European Tour - Shubhankar SharmaSunday, 24/Dec/2017
Joburg Open - Randpark - Johannesburg - South Africa - 7th to 10th December, 2017.
Indonesian golfer Shubhankar Sharma gained his maiden Tour win in South Africa. Three strokes behind was Erok Van Rooyan from South Africa, and four stokes further back in third place was another South African, Shaun Norris. Shubhanker Sharma moved to 205 in the World Rankings and 2nd position in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Dylan FrittelliSunday, 24/Dec/2017
Mauritius Open - Heritage - Domaine - de Bel -Ombre - Mauritius - 30th to 3rd December, 2017.
South African golfer Dylan Frittelli won his second Tour event in a tie-off against Indonesian Arjun Atwel. In second place was Romain Langasque from France, with another South African placed third, Lois de Jager. Dylan Frittelli moved to 54 position the World Rankings and 3rd in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Cameron SmithSunday, 24/Dec/2017
Australian PGA Championship - Royal Pines - Gold Coast - Queensland - Australia - 30th to 3rd December, 2017.
Cameron Smith from Australia gained his maiden Tour victory in Queensland after a tied-off battle with fellow Australian Jordan Zunic. One stroke further back was another Australian Adam Bland. This win moved Cameron Smith to 62nd position in the World Rankings and 4th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Wade OrmsbySunday, 24/Dec/2017
Hong Kong Open - Fanling - Honk Kong - 23rd to 26th November, 2017.
Australian golfer Wade Ormsby won his maiden Tour title in Hong Kong by one stroke. In tied second place were Alexander Bjorn from Sweden, Rafa Cabrera Bello from Spain, with both Paul Peterson and Julian Suri from the USA. Wade Ormsby moved to 101 position in the World Rankings and also took 1st place in the new Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Jon RahmMonday, 20/Nov/2017
Tour World Championship - Jumeirah - Dubai - UAE - 16th to 19th November, 2017.
Spanish golfer Jon Rahm claimed the coveted World Championship in Dubai by one stroke advantage against a challenging field. In equal second place was Ireland
s Shane Lowry and Thailands Kiradech Aphibarnrat. Four players tied for three place, Dean Burmester, Dylan Frittelli, Sergio Garcia and Justin Rose. This was the second won on Tour for Jon Rahm and he moved to 4th position in the World Rankings.
European Tour - Branden GraceTuesday, 14/Nov/2017
Nedbank Challenge - Sun City - South Africa - 9th to 12th November, 2017.
South African Branden Grace gained his 8th Tour win in his home country by finishing one stroke less than Scott Jamieson from Scotland. One stroke further back was France
s Victor Dubuisson. Branden Grace now claimed 8 Tour wind and moved to 29th place in the World Rankings and 9th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Justin RoseTuesday, 14/Nov/2017
Turkish Airlines Open - Regnum Carya - Antalya - Turkey - 2nd to 5th November, 2017.
In Turkey the English golfer Justin Rose repeated his victory of the previous week by beating both Belgium
s Nicolas Colsaerts by and South African Dylan Frittelli by one stroke. This win took Justin Rose to a total of 10 wins on the Tour, 6th place in the World Rankings and remaining 2nd in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Justin RoseSunday, 29/Oct/2017
WGC-HSBC Champions - Sheshan - Shanghai - China - 26th to 29th October, 2017.
Justin Rose gained his 10th victory on the Tour with is win in China. He finished two strokes less than Sweden
s Henrik Stenson and the American players Dustin Johnson and Koepka Brooks. Justin Rose is now placed 13th in the World Rankings and 3rd in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Sergio GarciaSunday, 29/Oct/2017
Valderrama Masters - Sotogrande - Spain - 19th to 22nd October, 2017.
The ever popular Sergio Garcia won his 14th Tour event in Spain with a one stroke lead over Holland
s Joost Luiton. Four strokes further back in third place was Englands Daniel Brooks. This win place d Sergio Garcia in 10th position in the World Rankings and 2nd in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Tyrell HattonSunday, 29/Oct/2017
Italian Open - Milano - Parco Reale di Monsa - Italy - 12th to 15th October, 2017.
