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Weekly winners Pat Perez and Tyrrell Hatton joined the top 20 this week as the race to the Final Series on the European Tour heats up.

American Pat Perez, 41, won the CIMB Classic by four strokes to climb from 31st to 20th in the rankings. Brit Tyrrell Hatton, who just turned 26, won the Italian Open to rise from…

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A 15-foot birdie on No. 18 gave Tyrrell Hatton the victory at the Italian Open on Sunday, eliminating the need for a three-way playoff.

Hatton fired a mistake-free 65 on Sunday, making five birdies on the back nine, none bigger than the final shot as he won for a second straight week on the European Tour.

“It’s amazing to win one…

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Pat Perez fired a final-round 69 to win the CIMB Classic by four strokes over Keegan Bradley on Sunday at TPC Kual Lumpur.

Its his first title since February of 2016. He finished at 24-under with a 264 in order to win $1.26 million and 500 FedEx Cup points, not to mention a berth in the 2018 Masters.

“Unreal. I think…

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England’s Matt Wallace will attempt to hold off local favorite Francesco Molinari as the Italian Open wraps up on Sunday.

Wallace has a two-stroke lead over Molinari and fellow Brit Tyrrell Hatton.

“I’d say we’re probably only halfway there, halfway done, because Sunday is a different day,” Wallace said. “I’m going to go out, fight as hard as I can and…

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American Pat Perez continued to dominate the course at Kuala Lumpur, firing an 8-under 64 to open up a four-shot lead on Saturday.

Perez is now 21-under after hitting nine birdies against a single bogey on Saturday.

“These guys are so good and you can make so many birdies out there so fast and I know that,” said Perez. “So if…

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Australia’s Marcus Fraser erupted for a career-best round of 62 to take a 3-stroke lead halfway through the Italian Open on Friday. The 39-year-old is in search of his fourth European Tour title, the last coming at the Maybank Championship Malaysia in 2016.

He’s tied for the top spot at 13-under with the UK’s Matt Wallace, who shot a 65…

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American Pat Perez stroked a 65 on Friday, adding to his Thursday 66 to lead the CIMB Classic by one stroke. The tournament was delayed four hours by heavy rain, but Perez was in favor of the conditions.

I don’t want sunshine at all. It’s too hot, way too hot,” Perez said. “I like it just the way it is…

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Australia’s Cameron Smith fired a Day One 64 to open up a 1-stroke lead at the CIMB Classic at the TPC Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia on Thursday.

The 24-year-old Smith, ranked 76th in the world, racked up eight bogies – four on the front nine and four on the back.

Smith leads by one stroke over Americans Xander Schauffele and Keegan…

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Six men shot 64s on Thursday at Day One of the Italian Open, none more impressive than defending champion Francesco Molinari.

With enormous crowds on hand to cheer for last year’s victorious native son, Molinari recorded nine birdies on his way to finish 7-under.

“It’s great to see the crowds,” Molinari said. “I think there’s a nice buzz around the placea…

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American Brendan Steele fired a 3-under 69 to win the Safeway Open by two strokes, repeating as champion at the tournament.

Steele birdied the par 5 16th and 18th holes to finish two strokes ahead of Tony Finau. Chesson Hadley and a reinvigorated Phil Mickelson finished tied for third, three strokes off the lead.

It’s the third PGA title for Steele,…

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