Tokyo Olympics, Xander Leads.

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Xander Schauffele leads the Tokyo Olympics Men’s Golf tournament at Kasumigaseki Country Club in Japan.

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Xander carded a third round -3 under par 68 to lead the Tokyo Olympic men’s championship by one shot at -14 under par.

Local favorite Hideki Matsuyama from Japan holds second place at -13 under after his third round score of -4 under par 67.

Sharing third spot at -12 under par are, Paul Casey, England, -5 under par 66 today, and Carlos Ortiz of Mexico, who had a -2 under par 69, which included a bogey five on the last hole.

Sebastian Munoz, Columbia, -5 under 66, Rory McIlroy, playing for Ireland, -4 under 67, Mito Pereira, Chile, -3 under 68, and Sepp Straka of Austria with -3 under 68 are all tied in fifth position.

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AT&T Pebble Beach. Daniel Berger Wins.

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Daniel Berger wins the AT&T Pebble Beach by two shots at Pebble Beach Golf Links in California. The win gives Daniel 500 FedEx Cup points.

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Daniel carded the low round of the day for his final round, -7 under par 65, with an Eagle at the par five last hole, to lift the AT&T Pebble Beach trophy with a winning total of -18 under par, it was his second Eagle of the day;

“That was the best putt I’ve hit in my life.”

“I’ve worked so hard in the last six to seven months to get to where I’m at.”

“It’s just nice to see the results come.”

Maverick McNealy finished in second place at -16 under par, signing for a last round -6 under par 66;

“I had the adrenaline pumping coming down the stretch there and feelings that I hadn’t really felt on the golf course in a little while, trying to close this out and give myself a chance.”

Tied in third spot at -15 under were Patrick Cantlay, -4 under 68 today, and leader at the start of play today Jordan Spieth who could only manage to card -2 under 70.

In fourth place was Paul Casey, of England, with a last round -4 under 68, for a -14 under par total. Paul was a winner last month on the European Tour, at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic.

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Omega Dubai Desert Classic. Paul Casey Wins.

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Paul Casey of England wins the Omega Dubai Desert Classic title for a third time, at Emirates Golf Club.

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Paul carded a finale round -2 under par 70, to claim his third Omega Dubai Desert Classic title with a tournament total of -17 under par, a four shot winning margin. It was also Paul’s 15th European Tour title win;

“15 wins is pretty cool, I wanted 15. The Porsche European Tour victory in 2019 is the last, and this is 15 and this is an iconic event, so I’m so happy.”

“I’m so over the moon. Not just 15, the fact it’s Dubai. It’s an iconic event on the European Tour. One of the coolest trophies around.”

“I’m all emotional with wins, but with this one; this one is such a prestigious event, the history which is behind you, and I can see it from here with amazing winners, is basically a Who’s Who in world golf. Dubai have given so much to golf, European Tour golf in general and across the globe.”

Brandon Stone, South Africa, was in second place at -13 under par, with a last round of even par 72, starting the at with three bogey’s, a tough start;

“It felt horrible, felt like I was doing a couple of rounds with Mike Tyson.” 

“Felt like I couldn’t get the ball on the green, to be fair. Felt like I was putting from a distance and every time I was putting I was putting for par.”

“The long walk from nine green to the tenth tee box kind of reset everything. I kind of just said, ‘all you have to do is hit one good shot and one good shot’. Got very fortunate on ten to get a good bounce and get on the green and two putt for birdie and the momentum kept on building.”

Robert Macintyre of Scotland finished in third spot, a final round +2 over par 74 not what he was really hoping for.

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Omega Dubai Desert Classic. Paul Casey Has 54 Hole Lead.

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Paul Casey of England has the 54 hole lead in the Omega Dubai Desert Classic at Emirates Golf Club in UAE.

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Paul had an Eagle at the last hole to card a bogey free -8 under par 64 to lead the Omega Dubai Desert Classic by one shot at -15 under par, after 54 holes. Paul is seeking his third victory at this event;

It’s iconic, I can see the very impressive list of winners, those photos of them behind the 18th green. It’s cool, iconic trophy, iconic event. Dubai has given so much to golf, especially the European Tour, so to win would be very, very cool but there’s a long way to go yet.”