Tyrell Hatton repeated his previous week success by winning the Italian Open but only by one stroke over his fellow competitor Ross Fisher. In third place was Thai
s Kiradech Aphibarnrat. Tyrell Hatton remained in 5th place in his Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Tyrell HattonSunday, 29/Oct/2017
Dunhill Links Championship - Old Course - St Andrews - Scotland - 5th to 8th October, 2017.
English golfer Tyrell Hatton claimed his third win on Tour in Scotland with his three stroke advantage over his fellow Englishman Ross Fisher. In third place was France
s Victor Dubuisson. Tyrell Hatton moved to 17th position in the World Rankings and 5th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Paul DunneTuesday, 3/Oct/2017
British Masters - Close House - Newcastle-Upon-Tyne - England - 28th to 1st of October, 2017.
With three stokes in hand Amateur player Ireland
s Paul Dunne claimed his maiden victory at the British Masters. Northern Irelands Rory McIlroy claimed second and Robert Karlsson from Sweden finished third. Paul Dunne moved to 88th place in the World Rankings and 12th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Lucas BjeeregaardeTuesday, 26/Sep/2017
Portugal Masters - Victoria - Algarve - Portugal - 21st to 24th September, 2017.
Lucas Bjeergaard from Denmark won his first Tour event at the Portugal Masters in the Algarve. He finished four strokes ahead of Scotland
s of Marc Warren. One stroke further back were Graeme Storm and Eddie Pepperell. Lucas Bjeergaard moved to 193rd position in the World Rankings and 47th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Romain WattelTuesday, 26/Sep/2017
KLM Open - The Dutch - Spijk - Holland - 14th to 17th September, 2017.
s Romain Wattel gained his maiden Tour victory by two strokes from Canadian Austin Connelly in Holland. One stroke further back was South African George Coetzee. Romain Wattel moved to 215th position in the World Rankings and 58th place in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Matthew FitzpatrickTuesday, 12/Sep/2017
Omega European Masters - Crans-sur-Sierre - Crans Montana - Switzerland - 7th to 10th September, 2017.
Promising young Matthew Fitzpatrick added another win in Switzerland after a play-off with Australia
s Hend Scott to make a total of 4 on the Tour. Three stokes further back were Tyrell Hatton and Fabrizio Zanotti. Matthew Fitzpatrick moved into 33rd position in the World Rankings and 12th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Haydn PorteousTuesday, 12/Sep/2017
Czech Masters - Albatross - Prague - Czech Republic - 31st to 3rd September, 2017.
South African Haydn Porteous secured his second Tour victory with two strokes from England
s Lee Slattery, followed by Englands Tom Lewis and Swedens Pontus Widegren just one stroke further back. Haydn Porteous moved to 206 place in the World Rankings and 62nd position in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Julian SuriTuesday, 12/Sep/2017
Made in Denmark - Himmerland - Farso - Denmark - 24th to 27th August, 2017.
s Julian Suri gained his first Tour win in Denmark with four strokes from Englands David Horsey, and two further strokes a trio of players which included Ben Evans, Chris Paisley and Steve Webster. This success placed his 103 in the World Rankings and 59 in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Jason NorrisTuesday, 12/Sep/2017
Fiji International - Natadola Bay - Fiji - 17th to 20th August, 2017.
The Australian golfer Jason Norris won his maiden Tour victory in Fiji by beating Thai player Jazz Janewattananond by four strokes, and Australia
s James Marchesani and David Mackenzie. This win placed Jason Norris in 429 place in the World Rankings and 137th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Adrian OtaeguiMonday, 11/Sep/2017
Paul Lawrie Match Play - Bad Griesbach - Germany - 17th to 20th August, 2017.
Spanish golfer Adrian Otaegui claimed his maiden win in Germany in Match Play over Marcel Siem from Germany. This placed in 43rd position in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Justin ThomasMonday, 14/Aug/2017
PGA Championship - Quail Hollow - Charlotte - North Carolina - USA - 7th to 13th August, 2017.
s Justin Thomas claimed the PGA Championship and his first Major with a lead of two strokes over tied second, Italian Francisco Molinari and fellow countryman Patrick Reed. Justin Thomas moved into 6th place in the World Rankings.
