European Tour - David LipskyMonday, 17/Dec/2018
Alfred Dunhill Championship - Leopard Creek - Malelane - South Africa -13th to 16th December, 2018.
American golfer David Lipsky won his second tournament on the Tour in South Africa. In second place two strokes more as Scottish player David Drysdale. In equal third position were Scott Jameson and Zander Lombard. David Lipsky moved to 190th position in the World Rankings and first in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour -Louis OosthuizenMonday, 10/Dec/2018
South African Open - Randpark - Johannesburg - South Africa - 6th to 9th December, 2018.
Experienced South African golfer added in Johannesburg one more strong win to make his total of nine on the Tour. In second place with a further six strokes behind was France
s Romain Langasque. In third place was fellow South African Thomas Aiken with a further two strokes. With this latest victory Louis Oosthuizen moved to 25th place in the World Rankings and 3rd on the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Kurt KitayanaMonday, 3/Dec/2018
Mauritius Open - Anahita - Beau Champ - Mauritius - 29th to 2nd December, 2018.
American golfer Kurt Kitayana gained his maiden win on the Tour in Mauritius and moved him into 198th place in the World Rankings. Two strokes further back were Matthieu Pavon and S. Chikkarangappa.
European Tour - Cameron SmithMonday, 3/Dec/2018
Australian PGA Championship - Royal Pines Resort - Gold Coast - Queensland - Australia - 29th to 2nd of December, 2018.
Australian golfer Cameron Smith gained his second victory on the Tour by
two strokes in Queensland. Lying in second place was fellow Australian Marc Leishman, whilst, a further two strokes more were Ross McGowan and Matthew Miller. With this win Cameron moved to 28th place in the World Rankings.
European Tour - Aaron RaiMonday, 26/Nov/2018
Hong Kong Open - Fanling - Hong Kong - 22nd to 25th of November, 2018.
British golfer Aaron Ria secured his victory in Kong Kong by one stroke from fellow Englishman Matthew Fitzpatrick. This win brought Aaron Ria
s total up to three on the Tour. Five strokes further back were Jason Scrivener and Vitor Perez. Aaron Ria moved into 125th position on the World Rankings.
World Tour Championship - Danny WillettSunday, 25/Nov/2018
World Tour Championship - Jumeirah - Dubai - UAE - 15th to 18th of November, 2018.
The Race to Dubai is now over for the the year 2018 which was won by Italian golfer Francisco Molinari. The World Tour Championship was won by Englishman Danny Willett by two strokes from two equally positioned players, England
s Matt Wallace and American Patrick Reed. This was Danny Willetts sixth victory on the Tour and he moved into 90th position in the World Rankings.
European Tour - Justin RoseMonday, 5/Nov/2018
Turkish Open - Regnum Carya - Antalya - Turkey - 1st to 4th November, 2018.
Englishman Justin Rose added one more to his total of Tour wins bringing it up to 11. However, it was a challenge and he was forced into a play-off against Chinese golfer Haotong Li . In equal third place was was Belgium
s Thomas Detry and Spains Adrian Otaegui. Justin Rose now moved into 1st place in the World Rankings and 3rd in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Xander SchauffeleMonday, 29/Oct/2018
WGC - Champions - Sheshan International - Shanghai - China - 25th to 28th October.
American golfer Xander Schauffele gained his maiden Tour win in Shanghai in a play-off against fellow American Tony Finau. England
s Justin Rose took third place with an extra four strokes. Xander Schauffele moved to 12th place in the World Rankings and 4th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Sergio GarciaTuesday, 23/Oct/2018
Andalucia Masters - Real Club Valderrama - Sotogrande - Spain - 18th to 22nd October, 2018.
s Sergio Garcia added another comfortable win with four strokes to make his total 15 victories on the Tour. In second place was Irelands Shane Lowry, and with Finlands Mikko Korhomen a further two strokes back. Sergio Garcia moved to 27th position in the World Rankings and 25th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Eddie PepperellMonday, 22/Oct/2018
British Masters - Walton Heath - Surrey - England - 11th to 14th October, 2018.
