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Recent Results

tournament date total score
Alstom Open de France 05/07/2015 277
BMW International Open 28/06/2015 143
US Open 21/06/2015 146
Irish Open Hosted by The Rory Foundation 31/05/2015 148
BMW PGA Championship 24/05/2015 282
The Players Championship 10/05/2015 288
Masters Tournament 12/04/2015 151
Shell Houston Open 05/04/2015 144
Valero Texas Open 29/03/2015 162
WGC-Cadillac Championship 08/03/2015 291

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Martin Kaymer recorded his second straight 66 on Friday to take the lead at the Abu Dhabi Championships through 36 holes.

He’s a step ahead of Spain’s Rafa Cabrera Bello and two ahead of Paul Dunne and Kiradech Aphibarnrat. The former No. 1 got off to a slow start and was 1-over through seven holes. He eagled No. 8 to…

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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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Jimmy Walker leads the PGA Championship by a stroke after one round at Baltusrol Golf Course in Springfield, New Jersey, with a host of international players trailing him including Open Championship winner Henrik Stenson, who sits two strokes back.

Players from seven different countries – US, UK, Germany, Sweden, Korea, Argentina, and Australia – are in the top 10, with…

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Phil Mickelson was the toast of Troon on Thursday, but he wasn’t the only player to have a dynamite first round of the 145th Open Championship.

Fifty players were at least one stroke under par, among them defending champion Zach Johnson, who is tied for fourth with a 4-under 67.  Johnson was brilliant through 16 holes, but game away two…

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December 23

John Bickerton, three-time European Tour winner, turns 46. His three wins came between 2005-2008 and include the Open de France and the Alfred Dunhill Championship.

December 26

Ryan Howison, a three-time Web.com winner, turns 49.

December 27

Charley Hoffman, three-time PGA winner, turns 39. His biggest win to date was the 2010 Deutsche Bank Championship, which he won by five strokes. In…

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A former No. 1 and a pair of popular Brits hold the lead at the DP World Championship at the conclusion of Thursday’s first round in Dubai.

The biggest co-stars of the event, Rory McIlroy and Danny Willett, are two strokes off the lead, tied at 4-under with six other players.

The four men atop the leaderboard are Martin Kaymer, Andy…

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The ninth installment of the Portugal Masters kicks off Thursday at the Oceanico Victoria Golf Course in Vilamoura, the final Race to Dubai event in Europe before the Final Series begins later this month.

Four Major winners will take part in the field, led by former No. 1 Martin Kaymer.

France’s Alexander Levy is the defending champion, and is seeking to…

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Thailand’s Thongchai has gotten hot at the right time, rising to No. 8 in the latest Race to Dubai standings with his win at the Porsche European Open on Sunday.

Jaidee has 1.477 million points, which allowed him to jump over Brooks Koepka, Henrik Stenson, Martin Kaymer, An Byeong Hun, and Anirban Lahiri.

Despite playing in the US’ FedEx Cup the…

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Martin Kaymer didn’t win the Italian Open on Sunday, but his second-place finish earned him enough points to reach the No. 11 spot in the Race to Dubai standings released on Sunday.

Through 16 tournaments, Kaymer has 1,166,819 points. Henrik Stenson is 10th with 1,177,944. Rory McIlroy, currently playing in the PGA’s FedEx Cup, leads the Race to Dubai standings…

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How to draw big crowds to the KLM Open in The Netherlands this week while the PGA Tour has its penultimate leg of the FedExCup going on simultaneously?

Give the people a 66-year-old course rookie.

Yes, for the first time in his lengthy career, American favorite Tom Watson will take the course at the Kennemer G&CC in Zandvroot, The Netherlands.
“The course…

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