Henrik Stenson
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Recent Results

tournament date total score
BMW International Open 28/06/2015 272
US Open 21/06/2015 285
Nordea Masters 07/06/2015 284
Wells Fargo Championship 17/05/2015 287
The Players Championship 10/05/2015 282
Masters Tournament 12/04/2015 284
Arnold Palmer Invitational 22/03/2015 270
Valspar Championship 15/03/2015 275
WGC-Cadillac Championship 08/03/2015 284
Omega Dubai Desert Classic 01/02/2015 275

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American Matt Every led a red-hot field at the Wyndham Championship with a first-round 61 to lead Henrik Stenon by a stroke.

It’s been more than two years sine Every won the Arnold Palmer Invitational. He missed 19 of his first 21 cuts in the 2016-2017 season, but has rattled off three top 20 finishes of late.

“I’ve been playing good…

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Jordan Spieth looked ready for a second Major meltdown, then suddenly became magnificent.

After blowing his entire three-shot lead early in the final round of The Open Championship at Royal Birkdale, he managed a near-impossible situation into a bogey on No. 13, then played the final five holes at 5-under to take his third career Major, leaving him one shy…

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European Tour megastars Segio Garcia and Henrik Stenson are in the hunt at the BMW International Open through two rounds.

Stenson’s fellow Swede Joakim Lagergren and France’s Joel Stalter lead the tournament at 9-under, with Garcia, Stenson, and four others tied for third at 8-under.

It’s Garcia’s first European Tour event since winning The Masters in April. Stenson is the defending…

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For a guy who wasn’t even supposed to be here, Jim Herman did quite well for himself on Day One of the Valspar Championship. After starting the season by missing three cuts and tying for 27th, Herman fired a 9-under 62 to take a two-stroke lead on Thursday.

“Had a really good day there, and got urged on from Jack…

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Sergio Garcia delivered his first win on the European Tour since 2014, going wire to wire at the Dubai Desert Classic on Sunday.

It was a breakthrough effort for Garcia, who had never once finished in the Top 10 of the even in seven previous attempts. He shot a 3-under 69 on Sunday to finish 19-under, defeating Henrik Stenson by…

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Henrik Stenson showed why he’s the No. 1 ranked player in Europe on Thursday, shooting a 64.

“I just want to keep on developing my game, keep on working hard on that and come into the majors well prepared and well rested and try to put myself into contention,” Stenson said.

“I feel like I can make that Claret Jug get…

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With all the hub-bub about Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy, and Jason Day, everyone seems to forget about how good Henrik Stenson is.

Stenson won the Race to Dubai for the second time in four years, and also won the Open Championship, his first Major title. On Wednesday he was named European Tour Golfer of the Year for the second time…

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With all eyes on the return of Tiger Woods, Hideki Matsuyama continues to set the golf world on fire.

Mastuyama won his second straight title and has taken four crowns in his last five starts. His only “miss” in that frame was finishing second in the CIMB Classic October 23.

At Tiger Woods’ hosted event on Sunday, even a pedestrian 73…

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Henrik Stenson’s Sunday 65 got him into a tie for ninth and allowed him to win the Race to Dubai title for the second time in his career.

Stenson amassed 5.289 million points in just 16 events to easily outpace second-place Danny Willett, who finished with 4.419 million in 25 events.

Stenson’s fellow Swede Alex Noren finished third with 3.995 million,…

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The preview picture for the FedEx Cup is becoming more clear as the regular season on the PGA Tour winds down.

There are five players who have separated themselves from the pack, having earned at least 1,950 points so far. They are:

 Jason Day 2,375
Dustin Johnson 2,701
Adam Scott 2,063
Russell Knox 2,001
Jordan Spieth 1,965

After Spieth, there’s a 410-point dip down to sixth-place…

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