“We always say, if you stay the same level you’re going to go backwards in this game and every year it gets better and better and better, every year the young guys come up longer and stronger and they putt it better.”

“There’s no question that I’m lucky that my physical attributes have allowed me to maybe give me another five years.”

Robert Macintyre, Scotland is in second place, at -14 under following his third round -5 under par 67;

“I‘m not going to hang about, I’m going to put it all on the line whether it’s good or bad.”

“But tomorrow, hopefully it’s going to be good and I’ve just got to enjoy it again. It’s another experience that I want to get. It’s something that not many people get the chance at my age to do and I’ll give it everything I’ve got.”

“I was patient and committed to every shot. That’s something I struggled with last year but this year, it’s been drilled into me by many people – accept what comes. Just control what you can control and it’s working well.”

In third spot is Brandon Stone of South Africa, with a third round -6 under par 66, giving him a -13 under par total.

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Omega Dubai Desert Classic. Richard Sterne Leads 1st Round.

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Richard, from South Africa leads the Omega Dubai Desert Classic after the first round at the Emirates Golf Club in Dubai, UAE.

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Richard shot a first round -8 under par 64, in the afternoon starting group, who usually get caught by the winds, to lead the Omega Desert Classic by one shot;

Yeah, pretty happy, when I was in trouble, I got out of it and made some good par putts and kept the round going and I hit a lot golf shots as well.”

“Made quite a few birdies, so today, I was pretty happy with the performance.”

“I hope I can keep it going.”

Kurt Kitayama, USA, has second place with opening round of -7 under 65;

“I haven’t played this well in a while, so it’s nice to get a round like this.”

Two players are then tied in third spot at -6 under after rounds of 66, Justin Harding, South Africa, and Sergio Garcia from Spain, who was bogey free on the day.

At -5 under were Paul Casey, Adrian Otaegui, Thomas Detry. Robert Macintyre and Thomas Detry.

Paul, England, said it was a difficult course;

“Still a great day, this is a difficult golf course The last time I played here was seven years ago, it was difficult then and it’s grown some teeth in the last few years.”

“It’s difficult to read the greens and make putts around here. Very happy to make that start.”

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The Masters. 1st Round Suspended, Paul Casey Leads.

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The 1st round of The Masters was suspended due to a torrential rain storm that prevented play for three hours. Paul Casey, with a -7 under par 65 was leading at the close of play at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia.

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Paul had completed his first round, with an opening -7 under par 65, to top The Masters leaderboard by two shots at the suspension of play for the day due to darkness.

Sharing second place, those two shots back at -5 under par, with completed first rounds of 67, are Webb Simpson and Xander Schauffele.

There are a whole bunch of players at -4 under par, including defending champion Tiger Woods, with a completed round. Among those still to finish their rounds are Adam Scott, from Australia, and Justin Thomas, who still have half of the course to go to finish.

Play will resume early tomorrow morning , with a good weather forecast for the day.

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PGA Championship, Collin Morikawa is the 2020 Champion.

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Collin Morikawa is the 2020 PGA Championship winner, and joins an illustrious group of three men who have won it at the age of 23. The cold temperatures at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco, California made it a difficult proposition to play.Morikawa, 23, wins PGA Championship  Collin and the Wannamaker Trophy

Collin had a bogey free final round -6 under par 64, which included an Eagle two at the short par four, the 16th, which set up the two shot winning total of -13 under par;

“I was hoping for a really good bounce and got it, I hit a really good putt, and now we’re here.”

Tied in second place at -11 under were Dustin Johnson, -2 under 68 today and Paul Casey with a last round -4 under 66. Without the eagle Paul would have been in a play-off, but playing in front of Collin and standing on the 17th tee he could only watch and admire Collin’s tee shot;

“What a shot, nothing you can do but tip you cap to that. Collin had taken on that challenge and pulled it off. That’s what champions do.”

The other 23 year-old PGA Championship winners are,Jack Nicklaus,Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and now Collin Morikawa. Youngest ever winner of the PGA Championship was Gene Sarazen, who was 20 years-old when he won in 1922.

Youngest Major Championship winner of all was Young Tom Morris, aged only 17 when he captured the 1868 British Open.

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PGA Championship. DJ Leads.

