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Luke Donald two shots behind leaders at the halfway stage of the Northern Trust Open

Donald remains in the hunt in California after rising to fifth at halfway stage of Northern Trust Open

By
Steven Donaldson

PUBLISHED:

07:22 GMT, 16 February 2013

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UPDATED:

11:27 GMT, 16 February 2013

World No 3 Luke Donald put himself firmly in contention as Bae Sang-moon and Fredrik Jacobson shared the lead at the halfway stage of the Northern Trust Open in California.

England's Donald, playing his first tournament since November, produced a five-under 66 to sit seven under overall, two off the leading pair of South Korea's Bae and Sweden's Jacobson on nine under.

Donald, 18th overnight, carded seven birdies against two bogeys to end day two fifth – and he could have been in a share of third alongside Americans John Merrick and John Rollins but for a dropped shot on his penultimate hole, the par-four eighth.

Climbing the leaderboard: Luke Donald hit five under par to rise to seventh

Climbing the leaderboard: Luke Donald hit five under par to rise to seventh

NORTHERN TRUST OPEN

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Donald told www.pgatour.com: 'Happy with my score, obviously coming off a pretty good break, you never know with how you're going to deal with being back in competition again but certainly a big improvement today, ball striking wise and my short game has been very sharp.

'I've been excited about that. It's been a big key to my score so far, and, yeah, excited to be in the mix again.'

On the top of the pile though were Jacobson and Bae, both of whom were six under for the day to climb from sixth to joint first.

Surveying the scene: Donald and his caddie John McLaren walks up to the sixth green

Surveying the scene: Donald and his caddie John McLaren walks up to the sixth green

For Jacobson it was a continuation of the form which saw him finish seventh at Pebble Beach last week.

'Obviously I take a lot out of that, just being in contention again,' Jacobson said. 'I've had some good practice sessions before, but to bring it on the course and play under pressure, that's what it's about.'

There was no room to relax, though, with a number of notable names on the heels of the top five.

Leading the way: Fredrik Jacobson shares the lead at the halfway stage

Leading the way: Fredrik Jacobson shares the lead at the halfway stage

World No 8 Lee Westwood headed up a group of three players on six under, which also included major winners Charl Schwartzel and Webb Simpson.

Overnight leader Matt Kuchar was among the players on five under having carded a two-over 73, as was defending champion Bill Haas, while Sergio Garcia, Adam Scott, Ernie Els and Phil Mickelson were all four under.

Out in front: Sang-Moon Bae is going well in California

Out in front: Sang-Moon Bae is going well in California

Among the remainder of the British contingent, Brian Davis (three under), Greg Owen (two under), David Lynn (one under) and Ross Fisher (one over) all made the cut, but Martin Laird and Graeme McDowell missed out.

Other big names to miss the cut included Dustin Johnson, Padraig Harrington, Mike Weir, Zach Johnson, Geoff Ogilvy, Bubba Watson and Lucas Glover.

Hong Kong Open 2012: Miguel Angel Jimenez shares lead with Michael Campbell

Jimenez could become oldest European Tour winner as veteran shares lead in Hong Kong heading into final round

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UPDATED:

10:13 GMT, 17 November 2012

Miguel Angel Jimenez and Michael Campbell share the lead with a round to go in the UBS Hong Kong Open at Fanling.

At 48 Jimenez can become the oldest winner in European Tour history, while 43-year-old Campbell is trying to end a winless drought going back to 2005.

New Zealand's former US Open champion sank an 18-foot par putt on the last for a 69 that matched Jimenez's 10 under par total after the Spaniard played a superb chip to two feet for a 68.

Driving force: The veteran shares the lead in Hong Kong with one round remaining

Driving force: The veteran shares the lead in Hong Kong with one round remaining

Only one behind are 19-year-old Italian Matteo Manassero – he shot 64 six days after winning the Singapore Open – and China's 47-year-old Zhang Lian-wei, ranked only 1,274th in the world.

Two years ago Manassero became the youngest winner in Tour history and he is now seeking his fourth title. He burst through the field with a back nine 30, grabbing an eagle at the long 13th and four birdies.

Campbell led by one overnight and resumed with an 18-foot birdie putt, but was overtaken when playing partner Zhang birdied the next three. That was followed by a hat-trick of bogeys, however, and he could not get back on terms all day.

