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Recent Results

tournament date total score
US Open 21/06/2015 278
the Memorial Tournament 07/06/2015 146
AT&T Byron Nelson Championship 31/05/2015 208
Wells Fargo Championship 17/05/2015 150
The Players Championship 10/05/2015 287
RBC Heritage 19/04/2015 282
Masters Tournament 12/04/2015 289
Shell Houston Open 05/04/2015 282
WGC-Cadillac Championship 08/03/2015 293
The Honda Classic 01/03/2015 153

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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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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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Charl Schwartzel rose 11 spots in the rankings with his win at the Valspar Invitational, rising to No. 21 in the world in the latest installment of the Official World Golf Rankings.

Schwartzel has won thrice this year and moved up from 35th to 21st in the process.

Australian Scott Hend soared 53 spots in the rankings from 122nd to 79th…

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Official World Golf Rankings

South Africa’s Charl Schwartzel climbed to No. 31 in the world with his win at the Tshwane Open on Sunday, having now moved up 12 spots since the start of 2016.

American Jordan Spieth remained No. 1 for a 15th straight week and 21st overall. Next Monday he will catch Lee Westwood for the 10th-most weeks spent…

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With the kind of winning margin that only the likes of Tiger Woods or Jordan Spieth can appreciate, South Africa’s Charl Schwartzel dominated the field to win the Tshwane Open Sunday, firing a final-round 63 to finish 16-under, winning the tournament by eight strokes.

Any doubts that were had about his ability to win for the second time this year…

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Australian Open winner Matt Jones jumped 30 spots in the latest Official World Golf Rankings, and Alfred Dunhill Championship victor Charl Schwartzel rose 15.

Jordan Spieth, who finished second to Jones down under by a single stroke, retained his hold on the No. 1 spot in the world. It’s Spieth fourth straight week at No. 1, a career best, and…

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Charl Schwartzel found himself in a familiar place at the conclusion of Friday’s second round of the Alfred Dunhill Championships in South Africa.

The lead.

Dunhill fired a 67 on a day full of bad scores to open up a five-stroke lead heading into the weekend sessions at the Leopard Creek Country Club.

It’s no surprise that Schwartzel is excelling so far…

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In a field of local legends, Christiaan Basson marched to the beat of his own drum, firing an 8-under 64 to lead the Alfred Dunhill Championships by three strokes on Thursday.

Basson, who missed the cut at all five of his European Tour events in 2015, last played a full tournament in December of 2014, when he finished tied for…

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For all the European Tour players who wanted to get the bad taste of the 2015 season out of their mouths, good news: the 2016 season starts tomorrow.

The Alfred Dunhill Championship kicks off at Leopard Creek Country Club in Malelane, South Africa, on Thursday, one of four Sunshine Tour events co-sanctioned by the European Tour.

A South African player has…

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August 28

 Rick Fehr, a two-time winner on the PGA Tour, turns 53.  He won the 1986 BC Open and the 1994 Walt Disney World/Oldsmobile Classic.

Joakim Haeggman, a three-time winner on the European Tour, turns 46. The Swede won the 1993 Spanish Open, the 1997 Scandinavian Masters, and the 2004 Qatar Masters.

Lee Janzen, two-time winner of the US Open, turns…

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