Monday, 1/Nov/2010
Richard Green - (Australia) Portugal Masters Victoria - Algarve - Portugal - 14th to 17th October, 2010 Richard Green came from seven shots back to win the Portugal Masters with a brilliant closing 65. The Australian left-hander, for whom this was a third European Tour title in his 311th start, finished 18 under for the week after his seven under par round. Green won by two strokes from a group of four players including Francesco Molinari whose 16 under par total was made up of rounds of 74-62-74-62. The win took Richard Green, whose previous best 2010 performance was also in Portugal at the National Open in Estoril, to World Number 64, a jump of 46 positions.

Victoria Golf Course

Thursday, 1/Jul/2010
Thomas Bjorn - (Denmark) Estoril Open de Portugal Penha Longa - Sintra - Lisbon - Portugal - 10th to 13th June, 2010 Thomas Bjorn returned to winning ways in fine style with a comprehensive five shot victory at the Estoril Open de Portugal. The Dane saw off a fine challenge from Richard Green with a closing 68 for a 23 under par aggregate total of 265. Australian left-hander Richard Green got within one before a decisive swing in Bjorns direction at the 14th and 15th gave the 39 year old his tenth European Tour title and the first for more than four years. The win took Bjorn to World Number 114, a jump of 79 positions.

Penha Longa Atlantico Golf Course

Saturday, 1/May/2010
James Morrison - (England) Madeira Open Porto Santo - Madeira - Portugal - 8th to 11th April, 2010 James Morrison secured his maiden European Tour title at the Madeira Islands Open BPI - Portugal after holding off a determined charge from Oliver Fisher. Overnight leader James Morrison carded a final round of 70 to finish on 20 under par, one clear of Fisher who roared into contention with a host of birdies on the final day. With this win James Morrison and a former England youth cricketer, jumped 174 places to World Nº 182.

Porto Santo Golfe Course