Richie Ramsay
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Recent Results

tournament date total score
Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open 12/07/2015 140
Alstom Open de France 05/07/2015 293
Lyoness Open 14/06/2015 281
Irish Open Hosted by The Rory Foundation 31/05/2015 286
BMW PGA Championship 24/05/2015 147
Open de EspaƱa 17/05/2015 286
Volvo China Open 26/04/2015 283
Shenzhen International 19/04/2015 279
Trophee Hassan II 29/03/2015 278
Tshwane Open 15/03/2015 144

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The Irish Open proved to be an international affair on Friday as six players representing five countries tied for the lead at 3-under.
Austria’s Bernd Wiesberger, Spain’s Rafa Cabrera-Bello, Denmark’s Soren Kjeldsen, Scotland’s Richie Ramsay, and England’s Tyrrell Hatton and Chris Wood are all tied for the lead.
Kjeldsen has not won on the European Tour since 2009. He turned 40…

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The defending champion, the Day 1 leader, and two local favorites are all tied at 8-under after 54 holes complete at the Volvo China Open in Shanghai.

Defending champion Alexander Levy , England’s David Howell, and China’s Ashun Wu and Hao-tong Li are all tied for first and two strokes ahead of the rest of the field after Saturday’s action.

Howell…

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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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A year ago, Henrik Stenson made history at the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai.

While he won’t be able to repeat it, he could still end his year in style if he keeps playing like he did on Friday.

The Swede fired a 6-under 66 to reach 10-under and open up a two-stroke lead at the last tournament of the…

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