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South African Bekker leads Alfred Dunhill Championship

Oliver Bekker put together a run of four straight birdies to take a one-shot lead after the opening round of the Alfred Dunhill Championship.

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Web.com Tour moving to FedExCup-style points system in 2019

The PGA Tour policy board approved a provision that will transform how success is measured on the Web.com Tour.

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Newsmaker of the Year: No. 3, Brooks Koepka

Despite taking home half of the major hardware in 2018, Brooks Koepka only lands at No. 3.

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Golfer survives bad math, wins PGA Tournament Series event in playoff

PGA pro Matt Borchert thought he lost a PGA Tournament Series event Tuesday by a shot. He was wrong.

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Kisner's fiery Reed take: College teammates 'all hate him'

Kevin Kisner was credited with a fiery quote about Patrick Reed in a recent Golf Digest article.

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Women's All Pro Tour to award Symetra exemptions

The WAPT will host five tournament series in 2019, with each series featuring two 72-hole tournaments. The top two finishers in each series will receive an exemption into a Symetra Tour event.

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Rosaforte Report: Koepka caps monster year with Floridian Cup victory

Brooks Koepka brought down the curtain on his monster season with a victory in the Floridian Cup.

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Awards season: Handing out the 2018 Rexys

Rex Hoggard hands out the award for biggest enigma and the One Direction Cup, won by a two-time Rexy winner this year.

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Once hardened by close calls, Sullivan embraces Q-School nightmare

Patrick Sullivan's Q-School nightmare included putting his ball into the water. But he's ready to keep fighting.

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Podcast: Chamblee's got opinions, and lots of them, on 2018

With the year nearing an end, everyone has thoughts on how 2018 played out ... including Brandel Chamblee.

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Papadatos looking for third time lucky

Dimitrios Papadatos began his last chance of 2018 to secure a European Tour card with an impressive 67 at the Alfred Dunhill Championship.

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Bekker edges into Leopard Creek lead

Oliver Bekker fired an opening 66 to delight the home fans and take a one-shot lead after day one of the Alfred Dunhill Championship.

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Papadatos sets the target at Leopard Creek

Dimitrios Papadatos fired an excellent 67 at the new-look Leopard Creek Country Club to set the clubhouse target on day one of the Alfred Dunhill Championship.

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Discovery strikes agreement with European Tour to expand GOLFTV portfolio

Discovery and the European Tour have announced a new partnership that will see GOLFTV continue to expand its portfolio and move towards becoming the established ‘digital home of golf’ for fans around the world.

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Papadatos takes early lead in South Africa

Dimitrios Papadatos opened up a one-shot lead over defending champion Brandon Stone as round one of the Alfred Dunhill Championship got under way at Leopard Creek Country Club.

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The most travelled golfer of 2018 - Matt Wallace

Matt Wallace has won three times in 2018 and has statistically played the most golf of the European Tour all year. We sit down for rapid-fire Q&A about his travels...

 

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Fantasy three to watch at Leopard Creek

Our stats guru's picks for the week at Leopard Creek Country Club.

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Player Blog: David Law

From the lows of losing a child and considering packing up your clubs, to the highs of having a healthy baby and earning a European Tour card, it’s been a testing 18 months for Scotland’s David Law.

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Langasque looking to maintain momentum

Romain Langasque is looking to continue his excellent start to the European Tour season at this week's Alfred Dunhill Championship at Leopard Creek Country Club.

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Fourteen-year-old Kuang clinches place in 2019 Volvo China Open

Fourteen-year-old Kuang Yang clinched his place in the 2019 Volvo China Open by winning the Volvo China Junior Match Play Championship at Southern Wood Golf & Country Club in Fujian.

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Stone ready to roll at Leopard Creek

Brandon Stone cannot wait to get his unconventional defence of the Alfred Dunhill Championship under way this week at the new-look Leopard Creek Country Club.

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Oosthuizen relishing new Leopard Creek test

Louis Oosthuizen is ready for a new challenge this week when he goes for a second consecutive European Tour win at the Alfred Dunhill Championship.

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Wallace happy with his game ahead of final event of 2018

Matt Wallace believes his game is in a good place as he prepares to bring his stellar calendar year to a close at this week's Alfred Dunhill Championship.

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Molinari receives European Tour Honorary Life Membership

Francesco Molinari has been awarded Honorary Life Membership of the European Tour in recognition of his historic Open Championship victory in July.

 

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On the tee: Alfred Dunhill Championship

Defending Champion Brandon Stone will tee it up with Robert Karlsson and Bryce Easton at Leopard Creek CC.

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Schwartzel thrilled to be back at Leopard Creek

Home hope Charl Schwartzel is delighted to be back at his favourite golf course on the planet for this week's Alfred Dunhill Championship.

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Vote for Francesco Molinari for World Sport Star of the Year

The Race to Dubai and Open champion is one of four sports stars up for the BBC award. Find out how you can vote.

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Oosthuizen moves to third with SA Open win

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Five things to know: Alfred Dunhill Championship

Ahead of the European Tour’s return to the stunning Leopard Creek Country Club we bring you five key facts to look out for at the Alfred Dunhill Championship this week.