By two strokes Englishman Eddie Pepperell won the British Masters from Sweden
s Alexander Bjork. A further two strokes more was Australias Lucas Herbert. This win was Eddie Pepperells second win on the tour and he moved to 34th place in the World Rankings and 7th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Lucas BjerregaardMonday, 8/Oct/2018
Alfred Dunhill Links Championship - Old Course - St Andrews - Carnoustie - Scotland - 4th to 7th October, 2018.
Danish golfer Lucas Bjerregaard increased his Tour wins to two when he won in Scotland. Only one stroke more were two Englishmen, Tommy Fleetwood and Tyrell Hatton. In third place was Finnish Tapio Pulkktanen. Lucas Bjerregaard moved to the 55th position in the World Rankings and 10th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Tom LewisMonday, 24/Sep/2018
Portugal Masters - Victoria - Vilamoura - Algarve - Portugal - 20th to 23rd September, 2018.
English golfer Tom Lewis repeated his 2011 victory by again winning the Portugal Masters in the Algarve by three strokes from Australian Herbert Lucas and England
s Eddie Pepperell. With this win Tom Lewis moved to 109th place in the World Rankings and 62nd in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Ashun WuWednesday, 19/Sep/2018
KLM Open - The Dutch - Spijk - Holland - 13th to 16th September, 2018.
Chinese golfer Ashun Wu claimed his third win on the Tour in Spijk by one stroke from Englishman Chris Wood. In third place was Thomas Detry and Hideto Tannihara from Belgium and Japan respectively. Ashun Wu moved into 170th position in the World Rankings and 43rd in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Matthew FitzpatrickMonday, 10/Sep/2018
Omega European Masters - Crans-sur-Seine - Crans Montana - Switzerland - 6th to 9th September, 2018.
s Matthew Fitzpatrick won in a play-off against Lucas Bierregaard from Denmark in Crans Montana, thus giving him his fifth victory on the Tour. Two strokes more in third place was Mike Lorenzo-Vera from France. This win placed Matthew Fitzpatrick in 44th position in the World Rankings and 13th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Matt WallaceTuesday, 4/Sep/2018
Made n Denmark - Silkeborg - Aarhus - Denmark -30th to 2nd of September, 2018.
English golfer Matt Wallace faced a serious challenge from three other fellow countrymen to win the tie-off on the last day in Denmark. They were Steven Brown, Johnathan Thomson and Lee Westwood. This was Matt Wallace
s fourth win on the Tour and moved him into 76th place in the World Rankings and 17th position in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Andrea PavanMonday, 3/Sep/2018
Czech Masters - Albatross - Prague - Czech Republic - 23rd to 26th August, 2018.
Promising newcomer Italian golfer Andrea Pavan acquired his maiden win on the Tour in Prague when he defeated by two strokes the very experienced Irishman Padraig Harrington. In third place was Gavin Green from Malaysia. With this victory Andrea Pavan moved to 140th position in the World Rankings and 39th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Brooks KoepkaMonday, 13/Aug/2018
USA PGA Championships - Bellerive - St Louis - Missouri - USA - 9th to 12th August, 2018.
Four time winner on the European Tour Brooks Koepka from the USA led the field home with a two stroke lead over fellow compatriot Tiger Woods. One stroke further back was Australian Adam Scott. The win placed Brooks Koepka in second position in the World Rankings.
European Tour - Gaganjeet BhullerMonday, 6/Aug/2018
Fiji International - Natadola Bay - Natadola - Fiji - 2nd to 5th August, 2018.
Gaganjeet Bhuller from Fiji gained his first win on the Tour and in his home country. One stroke behind him was Anthony Quayle from Australia, with Ernie Els and Ben Campbell placed equal third. Gaganjeet Bhuller then became 114th in the World Rankings and 135th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Justin ThomasMonday, 6/Aug/2018
WGC - Bridgestone Invitational - Firestone - Akron - Ohio - USA - 2nd to 5th August, 2018.
