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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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Justin Rose is 18 holes away from the most remarkable win in the history of the European Open’s Race to Dubai, taking a two-stroke lead into the final 18 holes of the DP World Championship on Sunday.

Rose shot a 65 to take a 1-stroke lead over playing partner Jon Rahm along with South Africa’s  Dylan Frittelli, who had the…

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Matthew Fitzpatrick, Tyrrell Hatton and Justin Rose own the top three spots after 36 holes at the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai.

Fitzpatrick shot his second straight 67 on Friday to take the lead at 10-under. Hatton shot a brilliant 63 to jump up to second at 9-under while Rose is tied for third at 8-under with Julian Suri…

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In a field full of international players, American Patrick Reed swung the biggest stick on Thursday at the first round of the DP Tour Championship in Dubai.

Reed, who fell from the top 10 to No. 17 in the world this year, opened his round with two birdies on the first two holes, then added five more on the back nine…

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Patton Kizzrie continued his blazing hot start to the 2017-2018 PGA season, outdueling top 10 player Rickie Fowler to win the OHL Classic by one stroke in Playa del Carmen, Mexico on Sunday.

Both men along with six others had to play all 36 holes of the third and fourth rounds on Sunday due to heavy rains.

“It was pretty nerve-racking…

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South Africa’s Brendan Grace went from three strokes off the lead to a 1-stroke victory on the final day of the Nedbank Golf Challenge in Sun City.

He’s the first native winner of the tournament in 10 years. He entered the day at 5-under, in third place behind Scott Jamieson (8-under) and Victor Dubuisson (7-under).

Of the three, Grace was close…

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It’s hard not to be jealous of the life of a professional golfer, but even they have some days that aren’t so fun.

Rickie Fowler woke up at 5 a.m. Saturday to play three holes of golf to complete his second round on Saturday in Playa del Carmen,  Mexico.

Then came the five-hour rain delay.

Fowler will be part of three groups…

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France’s Victor Dubuisson, one of just 10 players out of the field of 72 to shoot at least 2 strokes under par on Friday, is the new leader at the Nedbank Golf Challenge.

High winds and a 2-1/2 hour storm delay threw off plenty of games on Friday, but Dubuisson finished 2-under to reach 6-under at the midway point, putting…

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Lanky Patton Kizzire fired a 9-under 62 to lead the OHL Classic in Mexico on Thursday to lead the tournament by two strokes.

The 31-year-old Kizzire is 6-feet, 5 inches tall, one of the biggest guys on the PGA Tour. He’s after his first career win on the PGA Tour after finishing second at last year’s Safeway Open.

He had a…

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On an opening day in South Africa where less than half the field shot under par, Austria’s Bernd Wiesberger holds the lead at the Nedbank Golf Challenge in Sun City.

After two late bogeys on the front nine saw Wiesberger at even par at the turn, he rattled of six birdies on the back nine to shoot a 5-under 67….

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