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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.


Carly’s the Queen of Karlštejn

Scotland’s Carly Booth ended a seven year wait for her third Ladies European Tour title with victory in the Tipsport Czech Ladies Open, a dual-ranking event with the LET Access Series.

Booth carded rounds of 68, 69 and 70 for a 54-hole total of 207, nine-under-par, at Golf Resort Karlštejn to finish a stroke ahead of Finland’s Sanna Nuutinen, France’s Anais Meysonnier and English pair Charlotte Thompson and Hayley Davis.


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.


Historic win for Frédéric Lacroix at Saint-Malo Golf Mixed Open

Frédéric Lacroix made golfing history with victory in the Saint-Malo Golf Mixed Open: the first full-field mixed professional golf tournament in Europe, co-sanctioned by the Alps Tour and LET Access Series.

The Frenchman finished two strokes clear of Italian Enrico Di Nitto, with Belgium’s Manon De Roey two shots further back in third place.


Rahm claims Rolex Series hat-trick at Lahinch

Jon Rahm carded a sizzling 62 in the final round of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open to become the first player to win three Rolex Series titles in front of sell-out crowds at the famed Lahinch Golf Club.

The Spaniard entered the final day five strokes behind leader Robert Rock but stormed to the top of the leaderboard after carding an eagle and eight birdies to get to 16 under and win this event for the second time in front of capacity crowds.


Sadom gets rookie season off to a winning start, Sandhu & Khan finish 2nd and 3rd

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Young Thai talent Sadom Kaewkanjana became the record fastest Qualifying School graduate to win on the Asian Tour after surviving a nail-biting finish to clinch the US$350,000 Bangabandhu Cup Golf Open by one shot on Saturday.

Sadom, playing in his first Asian Tour start this season, extended his overnight two-shot lead to four with two opening birdies but had to fend off the spirited challenge from India’s Ajeetesh Sandhu after dropping three consecutive bogeys from the 13th to blow the title race wide open.


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