Latest Jeppe Huldahl Stories

2009-07-26 12:32:50

Argentina's Ricardo Gonzalez birdied five of the last six holes Sunday and won the SAS Masters in Malmo, Sweden, by two strokes. Gonzalez finished at 10-under-par 282 after a closing 69, winning for the first time in five years and fourth time overall on the European Tour.

2009-07-25 16:20:21

A 3-under-par 70 Saturday helped Australia's Marcus Fraser take a one-stroke lead through 54 holes at the European Tour's SAS Masters in Malmo, Sweden. A birdie at the par-4 17th led to Fraser's three-round total of 8-under 211. He began the round in a tie for fifth place and will attempt to bag his second tour win on Sunday at the longest course in European Tour history. Just keep plodding along -- that's all the mindset was, Fraser said a day before his 31st birthday.

2009-06-07 15:21:38

Jeppe Huldahl of Denmark shot a 4-under-par 67 Sunday to win the Celtic Manor Wales Open. For Huldahl, who posted a 9-under 275, it was his first European Tour victory.

2009-06-06 17:10:43

Heavy rain before the start of Saturday's third round forced a long delay at the Wales Open and play was suspended because of darkness. Jeppe Huldahl had a 3-under 68 to share the 54-hole lead at 5-under 208 with Nick Dougherty (70) and Ignacio Garrido (71).

2009-02-28 13:35:51

A 5-under-par 67 in Saturday's third round helped Thailand's Thongchai Jaidee forge a one-stroke lead at the Indonesia Open in Bali. Jaidee's 54-hole total, 9-under 207, leads Sweden's Alexander Noren (66) heading into Sunday's fourth and final round at Bali's New Kurta golf resort. Jaidee opened his third round with five birdies on the front nine.

2009-02-27 07:00:27

Steve Webster's second consecutive round of 3-under-par 69 was worth the lead Friday halfway through the European PGA Tour's Indonesia Open. Webster is at 6-under 138 after 36 holes, which is one stroke better than Jamie Donaldson, Simon Dyson and Jeppe Huldahl, who are tied for second.

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