European Tour - Hidei MatasuymaSunday, 13/Aug/2017
WGC-Bridgestone INvitational - Firestone - Akron - Ohio - USA - 3rd to 6th Augstust. 2017.
s Hidei Matsuyma led by five strokes at the end of play over USAs Zack Johnson at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational in Akron. Fellow American Charley Hoffman finished in third position just one stoke further back. Hidei Matsuyma moved into third place in the World Rankings.
European Tour - Jordan SmithSunday, 13/Aug/2017
Porsche European Open - Green Eagle - Hamburg - Germany - 27th to 30th July, 2017.
English golfer Jordan Smith was involved in a tight play off with Frenchman Alexander Levy in order to win the Porsche European Tour event in Germany. In third place was Swedish player Johan Edfors with two more strokes. Jordan Smith moved to 18th place in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Rafa Cabrera BelloSunday, 13/Aug/2017
Scottish Open - Dundonald - Troon - Ayrshire - Scotland - 13th to 16th July, 2017.
Spanish golfer Rafa Cabrera Bello won his fourth Tour win in 293 attempts in the Scottish Open with a playoff against Englishman Callum Shinkwin. In third place was French golfer Matthieu Pavon three stokes further back. Rafa Cabrera Bello moved to 4th place in the Race to Dubai and 17th in the World Rankings.
Ladies European Tour - Attaya ThitikilSunday, 13/Aug/2017
Ladies European Thailand Championshp - Phoenix Gold Golf - Pattaya - Thailand - 6th and 7th pf July, 2017.
s Attaya Thitikil at the age of 14 became the youngest player on the Tour to win a tournament on the Ladies Tour. Finishing with two strokes advantage from Ana Menendez of Mexico and three from Australias Whitney Hillier.
European Tour - Tommy FleetwoodThursday, 6/Jul/2017
Open de France - Le National - Paris - France - 29th of June to 3rd of July, 2017.
Tommy Fleetwood from the England beat by one stroke USA
s Peter Uihlein with Swedens Alexander Bjorn three strokes further back. Tommy Fleetwood moved to the head of the Race to Dubai and 15th position in the World Rankings.
European Tour - Brooks KoepkaFriday, 23/Jun/2017
US Open - Erin Hills - Wisconsin - USA -15th to 18th June, 2017.
Brooks Koepka aged 27 from the USA won this prestigious event by four strokes from tied Japan
s Hideki Matsuyama and fellow USA golfer Brian Harman. He moved to 10th position in the World Rankings.
European Tour - Dylan FrittelliMonday, 12/Jun/2017
Lyoness Open - Diamond - Atzenbrugg - Vienna - Austria - 8th to 11th July, 2017.
South African Dylan Frittelli took the win in Austria with a one stroke lead over tied England
s David Horsey, fellow South African Jbe Kruger and Finlands Mikko Korhonen. Dylan Frittelli moved to 76th position in the World Rankings.
Senior Tour - Bernhard LangerMonday, 12/Jun/2017
KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship - Trump National - Washington DC - USA - 25th to 28th May, 2017.
German golfer Bernhard Langer took the victory in Washington DC with a one stroke lead over Fijian Vijay Singh. Three strokes behind were Miguel Angel Jimenez from Spain and Billy Andrade from the USA.
European Tour - Alex NorenMonday, 29/May/2017
BMW PGA Championship - Wentworth - Virginia Water - Surrey - England - 25th to 28th May, 2017.
Swede golfer Alex Noren claimed another victory on the European Tour with a record breaking round of 62 strokes at the BMW PGA Championships. He held a two stroke lead over Italian Francesco Molinari who was one stroke better than Nicolas Colsaerts from Belgium. This win moved Alex Noren into 4th place in the Race to Dubai and an 8th position in the World Rankings.
