Tuesday, 02 July 2013
Robert Lee and John Hawksworth in the studio.  (EuropeanTour)
Robert Lee and John Hawksworth in the studio. (EuropeanTour)
Robert Lee and John Hawksworth reflect on a long overdue win for Paul Casey at the Irish Open. We’ve reaction from the Englishman to that victory and from those that tied for 2nd place; Robert Rock also of England and from Dutchman Joost Luiten. We also hear from Rory McIlroy who for the 3rd time this year on the European Tour, failed to make the cut in County Kildare. Plus former Golfer and now its Championship Director Jean van der Velde helps us preview the Alstom Open de France, which is the next event on the Race to Dubai, and gives us an insight into what changes might be made to Le Golf National course in Versailles ahead of it staging the 2018 Ryder Cup.


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