Challenge Tour - Anton KarlssonMonday, 10/Feb/2020
Cape Town Open - Royal Cape - Cape Town - South Africa - 6th to 9th of February, 2020.
Anton Karlsson from Sweden gained his maiden win on the Challenge Tour in Cape Town by one stroke from South African Garrick Higgo. In third place was England
s Toby Tree with three more strokes. Anton Karlsson moved to 501st place in the World Rankings .
European Tour - Min Wee LeeMonday, 10/Feb/2020
Handa Vic Open - 13th Beach - Geelong - Victoria - Australia - 6th to 9th of February, 2020.
s Min Wee Lee gained his maiden title on the European Tour in his home country in Geelong by two strokes from his fellow countryman Ryan Fox. Three strokes more in third place were Marcus Fraser, Sciot-Siegrist and Travis Smyth. Min Wee Lee moved to 229th place in the World Rankings and 11th in the Race to Dubai.
Challenge Tour - JC RitchieTuesday, 4/Feb/2020
Limpopo Championship – Euphoria – Modimolle – South Africa – 30th to 2nd of February, 2020.
JC Ritchie led a group of fellow South Africans by two strokes to a maiden victory on the Challenge Tour in Modimolle in South Africa. In second place was Wilco Nienaber followed by Hennie du Plessis and Jacques Kruyswijk. JC Ritchie moved into 161st position in the World Rankings and 85th in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Graeme MacDowellTuesday, 4/Feb/2020
Saudi International – Royal Greens – Abdullah Economic City – Saudi Arabia – 30th to 2nd of February, 2020.
Graeme MacDowell from Northern Ireland gained his eleventh title on the European Tour in Saudi Arabia winning by two strokes from Dustin Johnson of the USA. In equal third place were Thomas Pieters, Phil Mickelson and Gavin Green. With this win Graeme MacDowell moved to 104th in the World Rankings and 3rd in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Lucas HerbertTuesday, 4/Feb/2020
Dubai Desert Classic - Dubai - UAE - 23rd to 26th of January, 2020.
Australian Lucas Herbert gained his maiden title on the European Tour in a play-off against South African Christiaan Bezuidenhout. In equal third place were Frenchman Adri Arnaus, South African Dean Burmester and England
s Tom Lewis. With this win Lucas Herbert moved to 79th position in the World Rankings and 2nd in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Lee WestwoodTuesday, 4/Feb/2020
Abu Dhabi Championship - Abu Dhabi - UAE - 16th to 19th of January, 2020.
s Lee Westwood brought his total European Tour wins up to 25 when he won the title in Abu Dhabi. In equal third position two strokes more were Matthew Fitzpatrick, Tommy Eastwood and Vitor Perez. Lee Westwood moved to 29th place in the World Rankings and 1st in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Grace BrandenMonday, 13/Jan/2020
South African Open - Randpark - Johannesburg - South Africa - 9th to 12th of January, 2020.
South African golfer Grace Branden added another win to his now total nine titles on the European Tour with a three stroke victory. In second place was fellow South African Louis Oosthuizen with England
s Marcus Armitage coming third a further two strokes more.
European Tour - Adam ScottWednesday, 1/Jan/2020
Australian PGA Championship - Royal Pines Resort - Golf Coast - Queensland - Australia.
Australian player Adam Scott added another title on the European Tour to bring his total up t 11. In second place was Michael Hendry whilst the third place was tied by four other Australians and one Chinese. With this win Adam Scott moved to 13th place in the World Rankings and 3rd in the Race to Dubai.
European Tour - Ramus HogaardWednesday, 1/Jan/2020
Mauritius Open - Heritage - Bel Ombre - Mauritius - 5th to 8th of December, 2019.
Young Danish golfer Ramus Hogaard gained his maiden win on the European Tour in a play-off against Italy
s Renato Paratore and Frances Antoine Rozner. Ramus Hogaard moved to 196th place in the World Rankings and 2nd in the Race to Dubai.