With a four stroke lead USA
s Justin Thomas claimed the victory at the Bridgestone Invitational in Ohio. In second place was fellow-american Kyle Stanley. One stroke further back were Dustin Johnson and Thorbjorn Oleson from Denmark. Justin Thomas moved into second position in the World Rankings.
European Tour - Richard McEvoyMonday, 6/Aug/2018
European Open - Green Eagle - Hamburg - Germany - 26th to 29th July, 2018.
s Richard McEvoy gained his maiden win on the Tour in Hamburg. Her finished with a lead of one stroke over three rivals, Christofer Blomstrand of Sweden, (AM) Allen John of Germany and Renato Paratore of Italy. Richard McEvoy moved into 139th place on the World Rankings and 63rd position in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Francesco MolinariTuesday, 24/Jul/2018
147th Open Championship - Carnoustie - Scotland - 19th to 22nd July, 2018.
Francesco Molinari became the first Italian to win a Major when he won the Open in Scotland by a two stroke lead. This was Molinari
s 6th victory on the European Tour and he moved to 6th position in the World Rankings and first place in the Race to Dubai. In second place was Kevin Kisner from the USA with Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose, and Xander Schauffele.
European Tour - Branden StoneMonday, 16/Jul/2018
Scottish Open - Gullane - East Lothian - Scotland - 12th to 15th July, 2018.
Amateur golfer Branden Stone from South Africa gained his third win on the Tour in Scotland at the Scottish Open with a four stroke lead on the final day. In second place was English golfer Eddie Pepperell, whilst an equal third place was taken by a trio of Jens Dantorp, Trevor Immelman and Luke List. Branden Stone moved into 110th position in the World Rankings and 14th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Russell KnoxMonday, 9/Jul/2018
Irish Open - Ballyliffin - County Donegal - Republic of Ireland - 5th to 8th July, 2018.
Scottish golfer Russell Knox won the Irish Open in a play-off against New Zealand
s Ryan Fox. Lying one stroke more was Jorge Campillo from Spain. This was Russell Knox second win on the Tour and moved him to 49th place in the World Rankings and 5th position in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Alex NorenMonday, 9/Jul/2018
Open de France - Le Golf National - Paris - France - 28th to 1st of July, 2018.
The Swedish golfer Alex Noren fought hard to gain the Open de France near Paris which brought his total wins on the Tour to a magnificent 10 . Just the one stroke behind were Russell Knox, Julian Suri and Chris Wood. Alex Noren moved into 14th position in the World Rankings and 2nd in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Matt WallaceMonday, 9/Jul/2018
BMW International Open - Gut Laerchen - Pulheim - Germany - 21st to 24th June, 2018.
English golfer Matt Wallace succeeded in winning his third Tour in Germany in the BMW International Open. On this heels and just one stroke behind were Martin Kaymer, Mikko Korhomen and Oleson Thorbjorn. With this win Matt Wallace moved to 72nd place in the World Rankings and 17th position in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Brooks KoepkaMonday, 18/Jun/2018
US Open - Shinnecock Hills - Southampton - New York - USA - 14th to 17th June, 2018.
History was made in the US Open when Brooks Koepka made a back-to-back win which was the first time that a Major was successfully defended since Curtis Strange in 1989. Brooks won by one stroke from England
s Tommy Fleetwood, and with USA Dustin Johnson taking third place just one stroke further back. This was Brooks Koepka third success on the Tour and placed him 4th in the World Rankings.
European Tour - Mikko KorhonenMonday, 11/Jun/2018
Shot Clock Masters - Diamond - Atzenbrugg - Vienna - Austria - 7th to 10th June, 2018.
Finnish golfer Mikko Korhonen romped home in Vienna with a six stroke advantage over his nearest rival, Connor Syme from Scotland, In third place was Belgium
s Nicolas Colsaerts. With this maiden win on the Tour he moved to 110th position on the World Rankings and 35th place in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Thorbjorn OlesenMonday, 4/Jun/2018
Italian Open - Gordagolf - Brescia - Italy - 31st to 3rd June, 2018.