 

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Francesco Molinari: challenger, rival, friend

What a year it has been for Francesco Molinari. History maker, record breaker, Champion Golfer of the Year – a phenomenal season in so many ways.

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Francesco Molinari: The Renaissance

“La semplicità è l’ultima sofisticazione (Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication)”

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Francesco Molinari named 2018 Hilton European Tour Golfer of the Year

Francesco Molinari, the reigning Open and Race to Dubai Champion, has been named as the 2018 Hilton European Tour Golfer of the Year, winning the prestigious annual award for the first time.

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Winning Formula: Louis Oosthuizen

An interactive look back at Oosthuizen's South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg win.

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Trio seal Open places in South Africa

Charl Schwartzel, Romain Langasque and Oliver Wilson will be teeing it up at Royal Portrush Golf Club in the summer after earning spots at The Open Championship.

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King Louis reigns in Johannesburg

Louis Oosthuizen overcame a shaky start to produce a brilliant display of front-running and cruise to an emotional victory at the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg.

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Oosthuizen surges clear in South Africa

Louis Oosthuizen extended his lead to five shots to put himself firmly on course for a first victory at the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg.

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Grace trims Oosthuizen's lead in Johannesburg

Louis Oosthuizen saw his lead cut to just one shot as Branden Grace made a fast start in the final round of the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg.

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Wallace staying relaxed in South Africa

Matt Wallace will not be applying any extra pressure on himself when he goes in search of a fourth title of 2018 on Sunday at the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg.

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Family affair for Els in Johannesburg

Ernie Els enjoyed yet another special day at the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg when he teed it up alongside his nephew at Randpark Golf Club.

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Double disaster for Muthiya

Madalitso Muthiya may have entered the history books at the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg - although not in the manner he would have wanted.

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Oosthuizen takes control in Johannesburg

Louis Oosthuizen produced a gutsy 67 to take a three-shot lead into the final round of the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg.

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Oosthuizen edges ahead in South Africa

Louis Oosthuizen picked up two shots in his first ten holes to open up a one-shot lead on day three of the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg.

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Muthiya hits the front in Johannesburg

Madalitso Muthiya made an early birdie to take a one-shot lead in the third round of the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg.

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Muthiya fights back to stay in the hunt

Madalitso Muthiya was delighted with his fighting spirit as he battled back from a double-bogey to post a 68 and sit just a shot off the lead heading into the weekend at the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg.

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Schwartzel sparkles in South Africa

Charl Schwartzel was delighted to be getting the scoring his play deserved after a second-round 63 handed him a one-shot lead heading into the weekend at the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg.

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Schwartzel shines in Johannesburg

Charl Schwartzel fired a stunning 63 to set the clubhouse target on day two as he seeks an elusive first win at the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg.

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Muthiya and Kitayama join Johannesburg lead

Madalitso Muthiya and Kurt Kitayama both moved to the top of the leaderboard as day two of the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg got under way at Randpark Golf Club.

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World Number Five Bryson DeChambeau confirmed for 2019 Omega Dubai Desert Classic

World Number Five Bryson DeChambeau has confirmed his participation in the 2019 Omega Dubai Desert Classic at Emirates Golf Club from January 24-7.

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Kitayama maintains momentum in Johannesburg

Kurt Kitayama continued his remarkable start to life on the European Tour with a 63 that left him just one shot off the lead after day one of the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg.

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Oosthuizen leads the way on home soil

Louis Oosthuizen fired a brilliant 62 over the Bushwillow Course to take the first-round lead at the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg.

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Oosthuizen the man to catch in South Africa

Louis Oosthuizen came home in 30 to set the clubhouse target as he looks for his first win at the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg.

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Els shares early lead on home soil

Ernie Els produced a stunning birdie blitz around the turn to share the early lead on day one of the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg.

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Evans makes fast start in Johannesburg

Ben Evans turned in 31 to open up a one-shot lead early on day one of the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg.

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All change for Paisley in Johannesburg

Chris Paisley may be playing a different course with a different caddie but he sees no reason why he cannot successfully defend his title at this week's South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg.

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Major duo gunning for home glory

Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel have been two of South Africa's biggest stars over the last decade, winning Major Championships and multiple European Tour titles.

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On the tee: South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg

A look at the groups for days one and two of the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg.

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Wallace itching to get started in Johannesburg

Matt Wallace is not planning on stopping his meteoric rise as he plays for the first time since making the top 50 of the Official World Golf Ranking at the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg.

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Get to know: Kurt Kitayama

American Kurt Kitayama put himself in the limelight after claiming his maiden European Tour title on just his third start with a two-stroke victory at the tri-sanctioned Afrasia Bank Mauritius Open at Anahita.

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Westwood voted Hilton Golfer of the Month for November

Englishman won with 45 per cent of the public vote after first win in four years at the Nedbank Golf Challenge.

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Westwood voted Hilton Golfer of the Month for November

Englishman won with 45 per cent of the public vote.

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