Tuesday, 14 May 2013
Here's who you can expect to hear from in this week's podcast...  (EuropeanTour)
Here's who you can expect to hear from in this week's podcast... (EuropeanTour)
With no event on The Race to Dubai last week, Richard Kaufman and Richard Boxall look back at The Players Championship on the PGA Tour which was won by world number one Tiger Woods. We hear from the four time winner this year Tiger Woods and also from Sergio Garcia who saw his hopes for victory fade dramatically at the notorious 17th hole at Sawgrass.  The Race to Dubai returns this week with two events, the Volvo World Match Play hosted by the Thracian Cliff Golf and Beach resort in Bulgaria for the first time and The Madeira Islands Open. And our tip of the Week comes from the exciting young German talent Moritz Lampert.

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