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International Golf News December 2009

Tue, 1st Dec 2009
Omega Mission Hills World Cup Mission Hills - Shenzhen - China - 26th to 29th November, 2009 The Italian team of the brothers Francesco and Edoardo Molinari won by one stroke over the teams from both Sweden and Ireland. The Swedish team consisted of Henrik Stenson and Robert Karlsson whilst the Irish team were the duo of Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell.

Golfers in the News December 2009

Tue, 1st Dec 2009
Phil Mickelson - (USA) WGC - HSBC Champions Sheshan International - Shanghai - China - 5th to 8th November, 2009 This win brought Phil Mickelson up to a total of 9 wins on the European Tour. He finished with a one stroke lead on Ernie Els from South Africa. Fellow American Ryan Moore lay just one shot further back. This victory placed Phil Mickelson in 17th position in the World Rankings.
Tue, 1st Dec 2009
Tiger Woods - (USA) JBWere Masters Kingston Heath - Melbourne - Australia - 12th to 15th November, 2009 This victory brought Tiger Woods to the great total of 40 wins on the European Tour. He ended with a two stroke lead over Greg Chalmers from Australia with Francois Delamontagne from France a further four strokes back. This moved back into 140th position in the World Rankings.
Tue, 1st Dec 2009
Gregory Bourdy - (France) UBS Hong Kong Open Hong Kong - Fanling - Hong Kong - 12th to 15th November, 2009 Gregory Bourdy gained his fourth win on the European Tour in Hong Kong. He was two strokes less that Rory McIlroy from Northern Ireland with Robert Jan Derksen from Holland one stroke behind. Gregory Bourdy then moved to 149th place in the World Rankings and 31st in the Race to Dubai.
Tue, 1st Dec 2009
Lee Westwood - (England) Dubai World Championship Jumeirah - Dubai - United Arab Emirates - 19th to 22nd November, 2009 Lee Westwood brought his total wins on the European Tour up to a handsome 23 with this victory in Dubai. He finished a solid six strokes less than his fellow countryman Ross McGowan with Rory McIlroy a further two more strokes behind. He moved to 27th place in the World Rankings and 19th in the Race to Dubai.

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