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Golf Course News April 2015

Santo Antonio
Wed, 1st Apr 2015
The Golf Resort Santo Antonio (Parque da Floresta), will be holding their annual Autumn Festival from the 25th to the 30th of September. Golfers visiting the Algarve will only be allowed to play the course if they participate in the week long Festival.

International Golf News April 2015

Wed, 1st Apr 2015
A reminder that due to the bad weather the European Tour event of the Madeira Open has been re-scheduled to take place from July 30th to August 2nd.

Golfers in the News April 2015

Wed, 1st Apr 2015
Rory McIlroy - (Northern Ireland) WGC - Cadillac Match Play San Francisco - California - USA - 29th to 3rd April 2015 The Northern Irishman carried himself to victory in the WGC Match Play beating Gary Woodland in 4 and 2. He previously beat Jim Furyk in the last four having beaten Paul Casey in the quarter-finals. He remained at Nº 1 position in both the World Rankings and the Race to Dubai.
Wed, 1st Apr 2015
Ashun Wu - (China) Volvo China Open Shanghai - China - 23rd to 26th April 2015 The 29 year old Ashun Wu became the first Chinese golfer to win on the Tour on home soil - this was after 26 Tour events. He beat England's David Howell by one stroke with a threesome composed of Emiliano Grillo, Prom Measavat and Alexander Levy just one further stroke behind.
Wed, 1st Apr 2015
Kiradech Aphilbarnrat - (Thailand) Shenzhen International Genzon - Shenzen - China - 16th to 19th April 2015 This became to second win on the European Tour for Kiradech Aphilbarnrat from Thailand in 61 attempts. It ended in a tight play-off against Li Hao-tong from China with Tommy Fleetwood from England only one stroke behind the leaders. This win moved Kiradech Aphilbarnrat into 78th place in the World Rankings and 6th in the Race to Dubai.
Wed, 1st Apr 2015
Jordan Spieth - (USA) The Masters Augusta - Georgia - USA - 9th to 12th April 2015 The 21 year old showed sensational golfing ability in a sensational four rounds and wining The Masters with a 18 strokes below par. His nearest rivals was the USA Phil Mickelson and Englishman Justin Rose, both lying four shots behind. At one time Jordan Spieth reached 19 shots below but ended on 18. He broke the record number of birdies ever scored in any important tournament (28) and his opening round of 64 strokes was the lowest in The Masters history. This was his fifth win since turning professional and he moved to Nº 2 in World Ranking.

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