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The European Tour returns to South Africa this week with the Tshawne Open kicking off at the Pretoria Country Club in Waterkloof on Thursday March 1.

Here are some things to watch for and some facts to know about this week’s action.

The Course: Pretoria was designed by Bob Grimsdell and is a Parklands Golf Course with a par of 72….

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American Justin Thomas is back in familiar territory at the top of the FedEx Cup standings.

Thomas’ win at the Honda Classic on Sunday saw him rise to 1,258 points on the season, a mere 11 points behind previous leader Patton Kizzrie.  Thomas has needed seven event to reach his total; Kizzire 10.

World No. 1 Dustin Johnson is third with…

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2017 PGA Player of the Year Justin Thomas moved back to No. 3 in the world thanks to his victory at The Honda Classic on Sunday.

Thomas bypassed friendly rival Jordan Spieth with the victory. He’s closed within striking distance of No. 2 Jon Rahm. Rahm is averaging 8.821 points per tournament; Thomas is a step behind at 8.7374.

Dustin Johnson…

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Justin Thomas defeated Luke List in the first hole of a sudden-death playoff to win the Honda Classic on Sunday in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.

It’s Thomas’ eighth career PGA title and his sixth in the past 13 months.  Thomas has won twice this season already.

List led the tournament after 36 and 54 holes and overcame two bogeys in the…

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Eddie Pepperell withstood late charges from Oliver Fisher and Marcus Kinhult to win the Qatar Masters on Sunday, his first career title on the European Tour.

Pepperrell shot a 2-under 70, his worst score of the tournament, but a birdie on No. 16 – the fourth straight birdie he made on that hole – proved to be the difference.

“What a…

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The hoped-for Tiger Woods explosion never came on Saturday. Instead Luke List kept playing smart confident golf to lead the Honda Classic through three rounds.

List fired a 4-under 66 to take the lead. He’ll need at least that good a score to win the tournament. Wily Tour veteran Webb Simpson and 2017 PGA Player of the Year Justin Thomas…

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A pair of Englishmen have traveled have traveled 4,238 miles to battle for a European Tour title. Oliver Fisher and Eddie Pepperell are tied at 16-under through 54 holes at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters at the Doha Golf Club.

Pepperell fired a 66 on Saturday and Fisher countered with a 65. The US’ Sean Crocker is alone in third…

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Tiger Woods’ birdie on No. 17, the toughest hole at the PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, brought the biggest roars he’s heard in five years. Just five tournaments in to his big comeback from years of injuries, the 14-time Major winner is four strokes off the lead.

“I feel like I’m right there,” Woods said. “I’m right where…

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Spain’s Adrian Otaegui finished his second round with three straight birdies to shoot a 66 moving to 11-under and taking the lead at the Qatar Masters after two rounds of play on Friday.

He’s hardly running away with the tournament, though. Five players headed to Saturday within five strokes of the lead.

“I think it was similar out there today to…

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American Webb Simpson and Swede Alex Noren each shot a 4-under to take the Day One lead at the Honda Classic.

Tiger Woods shot an even-par 70 fighting off an early double bogey. It’s his fourth event back to a full schedule on the PGA Tour.

“I’m very pleased,” Woods said. “Today was not easy. It’s going to get more difficult…

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