Danish golfer Thorbjorn Olesen claimed his fifth victory on the Tour when he be finished one stroke less than his nearest rival home grown Francisco Molinari. In third position and one stroke more was England
s Lee Slattery. Thorbjorn Olesen moved into 75th place in the World Ranking and 6th position in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Francisco MolinariMonday, 28/May/2018
PGA Championship - Wentworth - Virginia Waters - Surrey - England - 24th to 27th May, 2018.
Italian golfer Francisco Molinari claimed victory in the PGA Championship on the Tour in Virginia Waters. He finished minus two strokes from Northern Ireland Rory McIlroy. One stroke further back was Lucas Bierrregaard from Denmark. This win was Francisco Molinari fifth on the Tour and placed him 20th in the World Rankings and third in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Adrian OlaeguiMonday, 28/May/2018
Belgium Knockout - Rinkven Int. - Antwerp - Belgium - 17th to 20th May, 2018.
Spanish golfer Adrian Olaegui won the Belgium Knockout on the Tour in Antwerp. This was the second win so far for Adrian Olaegui on the Tour and in the final he won against Frenchman Benjamin Hebert. This win placed him 78th place in the World Rankings and 16th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Joakim LagergrenMonday, 14/May/2018
Sicilian Open - Vendura - Agrigento - Sicily - Italy - 10th to 13th May, 2018.
s golfer Joakim Lagergren gained his maiden victory on the Tour in Sicily in a play-off against Frances Mike Lorenzo-Vera. Lying back in third play were both Australias Lucas Herbert and Englands Andy Sullivan. Joakim Lagergren moved to 133rd position in the World Rankings and 28th place in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Alexander BjorkTuesday, 8/May/2018
China Open - Topwin - Beijing - China - 26th to 29th April, 2018.
Alexander Bjork from Sweden claimed his maiden win on the Tour in China beating by one stroke Spanish golfer Adrian Otaegui. One stroke further back were a trio consisting of Jorge Campillo, Jordan Smith and Matt Wallace. Alexander Bjork moved to 73rd position in the World Rankings and 9th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Alexander LevyTuesday, 8/May/2018
Trophee Hassan II - Royal Golf - Rabat - Morocco - 19th to 22nd April, 2018
French golfer Alexander Levy claimed his 5th victory on the Tour in Morocco beating a group of four golfers with them having just one stroke more. These were Alvaro Quiros, Alexander Bjork, Joakim Lagergren, Mikko Ilonen and Andrea Pavan. Alexander Levy moved to 47th position in the World Rankings and 8th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Jon RahmMonday, 16/Apr/2018
Open de Espana - Centro Nacional de Golf - Madrid - Spain - 12th to 15th April, 2018.
Local golfer Jon Rahm won his home Tour tournament in Madrid with a two stroke lead over Ireland
s Paul Dunne. One stroke further back was fellow Spaniard Nacho Elvira. This was Jon Rahms third win on the Tour and placed him fourth in the World Rankings and fifth in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Patrick ReedMonday, 9/Apr/2018
The Masters - Augusta National - Augusta - Georgia - USA - 5th to 8th April, 2018.
In an exciting last day Patrick Reed held his lead and his nerve to finish with one stroke advantage on his fellow American Rickie Jordan. Only one stroke further back was Jordan Spieth in third place. This was Patrick Reed
s second win on the Tour and he thus moved to 11th position in the World Rankings.
European Tour - Bubba WatsonMonday, 26/Mar/2018
WGC Match Play - Austin - Texas - USA 21st to 25th March, 2018.
Bubba Watson added to his European Tour wins in Austin, Texas, when he played against fellow American Kevin Kisnet. This brought the total of his Tour victories up to four and placed him in 21st place in the World Rankings.
European Tour - Matt WallaceMonday, 12/Mar/2018
Indian Open - DLF - New Delhi - India - 8th to 11th March, 2018.
