2016 - WEEK 44  Oct 24 - Oct 30

               WEEK 44 WORLDWIDE SCHEDULE 

                         PROFESSIONAL GOLF 2016
                           THE COMPLETE MEDIA, FAN & FANTASY GUIDE

                             WORLDWIDE LEADERBOARDS  

          PGA TOUR       EUROPEAN TOUR       JAPAN TOUR       SUNSHINE TOUR      


                      LPGA TOUR       LADIES EUROPEAN TOUR       JLPGA TOUR

Week 33 Results

PGA Tour - PGA Championship  -  Jason Day  (268)
LPGA Tour - Cambia Portland Classic  -  Brooke Henderson  (267)
JLPGA Tour - NEC Karuizawa 72  -  Teresa Lu  (202)
Web.com Tour - Price Cutter Charity Championship  -  Dawie van der Walt  (265)
E Challenge Tour - GANT Open  -  Dominic Foos  (270)
Symetra Tour - W.B. Mason Championship  -  Vicky Hurst  (200)

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Week 32 Results

PGA Tour - WGC-Bridgestone Invitational  -  Shane Lowry  (269)
PGA Tour - Barracuda Championship  -  J..J. Henry  (+47)
Sunshine Tour - Sun City Challenge  -  Keith Horne  (203
LET - Tipsport Golf Masters  -  Hannah Burke  (200
JLPGA Tour -Meiji Cup  -  Yukari Nishiyama  (208)
Champions Tour - Shaw Charity Classic  -  Jeff Maggert  (194)
Web.com Tour - Digital Ally Open  -  Martin Piller  (268)
E Challenge Tour - Northern Ireland Challenge  -  Clement Sordet  (201)

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Week 31 Results

PGA Tour - Quicken Loans National  -  Troy Merritt  (266)
European Tour -  Paul Lawrie Match Play  -  Kiradech Aphibarnrat  (1up)
European Tour - Madeira Islands Open  -  Roope Kakko  (264)
LPGA Tour - RICOH Women's British Open  -  Inbee Park  (276)
LET - See LPGA Tour (Above)
JLPGA Tour - Daito Trust Ladies  -  Erina Hara  (207)
Champions Tour - 3M Championship  -  Kenny Perry  (198)
Web.com Tour - Utah Championship  -  Patton Kizzire  (269)
PGA Tour Canada - ATB Financial Classic  -  Daniel Miernicki  (263)
Symetra Tour - PHC Classic  -  Annie Park  (211)

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Week 30 Results

PGA Tour - RBC Canadian Open  -  Jason Day  (271)
European Tour - Omega European Masters  -  Danny Willett  (263)
Japan Tour - Fukushima Open  -  Prayad Marksaeng  (264)
Asian Tour - See European Tour (Above)
LPGA Tour - Meijer LPGA Classic  -  Lexi TYompson  (266)
LET - Ladies Scottish Open  -  Rebecca Artis  (210)
JLPGA Tour - Century 21 Ladies  -  Sun-Ju Ahn  (201)
Champions Tour - Senior Open Championship  -  Marco Dawson  (264)
Euro Senior Tour - See Champions Tour (Above)
E Challenge Tour - Le Vaudreuil Challenge  -  Ryan Fox  (270)
Symetra Tour - Fuccillo Kia Championship  -  Breanna Elliott  (200)

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Week 29 Results

PGA Tour  - The Open Championship  -  Zach Johnson  (271)
PGA Tour  - Barbasol Championship  -  Scott Piercy  (265)
LPGA Tour  - Marathon Classic  -  Chella Choi  (270)
JLPGA Tour  - Samantha Tabitha Girls  -  Yoko Maeda  (208)
Web.com Tour  - Stonebrae Classic  - Si Woo Kim  (268)
E Challenge Tour  - Fred Olsen Challenge de Espana  -  Rhys Davies  (262)
PGA Tour Canada  - Staal Foundation Open  -   J.J. Spaun  (270)
Symetra Tour  - Toyota Danielle Downey Classic  -  Annie Park  (272)

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Week 28 Results

PGA Tour - John Deere Classic  -  Jordan Spieth  (264)
European Tour - Scottish Open  -  Rickie Fowler  (268)
Japan Tour - Musee Platinum Open  -  Kyung-Tae Kim  (264)
LPGA Tour - U.S. Women's Open  -  In Gee Chun  (272)
Champions Tour - Encompass Championship  -  Jerry Smith  (200)
Euro Senior Tour - WinstonGolf Senior Open -  Pedro Linhart  (200)
Web.com Tour - Albertson's Boise Open  -  Martin Piller  (256)
E Challenge Tour - D+D Real Slovakia Challenge  -  Borja Virto Astudillo  (271)
PGA Tour Canada - Player's Cup -  Cheng-Tsung Pan  (269)

