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Recent Results

tournament date total score
Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open 12/07/2015 143
US Open 21/06/2015 294
the Memorial Tournament 07/06/2015 150
Irish Open Hosted by The Rory Foundation 31/05/2015 148
BMW PGA Championship 24/05/2015 296
AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open 10/05/2015 271
Trophee Hassan II 29/03/2015 280
Tshwane Open 15/03/2015 266
Africa Open 08/03/2015 145
Joburg Open 01/03/2015 277

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Thorbjorn Olesen shot a tournament-low 62 to jump into first place at the Turkish AIrlines Open on Friday, leading halfway through the first leg of the Final Series.

Olesen has a huge 6-stroke lead over unheralded Adrian Otaegui of Spain and Thailand’s Thongchai Jaidee.

Olesen’s lone blemish was a bogey on No. 11. OTherwise he shot 32 on the back nine…

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South Africa’s George Coetzee wasn’t an official part of the Race to Dubai Top 60 but you’d never know it by the way he played the first round at the Turkish Open.

Coetzee was hot out of the gates, hitting the turn at 4-under and adding four more birdies between No. 10 and No. 16 before bogeying 17.  Coetzee is ranked…

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His playoff win at the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open propelled South Africa’s George Coetzee into the top 10 of the current Race to Dubai standings.

With 677,811 points through 12 tournaments, Coetzee is 10th in the latest standings, and more than 100,000 points ahead of England’s Tommy Fleetwood for 11th.

Most of the top European Tour players did not gain any…

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South Africa’s George Coetzee birdied both playoff holes to edge Thorbjorn Olesen and win the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open on Sunday at Domaine de Bel Ombre.

Olesen had the lead all by himself after Coetzee bogeyed 16 and the Norwegian birdied 17, but Coetzee fired back with a birdie on 18 to force the playoff.

It looked like Coetzee would run…

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Richie Ramsay overcame a triple bogey on No. 8 to rally to a one-stroke win at the Hassan II in Morocco on Sunday afternoon, defeating Romain Wattel by one stroke.

The Scottish-born Ramsay, ranked 128th in the world, wound up with a 3-under 69 to finish the tournament 10-under with a 72-66-71-69 – 278.

His front nine was bizarre. He birdied…

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France’s Adrien Saddier, ranked 602nd in the world, fired an eagle on his first hole and kept on coming, finishing with a 7-under 65 to take a one-stroke lead at the Trophee Hassan II being held in Agadir, Morocco.

Saddier added two birdies on the front nine and three more on the back nine to lead the field by a…

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The Top 10 in the official world golf rankings keeps getting younger and younger.  Jordan Spieth rose to No. 6 in the world by winning the Valspar Open on Sunday.

Spieth was previously ranked 10th, and had never been ranked higher than eighth.

Meanwhile George Coetzee’s win at the Tshwane Open saw him jump in the rankings from 87th to 67th.

Rory…

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George Coetzee’s win at the Tshwane Open on Sunday vaulted the South African to 15th in the latest Race to Dubai standings.

Coetzee is up to 371,156 points in the latest standings, which allow the top 60 players to qualify for the year-end series of tournaments, culminating in a championship tournament in Dubai.

England’s Danny Willett continues to be the overall…

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South Africa’s George Coetzee blazed to a final round 65 to break a six-way tie and win the Tshawne Open on Sunday in his native country.

It was an amazing full-circle moment for Coetzee, who has been a club member since taking up golf and winning his first tournament at age 10, at the same Pretoria Country Club that this…

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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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