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International Golf News April 2010

Thu, 1st Apr 2010
Ernie Els won the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard finishing his final 4 holes on Monday morning after torrential rain on the Sunday afternoon. He moved up one position to Nº 7.

Golfers in the News April 2010

Thu, 1st Apr 2010
Seungyul Noh - (South Korea) Maybank Malaysian Open Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia - 4th to 7th March, 2010 South Korean Seung-yul Noh born in May 1991 became the youngest professional in history to win an European Tour event when he edged out compatriot K J Choi to claim the Maybank Malaysian Open following a dramatic finale at Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club. Seungyul Noh won on the Asian Tour in 2008 and now holds cards in Asia, Europe and Japan. The win takes the teenager to Nº 130 and a jump up of 136 places.
Thu, 1st Apr 2010
Ernie Els - (South Africa) WGC - CA Championship Doral Golf - Florida - USA - 11th to 14th March, 2010 Ernie Els ended two years without a win in superb style at the WGC-CA Championship in Miami with a final round of 66 for an 18-under-par total and four stroke win over fellow South African house guest Charl Schwartzel. Three strokes further back in joint third were German Martin Kaymer, American Matt Kuchar and Ireland's Padraig Harrington. The win puts Els back into the Official World Golf Ranking Top 10, a place where he has spent more weeks - 759 now - than any other player since the Rankings started in 1986. Ernie Els moved to Nº 8 with a jump of 12 places.
Thu, 1st Apr 2010
Rhys Davies - (Wales) Trophee Hassan II Royal Golf Dar Es Salam - Rabat - Morocco - 18th to 21st March, 2010 Rhys Davies secured his maiden European Tour title at the Trophee Hassan II in Morocco as he overhauled Louis Oosthuizen to win by two shots. The 24 year old Welshman was two behind the South African going into the final round, but shot a seven under 66 to Oosthuizen's 70 at Royal Golf Dar Es Salam to finish 25 under. Rhys Davies entered comfortably into the World Top 100 as he climbed 40 places to Nº 81.
Thu, 1st Apr 2010
Louis Oosthuizen - (Holland) Open de Andalucia de Golf Parador de Malaga - Malaga - Spain - 25th to 28th March, 2010 Louis Oosthuizen won the Open de Golf de Andalucia in Malaga, Southern Spain and earns a spot at the Masters Tournament as a result. Oosthuizen ended up three strokes ahead of his nearest rivals Richard Finch from England and Peter Whiteford from Scotland. He climbed to Nº 26 position in the World Rankings and 4th in the Race to Dubai.

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