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Week 27 Results

PGA Tour - Greenbrier Classic  -  Danny Lee  (267)
European Tour - Alstom Open de France - Bernd Wiesberger  (271)
Japan Tour - Sega Sammy Cup  -  Hiroshi Iwata  (272)
LET - ISPS Handa Ladies European Masters -  Beth Allen  (276)
Euro Senior Tour - Swiss Senior Open  -  Gordon Manson  (196)
Web.com Tour - Nova Scotia Open  -  Abraham Ancer  (271)
E Challenge Tour - Aegean Airlines Challenge  - Ricardo Gouveia  (269)
PGA Tour Canada - SIGA Dakota Dunes Open - Michael Letzig  (272)
Symetra Tour - Tullymore Classic  -  Daniela Iacobelli  (200)

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Week 26 Results

PGA Tour - Travelers Championship  -   Bubba Watson  (264)
European Tour - BMW International Open  -  Pablo Larrazabal  (271)
Japan Tour - ISPS Handa Global Cup  -  Toshinori Muto  (270)
LPGA Tour - Walmart NW Arkansas Championship  -  Na Yeon Choi  (198)
JLPGA Tour - Earth Mondamin Cup  -  Bo-Mee Lee  (274)
Champions Tour - U.S. Senior Open  -  Jeff Maggert  (270)
Euro Senior Tour - See Champions Tour (Above)
Web.com Tour - Air Capital Classic  -  Rob Oppenheim  (267)
E Challenge Tour - SSE Scottish Hydro Challenge  -  Jack Senior  (268)
PGA Tour Canada - Syncrude Boreal Open  -  Kevin Spooner  (272)
Symetra Tour - Island Resort Championship  -  Dani Holmqvist  (206)

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Week 25 Results

PGA Tour - U.S. Open  -  Jordan Spieth  (275)
Asian Tour - Queen's Cup  -  Prayad Marksaeng  (270)
LET - Deloitte Ladies Open  -  Cristel Boeljon  (209)
JLPGA Tour - Nichirei Ladies  -  Jiyai Shin  (205)
E Challenge Tour - Najeti Open  -  Sebastien Gros  (270)
Symetra Tour - Four Winds Invitational  -  Brooke Henderson  (206)

Posted on Sunday, June 21, 2015 at 11:33AM by Registered CommenterDaniel | Comments Off

Around The World

Playing against a somewhat light field in the week before a West Coast U.S. Open, 36-year-old Argentine veteran Fabian Gomez broke through for his maiden vicory on the PGA Tour, cruising home to a three-shot triumph at the FedEx St Jude Classic, in Memphis.  Gomez, who began the week ranked 288th in the world, opened with rounds of 66-68 to trail halfway leader Brooks Koepka by three before carding six birdies en route to a Saturday 67 which left him tied atop the board with England’s Greg Owen.  A similarly long shot, Owen had begun the week ranked 342nd, but opened with a bogey-free 64, then backed it up with rounds of 70-67 to find himself in Sunday’s final pairing.  But the 43-year-old Owen could do no better than a 70 on Sunday, and with few of the pair’s nearest pursuers mounting charges of their own, Gomez was left to move methodically away from the field as he turned in 34, then added birdies at the 11th, 16th and 18th to card a closing 66 and a relatively easy victory.  Owen held on for second while notable among those tying for third was Phil Mickelson, who recorded eight birdies during a Sunday 65 in his final tune-up prio to Chambers Bay............Twenty-seven-year-old Englishman Chris Wood began the final round of the Lyoness Open five shots behind a hot Gregory Bourdy but by day’s end, he found himself standing in the European Tour’s winner’s circle for the second time.  Of course, one generally needs a bit of help to overcome that sort of Sunday margin and in this regard, the 32-year-old Bourdy was most obliging.  Of course, he’d begun the week in the strongest of form, opening with rounds of 65-67-69 to stand two ahead of Rafael Cabrera-Bello and five up on Wood, and he even began the final round by birdieing the 506-yard opener.  But a double-bogey immediately followed at the 202-yard 2nd and it was all downhill from there, with five more bogeys piled onto to the card for a closing 78, and a tie for sixth.  This might well have cleared the stage for Cabrera-Bello, who initially played steady golf before stumbling with three straight bogeys through the turn; he eventually posted a 72 and took solo second.  All of which provided the 6’5” Wood with an opportunity, and he duly pounced on it, birdieing three of his first six holes to turn in 33, then carding clutch birdies at the 15th and 16th to pull away to a two-shot victory............In the first of two Japan Tour events played on mainland Asia, South Korean Kyung-Tae Kim recorded his first victory since 2012 by capturing the Thailand Open in Chonburi, 35 miles outside of Bangkok.  Kim began the week with a less-than-inspiring 71 (which left him six shots behind countryman Hyung-Sung Kim’s lead) but rebounded strongly on Friday with a 64, good enough to tie homestanding Hazz Jannewattanond for the halfway lead.  Australian Josh Younger then carded a 64 of his own on Saturday to move one ahead of Kim (who shot 67) through 54 holes, but when Younger slipped to a 73 on Sunday, the event boiled down to a two-horse race between Kim and another South Korean, Jeung-Hun Wang.  Wang launched himself into contention by turning in 30 before eventually birdieing the par 3 16th to catch Kim on 19 under par.  Kim then responded with clutch birdie at the par-4 17th, then added another at the 433-yard closer – which, combined with Wang’s closing bogey, made the margin of victory two.

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