Eyes on the price: Jimenez could become the oldest winner in European Tour history

Eyes on the price: Jimenez could become the oldest winner in European Tour history

Campbell three-putted the sixth, came back with a nine-foot putt, but dropped another shot on the 11th to find himself in a three-way tie with Manassero and Jimenez.

Again he responded with another birdie, but Jimenez, twice a winner on the course, holed from nearly 20 feet at the 13th and both of them parred the last five holes.

Swede Fredrik Andersson Hed lies fifth, with Irishman Peter Lawrie and Dane Anders Hansen only three off the pace in joint sixth.

Welshman Rhys Davies, needing to stay 119th on the money to keep his Tour card, had survived the halfway cut with nothing to spare and with a 69 is in a tie for 53rd to one over. He is under threat, though, from Australian Andrew Dodt at four under. Dodt is 122nd on the standings.

Gregory Bourdy leads the Omega European Masters

Bourdy shoots bogey-free round to take two-shot lead at European Masters

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UPDATED:

00:13 GMT, 31 August 2012

Frenchman Gregory Bourdy led the Omega European Masters by two shots after a faultless nine-under-par opening round of 63 at Crans-sur-Sierre.

Bourdy, starting on the 10th tee, reached the turn on three under par and then surged to the top of the leaderboard with five birdies from his inward nine holes.

England's Oliver Fisher also completed the front nine of the course in 31, with five birdies, to finish the day in a two-way tie for second place with a six-under-par round of 65.

Leading the way: Gregory Bourdy sits top of the leaderboard

Leading the way: Gregory Bourdy sits top of the leaderboard

Fisher was joined by Sweden's Fredrik Andersson Hed, who finished with four birdies on the last five holes to also record an opening round of 65 on a low scoring day in the Swiss Alps.

Five players were tied for third place on five under par, with early pace-setters of Welshman Rhys Davies, England's Robert Coles and India's Anirban Lahiri all shooting a 66.

They were joined in the afternoon by Australian Scott Barr and England's David Howell. Seven players were one shot further back on four under.

Scotland's Paul Lawrie and Sweden's Peter Hanson, the only members of Europe's Ryder Cup team playing in Crans-Sur-Sierre this week, both opened with two-under-par rounds of 69.

Back in Ryder Cup action for the first time in 13 years, Lawrie arrived in Switzerland fresh from his victory in the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles.

Lawrie shot a 69, which featured three bogeys and five birdies.

It was up-and-down but not as
eventful a round as Fabrizio Zanotti, who carded seven birdies and an
eagle – but also a a triple bogey and four bogeys to also be on two
under par.

Flying Scot: Paul Lawrie is bidding to win back to back tournaments

Flying Scot: Paul Lawrie is bidding to win back to back tournaments

Hanson's round was not smooth either. The Swede was three over after bogeying the third, fifth and sixth holes but he recovered well to card five birdies.

Chinese amateur Andy Zhang, the 14-year-old who in June became the youngest ever player to qualify for the US Open, went round in a one-over-par 72.

Defending champion Thomas Bjorn opened with a a three-over 74, as did Swedish European Tour debutant Kristopher Broburg.

Coles would have joined Fisher and Andersson Hed in second place had he not dropped his only shot of the day at 18.

A three-time winner on the Challenge
Tour, Coles turns 40 on Sunday and he is aiming to mark the occasion
with his first European Tour victory.

'I'm
hungrier than ever, because recently I've had chances to win, and I've
started to believe that I can do it out here,' Coles told
europeantour.com.

Struggling: Thomas Bjorn shot a three-over par first round

Struggling: Thomas Bjorn shot a three-over par first round

“Maybe earlier in my career I didn't truly believe I could win, but that's changed.

'The hunger comes from knowing you're capable, I just need to prove it.

'I'm probably hungrier now than I was in my twenties.

'To win any tournament would be great, but to win it on my birthday would be extra special. Although maybe they'll call it off on Saturday and we only play 54 holes, I could still win it as a 39-year-old!'

Bourdy achieved top 20 finishes at each of his last two European Tour outings and he is now in prime position to push for a fourth career victory, and his first since the 2009 Hong Kong Open.

'It was a great day. I don't think I've ever played better,' said Bourdy.

'This course isn't the most difficult, but it's not the easiest either because you have to hit the ball very straight, and I managed to do that today.

'I only missed one shot all day, but still managed to save par. My attitude was very good; I was very positive and that's why I finished very well.'

