Lucas Bjerregaard
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Recent Results

tournament date total score
Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open 12/07/2015 282
Alstom Open de France 05/07/2015 151
BMW International Open 28/06/2015 281
US Open 21/06/2015 150
Nordea Masters 07/06/2015 287
Irish Open Hosted by The Rory Foundation 31/05/2015 288
BMW PGA Championship 24/05/2015 146
Open de EspaƱa 17/05/2015 154
Volvo China Open 26/04/2015 285
Shenzhen International 19/04/2015 280

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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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Thailand’s Thongchai Jaidee fired a 66 on Saturday, allowing him to take a one-stroke lead at the BMW Masters, making up three shots over the course of the round.

Lucas Bjerregaard had led the field after two rounds, but Jaidee jumped in front with two birdies on the back nine.

Korea’s Byeong-hun An and Spain’s Sergio Garcia are also tied for…

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Just a few weeks after almost winning the UBS Hong Kong Open, Denmark’s Lucas Bjerregaard has the lead in the biggest tournament of the moment, shooting a second straight 66 on Friday to lead the BMW Masters by three strokes.

A 5-under 31 on the front nine set the tone that has him up three strokes on Day 1 leader…

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Justin Rose used his win at the UBS Open to climb a spot to No. 6 in the latest Official World Golf Rankings.

Rose is right back where he started the year, one of only two players, the other being No.4 Bubba Watson, who can make that claim in the Top 10.

Jason Day retained his No. 1 ranking for a…

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The conclusion of the UBS Hong Kong Open locked in the 60 men who will compete in the Final Series as the Race to Dubai kicks off.

Denmark’s Lucas Bjerrgaard, who finished second at Hong Kong, used his strong finish to sneak into the field of 60 at No. 59.

Bjerregaard’s fast finish knocked Scotland’s Stephen Gallacher out of the Top…

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Justin Rose notched the eighth win of his career on the European Tour by taking a 1-stroke victory over Lucas Bjerregaard at the UBS Hong Kong Open on Sunday.

Rose’s final-round 68 got him to 17-under, although he had to sweat it out a bit by bogeying the final hole.

The two men were tied after 54 holes, but Bjerregaard took…

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The No. 285 player in the world won’t let the No. 7 player out of his sights yet.

Denrmak’s Lucas Bjerregaard shot a blistering 63 to outduel Justin Rose by one shot, forging a tie for the lead at the UBS Hong Kong Open on Saturday through 54 holes.

Bjerregaard has never won a tournament, but finished ninth at the Portugal…

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Justin Rose followed up his opening-day 65 with a 66 on Friday to take a 1-stroke lead to the halfway point of the UBS Hong Kong Open.

Rose recorded his first bogey of the tournament on Friday, but surrounded it with five birdies, three on the back nine, where he is a combined 7-under through two rounds.

The No. 7 player…

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If being sick means being this good at golf, Sweden’s Jens Fahrbring will sleep with wet hair and the window open every night.

Fahrbring’s 8-under 64 saw him surge up the leaderboard at the Italian Open Friday, tying Norway’s Lucas Bjerregaard for first through 36 holes.

Fahbring fired nine birdies against just one bogey to fire the best round of the…

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Responding to the pressure of seeing his lead shrink to a single stroke after 54 holes, South Africa’s Branden Grace responded in kind on Sunday, firing a 4-under 68 to finish 20-under, winning the tournament by seven strokes.

After struggling to a par 72 on Saturday with four bogeys, he cut that total in half and racked up six birdies…

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