Omega European Masters

September 6 - 9, 2018
Crans-sur-Sierre Golf Club -
Par70Yards0
Purse$2,984,005
Final
POSPLAYERTO PARTHRU
1Lucas Bjerregaard-17F
1Matthew Fitzpatrick-17F
3Mike Lorenzo-Vera-15F
4Nacho Elvira-12F
5Daniel Brooks-11F
6Hideto Tanihara-10F
6Ashun Wu-10F
8Darren Fichardt-9F
8Phachara Khongwatmai-9F
8Charl Schwartzel-9F
8Doug Ghim-9F
12Jeunghun Wang-7F
12Soren Kjeldsen-7F
12Lee Westwood-7F
12Gavin Kyle Green-7F
16Laurie Canter-6F
16Callum Shinkwin-6F
16Fabrizio Zanotti-6F
16Richard McEvoy-6F
16Pablo Larrazabal-6F
16Nino Bertasio-6F
16Haydn Porteous-6F
23Nicolas Colsaerts-5F
23Julien Guerrier-5F
23Chris Wood-5F
23Benjamin Hebert-5F
23David Horsey-5F
23Christiaan Bezuidenhout-5F
23Stephen Gallacher-5F
30Ryan Fox-4F
30David Drysdale-4F
30Matthew Southgate-4F
30Andy Sullivan-4F
30Thomas Aiken-4F
35Scott Jamieson-3F
35Justin Walters-3F
35Maximilian Kieffer-3F
35Andrew Johnston-3F
35George Coetzee-3F
35Chase Koepka-3F
35Erik van Rooyen-3F
35David Lipsky-3F
43Romain Wattel-2F
43Richard Sterne-2F
45Mikko Korhonen-1F
45Andres Romero-1F
45Scott Hend-1F
45Kiradech Aphibarnrat-1F
45Austin Connelly-1F
45S.S.P. Chawrasia-1F
51Gregory HavretEF
51Edoardo MolinariEF
51Lee SlatteryEF
51Matt WallaceEF
55Jorge Campillo+2F
56Alexander Levy+3F
56Marcus Kinhult+3F
56James Morrison+3F
59Jaco Van Zyl+4F
59Ross Fisher+4F
59Danny Willett+4F
59Pedro Oriol+4F
59Matthieu Pavon+4F
64Ricardo Gonzalez+5F
65Adrien Saddier+8F
66Josh Geary+9F
66Robert Karlsson+9F

Around the Green

New Zealand golfer Ryan Fox won his first European Tour event on Sunday in Perth, Australia and only learned Tuesday that he would get into the WGC-Mexico Championship field. That meant a journey of more than 10,000 miles, and he did not arrive until 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, with no chance to see the golf course. So a round of 72 was pretty impressive, despite Fox, 32, fighting off jet lag and fatigue. "I didn't know what planet I was on when the alarm went off at 7 this morning,'' he said.Fox said the decision to come wasn't that easy. Next week is the 100th playing of the New Zealand Open, meaning another long journey back.

Bob Harig
Bob Harig

Phil Mickelson is not a lock to play the Players Championship in three weeks. He's not a lock for anything in Florida. After trying to defend his title this week in Mexico, he said he might play as many as three times prior to the Masters -- or maybe just once. As much as he likes the new schedule, Mickelson said "I might have to work around a few things.'' One of those is that he is unlikely to play the week prior to every major this year. He said he's looking at Arnold Palmer, Players, Match Play and Valero coming up, he's just not sure how many he will choose.

Bob Harig
Bob Harig