Pablo Larrazabal
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Recent Results

tournament date total score
Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open 12/07/2015 278
BMW International Open 28/06/2015 271
Nordea Masters 07/06/2015 288
Irish Open Hosted by The Rory Foundation 31/05/2015 156
BMW PGA Championship 24/05/2015 147
Open de España 17/05/2015 292
Volvo China Open 26/04/2015 147
Shenzhen International 19/04/2015 281
Trophee Hassan II 29/03/2015 280
Maybank Malaysian Open 08/02/2015 283

News and Views

Bubba Watson rose from fifth to third in the world Monday following his win at the Travelers Championship on Sunday, giving the United States four of the top five players in the world.

The American bloc contains #2 Jordan Spieth, #3 Watson, #4 Dustin Johnson, and #5 Jim Furyk all trailing Rory McIlroy. #9 Rickie Fowler gives the US five…

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The guy in fifth won it, the guy in 11th finished second, and the leader coming into Sunday’s final round at the BMW International Open wound up tied or 11th.

Just another day in Munich.

Spain’s Pablo Larrazabal took home the crown by a single stroke, shooting a final day 66 to hold off a hard-charging Henrik Stenson for the win.

Larrazabal,…

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May 15

Canada’s Glen Hnatiuk, a four-time Web.com winner, turns 50.

Spain’s Pablo Larrazabal, a three-time European Tour winner, turns 32.  He was the European Tour Rookie of the Year in 2008, winning the Open de France by four strokes. He has since added titles in 2011 (BMW International Open) and 2014 (Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship) – which he won…

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Kiradech Aphibarnrat fired his third straight sub-70 round on Saturday at the Shenzhen Open, the only player in the field to do so, allowing him to retake the lead through 54 holes, sitting at 12-under.

He has a two-stroke lead over Day 2 leader Peter Uihlein. Pablo Larrazabal is third at 9-under.

Aphibarnrat had a chance to run away and hide…

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Richie Ramsay overcame a triple bogey on No. 8 to rally to a one-stroke win at the Hassan II in Morocco on Sunday afternoon, defeating Romain Wattel by one stroke.

The Scottish-born Ramsay, ranked 128th in the world, wound up with a 3-under 69 to finish the tournament 10-under with a 72-66-71-69 – 278.

His front nine was bizarre. He birdied…

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Martin Kaymer and Thomas Pieters retained the No. 1 and 2 spots atop the leaderboard at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship during Friday’s second round.

But all eyes seemed fixated on the man who rose up to No. 3.

The #1 golfer in the world, Rory McIlroy, fired a 6-under 66, the second-best score of the day, to move up…

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The overwhelming power of statistics has proven over the years that you can rank golfers in just about anyway possible.

Sure ,there’s the actual world golf rankings, which are confusing at best, but tolerable; then there’s the FedExCup, the Race to Dubai, the money lists, longest drives, lowest average score, you name it.

Here’s one you might have missed: Most Scrabble…

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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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In a field of familiar greats, Pablo Larrazabal is a bit of an outsider at the London Golf Club, at least until he defies logic, reason, and physics.

Larrazabal holed out on a pitch from the rough for a birdie 4 that beat Scotland’s Stephen Gallacher 1 up on the second day of round-robin play at the Volvo Match Play…

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