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Kennedy storms back to win 101st New Zealand Open

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Australia’s Brad Kennedy returned to the winner’s circle again when he signed for a stunning eight-under-par 63 to win the 101st New Zealand Open on Sunday.

Kennedy had won New Zealand’s prestigious National Open in 2011 and held aloft its prized trophy for the second time after overcoming a two-shot deficit to pip compatriot Lucas Herbert to the title with his winning total of 21-under-par 264 at the Millbrook Resort.


Last-hole eagle lifts Kiradech into top-10 in Korea

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Kiradech Aphibarnrat saved his best for last by firing an eagle on 18 for a closing 3-under 69 to secure a top-10 finish at THE CJ CUP @ NINE BRIDGES on Sunday.

The Thai star overcame a wobble at the end of his final round at The Club @ Nine Bridges by sticking a superb seven iron approach shot to three feet of the flag of the par-5 18th hole. He was four under through 13 holes but dropped shots on 14, 15 and 17 and bounced back for his last-hole heroics.


Kim runs away with Pakistan Open title

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Korea’s Joohyung Kim stamped his class by capturing his third Asian Development Tour (ADT) title this season with a dominant wire-to-wire victory at the US$80,000 Raya Pakistan Open on Sunday.

The 17-year-old Korean, who started his final round with a commanding 11-shot lead ensured he would become only the third player in the ADT history to win three times in a single season when he signed off with a one-over-par 73 to clinch the title by nine shots.


Kiradech finishes strong to stay within striking reach in Korea

Thai star Kiradech Aphibarnrat birdied three of his closing five holes for a third straight 3-under 69 to move into tied seventh place at the US$9.75 million THE CJ CUP @ NINE BRIDGES on Saturday.

After dropping bogeys on 10 and 13 which erased his gains on the third and fourth holes, the burly Kiradech bounced back strongly to finish his round with birdies on the 14th, 15th and 18th holes, missing a putt for eagle on the last.


Carballo mounts fightback to win Indonesia Open

Argentina’s Miguel Carballo mounted one of his career’s biggest comebacks by overturning a six-shot deficit to win the Bank BRI Indonesia Open on Sunday.

Carballo, who topped the Asian Development Tour (ADT) Order of Merit last year, found himself in a similar position on the leaderboard when he closed with a flawless five-under-par 67 to clinch his maiden Asian Tour title by three shots over Korea’s Yikuen Chang with his winning total of 17-under-par 271 at the Pondok Indah Golf Course.


Anirban Lahiri regains PGA Tour card

Indian golf star Anirban Lahiri has secured a quick return onto the PGA TOUR following a “satisfying” top-five finish at the Albertson Boise Open presented by Kraft Nabisco, the penultimate event on the Korn Ferry Tour (KFT) Finals, on Sunday. With a T7 finish achieved in the previous week’s Nationwide Children's Hospital Championship, Lahiri has now secured enough points to earn one of the 25 PGA TOUR cards at stake at the KFT Finals.

The 32-year-old former Asian No.1 carded a bogey-free 5-under 66, highlighted by three closing birdies, to finish three shots behind winner Matthew NeSmith of the United States.


Erik van Rooyen clinches maiden win at Scandinavian Invitation

Erik van Rooyen birdied the last to overcome Matthew Fitzpatrick in a thrilling final day battle and win his first European Tour title at the Scandinavian Invitation.

The South African was last season's European Challenge Tour Graduate of the Year and arrived at Hills Golf & Sports Club having finished second three times on the European Tour - twice on the 2019 Race to Dubai.


Coceres clinches victory in Switzerland

José Coceres won his first Staysure Tour title at the Swiss Seniors Open, carding just two bogeys in 54 holes as he secured a two-stroke victory at Golf Club Bad Ragaz.

The 55-year-old closed with a four under par 66 to add to his previous rounds of 65-68 and in doing so finished 11 under, two shots ahead of five runners-up on nine under par, including second round leader Peter O’Malley.


Rhys Enoch claims first Challenge Tour win in Slovakia

Rhys Enoch ended his long wait for a European Challenge Tour title at the D+D REAL Slovakia Challenge after posting a four under par round of 68 on the final day at Penati Golf Resort.

The Welshman carded four consecutive sub-70 rounds to post an 18 under par total and secure a one-shot victory over New Zealand’s Josh Geary, who propelled himself into contention on day four with a six under par round of 66.


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