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DP World Tour

Apr 5th, 2023 Article

Ryder Cup blow for LIV Golfers

Lee Westwood, Ian Poulter, and Sergio Garcia are facing the end of their Ryder Cup careers after losing their arbitration case against the DP World Tour. The ruling states that the tour was within its rights to issue suspensions and fines to those who played in competitions on the Saudi-backed breakaway LIV Golf series, which included Westwood, Poulter, and Garcia.

Mar 27th, 2023 Article

Bachem wins 2023 Jonsson Workwear Open

Nick Bachem won the 2023 Jonsson Workwear Open by four strokes after a final round of 64 in Johannesburg. The German headed a crowded leaderboard for much of the final day before pulling clear as his rivals faltered on the back nine.

Mar 20th, 2023 Article

Baldwin claims maiden DP World Tour win

Matthew Baldwin stormed to a seven-shot victory at the SDC Championship 2023, producing a final-day masterclass to secure a first DP World Tour title in his 200th event.

Feb 27th, 2023 Article

Marcel Siem wins 2023 Hero Indian Open

Marcel Siem made a memorable return to the DP World Tour winner's circle after more than eight years away as he fought off the challenge of fellow German Yannik Paul to claim a one-shot victory at the 2023 Hero Indian Open.

Oct 10th, 2022 Article

Jon Rahm makes history at the Spanish Open

Add Jon Rahm’s name to the records of Spanish golf history after he claimed his third national open title by winning the Acciona Open de España presented by Madrid. The world number six equals the late Seve Ballesteros’ haul of three victories in his home Open.

Oct 9th, 2022 Article

Rahm out front at the Open de Espana

Spanish golf fans turned up at Club de Campo Villa de Madrid, hoping home hero Jon Rahm would storm to the top of the leaderboard in round three of the Acciona Open de España presented by Madrid. They got their wish.

Oct 1st, 2022 Article

Mansell grabs halfway lead at Alfred Dunhill Links

England’s Richard Mansell produced a fighting 68 in challenging conditions at St Andrews today to take the lead on 10-under-par at the halfway mark in the 21st Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. He goes into tomorrow’s third round leading by two shots from Sweden’s Alex Noren and is a further shot ahead of Denmark’s Niklas Norgaard Moller and Frenchman Antoine Rozner.

Sep 8th, 2022 Article

Willett ready to defend his Alfred Dunhill Links title

Danny Willett, the defending champion, will be back at St Andrews next month trying to join an exclusive club of golfers who have won the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship twice. Tyrrell Hatton, in 2016 and 2017, and Padraig Harrington, in 2002 and 2006, have had their names inscribed on the trophy on two occasions. Now 2016 Masters champion Willett will be hoping to match them.

Jul 11th, 2022 Article

Schauffele wins Genesis Scottish Open

Xander Schauffele is the 2022 Genesis Scottish Open Champion after shooting a level-par 70 on a thrilling final day at The Renaissance Club. The American looked set for a victory march in North Berwick after stretching his two-shot overnight lead early on, but he was forced to dig in to post a seven-under total and clinch his first Rolex Series title.

Jul 10th, 2022 Article

Schauffele leads the way in Scotland

Xander Schauffele will take a two-shot lead into the final round of the 2022 Genesis Scottish Open after carding a brilliant 66 on day three at The Renaissance Club. The American started the day four shots off the lead but three birdies put him in a share of the lead and when he picked up another three gains in four holes from the 13th, he led by four.

Jul 9th, 2022 Article

Tringale holds onto Scottish Open lead

Cameron Tringale is the halfway leader at the 2022 Genesis Scottish Open after battling his way to a second-round 72 to head into the weekend on seven under par.