Pelle Edberg
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Recent Results

tournament date total score
Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open 12/07/2015 142
Alstom Open de France 05/07/2015 155
BMW International Open 28/06/2015 150
Lyoness Open 14/06/2015 291
Nordea Masters 07/06/2015 146
Irish Open Hosted by The Rory Foundation 31/05/2015 148
Open de España 17/05/2015 285
AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open 10/05/2015 278
Shenzhen International 19/04/2015 151
Trophee Hassan II 29/03/2015 283

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Thomas Pieters again didn’t let a two-stroke bungle wear him down, firing a final-round 69 to win the D+D Real Czech Masters on Sunday in Prague by three strokes.

After losing two strokes Saturday with a penalty for playing the wrong ball, Pieters struggled out of the gate with a double bogey on No. 3, and was 1-over going to…

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Belgium’s Thomas Pieters has jumped to to the top of the leaderboard at the D+D REAL Czech masters on Saturday, overcoming  a two-stroke penalty halfway through the round when he played the wrong ball on the 11th.

The 23-year-old finished the round with a 65, which would have been a 63 had he not played his second shot from the…

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Matthew Fitzpatrick is already in the meat of the Race to Dubai standings at No. 41. A championship this week would cement him into the top half of them.

Pelle Edberg is 34 spots outside the top 60, and a win this week could get him into that lucrative post-season field.

The two are tied atop the leaderboard at the D+D…

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There was only one way that England’s Danny Willett could absolutely assure himself the Omega Masters title on Sunday in a thick field of contenders: Don’t make any mistakes.

That’s exactly what the 27-year-old did in picking up his second win of the year on the European Tour, shooting his first bogey-free round of the tournament, a 5-under 65.

Willett also…

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