April 12: Thongchai Jaidee of Thailand etched another milestone in his career when he safely made the cut at the Masters Tournament for the first time in three attempts after a second round two-over-par 74 on Friday.
April 11: Black Mountain sponsored player Thongchai Jaidee of Thailand stayed on course of making the cut at the Masters for the first time in three appearances after he opened his campaign at Augusta National Golf Club with a solid one-over-par 73.
April 9: As the world gets ready to welcome the year’s first Major at the Augusta National Golf Club this week, Black Mountain sponsored player Thongchai Jaidee of Thailand is also preparing for one of his career’s biggest tests when he tees up at the Masters.
Björn Hellgren cruised to victory at the Black Mountain Invitational by Nordea when he shot a final round three-under-par 69 on Saturday. The ice cold Swede registered a 13-under-par 203 total to defeat Sebastian Söderberg of Sweden by four shots at the immaculate Black Mountain Golf Club.
Björn Hellgren is the winner at Black Mountain Invitational by Nordea 2014. Björn won by 4 strokes after playing very solidly.
Björn Hellgren made his move up the leaderboard after carding another sensational second round five-under-par 67 to lead the Black Mountain Invitational by Nordea.
Starting the day in tied-third position alongside Black Mountain sponsored player Pelle Edberg, Hellgren made sure his climb up the leaderboard would be swift when he got off the blocks quickly with three birdies in his opening five holes at the Black Mountain Golf Club.
Black Mountain Invitational by Nordea round two. Björn Hellgren marks his scorecard with one more 67 round. That deserves respect from tee 73. Watch him reflect on his game today.
The upcoming swede, Nils Floren, from Vallda G&CC was on fire yesterday, -6 which is only one stroke from the lead. Listen to what he says about what part of his game will take him to the top of the leaderboard on this important moving day at Black Mountain Invitational by Nordea.
It was an opening start that he had hoped for.
Marking his card with six birdies, one eagle and a bogey, Sweden’s Thomas Petersson took pole position atop the leaderboard with a seven-under-par 65 at the Black Mountain Invitational by Nordea.
Black Mountain sponsored player Pelle Edberg knows his way around Black Mountain. An early bogey didn’t stop the swede from Hooks Herrgård, who was in the zone coming down the stretch. Pelle put 7 birdies on his scorecard today, finishing -5 in tough, warm and windy conditions.