Danny Willett and Marc Leishman move up Tour rankings

Willett and Leishman zoom up Tour rankings after heroics in Cologne and Connecticut

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UPDATED:

13:23 GMT, 25 June 2012

England's Danny Willett and Australian Marc Leishman have both made huge leaps up the world rankings after their weekend wins.

Willett is up from 204th to 115th following his first European Tour success at the BMW International Open in Cologne, while Leishman moves from 160th to 78th thanks to his maiden PGA Tour victory at the Travelers Championship in Connecticut.

Leishman came from six shots back with a closing 62 and had to wait two hours to discover if it was good enough.

Things are looking up: Willett and Leishman profited from wins

Things are looking up: Willett and Leishman profited from wins

Things are looking up: Willett and Leishman profited from wins

American Charley Hoffman was the likely winner until he double-bogeyed the 17th and bogeyed the last to drop to joint second with Masters champion Bubba Watson.

It might have been an Australian double, but Willett beat Marcus Fraser at the fourth hole of a play-off.

Latest leading positions in the world golf rankings

1. Luke Donald 9.96pts, 2 Rory McIlroy 8.89, 3 Lee Westwood 8.33, 4 Tiger
Woods 6.70, 5 Webb Simpson 6.62, 6 Bubba Watson 6.25, 7 Matt Kuchar
5.91, 8 Jason Dufner 5.75, 9 Justin Rose 5.61, 10 Hunter Mahan 5.41. 11 Graeme McDowell 5.16, 12 Steve Stricker 5.03, 13 Dustin Johnson 4.89,
14 Phil Mickelson 4.86, 15 Martin Kaymer 4.84, 16 Adam Scott 4.68, 17
Charl Schwartzel 4.60, 18 Zach Johnson 4.58, 19 Rickie Fowler 4.49, 20
Louis Oosthuizen 4.49.

Other leading Europeans: 22 Sergio Garcia, 25 Peter Hanson, 28 Ian
Poulter, 29 Paul Lawrie, 34 Francesco Molinari, 36 Nicolas Colsaerts, 37
Thomas Bjorn, 38 Martin Laird, 40 Carl Pettersson, 42 Fredrik Jacobson,
44 Alvaro Quiros, 46 Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano, 48 Simon Dyson, 49
Robert Karlsson, 55 Rafael Cabrera Bello, 56 Anders Hansen, 59 Robert
Rock, 60 Paul Casey, 64 Matteo Manassero, 69 Padraig Harrington, 71
Miguel Angel Jimenez, 81 Darren Clarke, 83 Brian Davis, 86 Pablo
Larrazabal, 87 Joost Luiten, 90 Alexander Noren, 94 Michael Hoey, 97
Richie Ramsay, 99 Bernd Wiesberger.

Arsenal Invincibles win Best Team in Premier League 20 Seasons Awards

Invincible! Arsenal's legendary 03-04 team voted Premier League's best

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UPDATED:

12:01 GMT, 15 May 2012

Arsenal's unbeaten title-winning team of 2003-04 have been votes as the Best Team in the Premier League's 20 Seasons Awards.

Arsene Wenger's team, skippered by Patrick Vieira, became known as the 'Invincibles' after becoming the first team to win the Premier League title having not lost a game.

Invincible: Arsenal celebrate going the entire 2003-04 season unbeaten

Invincible: Arsenal celebrate going the entire 2003-04 season unbeaten

THE INVINCIBLES

Position: 1st
Played: 38
Won: 26
Drew: 12
Lost: 0
For: 73
Against: 26
Goal Difference: +47
Points: 90

And their achievement of eight years ago has been recognised by a panel of leading football pundits, journalists and commentators

'I am very proud of this and very happy,' said Wenger as he received the award. 'I told the players at the time that they could achieve something special once we were champions – being invincible.

'And they did it. At the time they didn’t realise how much it would mean in the future, but I’m very proud of the achievement of course.

'My target is to get Arsenal back to that level.

