Challenge Tour - Rys EnockMonday, 8/Jul/2019
Slovakia Challenge - Penati - Senica - Slovakia - 4th to 7th of July, 2019.
Welsh golfer Rys Enock won by one stroke from Josh Geary on the Challenge Tour this week in Slovakia. In equal third place were Lars van Miejal and Dale Whitnell. Rys Enock moved to 249th position in the World Rankings and 252 in the Race to Dubai.
Staysure Tour - Jose CaceresMonday, 8/Jul/2019
Swizz Open - Bad Ragaz - Switzerland - 5th to 7th of July, 2019.
Argentinian player Jose Caceres finished in the lead position by two strokes closely followed by a group of five players, Peter Baker, Peter O
Malley, Phillip Price, Jean-Francois Remesy and Chris Williams. This was Jose Caceres maiden win in the Staysure Tour whilst moving to 2079 place in the World Rankings.
European Tour - Jon Rahm (AM)Monday, 8/Jul/2019
Irish Open - Lahinch - Co. Claire - Ireland - 4th to 7th of July, 2019.
Amateur Spanish golfer Jon Rahm claimed his maiden win on the European Tour in Ireland by two strokes. In equal second place were England
s Andy Sullivan and Bern Wiesberger from Austria. Jon Rahm moved to 8th position in the World Rankings and 1st in the Race to Dubai.
Challenge Tour - Matthew JordanMonday, 1/Jul/2019
Italian Challenge Open - Terri dei Consoli - Monterosi - Italy - 27th to 30th of June, 2019.
English golfer Matthew Jordan achieved his first win on the Challenge Tour in a play-off against Lorenzo Scalise from Italy. In third place was Spain
s was Carlos Pigem. Matthew Jordan moved to 312th place in the World Rankings and 174th position in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Christiaan BezuidenhoutMonday, 1/Jul/2019
Andalucia Masters - Valderrama - Sotogrande - Spain - 27th to 30th of June, 2019.
South African Christiaan Bezuidenhout gained his maiden European Tour win with a strong six stroke lead in Sotogrande over the weekend. Placed equally second were Adri Arnous, Eduardo de la Riva, Mike Lorenzo-Vera, Alvaro Quiros and John Rahm. Christiaan Bezuidenhout moved to 140th in the World Rankings and 9th place in the Race to Dubai.
Challenge Tour - Eirik Tage JohansenMonday, 24/Jun/2019
Costa del Sol Match Play 9 - Valle Romano - Estepona - Malaga - Spain - 20th to 23rd of June, 2019.
Norwegian golfer Eirik Tage Johansen gained his maiden win on the Challenge Tour in Malaga when he finished in first place, with Ugo Coussaud in second and Robin Sciot-Siegrist in third. Eirik Tage Johnsen moved into 8th position in the Challenge Tour Rankings and 362nd place in the World Rankings.
Staysure Tour - Jean-Francois RemesyMonday, 24/Jun/2019
European Legends Links Championship - Trevose - Padstow - UK - 21st to 23rd of June, 2019.
jean-Francois Remesy from France won in Padstow by one stroke giving him his first win on the Staysure Tour. In second place was Barry lane from England whilst in third position was Gary Evans also from England.
European Tour - Andrea PavanMonday, 24/Jun/2019
BMW International Open - Munchen Eichenried - Munich - Germany - 20th to 23rd of June, 2019.
Italian golfer Andrea Pavan gained his second victory on the European Tour in Munich in a play-off against England
s Matthew Fitzpatrick. In third place were seven equal players with two more strokes. With this win Andrea Pavan moved to 83rd place in the World Rankings and 32nd position in the race to Dubai.
Challenge Tour - Robin RousselMonday, 17/Jun/2019
Hauts de France - Pas de Calais Open - Aa Saint Omer - Lumbres - France - 13th to 16th of June, 2019.
With a two stroke advantage French golfer Robin Roussel claimed the title in Pas de Calais Open from England
s Richard Bland. In third place with four more strokes was Cormac Sharvin from Northern Ireland. This was Robin Roussel maiden win on the Challenge Tour and he moved into fourth place on the Challenge Tour.
Staysure Tour - Peter BakerMonday, 17/Jun/2019
Senior Open Hauts de France - Arras - Anzin-Saint-Aubin - France - 7th to 9th of June, 2019.
Golfer Steve Baker gained his maiden win on the Staysure Tour in France by five strokes from South African James Kingston. With one more stroke the third place was taken by Markus Brier from Austria.
European Tour - Gary WoodlandMonday, 17/Jun/2019
US Open - Pebble Beach - California - USA - 13th to 16th June, 2019.
s Gary Woodland claimed the title in the US Open in Pebble Beach by three strokes. In second place was fellow American Brooks Koepka. With two more stokes were Jon Rahm, Chez Reavie, Justin Rose and Xander Schauffete. Gary Woodland win was his maiden on the Tour and moved him to 25th position in the World Rankings.
European Tour - GolfSixesMonday, 17/Jun/2019
GolfSixes - Oitavos Dunes - Cascais - Portugal - 7th and 8th June, 2019.
