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Willett and Westwood join star-studded BMW PGA Championship field

Masters Champion Danny Willett and Ryder Cup legend Lee Westwood are the latest stars to join the impressive field for the BMW PGA Championship - the first event in the European Tour’s new Rolex Series - at Wentworth Club from May 25-28.

Willett memorably claimed the Green Jacket last year, with Westwood sharing second place, and the pair will return to Augusta National for the season’s first Major Championship next week, before getting their first look at the revamped West Course at Wentworth Club the following month.

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Stenson ready for triumphant return to Scotland

The Open Champion Henrik Stenson will make his first appearance on Scottish soil since securing the greatest victory of his career, when he tees it up at the 2017 Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open at Dundonald Links from July 13 - 16.

Stenson has a special affinity for Scotland, the Home of Golf, after breaking a plethora of long-standing records to win his first Major Championship title at Royal Troon last summer.

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Stenson ready for triumphant return to Scotland

The Open Champion Henrik Stenson will make his first appearance on Scottish soil since securing the greatest victory of his career, when he tees it up at the 2017 Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open at Dundonald Links from July 13 - 16.

Stenson has a special affinity for Scotland, the Home of Golf, after breaking a plethora of long-standing records to win his first Major Championship title at Royal Troon last summer.

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Dustin Johnson defeats Rahm in WGC - Dell Match Play final

Dustin Johnson held off a brilliant fightback from Jon Rahm to claim a one up victory in the final of the WGC - Dell Technologies Match Play, making him the first player in history to have won all four World Golf Championships and just the second player win back-to-back WGC events.

The World Number One won the WGC - Mexico Championship earlier in the month and was in stunning form all week to emulate Tiger Woods and make it consecutive World Golf Championship wins.

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Ecuador's Daniela Darquea wins IOA Championship

Daniela Darquea (Quito, Ecuador) holed out for eagle on the 13th and drained birdie on 18 to win the IOA Championship by three shots with a final-round 5-under, 67 on Sunday. She finished with a three-day total of 12-under, 204, the lowest winning score in the three years at Morongo Golf Club at Tukwet Canyon.

Darquea’s victory is historic as she becomes the first player in the history of the Symetra Tour or the LPGA from Ecuador to win.

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Mirim Lee Captures 2017 Kia Classic for her Third LPGA Victory

Two years after finishing runner-up at the Kia Classic, this time Mirim Lee is going home a winner.

Lee took a one-stroke lead into the final round, sleeping on the 54-hole lead at the Kia Classic for the second time in her career. Sunday, Lee put her foot on the accelerator and didn’t look back - she made birdie on the first and then every other hole on her outward nine to extend her lead.

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Tears and cheers as Rai wins in Kenya

Aaron Rai sealed an impressive and emotional victory at the Barclays Kenya Open, with his Kenya-born mother tearfully embracing her champion son on the 18th green at Muthaiga Golf Club in front of rapturous crowds.

The Englishman was adopted by the Nairobi faithful as one of their own this week and responded with some scintillating golf on the final day, making seven birdies in a round of 65 as his 17 under par total was three shots better than nearest rival Adrien Saddier.

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Mirim Lee holds 54-Hole Lead at Kia Classic

Mirim Lee must be feeling a sense of déjá vu.

Saturday, Mirim Lee carded a five-under-par 67 to take the outright lead at the Kia Classic at 13-under par. Two years ago, Lee also held the 54-hole lead in Carlsbad with Cristie Kerr in an identical position, three strokes back and chasing Lee heading into Sunday. The last time Lee held the third-round lead was in Carlsbad in 2015, but is hoping the outcome will be different this time around. 

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Jon rams his way into WGC - Dell Match Play semi-finals

Jon Rahm continued his ascent to the very top of golf’s world order by moving into the semi-finals of the WGC – Dell Technologies Match Play after crushing the hopes of Charles Howell III and Søren Kjeldsen in the last 16 and quarter-finals on Saturday.

The 22 year old Spaniard, currently 25 in the Official World Golf Ranking, took out Howell 6&4 in his morning match, before crushing Kjeldsen 7&5 to set up a semi-final match with Bill Haas on Sunday morning at Austin Country Club.

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