Perfect: Arsenal celebrate winning the title at White Hart Lane

Perfect: Arsenal celebrate winning the title at White Hart Lane

Perfect: Arsenal celebrate winning the title at White Hart Lane
Where are they now…

Jens Lehmann – aged 42, retired

Lauren – 35, retired

Kolo Toure – 31, Manchester City

Sol Campbell – 37, retired

Ashley Cole – 31, Chelsea

Fredrik Ljungberg – 35, free agent

Gilberto Silva – 35, Gremio

Patrick Vieira – 35, Man City football development executive

Robert Pires – 38, free agent

Dennis Bergkamp – 43, Ajax assistant manager

Thierry Henry – 34, New York Red Bulls

'I feel personally that we are not far away from being able to fight for the championship, and let’s hope we can show that next season.'

Wenger's side became the first team since Preston North End in 1889 to achieve the feat in the top flight, and they played 16 matches more.

The team were the last Arsenal side to win the Premier League and included the likes of Vieira, Sol Campbell, Ashley Cole, Dennis Bergkamp and Thierry Henry.

They won the title by an 11-point margin from Chelsea after triumphing in 26 of their 38 matches.

Vieira told PremierLeague.com last month: 'Can anyone do it again Never say never because in football anything can happen. It will be difficult to do it but I am sure a team will.

'I think it will take a special team to do it. Of course you need luck, but overall you need to believe as a team.

'When you achieve something like that as
a team it is really special because people will talk about it until it
gets beaten – and you never know how long it is going to take. It was a
fantastic team performance.'

Distant memory: Arsenal have not won the title since

Distant memory: Arsenal have not won the title since

Distant memory: Arsenal have not won the title since

Matt Every lights up Texas Open with record start

Flawless Every lights up Texas Open with record start

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UPDATED:

00:09 GMT, 20 April 2012

Matt Every shot a new course record to take a three-shot lead after the opening round of the Valero Texas Open.

The 28-year-old American lit up TPC
San Antonio with a flawless nine-under-par 63 to break the previous
course mark, held by Ryan Palmer and Scott Piercy in 2010, by a single
stroke.

Matt finish: Every, left, and his wife, Danielle, centre, hitch a ride in a golf cart following the first round

Matt finish: Every, left, and his wife, Danielle, centre, hitch a ride in a golf cart following the first round

Every set up his low round, which defied the tough conditions, with a hat-trick of birdies after starting on the back nine.

After reaching the turn in 31 the Floridian picked up four more strokes on the way home to card nine birdies.

'It was good,' Every said. 'Man, it was fun. I got a couple of breaks in the middle of the round to keep it going and I end up with 63.'

Hunter Haas is Every's closest challenger after the Texan eagled the par-five 18th to ensure he was clear in second place with a round of 66.

The 35-year-old was also bogey-free, picking up four strokes through 11 holes, before highlighting his round at the last after hitting a three wood to within five feet.

Water hazard: Tim Petrovic negotiates a stream on the 18th hole as he looks for his ball that landed in the water

Water hazard: Tim Petrovic negotiates a stream on the 18th hole as he looks for his ball that landed in the water

Ben Curtis was on his own in third after his opening 67 with a group of five players a stroke behind on four under.

Sweden's Fredrik Jacobson was amongst them to break up an otherwise all-American top to the leaderboard that also included Cameron Beckman, Jason Gore, Troy Matteson and Derek Lamely.

Defending champion Brendan Steele endured a torrid day as he shot a 73, including double bogey at the par four fourth, as he failed to shake off his poor recent form.

The 28-year-old has failed to build on his rookie-year success of a year ago and has missed his previous three cuts, most recently at the Masters.

Kevin Na, who memorably took 16 at the ninth last year, returned to par the hole but he could only muster an eight-over 79 to already be out of contention.

13-year-old Guan Tian-lang struggles at China Open

13-year-old makes history at China Open but struggles to keep up with the big boys

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UPDATED:

10:59 GMT, 19 April 2012

China's Guan Tian-Lang made history
when he teed-off in the Volvo China Open on Thursday morning to become the youngest ever player on the
European Tour at the age of 13 years and 173 days.

His debut proved taxing,
however, with two bogeys and one double bogey over his first five holes
leaving him four over par and second-last on the leaderboard. He eventually finished five over par and 150th in the field.

Guan, who beat the record of
compatriot Lo Shik-kai set at the 2003 Hong Kong Open, secured a place
in the field after finishing fourth in a qualifying event.

Teen dream: Guan Tian-lang has become the youngest player to compete in a European Tour event

Teen dream: Guan Tian-Lang has become the youngest player to compete in a European Tour event

England's Matthew Baldwin claimed the clubhouse lead on the first day after opening with an assured seven-under-par 65.

