Anirban Lahiri, George Coetzee and Chesson Hadley on form
Article posted: 05 June 2017
George Coetzee shot a seven-under-par final round of 66 to finish in a share of fourth place at the Nordea Masters, where Lee Westwood was 15th, Gregory Bourdy, Ryan Fox and Scott Jamieson were 21st and Shiv Kapur was tied for 41st.
Anirban Lahiri carded a final round of 65 at the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide to finish in a share of second place, with Peter Uihlein tied for 25th.
Chesson Hadley lost in a play-off the Rex Hospital Open on the Web.com Tour, finishing second and moving up to 18th on the money list.
On the Challenge Tour, Jordan Zunic took fifth place at the Swiss Challenge presented by ASG, with Tom Murray and Kevin Phelan tied for 22nd place.
At this week’s Lyoness Open powered by ORGANIC+, we have 2013 champion Joost Luiten, David Horsey, Matt Wallace, new signing Matthias Schwab, Gregory Bourdy, Nino Bertasio, Simon Dyson, Ryan Fox, Matt Nixon and Garrick Porteous in the field.
Peter Uihlein plays at the FedEx St Jude Classic and Chesson Hadley is in the field at the Rust-Oleum Championship on the Web.com Tour.
On the Challenge Tour, Michele Ortolani, Gavin Moynihan, Clement Sordet, Ben Eccles, Dominic Foos, Jordan Zunic play at the KPMG Trophy in Belgium. Jack McDonald plays at the Villaverde Open on the Alps Tour.
England face New Zealand in their second ICC Champions Trophy match in Cardiff tomorrow, with Jos Buttler, Ben Stokes and Joe Root all set to be involved.
James Vince captained the England Lions and scored 13 runs in his team’s 144-run win over South Africa A on Saturday.
Domestically, Lewis Gregory scored a maiden First Class century with 137 in Somerset’s match against Middlesex.
Hampshire’s Mason Crane was 3-104 in the first innings and is currently 1-35 during Warwickshire’s follow-on.
In snooker, Shaun Murphy beat Zhang Anda in the China Championship qualifier.
Bertram Allen, riding Hector van d’Abdjihoeve, won showjumping’s Longines Grand Prix of Switzerland.