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Flying Fleetwood claims Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship

Tommy Fleetwood held off US Open Champion Dustin Johnson and 2014 winner Pablo Larrazábal to win his second European Tour title at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.

The Englishman’s birdie on the par five closing hole proved decisive, sealing a final round of 67 and a winning total of 17 under par. That was beyond the reach of Spaniard Larrazábal, who birdied the last for a round of 68 to finish one shot short, and American Johnson who eagled the 18th to also sign for a 68 and a 16 under par total.


Thailand’s Prayad Marksaeng wins season opening Singapore Open

Thailand’s Prayad Marksaeng received his early birthday present when he eclipsed his younger rivals with a final round four-under-par 67 to lift his 10th Asian Tour title at the SMBC Singapore Open on Sunday.

The Thai turns 51 in eight days and with the iconic Singapore showpiece celebrating its 51st edition this year, it was perhaps appropriate its next winner would also be born in the year the event was inaugurated. 


Hatton holds narrow Abu Dhabi advantage

Tyrrell Hatton will take a one shot lead into the final round of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, but he will have two Major Champions in close pursuit as he bids for a second European Tour victory.

The Englishman moved to 13 under par at Abu Dhabi Golf Club courtesy of a third round 68, edging one shot clear of a group of five players which includes US Open Champion Dustin Johnson and two-time Major winner Martin Kaymer.


Dive joins new pool of champions on Asian Development Tour

Martin Dive of Australia claimed a convincing two-shot triumph after closing with a one-under-par 71 at the PGM CCM Seriemas Championship on Saturday.

The 31-year-old won his first Asian Development Tour (ADT) title on a 13-under-par 275 total to defeat Oskar Arvidsson (66) of Sweden and Brett Munson (72) of the United States at the RM220,000 (approximately US$49,000) event. 


Han upstages stars to take clubhouse lead at Singapore Open

Unheralded Seungsu Han of the United States upstaged the tournament marquee names by carding a second round four-under-par 67 to grab the second round clubhouse lead at the SMBC Singapore Open on Friday.

Han, who is chasing his first professional win at the US$1 million Singapore showpiece, surprised even himself when he compiled a two-day total of nine-under-par 133 to give himself a two-shot advantage over Australia’s Adam Scott and Malaysia’s Gavin Green, who was at seven-under through 15 holes before play was suspended due to fading light at 7.21pm.


Martin Kaymer rekindles Abu Dhabi love affair

Martin Kaymer rekindled his remarkable love affair with Abu Dhabi Golf Club, firing a second consecutive round of 66 to take a one-shot lead into the weekend at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.

The German has lifted the Falcon Trophy three times, with two further top-three finishes in his ten visits, and he took a familiar position at the top of the leaderboard on 12 under par in his quest for a fourth title in Abu Dhabi, and a first European Tour win since the 2014 US Open.


Neha Tripathi wins opening leg of Women's Professional Tour at Ahmedabad

Kolkata golfer Neha Tripathi carded a one over 73 in the final round to win the first leg of the Rs 6,00,000 Hero Women's Professional Tour at the Kalhaar Blues and Greens in Ahmedabad on Friday by 3 strokes. Panchkula's Amandeep Drall with a score of 225 settled for the second spot after the final round of the tournament.

Neha had an indifferent start, carding bogeys on the first, second and fourth holes before quickly regaining her composure. She carded birdies on the fifth and ninth with an eagle on the eighth in her front nine. In her back nine, she carded birdies on the 14th and 15th while dropping shots on the 10th,13th, 16th and 17th to finish with a total score of 222 after 54 holes.


Stenson off to a flier at Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship

Henrik Stenson got the defence of his Race to Dubai title off to a brilliant start with an opening 64 at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.

The Swede enjoyed a stellar 2016, being crowned Europe's number one for the second time and claiming his first Major Championship at The Open.


Neha leads Amandeep by 2 strokes on Day 2 in Ahmedabad

Neha Tripathi followed up her opening day 71 with a six over round of 78 to maintain her lead in the second round of the first leg of the Hero Women's Professional Golf Tour in Ahmedabad on Thursday. Trailing her in second position is Amandeep Drall, with a total score of 151 after 36 holes.

Kolkata's Neha would have hoped for a better performance as she carded a birdie less front nine, while dropping a shot on the sixth hole. The back nine was a similar script, with no birdies and bogeys on the 10th,13th,17th with a double on the 18th.


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