The European Tour leaves Malaysia behind as it heads to China for the second of three tournaments in South East Asia and ETW will be on the range at Binhai Lake Golf Club in the city of Tianjin to get the thoughts of the players as they prepare for the Volvo China Open.
Belgian Nicolas Colsaerts is the defending champion and he tells us about how he is finally fulfilling the massive potential he showed when first on Tour as an eighteen-year-old twelve years ago. Colsaerts, along with Alvaro Quiros, is the longest driver on Tour and this strength proved invaluable when winning his first Tour event twelve months ago.
This week’s review comes from the Maybank Malaysian Open where the players will have to contend with the inclement weather as well as each other.
Taking part in Kuala Lumpur was George Coetzee. Since the start of 2011, the South African has had ten top ten finishes and he tells us why it is only a matter of time before he joins the ever-growing list of compatriots as winners on The European Tour.
The Challenge Tour has recently been in Kenya. As well as a roundup of the tournament, we went with Chris Lloyd as he carried out his role as ambassador to Glad’s House - a charity working to take children off the streets and into a safe environment where they train as golf caddies, a cause supported by The Tour Players’ Foundation.
Together with all of the latest news and statistics from the Tour, this completes another edition of European Tour Weekly.