal of the eminent Thomas Pro was the best of the cluster.
Dustin Johnson opposes the pressure of being the world No 1 with Mexico win
Dustin Johnson demanded being the world No 1 was an extreme spot to be in as he praised his first start in world rankings with triumph at the WGC-Mexico Championship. Johnson defeated a back-nine wobble and the pressure from a large group of noteworthy European challengers to card a last cycle 68 which secured a one-shot win, his fourth World Golf Championship title and the sixteenth expert triumph of his profession.