European Tour - Alvaro QuirosMonday, 22/May/2017
Rocco Forte Open - Vendura - Sicily - Italy - 18th to 21st April, 2017
Spanish golfer Alvaro Quiros gained the win in Sicily against South African Zander Lombard on the second hole in a tie-off. In third place with only one stroke more was Haotong Li from China. With this victory Alvaro Quiros moved into 237th place in the World Rankings and 67th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Matt WallaceMonday, 15/May/2017
Open de Portugal - Morgado - Portimao - Portugal - 11th to 14th May, 2017.
Englishman Matt Wallace gained his combined maiden European Tour and Challenge Tour win on the Morgado course in the Algarve. On the final day he increased his lead to finish 5 strokes less than his nearest rival Julian Suri from the USA. In third place was Matthieu Pavon from France with two strokes more than Suri. Matt Wallace moved to 137th place in the World Rankings and 11th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Alexander LevyMonday, 8/May/2017
China Open - Topwin - Beijing - China - 27th to 30th April, 2017.
Frenchman Alexander Levy added another Tour win to make four when he won the China Open. It was a play-off between himself and Dylan Frittelli from South Africa. One stroke further back was Pablo Larrazabal from Spain. Alexander Levy moved into 74 place in the World Rankings and 11th in the Race to Dubai.
Ladies European Tour - Florentyna ParkerSaturday, 29/Apr/2017
Mediterranean Ladies Open - Terramar - Stiges- Spain - 20th to 23rd April, 2017.
Florentyna Parker representing England won the Open in a three-way play-off against Sweden
s Anna Nordquist and Spains Carlota Ciganda. This win mover Parker into third position in the LET Rankings.
Challenge Tour - Ryan EvansSaturday, 29/Apr/2017
Turkish Airlines Challenge - Gloria - Belek - Antalya - Turkey - 20th to 23rd April, 2017.
Englsihman Ryan Evens gained his maiden win to the Challenge Tour inn Turkey. He ended four strokes less than his nearest rival, Tapio Pulkkanen from Finland. In third place was Julien Guerrier from France. Ryan Evens moved to 314th in the World Rankings and 2nd place in Road to Oman.
European Tour - Bernd WiesbergerSaturday, 29/Apr/2017
Shenzhen International - Genzon - Shenzhen - China - 20th to 23rd April, 2017.
Austrian Bernd Wiesberger added in Shenzhen to his his three previous wins on Tour. He had to beat Englishman Tommy Fleetwood in a play-off. Gregory Bourdy and Ross Fisher tied in a stoke further back. Wiesberger moved to 30th position the World Rankings and 6th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Edoardo MolinariSaturday, 29/Apr/2017
Trophee Hassan II - Royal Golf - Dar Es Salam - Rabat - Morocco - 13th to 16th April, 2017.
Italian golfer Edoardo Molinari gained his 5th Tour title in Morocco when he beat Irishman Paul Dunne in a play-off. In third place was Englishman Paul Waring with one more stroke. Molinari moved to 243rd place in the World Rankings and 15th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Sergio GarciaMonday, 10/Apr/2017
Masters Tournament - Augusta - Georgia - USA - 6th to 9th of April, 2017.
The ever popular Sergio Garcia won the “Masters” in Augusta! In a challenging end battle between Sergio Garcia and his good friend Justin Rose he claimed a much deserved victory on the extra one hole play-off. This was Sergio’s 73rd attempt of a
Masterswin and it also fell happily on the birth date of his golf idol Ballesteros. This win moved Sergio into 7th place in the World Rankings and 1st in the Race for Dubai.
European Tour - Dustin JohnsonMonday, 3/Apr/2017
WGC - Match Play - Austin - Texas - USA - 22nd to 26th March, 2017.
USA golfer Dustin Johnson gained his fifth Tour victory when he took win in Austin in the WGC - Match Play. In second place was Spanish player Jon Rahm followed by another American, Bill Haas in third. With this win Dustin Johnson moved into first place on the World Rankings.
Ladies European Tour - Hae Rym KimMonday, 27/Mar/2017
World Ladies Championship - Mission Hills - Haikou - China - 17th to 19th March, 2017.
After a play-off against fellow South Korean Seon Woo Bae, Hae Rym Kim won the World Ladies Championship in China. This victory placed Hae Rym Kim in 40th position in the Ladies World Ranking.
