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Twenty-three-year-old Brandon Stone picked up the second title of his burgeoning European Tour career, cruising to the Alfred Dunhill Championships title by seven strokes on Sunday in Malelane.

Both of his wins have come in his home country of South Africa, and both in 2016, although technically in different seasons.

His closing round 67 was the second-best round of the day…

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If you don’t know Verne Lundquist’s name, you certainly know his voice if you’re a fan of recent or historic golf.

It was Lundquist who unspooled the marvelous history in the making as Jack Nicklaus shocked the universe by winning the Masters in 1986 at age 46.

It was Lundquist who called the greatest shot of Tiger Woods’ epic career, the…

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Native son Brandon Stone carded his second straight 66 on Saturday to take a 3-stroke lead into the final day of the Alfred Dunhill Championships being played at Leopard Creek Country Club in Malelane, South Africa.

Stone is 17-under through 54 rounds, which gives him a 3-stroke lead over countryman Charl Schwartzel and Keith Horne, who are tied with the…

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While all eyes continued to focus on Tiger Woods during the third round of the Hero World Challenge on Saturday, Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama ran away with the tournament lead.

Matsuyama recorded his second 65 in three days to race to 19-under, giving him a 7-stroke lead over Henrik Stenson and Dustin Johnson.

Woods, the tournament host, followed up his thrilling Friday…

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For those first eight holes, you wanted to take it back. The scoffing, the smirks, the calls for retirement, all of it.

Through eight holes in his first round of PGA golf in the past 466, Tiger Woods was that guy again. He knocked down four birdies – three of them in a row- to reach 4-under at the first…

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Denmark’s Soren Kjeldsen and Thorbjorn Olesen cruised to a 4-stroke win at the ISPS HANDA World Cup of Golf at the Kingston Health Golf Club in Melbourne, Australia on Sunday.

Kjeldsen and Olesen combined for a 6-under 66 to hold off Franche’s Victor Dubuisson and Romain Langasque and two other teams by four strokes. The Frenchmen shot a 63 on…

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Henrik Stenson’s Sunday 65 got him into a tie for ninth and allowed him to win the Race to Dubai title for the second time in his career.

Stenson amassed 5.289 million points in just 16 events to easily outpace second-place Danny Willett, who finished with 4.419 million in 25 events.

Stenson’s fellow Swede Alex Noren finished third with 3.995 million,…

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England’s young Matthew Fitzpatrick won the biggest non-Major on the European Tour schedule last Sunday, outduelling fellow Brit Tyrell Hatton in the final round to win the DP World Tour Championship.

It was a remarkable finish as Hatton led by one stroke through 17 only to bogey the 18th. Fitzpatrick never faltered sliding home a birdie putt to win the…

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Victor Dubuisson fired an 8-under 64 to take a 1-stroke lead into the final round of the DP World Tour Championship Saturday in Dubai.

Dubuisson has a 1-stroke lead over Belgium’s Nicolas Colsaerts and the UK’s Matthew Fitzpatrick and Tyrell Hatton. Dubuisson’s two previous wins on tour have been at the Turkish Airlines Open.

Dubuisson was 3-under through five holes thanks…

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Spain’s Sergio Garcia and Italy’s Francesco Molinari remain tied for the Dubai lead through two rounds, tied at 9-under.

Both players shot a 5-under 67 on Friday to drop to 9-under for the tournament.  The pair have a 1-stroke lead over Lee Westwood, who raced to the Day One lead with a 66 on Thursday.

Both Garcia and Molinari recorded six…

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