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2009-08-30 14:54:59

Swede Peter Hedblom fired a 5-under-par 67 and won the Johnnie Walker Championship in Scotland Sunday, his third title on the European Tour. Hedblom completed the event at Gleneagles in Perthshire at 13-under 275, winning by a stroke over Martin Erlandsson, also of Sweden, who broke the course record with a 10-under 62 in the final round. Defending champion Gregory Havret of France (67) and former British Open champion Paul Lawrie (69) tied for third place at 278. Last week, Hedblom and...

2009-08-29 14:18:03

Peter Hedblom shot 4-under-par 68 Saturday and is the leader through three rounds at the European Tour's Johnnie Walker Championship. He overtook first- and second-round leader and 1999 British Open champion Paul Lawrie atop the leaderboard with an 8-under 208 total after starting the third round four strokes back. Lawrie (73) is 7-under 209, alone in second place. Today's round felt really, really good, Hedblom told reporters. I didn't really hit too many bad shots and felt like I holed some...

2009-08-22 15:22:18

Peter Hedblom shot 6-under-par 64 Saturday to forge a two-stroke lead after 54 holes of the European Tour's KLM Open golf tournament at Zanvoort, Netherlands. The Swede began the day in a tie for the top spot with defending champion Darren Clarke. Hedblom's round included an eagle at the par-5 second, a bogey at the par-3 11th, and five birdies. His three-round total, 14-under 196, is lowest on the tour this season. The start I got off to calmed me down a little bit, and after that I started...

2009-08-21 13:14:02

Defending champion Darren Clarke shot 3-under-par 67 Friday to tie Peter Hedblom for the 36-hole lead at the KLM Open golf tournament at Zanvoort, Netherlands. They supplanted first-round co-leaders Garry Orr and Paul McGinley. Their 36-hole total at 8-under 132 leads five golfers -- Bradley Dredge (67), Kenneth Ferrie (67), Peter Lawrie (67), Wade Ormsby (67) and Oskar Henningson (66) -- by one stroke. Clarke's round was dampened by bogeys at the first, fifth and ninth holes. Hedblom blew a...

2006-07-19 07:43:45

By Norman Dabell HOYLAKE (Reuters) - Peter Hedblom will hit the first shot at the British Open and that means, with a 6.30am tee-off, he will have to rise at 3.30am on Thursday. "I need to get up three hours before my tee-time to get my body up and running," the 36-year-old Swede Hedblom said on Wednesday. "By 6.30 the machine should be running nicely. "I suppose it's creating a bit of history by hitting the first drive but I hope I can hit the last putt this week as well. "That...

2006-06-17 14:14:39

By Larry Fine MAMARONECK, New York (Reuters) - Sweden's Peter Hedblom used a double dose of eagle magic on Saturday to shoot into contention early in the third round of the U.S. Open golf championship at Winged Foot. A hole-in-one at the third and a long eagle putt at the 515-yard par-five fifth, swept Hedblom from six over par to two over par, three shots behind overnight leader Steve Stricker. Warm and muggy conditions met golfers on Saturday's so-called moving day at the U.S....

2006-06-17 13:54:21

By Larry Fine MAMARONECK, New York (Reuters) - Sweden's Peter Hedblom used a double dose of eagle magic on Saturday to shoot into contention early in the third round of the U.S. Open golf championship at Winged Foot. A hole-in-one at the third and a long eagle putt at the 515-yard par-five fifth, swept Hedblom from six over par to two over par, three shots behind overnight leader Steve Stricker. Warm and muggy conditions met golfers on Saturday's so-called moving day at the U.S....


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