Challenge Tour - Aaron RaiMonday, 27/Mar/2017
Kenya Open - Muthaiga - Nairobi - Kenya - 23rd to 26th March, 2017.
Aaron Rai from England won his maiden victory on the Championship Tour in Kenya with a three stroke advantage over Frenchman Adrien Saddier. One stroke further back were Francisco Laporta and Matt Wallace. With this win Aaron Rai moved to 216th place in the World Rankings and 144th in the Race to Dubai.
Senior Tour - Chris WilliamsMonday, 27/Mar/2017
Senior Golf Masters - Sharjah - UAE - 16th to 18th March, 2017.
South African golfer Chris Williams won his second Senior Tour title in the United Arab Emirates in a play-off against Englishman Gary Marks. One stoke further back were Magnus P. Atlevi and James Kingston.
Ladies European Tour - Melissa ReidMonday, 20/Mar/2017
Oates Vic Open - 13th Beach - Barwon Heads - Victoria - Australia - 9th to 12th March, 2017.
English golfer Melissa Reid won the Oates Vic Open in Australia after a play-off with Sandra Gal from Germany. In third place were tied Su Oh and Angel Yin. Melissa Reid moved to 140th position in the World Rankings and first place in Order of Merit.
European Tour - S.S.P. ChawrasiaMonday, 20/Mar/2017
Indian Open - DLF - New Delhi - India - 9th to 12th March, 2017.
Indian player S.S.P. Chawrasia gained his fourth win on the Tour in New Delhi by seven strokes. In second place was Gavin Green from Malaysia, and with Scott Jamieson from Scotland one stroke further back. S.S.P. Chawrasia moved to 161 position in the World Rankings and 18th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Dean BurmesterMonday, 20/Mar/2017
Tshwane Open - Waterkloof - Pretoria - South Africa - 2nd to 5th March , 2017.
South African golfer Dean Burmester gained his maiden win on the Tour in Pretoria by three strokes from Mikko Korhonen from Finland and Jorge Campillo from Spain. This placed Dean Burmester in 95th place in the World Rankings and 11th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Dustin JohnsonSaturday, 11/Mar/2017
WGC _ Mexico Championship - Chapultepec - Mexico City - Mexico - 2nd to 5 March, 2017.
American Dustin Johnson brought his total wind on the European Tour up to four by winning the WGC in Mexico. He ended one stroke less than England
s Tommy Fleetwood and two stokes less than Ross Fisher and Jon Rahm. This win took placed him in first position in the World Rankings.
European Tour - Darren FichardtMonday, 27/Feb/2017
Joburg Open - Johannesburg - South Africa - 23rd to 26th February, 2017.
South African Darren Fichardt brought his total Tour wins up to five in the Joburg Open by one stroke from Welshman Stuart Manley and Paul Waring from England. Darren Fichardt moved into 192nd position int he World Rankings and 18th in the Race to Dubai.
LPGA - Amy YangMonday, 27/Feb/2017
LPGA THailand - Chonburi - Thailand - 23rd to 26th February, 2017.
Another South Korean by the name of Amy Yang claimed her win with an outstanding five strokes in Thailand. Her nearest rivals were also from South Korea, So Yeon Ryu and Sei Young Kim. This victory placed Amy Yang into 3rd place in the Race to CME Globe.
LPGA - Ha Na JangMonday, 20/Feb/2017
s Australia Open - Adelaide - South Australia - 16th to 19th February, 2017.
South Korean young golfer Ha Na Jang made a superb finish to win the Womens Australia Open by three strokes in Adelaide. Her rival at the finish was Danish Nanna Keoerstz Madsen, whilst, in joint third place were Minjee Lee, Ariya Jutanugarn and Haru Nomura. This victory places Ha Na Jang in 1st place in the Race to CME Globe.
European Tour - Brett RumfordMonday, 20/Feb/2017
World Super 6 Perth - Lake Karrinyup Perth - Australia - 16th to 19th February, 2017.
