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Harry Ellis rises from the dead to complete terrific turnaround at Royal St George's

Harry Ellis battled back from four holes down with five to play to win the 36-hole final of The 122nd Amateur Championship at Royal St George’s today.

The 21-year-old from Meon Valley followed in the footsteps of his former Hampshire teammate, 2016 Amateur champion Scott Gregory, to lift the famous trophy after defeating Australia’s Dylan Perry in a dramatic match that went to the 38th hole.


Sergio soars to the top in Germany

Sergio Garcia will battle it out for a third European Tour title of the season at the BMW International Open after the reigning Masters Champion carded a five under par 67 to join Richard Bland in a share of the lead heading into the final day.

The 37 year old from Spain has never claimed three victories in a single European Tour season but has been on superlative form in the 2017 campaign, winning the Omega Dubai Desert Classic in February before making his Major breakthrough at Augusta National two months later.


Julian Suri back on top in Denmark

Julian Suri took a familiar position at the top of the leaderboard after an excellent third round of 67 gave him a two-shot lead of the Made in Denmark Challenge – presented by Ejner Hessel.

The American has been the dominant player on the Road to Oman this year and leads the Rankings by 25,000 points and he showed his class with a bogey-free performance at a wet and windy Royal Oak Golf Club as four birdies on the back nine took him to 14 under par.


Park sets early pace in Arkansas, Reid and Lewis in contention

It didn’t take long for Sung Hyun Park to figure out Pinnacle Country Club. In her first competitive round at the club, the rookie went out in the morning wave and posted an 8-under 63 to take the opening-round lead at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship. Park sits two strokes ahead of So Yeon Ryu, Ally McDonald and Mel Reid. Stacy Lewis is part of a group including Juli Inkster, Moriya Jutanugarn, Felicity Johnson and Katherine Kirk at 5-under par.

Friday morning, Park went out in 31, which included a stretch of six consecutive birdies interrupted by her only bogey of the day, and added three more birdies on the back. But Park was scrambling, she hit just eight of 13 fairways, which forced her to make up for it on the greens and she did, making it around in just 24 putts.


Garcia and Stenson in the hunt in Munich

Sergio Garcia and Henrik Stenson both moved to within one shot of the lead at the halfway point in the BMW International Open as a two under par 70 for the Spanish Masters champion and a three under par 69 for the Open Champion elevated them to an eight under total.

Joakim Lagergren of Sweden and Frenchman Joёl Stalter both led the way on nine under after round two courtesy of a six under 66 and a four under 68 respectively, but the two young guns will no doubt be wary of two current Major champions right on their coat-tails.


It's Perry vs Ellis in the final of 122nd Amateur Championship

Dylan Perry will face Harry Ellis in the final of The 122nd Amateur Championship at Royal St George’s tomorrow.

Perry played steady golf and was never behind in the semi-final as he eliminated Argentina’s Alejandro Tosti 3&2 to become the first Australian to reach the final since Bryden Macpherson, who went on to lift the trophy at Hillside in 2011.


Steven Brown noses ahead in Denmark

Steven Brown refused to be blown off course as he took a two-shot halfway lead at the Made in Denmark Challenge – presented by Ejner Hessel after a second round of 65 took him to 13 under par.

The draw had looked to be kinder to the morning starters as strong winds picked up in the afternoon at Royal Oak Golf Club but, out after lunch, the Englishman did not drop a shot, birdieing his final two holes for the outright lead.


Florentyna Parker Heads Field for inaugural Ladies European Thailand Championship

Florentyna Parker will be aiming for back-to-back victories on the Ladies European Tour when she plays in the inaugural Ladies European Thailand Championship in a fortnight.

The 28-year-old Englishwoman, who recently claimed her third title at the Estrella Damm Mediterranean Ladies Open in Spain, will have plenty of goals when she tees up in the new event at Phoenix Gold Golf and Country Club near Pattaya, from July 6-9.


Santiago Luna lands third Senior Tour title

Santiago Luna carded a final round 71 to win the inaugural European Tour Properties Senior Classic by one stroke, securing his third European Senior Tour title at Linna Golf Course.

The Spaniard, who held the overnight lead by one shot, moved to 13 under par after 11 holes, and maintained his lead on the back nine despite three bogeys on the last six holes.


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