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Recent Results

tournament date total score
Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open 12/07/2015 270
BMW International Open 28/06/2015 288
US Open 21/06/2015 286
Nordea Masters 07/06/2015 147
BMW PGA Championship 24/05/2015 280
The Players Championship 10/05/2015 287
RBC Heritage 19/04/2015 278
Masters Tournament 12/04/2015 148
Shell Houston Open 05/04/2015 142
Valspar Championship 15/03/2015 147

News and Views

Two seasoned veterans, South Africa’s George Coetzee and The Netherlands’ Joost Luiten, lead the Portugal Masters after one round, each going 7-under on Thursday

Coetzee, currently on the outside looking in at the Race to Dubai standings  at No. 64, was just 1-under through the front nine. He caught fire on the back with birdies on 10, 12-15 and another…

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Korea’s 22-year-old sensation Soomin Lee rode a hot start to a 2-stroke lead at the Shenzhen International Sunday at
Genzon Golf Course in China.

Lee finished 16 strokes under par, largely because of opening rounds of 66 and 65. He was more down to earth with a 70 on Saturday
and a 71 on Sunday, holding off The Netherlands’ Joost Luiten and South Africa’s Brandon Stone.

Luiten made a run at Lee on Sunday with a 4-under 68, same as Stone.
Australia’s Scott Hend and the US’ Bubba Watson each shot
a closing round 66. Hend finished tied for fourth, Watson tied for eighth.

It was sweet revenge for Lee, who had missed a shot at the Malaysian Open earlier this year when he faltered in the final three holes with a pair of double bogeys. It has taken Lee just six events to win his first title on the European Tour.

Luiten had little to complain about, finishing in the top 10 for…

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It’s been a good month for UK golfers.

One week after Danny Willett took home the green jacket at Augusta, Andrew Johnston scored the first European Tour victory of his seven-year professional career with a 1-stroke victory over The Netherlands’ Joost Luiten at the Real Club Valderrama Open de Espana, hosted by the Sergio Garcia Foundation.

Johnson’s 1-over 285 was enough…

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Fog sucked the life out of most of Day 2 of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship on Friday, leaving the UK’s Andy Sullivan as the leader in the clubhouse after he fired a second straight 67 to reach 10-under.

Fifty-nine players, about 47% of the 126-man field, did not finish their second rounds and will start at 7:40 a.m….

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The Final Series begins Thursday in Shanghai, China, at the Lake Malaren Golf Club. Tee times were announced Tuesday with some truly remarkable pairings as the top 60 players in the Race to Dubai standings, along with 18 other invitees, fill out the card.

Not every player from the Top 60 will be at Shanghai, notably absent are Rory McIlroy,…

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The problem with Henrik Stenson is that guys like Mikko Ilonen can’t even say they’re the best golfer in Scandinavia, let alone one of the best in the world.

That changed at least for one week on Sunday, as Ilonen bested Stenson to win the Volvo Match Play Championship in London by a 3 & 1 count.

Down a hole through…

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World No. 5 Henrik Stenson is the top dog of the remaining four players still alive at the Volvo World Match Play championship in London after knocking off fellow Swede Jonas Blixt 2 up during Saturday’s quarterfinals.

Stenson is joined in the final four by The Netherlands’ Joost Luiten, who embarrassed Spain’s Pablo Larrazabal 6 & 5, Finland’s Mikko Ilonen,…

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It wasn’t much of a revenge when you consider the stigma on the United States when it comes to the Ryder Cup of late, but quite frankly Patrick Reed will take it.

The American knocked off European Ryder Cup favorite Jamie Donaldson 3 & 2 on Friday in the third day of round-robin play at the Volvo World Match Play…

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