Australian Brett Rumford added another Tour win to his total making six in number when he beat his nearest rival by a solid five strokes at the World Super 6 Perth. In joint second places were fellow Australians Adam Blyth, Lucas Herbert, Jake Higginbottom, Jason Scrivener, Steven Jeffress, also with Austin Connelly, Louis Oosthuizsen, Thomas Detry and Ryan Evans. Brett Rumford moved to 133rd place in the World Rankings and 11th in the Race to Dubai.
Ladies European Tour - Melissa ReidMonday, 20/Feb/2017
Oates Vic Open - 13th Beach Golf Links - Barwon Heads - Australia - 9th to 12th February, 2017.
English golfer Melissa Reid won the Oats Vic Open in Australia in a play-off with Germany
s Sandra Gal. Lying one stoke further back were Su Oh and Angel Yin. Melissa Reid moved into 1st place in the Ladies Rankings and 140th position in the World Rankings.
European Tour - Fabrizio ZanottiMonday, 13/Feb/2017
Maybank Championship - Saujana - Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia - 9th to 12th February, 2017.
Fabrizio Zanotti from Italy gained his first win on the Tour this season in Malaysia with a one stroke lead over David Lipsky from the USA. Lying third was Bernd Wiesberger from Austria one stroke further back. Fabrizio Zanotti now placed 86th in the World Rankings and 2nd in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Sergio GarciaMonday, 13/Feb/2017
Dubai Desert Classic - Dubai - UAE - 2nd to 5th February, 2017.
Spanish golfer Sergio Garcia ended with a three stroke lead over Sweden
s Henrik Stenson in the Dubai Desert Classic. This latest win on the Tour took his overall total wins up to 12. It also placed him 9th in this season in the World Rankings and 5th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Jeunghun WangMonday, 13/Feb/2017
Qatar Masters - Doha - Qatar - 26th to 29th January, 2017.
South Korean golfer Jeunghun Wang added his third victory to his total in Qatar in a tough play-off against Joakim Lagergren from Sweden and Jaco van Zyl from South Africa. One stroke more were Mike Lorenzo-Vera from France and Thomas Aiken from England. Jeunghun Wang moved to 41st place in the World Rankings and third in the Race to Dubai.
Ladies European Tour - Haru NomuraMonday, 23/Jan/2017
s Australian Open - The Grange - White Sands - Australia . 18th to 21st January, 2017.
Japanese golfer Haru Nomura had a three stroke lead on the final day in Australia over her nearest rival New Zealands Lydia Ko. Australias Karrie Webb finished third a further six strokes back.
European Tour - Tommy FleetwoodMonday, 23/Jan/2017
Abu Dhabi Championship - Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates - 19th to 22nd January, 2017.
English golfer Tommy Fleetwood won his second Tour victory in Abu Dhabi by one stroke from both Dustin Johnson and Pablo Larrazabal on the final day. This win moved him into the 53rd position in the World Rankings and 1st in the Race to Dubai.
New ZealandTuesday, 17/Jan/2017
s Womens Open - Lydia Ko
s Womens Open - Clearwater - New Zealand - 12th to 14th January, 2017.
South Korean born Lydia Ko started the Year of 2017 well by winning the New Zealands Womens Open. She finished two strokes less than three rivals, Felicity Johnson, Hye Jin Choi and Nanna Koerstz Madsen.
European Tour - Graeme StormTuesday, 17/Jan/2017
SA Open - Glendower - Ekurhuleni - Gauteng - South Africa - 12th to 15th January, 2017.
Englishman Graeme Storm achieved his second win on the Tour in South Africa with a tough play-off against Northern Ireland
s Rory McIlroy. One stroke back in third place was fellow Englishman Jordan L. Smith. This win placed in 133rd position in the World Rankings and 4th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Sam BrazelMonday, 9/Jan/2017
Hong Kong Open - Fanling - Hong Kong - 8th to 11th December, 1016.
Australian golfer Sam Brazel placed himself in 1st place in the Race to Dubai when he made his maiden win in Hong Kong. He beat Spanish Rafa Cabrera Bello with one less strokes on the final round. His position in the World Rankings moved to 139 place.