Both Joakim Lagergren (68-73) and Alexander Björk (73-69) have given themselves great startingpoints going into the weekend at Royal Golf Dar Es Salaam. Lagergren who only needed 24 puts the first round, kept playing steady during the second round as well. He mixed bogeys and birdies with a double on the 6th, and finished with a birdie on the 9th hole. He is shared 6th. Björk lost two strokes early, but had a strong comeback with three birdies on the first nine holes and followed up with three straight birdies (14-16) on the last nine holes, for a 69. He is in shared 16th place and had one of the 2nd days best scores on the super tough course. Read swedish article
The success rookie from 2017, Alexander Björk, plays this week on the European Tour after a five-week-break. After a very competitive start and 18 played holes at Centro Nacional de Golf in Madrid, he is in shared 3rd spot... Read swedish article
GolfSixes is a special tournament on the European Tour where the countries have two representatives each who will play Greensome matchplay together versus the other teams. The matches are over 6 holes and the tournament will be held in St Albans, England between 6-7th may. Event info and tickets
Alexander Björk made it four top-twenty finishes from just seven European Tour appearances this season as he claimed a T19 finish at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters this weekend. The Swede’s consistent form continued as he delivered four consecutive back-to-back under-par rounds on his way to another impressive result. Alexander was joined in Doha by fellow MB Partners clients Chris Hanson and Jordan Smith who were looking to replicate their 2017 successes in Qatar, where they finished in T18 and T6 respectively. Read more here
Both Alexander Björk and Jordan Smith delivered impressive performances at the NBO Oman Open this week as they collected T12 and T26 finishes respectively. The pair were joined by Chris Hanson as the MB Partners trio headed to the Al Mouj Golf course as the Middle Eastern nation played host to a European Tour event for the first time. The Aggreko-supported golfer, Jordan Smith, headed to Muscat with fond memories as he returned to the scene of his Challenge Tour Order of Merit triumph back in 2016.... Read more here
It was a week to remember for the MB Partners golfing stable after impressive performances from Chris Hanson and Alexander Björk saw them both finish inside the top ten at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic. Consistently low-scoring saw Alexander trouble the tight end of the leader board all week while Chris enjoyed a memorable final day, as six birdies from his final nine holes saw him catapult up the leaderboard..... Read more here
Judging by the way Alexander Björk played in his rookie season on the European Tour in 2017, you would’ve thought the Swede has been competing at the top level for years. Such was the composure and consistency the 27 year old showed it became very easy to forget that he graduated from the Challenge Tour as recently as 2016. Björk, who finished tied third in overall scoring on the European Tour in 2017 at 112 under par, only missed six cuts all-season, while posting ten top 20 finishes in the process to... Read more here Read more here
MB Partners are delighted to announce the signing of Swedish golfing star, Alexander Björk, on a multi-year management agreement. The 27-year-old joins the company fresh off the back of an excellent breakthrough year on the European Tour where he finished the season placed in 43rd on the Race to Dubai rankings.
An impressive year on the Challenge Tour in 2016 ensured the Swedish talent...
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Alexander Björk opened up a one-shot lead in the final round of the UBS Hong Kong Open as long-time leader SSP Chawrasia fell victim to the difficult ninth in Fanling.
Chawrasia had looked in cruise control but a triple-bogey just before the turn saw him drop out of top spot for the first time since Thursday morning and Björk was in pole position to pounce.
The Swede was four under for his first 11 holes to move 12 under, a shot ahead of American Julian Suri and two clear of Chawrasia and Australian Wade Ormsby...
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Alexander Björk and Wade Ormsby joined SSP Chawrasia at the top of the leaderboard as things tightened up on day three of the UBS Hong Kong Open.
Indian Chawrasia held a two-shot lead coming into the weekend and extended that to three in the early stages before being reeled in by Swede Björk and Australian Ormsby at nine under.
Newly-crowned Race to Dubai Champion Tommy Fleetwood and Spaniard Rafa Cabrera Bello were then at eight under at Hong Kong Golf Club, a shot clear of English pair Chris Hanson and Justin Rose...
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