Thailand won the the GolfSixes with a final sweeping victory in Cascais in Portugal against their nearest rivals England. The Thai team consisted of Thongchai Jaidee and Phachara Khongwatmai whilst the England
s team were composed of Tom Lewis and Paul Waring.
Staysure Senior Tour - Barry LaneTuesday, 4/Jun/2019
Senior Italian Open - Valeverde -Fagagna - Italy - 30th to 1st June, 2019.
English golfer Barry Lane gained his seventh win on the Seniors Tour in Italy in a play-off against Frenchman Marc Farry. In a hotly contested third place was Miguel Angel Martin, Davis Shacklady, Jean-Francois Remesy and Jose Caceres.
European Tour - Guido MigliozziTuesday, 4/Jun/2019
Belgium Knockout - Rinkven - Antwerp - Holland - 30th to 2nd of June, 2019.
The Italian golfer Guido Migliozzi won his second Tour win in Antwerp by two strokes from Dutchman Daruis van Driel, whilst Scotland
s Ewen Ferguson was one stroke more. Guido Migliozzi moved to 95th place in the World Rankings and 21st position int the Race to Dubai.
Challenge Tour - Ross McGowanMonday, 27/May/2019
Czech Challenge - Kaskada - Brno - Czech Republic . 23rd to 26th May, 2019.
English golfer Ross McGowan achieved his third win on the Challenge Tour in Kaskada in the Czech Republic with a four shot lead over Portugal
s Ricardo Santos. In third place was Adrian Meronk from Poland. Ross McGowan moved to 240th place in the World Rankings and 150th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Bernd WiesbergerMonday, 27/May/2019
Made in Denmark - Himmerland - Farso - Denmark - 23rd to 26th May 2019.
Austrian golfer Bernd Wiesberger gained his second victory on the Tour when in Denmark he finished one stroke less that his nearest rival, Robert McIntyre from Scotland. In third place with one more stroke was Frenchman Romain Langasque. Bernd Wiesberger moved to 161 st position in the World Rankings and 19th place in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Brooks KoepkaMonday, 20/May/2019
US PGA Championship - Bethpage State Park - New York - USA - 16th to 19th May, 2019.
American golfer Brooks Koepka gained his fifth win by two strokes on the Tour at the US PGA Championship in New York. In second place was Dustin Johnson whilst in equal third position with a further four strokes were Patrick Cantlay, Jordan Spieth and Matt Wallace. With this title Brooks Koepka moved into first place in the World Rankings.
Challenge Tour - Antoine RoznerMonday, 6/May/2019
Challenge de Espanha - Izki - Urturi - Alava Province - Spain - 2nd to 5th May, 2019.
Antoine Rozner from France achieved his first victory on the Challenge Tour in Spain when he finished with a four stroke lead. However, equal placed in second were Sebastian Garcia Rodriguez, Ramus Hojgaard, Martin Simonsen and Joel Sjoholm. Antoine Rozner moved to 488th place in the World Rankings and 203rd in the Race to Dubai.
Staysure Tour - Daan HuizingMonday, 6/May/2019
Jordan Mixed Open - Ayla - Aquaba - Jordan - 4th to 6th May, 2019.
Dan Huizing from Holland won his third trophy on the Staysure Tour with his leading two strokes over teammates, Meghan MaClaren from Scotland and Simon Simonsen from Denmark. With this win Daan Huizing moved to 441st position in the World Rankings and 265th place in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Mikko KarhonenMonday, 6/May/2019
China Open - Genzan - Shenzhen - China - 2nd to 5th May, 2019.
Finnish golfer Mikko Karhonen gained his second victory on the Tour in a play-off against France
s Benjamin Hebert. In third position finishing with one more stroke was last weeks winner in Morocco Jorge Campillo from Spain. Mikko Karhonen moved to 121st place in the World Rankings and 17th on the Race to Dubai.
Challenge Tour - Connor SymeTuesday, 30/Apr/2019
Turkish Airlines Challenge - Sansum - Atakum - Turkey - 25th to 28th April, 2019.
Scottish player Connor Syme acquired his maiden win on the Challenge Tour in Atakum in a play-off against Francesco Laporta from Italy. With only one stroke more in equal third position were two Dutchmen, Wil Besseling and Darius van Driel. Connor Syme moved to 238th place in the World Rankings and 191st position int Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Jorge CampilloTuesday, 30/Apr/2019
Trophee Hassan II - Royal Golf - Dar es Salam - Rabat - Morocco - 25th to 28th April, 2019.
Spanish golfer Jorge Campillo gained his maiden win on the Tour in Rabat by two strokes from a threesome composed of Sean Crocker, Julian Suri, and Erik van Rooyen. With this victory Jorge Campillo moved to 65th place in the World Rankings and 6th position in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Tiger WoodsMonday, 15/Apr/2019
The Masters - Augusta - Georgia - USA - 11th to 14th April, 2019.
After a long time in the wilderness the indomitable Tiger Woods gained his fifth
green jacketin Georgia after a exciting last day of play. His victory gained with a one shot advantage over his fellow Americans, Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka and Xander Schauffele. Tiger Woods moved to 12th place in the World Rankings and this win brought his total on the Tour up to 41.
