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Shubhankar Sharma pleased with debut showing at The Open

Shubhankar Sharma of India rounded off a memorable week after closing with a two-over-par 73 to finish in tied-51st place at The 147th Open at Carnoustie on Sunday.

Sharma, who celebrated his 22nd birthday on Saturday, nailed two birdies in his opening five holes but dropped shots on the eighth, 11th, 13th and 15th holes to end his campaign 12 shots back of winner Francesco Molinari at the world's oldest Major championship.


Sergio Garcia named European Tour Golfer of the Year

Spain’s Sergio Garcia, the reigning Masters Champion, has been named the Hilton European Tour Golfer of the Year for 2017, receiving the prestigious annual award for the first time.

Garcia enjoyed a phenomenal 12 months on the global stage, winning three times on the European Tour, including an emotional first Major Championship at Augusta National in April. The 37 year old defeated his Ryder Cup team-mate Justin Rose in a play-off to become the third Spaniard to claim the famous Green Jacket, following in the footsteps of his compatriots Seve Ballesteros and José María Olazábal.


Justin Thomas wins US PGA Championship in thrilling finale

Justin Thomas claimed a maiden Major Championship as the American soared to a two-stroke victory at the US PGA Championship in a thrilling final day, during which Francesco Molinari and Patrick Reed both made charges towards the title before finishing tied for second alongside Louis Oosthuizen.

Thomas was certainly a crowd favourite at Quail Hollow Club and he undoubtedly provided the most memorable moments in a finale which was set alight when his birdie putt at the ninth hole sat on the cup for eight seconds before falling to rapturous roars from the galleries.


Li Hao-tong enjoys dream debut at The Open

China’s Li Hao-tong equalled the lowest final round in Major history and earned a spot at The Masters next year after finishing third at The Open on Sunday.

The Open debutant fired a brilliant seven-under-par 63 thanks to a flawless card highlighted by four closing birdies. He totalled six-under-par 274 to finish six shots behind eventual winner Jordan Spieth of the United States at Royal Birkdale.


Ramsay, Drysdale and Fox qualify for 146th Open at Royal Birkdale

Scottish duo Richie Ramsay and David Drysdale and New Zealand's Ryan Fox have qualified for The 146th Open at Royal Birkdale.  Three places were available in golf's most international major championship through The Open Qualifying Series which continued at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open this week.

Drysdale broke the course record by one stroke at Portstewart, carding a nine-under-par 63 to finish tied for fourth place on 17-under-par with Justin Rose, who is already exempt for The Open, Fox and American Daniel Im. 


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