English golfer Matt Wallace won for the second time on the Tour when n India he led the field in a final play-off against fellow Englishman Andrew Johnston. In third place three strokes more was Sihwan Kim from the USA. This victory moved Matt Wallace into 152 position in the World Rankings and 14th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - George CoetzeeWednesday, 7/Mar/2018
Tshwane Open - Pretoria - Waterkloof - South - Africa - 1st to 4th March, 2018.
South African golfer George Coetzee claimed his forth win on the Tour in the Tshwane Open in South Africa. In second place was England
s Sam Horsefield two strokes more, whilst Finlands Mikko Korhonen gained third place one stroke further back. George Coetzee moved to 99th place in the World Rankings and 20th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Phil MickelsonWednesday, 7/Mar/2018
Mexico Championship - Chapultepec - Mexico City - Mexico - 1st to 4th March, 2018.
Phil Mickelson added another victory on the Tour in Mexico bringing his total up to ten. It required a play-off with fellow American Justin Thomas, whilst in third position with one extra stroke was Rafa Cabrera Bello and Tyrell Hatton. With this win Phil moved to 18th position in the World Rankings
European Tour - Eddie PepperellMonday, 26/Feb/2018
Qatar Masters - Doha - 22nd to 25th February, 2018.
Eddie Pepperell gained his maiden victory on the Tour when he finished three strokes less than fellow Englishman Oliver Fisher. In third place was Sweden
s Marcus Kinhult who was one stroke further back. This win placed Eddie Pepperell in 92nd position in the World Rankings and 13th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Joost LuitenWednesday, 21/Feb/2018
Oman Open - Al Mouj - Muscat Oman - 15th to 18th February , 2018.
s Joost Luiten gained his 6th Tour title in Oman when he finished with two strokes in hand from Englishman Chris Wood. Julian Guerrier from France took third place with one further stoke, Joost Luiten move to 68th position in the World Rankings and ninth place in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Kiradech AphibarnratMonday, 12/Feb/2018
World Super Six - Lake Karrinyup - Perth - Australia - 8th to 11th February, 2018.
Thai golfer Kiradech Aphibarnrat won the special World Super Six event in Perth in a final against Australian James Nitties. This was Kiradech Aphibarnrat fourth win on the European Tour and placed him in 37th position in the World Rankings and 10th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Shubhankar SharmaMonday, 12/Feb/2018
Maybank Championship - Saujana - Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia - 1st to 4th February, 2018.
Indonesian golfer Shubhankar Sharma gained his second win this season on the Tour in Malaysia. Shubhankar Sharma finished two strokes less than his nearest rival Jorge Campillo from Spain. One stroke more in third place was Ryan Fox from New Zealand. With this win Shubhankar Sharma moved to 71st place in the world Rankings and lead position in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Haotong LiMonday, 29/Jan/2018
Dubai Desert Classic - Dubai - United Arab Emirates - 25th to 28th January, 2018.
s golfer Haotong Li gained his second Tour win in the Desert Classic in Dubai. Haotong Li ended the final day with one stroke less than Northern Irelands Rory McIlroy. In third place was Tyrrell Hatton from England with a further two strokes. Haotong Li moved to 60th place in the World Rankings and 2nd in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Tommy FleetwoodTuesday, 23/Jan/2018
Abu Dhabi Championship - Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates - 18th to 21st January, 2018.
English golfer Tommy Fleetwood gained his fourth win on the Tour in Abu Dhabi when he ended the final round two strokes less than his nearest rival fellow Englishman Ross Fisher. In third place was Matthew Fitzpatrick a further two stokes back. Tommy Fleetwood moved to 12th position in the World Rankings and first place in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Chris PaisleyMonday, 15/Jan/2018
SA Open - Glendower - Ekurhuleni - Gauteng - South Africa - 11th to 14th January, 2018.
With a lead of three strokes England
s golfer Chris Paisley gained his maiden victory on Tour in South Africa. Local golfers, Branden Grace and JC Ritchie finished second place and third place respectively. Chris Paisley moved to 121st position in the World Rankings and 5th in the Race to Dubai.