Wednesday, 12 June 2013
Autographed flags at the US Open  (Getty Images)
Autographed flags at the US Open (Getty Images)

This week European Tour Weekly comes from Merion Golf Club, Pennsylvania as the world’s top golfers prepare for the second Major of the year, the US Open Championship. ETW will be on the course getting the thoughts of the players as they prepare to attempt to replace Webb Simpson as US Open champion.

Luke Donald will be looking to improve on a disappointing US Open record that has seen the former World Number One miss three cuts in nine starts, with no top-10s and a best finish of joint 12th in 2006 at Winged Foot. But with the layout measuring only 6,996 yards off the back tees at Merion, Donald could have his best chance of finally winning that illusive first Major. ETW caught up with Donald to hear his thoughts on the eve of the event.

Our review comes from the Lyoness Open powered by Greenfinity and ETW will bring you the best of the action from the Diamond Country Club in Austria.

It’s been a big week for the Seniors as well, as they gathered at De Vere Mottram Hall, for the ISPS HANDA PGA Seniors Championship, and ETW will bring all the best action from the tournament.

And in what rounds off a busy week of action we will have all the news from Golf & Spa Kunetická Hora as The Challenge Tour visits the Czech Republic for the D+D Real Czech Challenge Open.

Together with all of the latest news and statistics from the Tour, this completes another edition of European Tour Weekly.

      

 

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