David Horsey
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Recent Results

tournament date total score
Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open 12/07/2015 139
Alstom Open de France 05/07/2015 155
BMW International Open 28/06/2015 277
Lyoness Open 14/06/2015 286
Irish Open Hosted by The Rory Foundation 31/05/2015 150
BMW PGA Championship 24/05/2015 147
Open de España 17/05/2015 286
Volvo China Open 26/04/2015 289
Shenzhen International 19/04/2015 285
Trophee Hassan II 29/03/2015 283

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Thornbjorn Olesen held off two late charges to finish 20-under and win the Turkish Airlines Open, the first leg of the Race to Dubai Final Series.

David Horsey and China’s Hao-Tong Li each shot a 65 to shave four strokes off Olesen’s lead, but it wasn’t enough. The Norwegian shot a 69 to win by three strokes with a combined…

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England’s Lee Slattery scored his second career European Tour title and bolstered his chances to contend in the Final Series, taking the M2M Russian Open by one stroke on Sunday in Moscow.

Slattery’s closing-round 69 was his worst score over the weekend, but it was enough to hold off Argetina’s Estanislao Goya, who shot a 68 to finish one stroke…

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A pair of European Tour journeyman with distant hopes of qualifying for the Race to Dubai year-end series, Scotland’s Scott Jamieson and Australia’s Daniel Gaunt, are tied for the lead at the M2M Russian Open at the conclusion of Thursday’s first round.

Jamieson, currently ranked 98th in the Race to Dubai standings, couldn’t have started off much hotter, birdying the…

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David Horsey overcame everything – losing his lead, a late charge by a local favorite, and an agonizing three-putt from eight feet out  – to win the Made in Demark Challenge, going wire to wire for his fourth European Tour title on Sunday.

After watching his lead slide from seven strokes to just one on Saturday, the Englishman fell out…

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Three bogeys on the back nine and a 65 from Australia’s Terry Pilkadaris have made things way too interesting for David Horsey heading into Sunday at the Made in Denmark Challenge.

The Englishman, who led the tournament by as much as seven strokes at points on Saturday, now holds just a 1-stroke lead heading into the final 18 holes.

Already 12-under…

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England’s David Horsey extended his lead to three strokes by firing a 4-under 67 on Friday at the Made in Denmark Challenge.

He has a 3-stroke lead over fellow Englishman John Parry and Australia’s Richard Green, who shot the low round of the day, a 6-under 65 to jump from 14th to second.

Parry shot a 67 to follow up his…

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England’s David Horsey attacked the course at the Himmerland Golf & Spa Resort in Farso, Denmark, on Thursday to the tune of an 8-under 63 to take a one-stroke lead at the Made in Denmark Challenge.

Just 1-under at the turn, Horsey eagled the 644-yard No. 11, then fired off five straight birdies between holes 13 and 17 to shoot…

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April 11

American Roland Thatcher turns 38. He grew up in a house right off the fifth hole of the TPC Woodlands outside Houston. He won three Web.com tournaments in his career.

April 12

American Steve Friesen turns 38. He has won Web.com Tour win and five Canadian victories in his career.

April 13

Sweden’s Pelle Edberg, who finished tied for 12th at the…

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It’s anyone’s tournament to win at the Tshwane Open as six players are tied for the lead through 54 holes – Craig Lee, Wallie Coetsee, George Coetzee, Trevor Fisher Junior, Adrian Otaegui, and David Horsey.

It’s the most players tied for  lead going into the final round on the European Tour since the Avantha Masters in 2010.

In addition to the…

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Four under par is a good day and a great back nine.

For Denmark’s Morten Orum Madsen on Thursday at the Tshwane Open, it was an absolutely stunning last two holes.

Madsen fired a hole-in-one on No. 8, then slipped in a 12-foot eagle putt on No. 9 to finish with a 63 on the opening day of the tournament in…

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