Q&A: Branden Grace tells us his 'Best and Worst'
It’s time for another Best and worst, this time with South African Branden Grace. Grace has won 8 times worldwide including 7 victories on the European Tour.
Branden Grace: A Bio
Grace enjoyed a season beyond his wildest dreams in 2012, winning four times en route to taking sixth place in the Race to Dubai, having earned his card at the 2011 Qualifying School Final Stage.
Grace arrived as a serious Major contender in 2015 with a series of superb displays on the global stage.
After winning his fifth and sixth titles at the Alfred Dunhill Championship in December 2014 and the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters in January 2015, he finished tied fourth at the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay, two shots behind eventual winner Jordan Spieth.
The South African that form to the US PGA Championship in August, where he took third place, helped by a third round 64, and in November finished fifth at the WGC-HSBC Champions.
Grace continued in the same vein in 2016, successfully defending the Qatar Masters having entered the week off the back of three consecutive top five finishes.
Branden was talking to us a few days before the start of the Open Championship at a Callaway event at Ibrox stadium in Glasgow.