Haotong Li
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Recent Results

tournament date total score
BMW PGA Championship 24/05/2015 147
Volvo China Open 26/04/2015 282
Shenzhen International 19/04/2015 276
WGC-HSBC Champions 09/11/2014 290
BMW Masters 02/11/2014 286

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Down two strokes with eight holes to play, China’s Haotong Li hit the gas to swipe the Omega Desert Dubai Classic title away from Rory McIlroy on Sunday.

McIlroy had gone from one stroke down to two up in the first 10 holes, but bogeyed #11 and #16 to open the door for Li.

Li matched McIlroy with birdies on 17…

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Haotong Li has a 1-stroke lead over Rory McIlroy headed to the final round of the Omega Dubai Desert Classic.

Despite being pursued by one of the most prolific players of the last two decades, Li seems to be playing with no fear. He shot a 64 on Saturday to reach 20-under, leaving him two shy of the tournament record…

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Jamie Donaldson cooled off significantly on Day 2 of the Omega Dubai Desert Classic, but he still has the lead, sitting at 13-under through 36 holes.

He shot a 69 following his blistering 62 on Thursday. All of the entries have not completed their second rounds because of a lengthy fog delay. Notably Sweden’s Alexander Bjork is at 11-under through…

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Haotong Li became the second young Asian player to score a win on the European Tour in two weeks, firing a final-round 64 to win the Volvo China Open by three strokes on Sunday.

Just 20 years old, Li follows Korea’s Soomin Lee, 22, into the winner’s circle. He became the second Chinese national to win the China Open in…

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With Rory McIlroy opting to skip this week’s leg of the Final Series, Dannny Willett has a great chance to take the overall lead away from the No. 3 player in the world.

Willett, Louis Oosthuizen, and Shane Lowry, ranked second, third, and fourth in the Race to Dubai standings, will comprise the final trio on the course at the…

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David Howell’s miss on an eight-foot par putt that would have forced a playoff gave the Volvo China Open title to Wu Ashun on Sunday in Shanghai.

Wu is the first Chinese player to ever win an European Tour title on his home soil, finishing at 9-under for the tournament, one stroke ahead of Howell.

Wu and Howell were part of…

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The defending champion, the Day 1 leader, and two local favorites are all tied at 8-under after 54 holes complete at the Volvo China Open in Shanghai.

Defending champion Alexander Levy , England’s David Howell, and China’s Ashun Wu and Hao-tong Li are all tied for first and two strokes ahead of the rest of the field after Saturday’s action.

Howell…

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