China Open leaderboard

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The 26-year-old seized the initiative at Tianjin's Binhai Lake Golf Club with a bogey-free round to lead by one from Joost Luiten, Scott Strange, Jean-Baptiste Gonnet, Fredrik Andersson-Hed and fellow Englishman Gary Boyd.

'It was very good today so I am happy with that,' Baldwin said on the European Tour's website.

A little green: Amateur Guan won a place in the field after coming through a local qualifying event

A little green: Amateur Guan won a place in the field after coming through a local qualifying event

'My caddie and I set out this morning with a game play of trying to make 18 pars and take our chances when they came, and it turned out to be one of those days where there were a lot of chances and I managed to take a few of them.'

Favourite: Ian Poulter blasts away his tee shot on the 14th at the Binhai Lake Golf Course

Favourite: Ian Poulter blasts away his tee shot on the 14th at the Binhai Lake Golf Course

England's Graeme Storm was among a host of players two strokes off the pace, while Sweden's Alexander Noren was posing the biggest threat to the early clubhouse pace after going five under through 10 holes.

Back in form: Englishman Paul Casey shot in action during the first round in China

Back in form: Englishman Paul Casey shot in action during the first round in China

Scotland's Colin Montgomerie was on four under after a 68, while Sweden's Peter Hanson and England's Ian Poulter – both of whom enjoyed top-10 finishes at the Masters – found themselves six off the leading pace after 71s.

Englishman Paul Casey shot a four under par round of 68, while compatriot Simon Dyson sat one under par after a 71.

Swede dreams: Peter Hanson, fresh from his tie for third at the Masters, was back in European Tour action

Swede dreams: Peter Hanson, fresh from his tie for third at the Masters, was back in European Tour action

Luke Donald v Ernie Els at Accenture World Match Play

Out-of-form Donald begins defence of World Match Play title against falling giant Els

By
Sportsmail Reporter

Last updated at 8:16 AM on 20th February 2012

Luke Donald is set to start his Accenture Match Play title defence against former world No 1 Ernie Els in Tucson on Wednesday.

Both have question marks over their form after finishing the Northern Trust Open in Los Angeles with rounds of 78, Donald having eight bogeys in his last 12 holes.

They finished 56th and 59th respectively, but while Donald retains his world No 1 spot Els – desperate to climb into the top 50 by the end of next month to qualify for the Masters – dropped from 65th to 68th.

Not at his best: World No 1 Luke Donald shot 78 on Sunday at Riviera

Not at his best: World No 1 Luke Donald shot 78 on Sunday at Riviera

In danger: Ernie Els is close to missing out on qualifying for The Masters

In danger: Ernie Els is close to missing out on qualifying for The Masters

Provisional draw (seeded positions):

(1) Luke Donald v (64) Ernie Els
(32)
Jason Dufner v (33) Peter Hanson
(16) KJ Choi v (49) Kyle Stanley
(17)
Brandt Snedeker v (48) Retief Goosen
(8) Adam Scott v (57) Robert Rock
(25) Bo Van Pelt v (40) Mark Wilson
(9) Dustin Johnson v (56) Jim Furyk

(24) Thomas Bjorn v (41) Francesco Molinari (4) Martin Kaymer v (61)
Greg Chalmers
(29) David Toms v (36) Rickie Fowler
(13) Matt Kuchar v
(52) Jonathan Byrd
(20) Bubba Watson v (45) Ben Crane
(5) Steve Stricker
v (60) Kevin Na
(28) Louis Oosthuizen v (37) Aaron Baddeley (12) Graeme
McDowell v (53) YE Yang
(21) Hunter Mahan v (44) Zach Johnson
(2) Rory
McIlroy v (63) George Coetzee
(31) KT Kim v (34) Anders Hansen
(15)
Sergio Garcia v (50) Miguel Angel Jimenez (18) Keegan Bradley v (47)
Geoff Ogilvy
(7) Jason Day v (58) Rafael Cabrera-Bello
(26) Simon Dyson v
(39) John Senden
(10) Charl Schwartzel v (55) Gary Woodland (23) Ian
Poulter v (42) Bae Sang-moon
(3) Lee Westwood v (62) Nicolas Colsaerts
(30) Robert Karlsson v (35) Fredrik Jacobson (14) Nick Watney v (51)
Darren Clarke
(19) Tiger Woods v (46) Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano
(6) Webb
Simpson v (59) Matteo Manassero (27) Alvaro Quiros v (38) Martin Laird

(11) Bill Haas v (54) Ryo Ishikawa
(22) Justin Rose v (43) Paul Lawrie

This week's event is for the game's leading 64, but the field was based on last week's ranking and Els was given a spot when Phil Mickelson confirmed he was missing the tournament to go on a family holiday.

