Porsche European Open

  • July 26 - 29, 2018
  • Green Eagle Golf Course
  • Par 72
    Yards 7,583
  • Purse $2,387,204
    2018 Champion Richard McEvoy


1Richard McEvoy-11F-
2Allen John-10F-
2Christofer Blomstrand-10F-
2Renato Paratore-10F-
5Hideto Tanihara-9F-
5Romain Wattel-9F-
7Paul Casey-8F-
7Matthias Schwab-8F-
9Matthew Nixon-7F-
9Charl Schwartzel-7F-
9David Drysdale-7F-
9Patrick Reed-7F-
13Alexander Levy-6F-
13Thomas Detry-6F-
13David Lipsky-6F-
13Scott Jamieson-6F-
13Jeunghun Wang-6F-
13Bryson DeChambeau-6F-
19Mike Lorenzo-Vera-5F-
19Matias Calderon-5F-
19Scott Hend-5F-
22Soren Kjeldsen-4F-
22Jose-Filipe Lima-4F-
22Jeff Winther-4F-
22Liam Johnston-4F-
22Daisuke Kataoka-4F-
22Connor Syme-4F-
22Marc Warren-4F-
29Lucas Herbert-3F-
29Oliver Wilson-3F-
29Thomas Aiken-3F-
29Jinho Choi-3F-
29Philipp Mejow-3F-
29Felipe Aguilar-3F-
29Maximilian Kieffer-3F-
29Lasse Jensen-3F-
29Rak Hyun Cho-3F-
29Bradley Dredge-3F-
39Lucas Bjerregaard-2F-
39Mikael Lundberg-2F-
39Richard Sterne-2F-
39Richie Ramsay-2F-
39Oliver Fisher-2F-
39David Horsey-2F-
45Nicolas Geyger-1F-
45Justin Walters-1F-
45Joel Stalter-1F-
48Birgir HafthorssonEF-
48Sebastien GrosEF-
48Sebastian HeiseleEF-
48Tapio PulkkanenEF-
48Callum ShinkwinEF-
48Sam HorsfieldEF-
54Matthieu Pavon+1F-
54Steven Brown+1F-
54Marcel Siem+1F-
54Andrew Dodt+1F-
54Henric Sturehed+1F-
54Adrien Saddier+1F-
54Julien Guerrier+1F-
54Christopher Mivis+1F-
54Nacho Elvira+1F-
63Scott Fernandez+2F-
64Jordan Smith+3F-
64Clement Sordet+3F-
64Kim Koivu+3F-
64Oliver Farr+3F-
68Adrian Otaegui+4F-
68James Morrison+4F-
68Oscar Serna+4F-
71Jonas Kolbing+5F-
72Benedict Staben+6F-
72Peter Hanson+6F-
74Jonathan Thomson+10F-


Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger turns in 34 at East Lake hitting 8 of 9 greens, but needing 16 putts. A 3-putt bogey at the first and birdies at the fifth and sixth have him -1 and 3 back of Rory McIlroy.

Pavon plays shot in his underwear at Portugal Masters

Matthieu Pavon of France resorted to extreme measures, stripping down to his underwear, to play a shot at the Portugal Masters.


Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger Woods has made a surprisingly successful return to golf in 2018 after four back surgeries and problems that he generally has acknowledged dated to 2013. Woods took it back a year farther on Wednesday when asked about his experience at his last Ryder Cup in 2012. "I wasn't feeling physically well that Ryder Cup, and that's were my back started bugging me.'' Woods had issues about a month earlier at the Barclays tournament where he said a bad hotel mattress contributed to his discomfort. At the Ryder Cup, Woods went 0-3-1 -- losing three team matches with Steve Stricker -- and for the first time sat out a session.