Tuesday, 18 June 2013
Robert Lee and John Hawksworth in the studio.  (EuropeanTour)
Robert Lee and John Hawksworth in the studio. (EuropeanTour)
Dan Roebuck, Richard Boxall and Bob Bubka look back on a magnificent maiden major triumph for Justin Rose at the US Open. We hear from the first English major winner for 17 years, as well as from a heart-broken Phil Mickelson who finished runner up at the event for an incredible 6th time. We also hear from the world’s number one and two Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy who struggled on a tough Merion course. We speak exclusively to Simon Thornton who won his first European Tour title at the Najeti Hotels et Golfs Open at St Omer. Plus former champion Pablo Larrazabal helps us look ahead to the next event on the Race to Dubai, the BMW International Open in Munich.

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