Brendon de Jonge
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Recent Results

tournament date total score
The Greenbrier Classic 05/07/2015 276
Travelers Championship 28/06/2015 142
FedEx St. Jude Classic 14/06/2015 278
the Memorial Tournament 07/06/2015 144
AT&T Byron Nelson Championship 31/05/2015 269
Wells Fargo Championship 17/05/2015 147
The Players Championship 10/05/2015 289
Zurich Classic of New Orleans 26/04/2015 273
RBC Heritage 19/04/2015 276
Shell Houston Open 05/04/2015 275

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There’s something about September in the United States that gets Henrik Stenson to the top of his game.

Two years ago, he won the FedEx Cup with two victories in the final four tournaments of the year. He hasn’t won in the US since, but finished second at last week’s Barclays to vault into the top four of the current…

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American Charley Hoffman fired a 63, two off the course record at the TPC Boston, to jump out to a 3-stroke lead midway through the Deutsche Bank Championship, the second leg of the FedEx Cup.

Hoffman finished with a flourish, three straight birdies, part of a 5-under back nine that got him to 12-under for the tournament, three strokes ahead…

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In a case of “that’s golf for ya,” the field thick with superstars and contenders for No. 1 in the world are all being led by the guy ranked 56th in the FedEx Cup standings.

After missing the cut at The Barclays last week, De Jonge fired a 6-under 65, recording just one bogey against seven birdies. That has him…

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July 18

Brendon de Jonge, winner of the 2008 Xerox Classic, turns 35. A native of Zimbabwe, de Jonge attended Virginia Tech University and turned pro in 2003. His best finish in a Major was a tie for 26th at the 2011 PGA Championship.

Sir Nick Faldo, the UK’s most successful golfer and winner of six Majors, turns 58. Knighted by…

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Hudson Swafford fired a 6-under 66 to finish 11-under through 36 holes,the low score on a rain-soaked day in New Orleans.

Boo Weekley is also at 11-under, although his play stalled on the 15th hole. Weekly shot a 64 on Thursday.

South Africa’s Brendon de Jonge is part of a five-way tie for second, although only he and Cameron Tringale have…

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On a day when 94 different players shot at least one stroke under par, Boo Weekley and Brendon de Jonge were at the top of the heap, with each man firing an 8-under 64 at the Zurich Open of New Orleans on Thursday.

Weekley set the tone early with an eagle on No. 2, and added seven birdies against just…

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Ryan Moore fired a 4-under 67, tied for the best score of the day, to take a 1-stroke lead into the final round of the Valspar Open.

Moore fired 12 straight pars to open the day, then birdied four of last six holes to make his mark in the round. Moore is the only player in the field to shoot…

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Brandon DeJonge is the new leader in a crowded field as Valspar, thanks to two long birdie putts that earned him a 69 on Friday.

At 6-under, DeJonge, one of just a few African players not at home for the Tshwane Open this week, has a 1-stroke lead over four players, including two who he must consider lethal – world…

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Before the rains came in force, England’s Ian Poulter took the field by storm at the Turkish Airlines Open on Friday.

Poulter was 5-under through 14 to drop to 13-under for the tournament, opening up a three-stroke lead on Zimbabwe’s Brendon De Jonge, who is 10-under through 13 holes.

The tournament will restart at 8 a.m. Saturday local, with the conclusion…

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The swagger has come to Turkey.

Spain’s Miguel Angel Jimenez, who earlier this year became the oldest champion in European Tour history, fired a dazzling 9-under 63 to take a one-stroke lead following the first round of the Turkish Airlines Open at The Montgomerie Maxx Royal in Antalya, Turkey on Thursday.

Three-under at the turn, Jimenez eagled the par-4 No. 10,…

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