Dylan Frittelli
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Recent Results

tournament date total score
AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open 10/05/2015 148
Tshwane Open 15/03/2015 274
Africa Open 08/03/2015 280
Joburg Open 01/03/2015 144
SA Open Championship 11/01/2015 150
Alfred Dunhill Championship 14/12/2014 284

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St. Jude Classic champion Daniel Berger has risen to No. 24 in the world following his victory at the tournament on Sunday. He was previously ranked No. 43.

Dylan Frittellli, winner of the Lyoness Open, rose from 104th to 76th with his inaugural win on the European Tour.

There was small movement in the Top 10, where both Jordan Spieth (No.5…

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South Africa’s Dylan Frittelli won his first European Tour event at the Lyoness Open Sunday, riding a 5-under in the final round to finish 12-under, edging three other players by a single stroke.

He rode up the leaderboard as Chile’s Felipe Aguilar was tumbling down. Despite leading after 18, 36, and 54 holes, Aguilar bombed out with a 3-over 75…

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France’s Alexander Levy notched a birdie on the first playoff hole to win the Volvo China Open over South Africa’s Dylan Frittelli on Sunday.

Levy was seven strokes behind the South African after 54 holes, but shot a 67 on Sunday to roar back to force a playoff. After shooting an opening-round 63 on Thursday, Levy was just 3-under in…

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Charl Schwartzel lost two strokes off his lead Saturday at the Alfred Dunhill Championship, but is still in prime position to win the tournament for the fourth time in his career on Sunday.

Schwartzel fired a 2-under 70 to reach 13-under through 54 holes, giving him a three-stroke lead over France’s Benjamin Hebert and Sebastien Gros.

Gros had the round of…

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