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Recent Results

tournament date total score
BMW International Open 28/06/2015 80
Nordea Masters 07/06/2015 286
Irish Open Hosted by The Rory Foundation 31/05/2015 157
BMW PGA Championship 24/05/2015 152
Open de España 17/05/2015 290
Volvo China Open 26/04/2015 286
Shenzhen International 19/04/2015 156
Trophee Hassan II 29/03/2015 152
Joburg Open 01/03/2015 282
Maybank Malaysian Open 08/02/2015 282

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Zach Johnson and Thomas Pieters are the new co-leaders at the 54-hole mark of the WGC-Bridgestone.

Johnson fired a 5-under 65 with Pieters a shot behind him as the event before the PGA Championships gets more and more clear.

Australian Scott Hend jumped into contention with his tournament-best round of 63 to reach 8-under, with world No. 3 Hideki Matsuyama a stroke…

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Thomas Pieters has only played six tournaments since the Masters in April. Looks like the rest is doing him some good.

Pieters shot a 5-under 65 to lead the WGC-Bridgestone on Thursday, racking up five birdies on a spotless card.

He leads the field by a stroke over Scotland’s Russell Knox, who was 3-under after two holes before settling in for…

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Italy’s Francesco Molinari, Belgium’s Thomas Pieters, and Scotland’s Scott Jamieson are tied atop the leaderboard after Day 2 of the BMW Open.

All three men are 7-under par and lead Maximilian Kieffer by two spots. A group including Lee Westwood and Henrik Stenson is at 5-under par.

Missing in action at the tournament is Rory McIlroy, ranked no. 2 in the…

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Two of the greatest current players to never win a Major, the Day 1 leader, and a Belgian giant comprise the four-way tie atop the leaderboard through 36 holes at The Masters.

Day One leader Charley Hoffman shot three strokes worse on Friday than he had Thursday, dropping from from 7-under to 4-under where he’s joined by Sergio Garcia, Thomas…

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Thomas Pieters might have been among the least-known players in Hazeltine last week for the Ryder Cup, but he’s a big name as he returns to the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in Scotland on Thursday.

In 2014, a strong finish here got Pieters into the mix for a European Tour card, and last week he racked up four points in…

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Thomas Pieters won for the third time in the last 365 days on the European Tour, firing a 17-undre 267 to win the Made in Denmark by one stroke over Bradley Dredge of Wales.

Pieters had trailed Dredge by four strokes after two rounds as the Welshman shot an opening 63-66. But Pieters was better down the stretch, going 69-65…

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After watching local favorite Piya Swangarunporn rush past him with a course-record 63, Australian Scott Hend made clutch shots over his final five holes to take the True Thailand Classic on Sunday with an 18-under.

Swangarunporn started the day six strokes behind Hend, but ended his brilliant round a stroke ahead at 17-under following four birdies on the front nine…

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American Rickie Fowler won the most competitive tournament of his young career, using a final-round 69 to edge Thomas Pieters by one stroke to win the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship in UAE on Sunday.

Fowler overcame a double-bogey 5 on No. 7 by eagling the next hole and scoring a clutch birdie on No. 17. Pieters narrowed it back…

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It looks like Andy Sullivan isn’t going to let anyone take the Portugal Masters title away from him, even the threat of inclement weather.

Sullivan fired a 4-under 67 to extend his lead to five strokes with 18 holes to go. The tournament will see a shotgun start on all 18 tees Sunday in hopes of avoiding rain that is…

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Andy Sullivan’s 64 on Thursday was enough for second place after one round; another 64 gave him the tournament lead at the Portugal Masters on Friday.

Sullivan finished the first 36 holes at 14-under, three strokes ahead of Thomas Pieters.

A third win would be a career mark for Sullivan, who won the Joburg Open and South African Open Championship earlier…

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