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Recent Results

tournament date total score
Travelers Championship 28/06/2015 273
US Open 21/06/2015 283
Irish Open Hosted by The Rory Foundation 31/05/2015 154
Open de España 17/05/2015 287
The Players Championship 10/05/2015 276
Masters Tournament 12/04/2015 283
Shell Houston Open 05/04/2015 281
WGC-Cadillac Championship 08/03/2015 291
The Honda Classic 01/03/2015 283
Northern Trust Open 22/02/2015 279

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It wasn’t easy, but 21-year-old Shubhakar Sharma held on to his two-stroke lead at the WGC Mexico City on Saturday.

He endured three bogeys after only having two combined in his first two rounds and still wound up with a 2-under 69. He looked like he might run away and hide with the lead after birdying three of the first…

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Shubhankar-mania is real.

21-year-old Indian sensation Shubhankar Sharma fired a second-round 66 to take the lead at the WGC-Mexico City on Friday. He leads 2018 Masters Champion Sergio Garcia, Rafa Cabrera Bello and Amiercan Xander Schauffele by two strokes apiece.

For the second straight day, Sharma dominated the back nine, recording five birdies to record a 31. He eagled No. 1…

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Sergio Garcia talked confidence in his preseason interviews.  He displayed it and then some this weekend in  Singapore, winning the Singapore Open by five strokes.

A third-round lightning delay forced Garcia to play 27 holes on Sunday, but he seemed unaffected, never dropping  a shot. He shot a closing-round 68, finishing with 10 straight pars to keep the competition unable…

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Sergio Garcia isn’t playing in the biggest tournament this week, but he sure is looking his best.

The 2017 Masters champion fired a 5-under 66 to take a two-stroke lead after the first round of the Singapore Open on Thursday.

Now 38 years old, Garcia had just one bogey on the day, and closed out his round with a birdie on…

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The 2017 European Tour was headlined by Sergio Garcia who shucked his title as best player to never win a Major while also picking up Player of the Year honors. Just a step behind him for plaudits was Tommy Fleetwood, who won the Race to Dubai title in a fight to the finish. Here’s a look at the year…

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Dustin Johnson

Won 4 times on the PGA Tour, giving him 16 career PGA wins. That ties him for 52nd on the all-time list and puts him fifth on the active list.
He is ranked No. 1 for the 44th week, tying him with Nick Price for ninth on the all-time list of weeks ranked No. 1. He needs six more…

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Eighteen years later, Sergio Garcia is still just as excited                              about wining a major award on the European Tour.

Garcia won the Golf Writers Trophy as voted on by the Association of Golf Writers. He won three times on the European Tour in 2017, including his…

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Justin Thomas secured an American  blockade at the top of the Official World Golf Rankings on Monday, moving up to No. 3 n the world following his victory at the CJ Cup at Nine Bridges.

The US now holds the top three spots in the world. Dustin Johnson is #1 with an average of 11.4631 points (527.3 total); Jordan Spieth…

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Sergio Garcia matched Joost Luiten shot for shot on the final two holes of the fourth round Sunday to win the Valderrama Masters hosted by his own foundation.

With Garcia up a stroke after Luiten bogeyed No. 16, both men birdied 17 and parred 18 to keep the title at home in Spain.

Garcia was nearly perfect on Sunday, shooting just…

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Sergio Garcia could be forgiven if he wound up in the middle of the pack or even the bottom of the leaderboard at the Andalucia Valderrama Masters hosted by the Sergio Garcia Foundation. Hosting an event like this means lots of time doing anything but concentrating golf.

Sergio Garcia clearly thinks otherwise.

The 2017 Masters champ fired a 3-under 68 to…

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