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Recent Results

tournament date total score
US Open 21/06/2015 277
Crowne Plaza Invitational 24/05/2015 274
Wells Fargo Championship 17/05/2015 145
The Players Championship 10/05/2015 285
Masters Tournament 12/04/2015 289
Arnold Palmer Invitational 22/03/2015 282
Valspar Championship 15/03/2015 146
WGC-Cadillac Championship 08/03/2015 284
Australian Masters 22/11/2014 280
WGC-HSBC Champions 09/11/2014 283

News and Views

Dustin Johnson won for the third time in eight events, taking the FedEx Cup lead in the process with a three-stroke win at the BMW Championship in Carmel, Indiana, on Sunday.

Johnson finished up his 23-under with a 5-under 67 on Sunday to finish three strokes ahead of the UK’s Paul Casey (-20).

Casey made a couple of rallies on Sunday,…

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Rickie Fowler was quiet through the four Majors this year, but has come alive in the PGA post-season.

The young American fired a 3-under 68 to take a 1-stroke lead over fellow American Patrick Reed on Day 3 at The Barclays. His round was simplicity itself: three birdies, 15 parts, and no bogeys. Fowler has not recorded a birdie since…

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FedEx Cup Standings

The top two players in the FedEx Cup standings continue to be two from outside the US borders for the week of April 18, Australians
Adam Scott and Jason Day.

Scott leads the chase with 1,731 points through nine events. He’s won twice and finished in the top 10 four times.

World No. 1 Day has also won twice and has four Top 10 finishes. He has 1,340 points, trailing Scott by 391 points.

2015 FedEx Cup Champion Jordan Spieth is currently sixth in the standings with 1,132 points through nine events. Day finished
second behind Spieth a year ago.

Winning the RBC Heritage Classic last Sunday moved South Africa’s Branden Grace into the top 20 of the standings at 19th with
790 points. Prior to the victory, his first on the PGA Tour, Grace was tied for 90th in the standings.

The top 125 players in the final standings qualify for the four-tournament post-season challenge with elevated points and prize money.

Race to Dubai Standings

Masters champion Danny Willett maintained his comfortable lead in the Race to Dubai standings this week, with more than 2.74 million points, more than a million ahead of his closest competitor.

Willett finished second in the Race to Dubai standings last year to eventual chmpion Rory McIlroy, who has won the title twice. McIlroy is currently fourth with 1.321 million points in five events. He is one of five players to have broken the 1-million point threshold, along with Louis Oosthuizen (1.548 million), Rafa Cabrera Bello (1.33 million), and Henrik Stenson (1.045 million).

Willett’s lead will likely last a while unless one of those four other players wins the US Open in June.

The top 60 players in total points qualify for the Final Series, a four-week series of tournaments with escalating prizes. Sweden’s David Lingmerth is currently the man on the hot seat at No. 60 with 132,767 points.

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There wasn’t much enjoyable about watching Jordan Spieth’s meltdown at the Masters Sunday afternoon, unless you’re a big fan of Danny Willett.

It was the first real showcase of Spieth being less than impenetrable in his quick ascension into golf’s elite over the past three years, and will probably draw him more attention at the US Open in two months…

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Jason Day reclaimed the No. 2 ranking in the world with his win at Bay Hill on Sunday, and is in position to retake the No. 1 spot from Jordan Spieth this weekend at the WGC-Dell in Austin, where Spieth played his collegiate golf.

Day’s victory saw him bypass Rory McIlroy and move within 0.3074 average points of Spieth, who…

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With his tie for third at the WGC-Cadillac Championship last weekend, the UK’s Danny Willett is back in a familiar spot in the Race to Dubai standings – No. 1.

With his busy schedule and consistent excellence, Willett has been near the top of the charts in the Final Series point accumulation for much of the last few years.

He is…

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Adam Scott’s remarkable second shot on No. 18 secured an easy par putt and the victory at the WGC-Cadillac Championship Sunday at the Trump National Doral in Miami.

Scott shook off two double bogeys in his opening five holes to fire a final-round 69 and win the tournament by one stroke over Bubba Watson.

On the 404-yard No. 18, Scott’s drive…

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Official World Golf Rankings

Adam Scott returned to the top 10 for the first time this year, winning the Honda Classic to rise from 13th to 9th. Scott was ranked No. 1 as late as August of 2014, but had slid further and further away from the top spot after not winning a tournament in 2015.

Honda runner-up Sergio Garcia also…

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In the end it didn’t really matter if Adam Scott used a belly putter, a normal putter, or quite frankly a log when it came time to make the winning shot at the Honda Classic.

About 30 inches was all that was required for Scott to knock in the winning putt that gave him a 1-stroke win over Sergio Garcia…

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Bubba Watson made clutch birdies on 16 and 17 on Sunday to win the Northern Trust Open by a single stroke with a 15-under 269 on Sunday in Riviera Country Club on Sunday.

Watson shot a final-round 68, staving off Adam Scott, whose 67 was nearly enough to force a playoff. Watson has now won at least one tournament in…

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