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Spaniard Pablo Larrazabal won his fifth European Tour title by one shot at the Alfred Dunhill Championship having survived a final day scare.
Pablo had a three-shot lead heading into the final round at Leopard Creek. The 36-year-old world number 261 had six bogeys and a double bogey in his first 13 holes. He managed to hole out form three feet on the last for his fifth birdie, to card a (+3) 75.
He finished on an eight under total, which was one clear of Swede Joel Sjoholm, who finished with a 69 on Sunday.
The Spaniard had serious blistering on his feet on the final day with made swinging powerfully difficult. Dutchman Wil Besseling was seven under playing the last but an embedded ball put an end to his charge. The 33 year old who was chasing his 1st European tour win, bogeyed the final hole and had to settle for a share of 3rd alongside South Africans Charl Schwartzel, the former Masters champion and Branden Grace.
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PLAYA DEL CARMEN, Mexico – It’s far from settled at El Camaleón Golf Club.
Brendon Todd was heading towards his second win in as many starts at the Mayakoba Golf Classic until a two-shot swing on the 13th and 14th hole left him tied with playing partner Vaughn Taylor at 20-under-par before light issues halted play.
“Today was a great day,” Todd said. “You know, I went out there and hit it well, shot 9-under-par with two bogeys. It doesn’t taste so great that the last one came on the last hole (the par-4 14th), but it’s all right. I’m tied for the lead with three to play and excited about the opportunity.”
Harris English, the 3rd member of their group, is just one back.
Tommy Fleetwood defeated Marcus Kinhult in a play-off to win his second Rolex Series title at the Nedbank Golf Challenge hosted by Gary Player.
The Englishman started the final day 3 shots behind but made three eagles and closed with 65 to set the target at 12 under.
Swede Kinhult was very consistent in a final round 68 as he tried to win for a second European Tour title of the season after he won the Betfred British Masters.
A bad tee shot on the first play-off hole meant Kinhult had to chop out sideways and accept a bogey, with Fleetwood making a great excellent up and down to save par and win US$2.5million – which is the biggest winner’s prize in European Tour history.
Race to Dubai leader Bernd Wiesbger, Belgian Thomas Detry and Australian Jason Scrivener finished in a tie for third at eight under.
This win takes Fleetwood up to 2nd on the Race to Dubai Rankings as he looks to be crowned Europe’s Number One for the second time in three seasons at next week’s season finale in Dubai.
Fleetwood stated “Golf is a funny old game and all we want to do is win,” he said. “Everybody strives for the same thing week in, week out and unless you do you’re never satisfied, even finishing second.
“I was struggling with levels of expectation because I wasn’t playing how I thought that I should or achieving the things that I wanted to.
“It’s such a great, great thing and a feeling to be playing with a chance to win the Race to Dubai in the last event. Everybody starts the Tour at the start of the season to get there and to be one of the guys that can actually finish at the top is very special.
“At a young age now you have a chance to set your family up for life and I think of all my achievements that’s the thing I’m most proud of.
“It’s great to have something like that and put that one in the bank account but nothing comes close to holding this trophy – this is the most special thing.”
While disappointed to miss out on the victory, Kinhult was proud of his performance at an event where he finished last on 15 over last season.
“I’m proud,” he said. “I shot a good score today, got into the play-off and made a silly bogey but I’m happy with the week and how I played. It’s a good week.”
Kinhult made a big early move as he holed from 15 feet on the first and produced an excellent chip on the par five next to get within one.