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Recent Results

tournament date total score
Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open 12/07/2015 272
BMW International Open 28/06/2015 277
US Open 21/06/2015 285
the Memorial Tournament 07/06/2015 147
Irish Open Hosted by The Rory Foundation 31/05/2015 289
BMW PGA Championship 24/05/2015 277
Open de España 17/05/2015 290
Volvo China Open 26/04/2015 148
Shenzhen International 19/04/2015 277
Trophee Hassan II 29/03/2015 283

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Justin Rose’s magic disappeared on the final day of the 2017 European Tour season, allowing Spaniard Jon Rahm to win the DP World Tour Championship tournament in Dubai while England’s Tommy Fleetwood won the money title for the season.

Rahm shot a final-day 67 to finish 19-under and defeat Kiradech Aphibarnrat and Shane Lowry by a single stroke. Fleetwood finished…

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The Race to Dubai’s field of 60 for the Final Series has been locked in, with the Turkish Airlines Open due to start November 2 at Regnum Caraya Golf & Spa Resport in Antalya, Turkey.

It will be followed by the Nedbank Golf Challenged hosted by Gary Player in Sun City, South Africa, November 9-12. The series and the European…

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UK’s Tommy Fleetwood rose to the top of the leaderboard at the Alfred Dunhill Championship on Friday after breaking the course record with a 63.

Fleetwood and fellow Brit Tyrrell Hatton are tied for the overall lead. Hatton shot a 65 at Carnoustie o Friday. The two are tied at 11-under, one shot ahead of Belgium’s Nicolas Colsaerts, who fired…

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Justin Thomas jumped to No. 6 in the world off his win at the PGA Championship last Sunday, while Hideki Matsuyama retook No. 2.

Dustin Johnson remains No. 1 in the world, sitting there for a 26th straight week.

Thomas’ rise gives the US four players in the top 10, along with Johnson, #3 Jordan Spieth and #10 Rickie Fowler.

There are…

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Jon Rahm reached a career-high of No. 8 in the world on Monday following his victory on the European Tour by taking the Irish Open with a tournament-record 24 under. 2017 has been an amazing ride for Rahm, who started the year ranked 137th in the world.

Justin Rose who finished fourth at the Irish Open, move up three spots…

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UK standout Tommy Fleetwood rose to a career-best No. 15 in the world after winning the HNA Open de France on Sunday. He climbed six spots from 21st with the win, his second of the year.

On the PGA Tour, Kyle Stanley rose from 94th to 58th with his playoff victory at the Quicken Loans National. It’s the second win…

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After playing so well at the US Open, Tommy Fleetwood’s dedication paid off Sunday with a victory at the HNA Open de France with a closing-round, bogey-free 66 to reach 12-under and defeat American Peter Uihlein by a single stroke.

Uihlein’s loss wasn’t without merit. He qualified for the Open Championship by taking second at the event. It’s the second…

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A whopping five players are at least 10 strokes under par headed to Sunday’s final round at the US Open – none of whom have ever won a Major before.

Brian Harman leads the chase at 12-under after ringing up his second 5-under 67 in three days. Harman, 30, had just one blemish, a bogey on No. 2 but he…

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Germany’s Bernd Wiesberger held off a remarkable closing kick by England’s Tommy Fleetwood to win the Shenzhen International at Genzon Golf Club last Sunday.

Wiesberger was three shots ahead of his closest competitors and eight shots ahead of Fleetwood after 54 holes. However Fleetwood fired a 63 on Sunday to tie Wiesberger at 16-under after 72 holes.

It was Wiesberger’s fourth…

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In case you thought Dustin Johnson would be a one-hit wonder at  No. 1, think again.

Johnson overcame a hard charge by Spanish rookie Jon Rahm to win the WGC-Mexico City in his first tournament since taking over the No. 1 ranking from Jason Day.

I didn’t feel like I putted my best, but I really hit the ball well,” Johnson…

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