Golf-European Tour BMW Masters scores

Thu Oct 25, 2012 1:56pm IST

Oct 25 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the European Tour BMW Masters at the par-72 course on Thursday in Shanghai 
62 Jamie Donaldson (Britain)         62 
66 Peter Hanson (Sweden)             66 
   Francesco Molinari (Italy)        66 
67 Michael Hoey (Britain)            67 
   Jose Maria Olazabal (Spain)       67 
   Rory McIlroy (Britain)            67 
68 David Horsey (Britain)            68 
   Edoardo Molinari (Italy)          68 
   Alexander Noren (Sweden)          68 
   Martin Kaymer (Germany)           68 
   Louis Oosthuizen (South Africa)   68 
   Justin Rose (Britain)             68 
69 George Coetzee (South Africa)     69 
   Ross Fisher (Britain)             69 
   David Lynn (Britain)              69 
   Bernd Wiesberger (Austria)        69 
   Charl Schwartzel (South Africa)   69 
   Nicolas Colsaerts (Belgium)       69 
   Paul Lawrie (Britain)             69 
   Liang Wenchong (China)            69 
   Graeme McDowell (Britain)         69 
70 Richard Johnson (Sweden)          70 
   Su Dong (China)                   70 
   Richard Green (Australia)         70 
   Zhang Xinjun (China)              70 
   Alvaro Quiros (Spain)             70 
   Miguel Angel Jimenez (Spain)      70 
   Paul Casey (Britain)              70 
   John Daly (U.S.)                  70 
   Thongchai Jaidee (Thailand)       70 
   Matteo Manassero (Italy)          70 
   Bae Sang-Moon (South Korea)       70 
   Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano (Spain) 70 
   Rafael Cabrera-Bello (Spain)      70 
   Ian Poulter (Britain)             70 
   Luke Donald (Britain)             70 
   Branden Grace (South Africa)      70 
   Lee Westwood (Britain)            70 
71 Simon Khan (Britain)              71 
   Tom Lewis (Britain)               71 
   Michael Campbell (New Zealand)    71 
   Li Haotong (China)                71 
   Thomas Aiken (South Africa)       71 
   Simon Dyson (Britain)             71 
   Robert Karlsson (Sweden)          71 
   Wu Ashun (China)                  71 
   Thorbjorn Olesen (Denmark)        71 
72 Park Sang-Hyun (South Korea)      72 
   Huang Wenyi (China)               72 
   Henrik Stenson (Sweden)           72 
   Soren Kjeldsen (Denmark)          72 
   Anders Hansen (Denmark)           72 
   Jeev Milkha Singh (India)         72 
   Hu Mu (China)                     72 
   Danny Willett (Britain)           72 
   Shane Lowry (Ireland)             72 
73 Todd Hamilton (U.S.)              73 
   Jin Daxing (China)                73 
   S.S.P. Chowrasia (India)          73 
   Andres Romero (Argentina)         73 
   Mike Weir (Canada)                73 
   Joost Luiten (Netherlands)        73 
   Darren Clarke (Britain)           73 
74 Paul McGinley (Ireland)           74 
   Rich Beem (U.S.)                  74 
   Oliver Fisher (Britain)           74 
   Robert Rock (Britain)             74 
   Yang Yong-Eun (South Korea)       74 
75 Tsai Chi-Huang (Taiwan)           75 
   Wu Weihuang (China)               75 
   Thomas Levet (France)             75 
   Marcel Siem (Germany)             75 
   Richie Ramsay (Britain)           75 
76 Shaun Micheel (U.S.)              76 
   Yuan Hao (China)                  76 
   Zhang Lianwei (China)             76 
77 Pablo Larrazabal (Spain)          77 
78 Huang Yongle (China)              78
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