Unless there are any further withdrawals before the draw becomes official at lunchtime Rory McIlroy, back up to second in the world ahead of Lee Westwood, will take on South African George Coetzee, called in as second reserve following Paul Casey's decision to delay his return from dislocating his shoulder snowboarding last month.

Westwood's match with Belgian Nicolas Colsaerts is set to be one of six all-European clashes.

Spaniards Sergio Garcia and Miguel Angel Jimenez are on collision course, as are Swedes Robert Karlsson and Fredrik Jacobson, Justin Rose and Paul Lawrie, Martin Laird and Alvaro Quiros and also Thomas Bjorn and Francesco Molinari.

Tiger Woods, knocked out by Bjorn in the first round at Dove Mountain last year, will be up against Spain's Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano, with the winner to face either Open champion Darren Clarke or American Nick Watney.

Clarke beat Woods in the 2000 final.

Lee Westwood climbs above Rory McIlroy to world No 2

Westwood climbs above McIlroy to world No 2 following win in Thailand

Lee Westwood has taken the world No 2 spot off Rory McIlroy with his seven-shot victory at the Thailand Championship.

Ian Poulter, meanwhile, is back in the top 20 and will end the year 16th thanks to his three-stroke win at the JBWere Masters in Australia.

On the up: World No 2 Lee Westwood

On the up: World No 2 Lee Westwood

England now have five of the world”s top 20, led, of course, by No 1 Luke Donald.

Spain”s Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano, meanwhile, moves back into the top 50 just in time to secure a Masters debut at Augusta next April.

Of the year-ending top 10 American Webb Simpson has made the biggest leap forward, all the way from 213rd to 10th.

Top 20: Ian Poulter won in Australia

Top 20: Ian Poulter won in Australia

Tiger Woods has fallen from second to 23rd in 2011, Phil Mickelson from fourth to 14th and Jim Furyk from fifth to 50th, while the others to drop out of the top 10 are Graeme McDowell (sixth to 13th) and Paul Casey (eighth to 20th).

Leading positions in the world golf rankings at the end of 2011 (final 2010 positions in brackets):

1 (9) Luke Donald 10.03pts, 2 (1) Lee Westwood 8.06, 3 (10) Rory McIlroy7.77, 4 (3) Martin Kaymer 6.55, 5 (24) Adam Scott 5.50, 6 (7) Steve Stricker 5.33, 7 (14) Dustin Johnson 5.27, 8 (38) Jason Day 5.07, 9 (34)Charl Schwartzel 5.06, 10 (213) Webb Simpson 5.03
11 (13) Matt Kuchar 4.71, 12 (35) Nick Watney 4.70, 13 (6) Graeme McDowell 4.55, 14 (4) Phil Mickelson 4.48, 15 (47) KJ Choi 4.31, 16 (11)Ian Poulter 3.88, 17 (78) Sergio Garcia 3.87, 18 (30) Justin Rose 3.85,19 (19) Hunter Mahan 3.76, 20 (8) Paul Casey 3.73

Other leading Europeans:

22 (49) Alvaro Quiros, 24 (17) Robert Karlsson, 28 (64) Simon Dyson, 34 (70) Anders Hansen, 35 (124) Thomas Bjorn, 39 (131) Fredrik Jacobson, 41(15) Francesco Molinari, 42 (40) Peter Hanson, 44 (27) Miguel Angel Jimenez, 47 (50) Martin Laird, 48 (98) Darren Clarke, 49 (92) Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano, 58 (62) Matteo Manassero, 64 (97) Joost Luiten, 65 (18) Edoardo Molinari, 66 (141) Alex Noren, 72 (152) Nicolas Colsaerts, 77 (364) Pablo Larrazabal, 83 (244) Paul Lawrie, 85 (23) Padraig Harrington, 86 (100) Jamie Donaldson, 90 (113) Gregory Havret, 91 (209) David Lynn, 100 (33) Ross Fisher.