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Dustin Johnson leads the PGA Championship after 54 holes at a cold and windy Harding Park Golf Club in San Francisco, California.

PGA Championship - Round Three                                                                    Dustin had one of the low rounds of the day -5 under 65 which gave him top spot on the PGA Championship leaderboard with a -9 under par total;

“I’ve been in the hunt a bunch of times in a major. I’ve got one major, so having that experience is definitely going to be beneficial tomorrow.”

“You know, but it’s one of those things. Still going to have to go out and play really good golf.”

“This is a tough golf course. Greens are getting really firm. They are fast. So, I think the wind is going to blow again tomorrow, so it’s going to play difficult.”

“I look forward to the challenge, and you know, I will definitely be relying on a lot of that experience that I have.”

“I have been out here awhile now. I’ve been in contention a lot, and I’ve got it done a lot of times. Tomorrow, it’s no different. I’m going to have to play good golf if I want to win.”

”  It’s simple, I’ve got to hit a lot of fairways and a lot of greens. If I can do that tomorrow, I’m going to have a good chance coming down the stretch on the back nine.”

Tied in second place at -8 under are Scottie Schefeller who also carded -5 under 65, and Cameron Champ with -3 under 67.

Collin Morekawa was the other player with -5 under 65 today, he shares fourth spot at -7 under with Paul Casey, -2 under 68, and Brooks Koepka with a third round -1 under 69.

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Porsche European Open. Paul Casey Claims The Win.

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Paul Casey of England wins the Porsche European Open at Green Eagle Golf Courses in Hamburg, Germany.

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Paul carded -6 under par 66 to win the Porsche European Open by one shot at -14 under par, good putting being the key;

“This is an incredibly prestigious tournament, I’m over the moon to be European Open champion.”

“It was nice to make the putts when it counted. And that really was the key.”

“The ball-striking was excellent. I gave myself an awful lot of chances.”

Tied in second place that one shot back were, rookie Robert Macintyre, Scotland, -4 under 68 today, Mathias Schwab, Austria, -6 under 66, and the home man Bernd Ritthammer from Germany with -4 under 68 for his last round.

Bernd enjoyed the experience of the home support for him;

“It was quite a ride, I hadn’t experienced something like that before.”

“Playing that well and being in contention on home soil is special.”

“Even from the first hole it was so full with people. The support was unbelievable, I just need some time to digest. I didn’t expect it.”

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Porsche European Open. Two Tied at the Top.

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Two players are tied at the top of the Porsche European Open leaderboard after 54 holes at  Green Eagle Golf Courses in Germany. Rookie Robert Macintyre, Scotland, and home favorite Bernd Ritthammer of Germany.

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Robert had to work hard to maintain his top spot at the start of play, carding two bogeys for a third round of +2 over 74 and a total of -9 under;

“Things didn’t go my way today, I fought well until the end.”

“It doesn’t matter where I am on the leaderboard, bottom or top, every point counts.”

“Today I just showed my fight and to birdie the last was huge to get a tie for the lead.”

“It’s just about the belief. I’m going to go out there tomorrow and play my best golf. If it’s enough, it’s enough. If it’s not, it’s not.”

“We are always going to learn and today was a huge learning experience.”

Bernd erased the lead of Robert with two birdies in his round of -2 under 70, to share top spot on the leaderboard at -9 under for the tournament;

“There are a lot of thoughts going through my head right now but it was definitely an experience for me.”

“We have fantastic crowds out there. I got a lot of support today, which is unbelievable. I’m not used to leading an event on the European Tour.”

“It was tough on the back nine but those last two or three holes were back to good golf and hopefully I can continue that tomorrow.”

Paul Casey of England has third spot on the leaderboard to himself, just one shot back at -8 under par, a good round of -3 under 69 keeps him in sight of the Title, and the advantage of experience on his side;

“Solid stuff, probably my best ball-striking day this week;  until 18 when I knocked it in the rough.”

 “I was cruising around, having a good time. The sun’s out with no wind, my kind of style of golf.”

“There’s very little pressure on me. I’m the guy to beat, I’m the highest in the World Rankings of the guys on the leaderboard, but still I’ll go out, do what I did today and have a lot of fun, enjoying the golf course.”

“I would love to win a Porsche European Open.”

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