Francesco Molinari
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Recent Results

tournament date total score
Alstom Open de France 05/07/2015 280
Travelers Championship 28/06/2015 273
US Open 21/06/2015 285
the Memorial Tournament 07/06/2015 275
Irish Open Hosted by The Rory Foundation 31/05/2015 295
BMW PGA Championship 24/05/2015 276
Open de España 17/05/2015 282
Shell Houston Open 05/04/2015 285
Valero Texas Open 29/03/2015 81
Arnold Palmer Invitational 22/03/2015 279

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A 15-foot birdie on No. 18 gave Tyrrell Hatton the victory at the Italian Open on Sunday, eliminating the need for a three-way playoff.

Hatton fired a mistake-free 65 on Sunday, making five birdies on the back nine, none bigger than the final shot as he won for a second straight week on the European Tour.

“It’s amazing to win one…

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England’s Matt Wallace will attempt to hold off local favorite Francesco Molinari as the Italian Open wraps up on Sunday.

Wallace has a two-stroke lead over Molinari and fellow Brit Tyrrell Hatton.

“I’d say we’re probably only halfway there, halfway done, because Sunday is a different day,” Wallace said. “I’m going to go out, fight as hard as I can and…

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Six men shot 64s on Thursday at Day One of the Italian Open, none more impressive than defending champion Francesco Molinari.

With enormous crowds on hand to cheer for last year’s victorious native son, Molinari recorded nine birdies on his way to finish 7-under.

“It’s great to see the crowds,” Molinari said. “I think there’s a nice buzz around the placea…

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Italy’s Francesco Molinari, Belgium’s Thomas Pieters, and Scotland’s Scott Jamieson are tied atop the leaderboard after Day 2 of the BMW Open.

All three men are 7-under par and lead Maximilian Kieffer by two spots. A group including Lee Westwood and Henrik Stenson is at 5-under par.

Missing in action at the tournament is Rory McIlroy, ranked no. 2 in the…

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Spain’s Sergio Garcia and Italy’s Francesco Molinari remain tied for the Dubai lead through two rounds, tied at 9-under.

Both players shot a 5-under 67 on Friday to drop to 9-under for the tournament.  The pair have a 1-stroke lead over Lee Westwood, who raced to the Day One lead with a 66 on Thursday.

Both Garcia and Molinari recorded six…

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Francesco Molinari made all sorts of history on Sunday as he held off Danny Willett to win the Italian Open by one stroke.

With his closing-round 65, Molinari wound up 22-under, beating the Masters champion by one stroke. It’s his second time winning the Italian Open, making him the first native player to do this. He’s also the first Italian…

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Thongchai Jaidee nearely lapped the field en route to his eighth European Tour title on Sunday, winning the 100th Open de France at Paris’ Le Golf National. Starting on the 14th hole of Round 2, Jaidee did not record a bogey for 40 straight holes before closing with one on No. 18 on Sunday by which time he had…

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Belgium’s Nicolas Colsaerts raced to an early lead at the Open D’Italia Thursday thanks to his bogey-free 63 in the first round.

He stormed the course with eight straight birdies, starting with No. 14 on the back nine and rounding out at No. 3 on the front. That score has him two strokes ahead of Kristoffer Broberg, Shiv Kapur, and…

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Not a bad weekend for Swedish golf.

While Alex Norden won the Nordea Masters back home, David Lingmerth edged Justin Rose in a three-hole playoff, sinking a 5-foot par putt to take the victory after sinking a clutch 10-foot putt to force the playoff after Rose had made a 20-footer to wow the crowd in regulation.

Lingmerth, the leader after two…

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Justin Rose lowered his score by a stroke for the third straight day, and in doing so opened up a 3-stroke lead over the competition at The Memorial Saturday.

Rose fired off seven birdies on the round, notching just one bogey on the round, finishing the day with a 6-under 66.

He leads by two strokes over Italy’s Francesco Molinari and…

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