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Golfers in the News July 2018

European Tour - Francesco Molinari
Tue, 24th Jul 2018
147th Open Championship - Carnoustie - Scotland - 19th to 22nd July, 2018.

Francesco Molinari became the first Italian to win a Major when he won the Open in Scotland by a two stroke lead. This was Molinari's 6th victory on the European Tour and he moved to 6th position in the World Rankings and first place in the Race to Dubai. In second place was Kevin Kisner from the USA with Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose, and Xander Schauffele.

European Tour - Branden Stone
Mon, 16th Jul 2018
Scottish Open - Gullane - East Lothian - Scotland - 12th to 15th July, 2018.

Amateur golfer Branden Stone from South Africa gained his third win on the Tour in Scotland at the Scottish Open with a four stroke lead on the final day. In second place was English golfer Eddie Pepperell, whilst an equal third place was taken by a trio of Jens Dantorp, Trevor Immelman and Luke List. Branden Stone moved into 110th position in the World Rankings and 14th in the Race to Dubai.

European Tour - Russell Knox
Mon, 9th Jul 2018
Irish Open - Ballyliffin - County Donegal - Republic of Ireland - 5th to 8th July, 2018.

Scottish golfer Russell Knox won the Irish Open in a play-off against New Zealand's Ryan Fox. Lying one stroke more was Jorge Campillo from Spain. This was Russell Knox second win on the Tour and moved him to 49th place in the World Rankings and 5th position in the Race to Dubai.

European Tour - Alex Noren
Mon, 9th Jul 2018
Open de France - Le Golf National - Paris - France - 28th to 1st of July, 2018.

The Swedish golfer Alex Noren fought hard to gain the Open de France near Paris which brought his total wins on the Tour to a magnificent 10 . Just the one stroke behind were Russell Knox, Julian Suri and Chris Wood. Alex Noren moved into 14th position in the World Rankings and 2nd in the Race to Dubai.

European Tour - Matt Wallace
Mon, 9th Jul 2018
BMW International Open - Gut Laerchen - Pulheim - Germany - 21st to 24th June, 2018.

English golfer Matt Wallace succeeded in winning his third Tour in Germany in the BMW International Open. On this heels and just one stroke behind were Martin Kaymer, Mikko Korhomen and Oleson Thorbjorn. With this win Matt Wallace moved to 72nd place in the World Rankings and 17th position in the Race to Dubai.

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