Tuesday, 27 August 2013
Robert Lee and John Hawksworth in the studio.  (EuropeanTour)
Robert Lee and John Hawksworth in the studio. (EuropeanTour)
This week Robert Lee is joined by John Hawksworth as they look back at a maiden Tour win for England’s Tommy Fleetwood at the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles. We hear more from Fleetwood as well as the two players he beat in the play off Ricardo Gonzalez of Argentina and Scotland’s Stephen Gallacher. On the PGA Tour The Masters Champion Adam Scott won The Barclays, the first of the Fedex Cup tournaments and we hear from the new World Number Two. We also preview two events this week the ISPS Handa Wales Open at Celtic Manor and the Northern Ireland Open Challenge with five time winner on tour Michael Hoey telling us why he is playing at this home event rather than in Wales.

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