Staysure & Challenge Tour - Daan HuizingMonday, 8/Apr/2019
Jordan Mixed Open - Ayla - Aqaba - Jordan - 4th to 6th April, 2019.
Daan Huizing from Holland won the Jordan Mixed Open by two strokes from Meghan Maclaren from England. In third place with a further two strokes was Martin Simonsen form Denmark. Daan Huizing moved to 409th place in the World Rankings and 259th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Stephen GallacherMonday, 1/Apr/2019
Indian Open - DLF - New Delhi - India - 28th to 31st March, 2019.
s Stephen Gallacher obtained his maiden victory on the Tour in Delhi in the Indian Open. One stroke more was Japans Masahiro Kawamura and in third place was Jorge Campillo from Spain. Stephen Gallacher moved to 355th position in the World Rankings and 26th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Kevin KisnerMonday, 1/Apr/2019
WGC-Match Play - Augusta Georgia - USA - 27th to 31st March, 2019.
American golfer Kevin Kisner won his first European Tour title on Augusta in Georgia. In second place was Matt Kuchar also from the USA, whilst in third place was Francisco Molinari. Kevin Kisner moved to 50th place in the World Rankings.
European Tour - Scott HendMonday, 25/Mar/2019
Maybank Championship - Kuala Lumpur . Malaysia - 21st to 24th March, 2019.
Australian golfer Scott Hend won his third Tour title in Kuala Lumpur in a tie-off with Spanish player Nacho Elvira. One stroke behind the couple was Jazz Janewattananond, a promising young golfer from Thailand. Scott Hend moved to 134th place in the World Rankings and 6th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Guido MigliozziMonday, 18/Mar/2019
Kenya Open - Karen - Nairobi - Kenya - 14th to 17th March, 2019.
Outsider Italian golfer Guido Migliozzi gained his maiden win on the Tour in Nairobi by one stroke from three equal players, Spanish Arneus and South Africans Louis de Jager and Justin Harding. Guido Migliozzi moved to 576th position in the World Rankings and 28th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Justin HardingMonday, 11/Mar/2019
Qatar Masters - Doha - Qatar - 7th to 10th of March, 2019.
South African golfer Justin Harding gained his maiden win on the Tour in Doha on Sunday with his two stroke lead over nine equally place competitors. His victory placed him in 74th position in the World Rankings and 5th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Kurt KitayamaMonday, 4/Mar/2019
Omen Open - Al Mouj - Muscat - Oman - 28th to 3rd of March, 2019.
American golfer Kurt Kitayama finished one stroke less than his nearest rivals Jorge Campillo from Spain, Maximilian Kieffer from Germany, Clement Sordet from France, and Fabrizio Zanotti from Paraguay. This win in Muscat was Kurt Kitayama
s second win on the Tour which then moved him to 206th place in the World Rankings and 4th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Ryan Fox (AM)Monday, 18/Feb/2019
World Super 6 Perth - Lake Karrinyaup - Perth - Australia - 14th to 17th February, 2019.
Amateur golfer Ryan Fox from New Zealand took the title in Perth, Australia giving him his second win on the Tour. In second place was Adrian Otaegui from Spain whilst coming third was Paul Dunne from Ireland. With this win Ryan Fox moved into 85th in the World Rankings and 11th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - David LawMonday, 11/Feb/2019
Handa Vic Open - Geelong - Victoria - Australia - 7th to 10th of February, 2019.
Scottish golfer David Law claimed his maiden win on the Tour in Australia with a one stroke less than his fellow competitors Brad Kennedy and Wade Ormsby, both Australians. One more stroke behind them was Justin Harding from South Africa. This win took David Law into 376th position in the World Rankings and 17th place in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Dustin JohnsonMonday, 4/Feb/2019
Saudi International - Royal Greens - King Abdullah Economic City - Saudi Arabia - 31st to 3rd February, 2019.
American golfer Dustin Johnson claimed his sixth Tour victory when he won the tournament by two strokes in Saudi Arabia. In second place was Haotong Li from China, with England
s Tom Lewis taking third position. Dustin Johnson moved to third place in the World Rankings.
European Tour - Bryson DechambeauMonday, 28/Jan/2019
Dubai Desert Classic - Dubai - United Arab Emirates - 24th to 27th January, 2019.
American golfer Bryson Dechambeau scored a magnificent seven stroke lead over his competitors by winning the Dubai Desert Classic. In second place was England
s Matt Wallace, whilst in equal third position were Sergio Garcia, Ian Poulter, Alvaro Quiros and Paul Waring. This was Bryson Dechambeau maiden win on the Tour and placed him in fifth place in the World Rankings.
European Tour - Shane LowryMonday, 21/Jan/2019
Abu Dubai Championship - Abu Dubai - United Arab Emirates - 16th to 19th January, 2019.
Irish golfer Shane Lowry added another Tour win in Abu Dubai by finishing with a one stroke advantage. In second place was South African Richard Sterne with Joost Luiton in third position. With this victory Shane Lowry
s wins on the Tour came to four, his World Ranking moved to 41st, and has taken the lead in this years Race to Dubai.