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Golf Course News November 2010

Victoria
Mon, 1st Nov 2010
Richard Green - (Australia) Portugal Masters Victoria - Algarve - Portugal - 14th to 17th October, 2010 Richard Green came from seven shots back to win the Portugal Masters with a brilliant closing 65. The Australian left-hander, for whom this was a third European Tour title in his 311th start, finished 18 under for the week after his seven under par round. Green won by two strokes from a group of four players including Francesco Molinari whose 16 under par total was made up of rounds of 74-62-74-62. The win took Richard Green, whose previous best 2010 performance was also in Portugal at the National Open in Estoril, to World Number 64, a jump of 46 positions.

International Golf News November 2010

Mon, 1st Nov 2010
The 2010 Ryder Cup The Celtic Manor Resort - City of Newport - Wales - 1st to 4th October, 2010 This year the Ryder Cup was won by Europe with a point score of 14 1/2 to USA 13 1/2 in a very close fought and thrilling competition.
Mon, 1st Nov 2010
Bill Haas overcame five bogeys in the final round to win the Viking Classic by three strokes at Annandale Golf Club. Bill Haas, who never trailed in the tournament, bogeyed the first hole and had four bogeys on the back nine, including one of the par-5 18th. Added to this were the five birdies as he finished at 15-under 273 for his second victory of the year. The win took Bill Haas to World Nº 64 and a jump of 25 places.

Golfers in the News November 2010

Mon, 1st Nov 2010
Martin Kaymer - (Germany) Alfred Dunhill Links Championship Old Course - St. Andrews - Carnoustie & Kingsbarns - Scotland - 7th to 10th October, 2010 Martin Kaymer became the first player to win three times in a row on The European Tour since Tiger Woods won four years ago as he sealed victory at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship with a final round of 66 over the Old Course at St. Andrews in bitterly cold and windy conditions. The 25 year old German added this title to the US PGA Championship he took in a play-off in August and the KLM Open he won comfortably last month. The win took the 25-year-old German up two places to World Nº 4 and his career best.
Mon, 1st Nov 2010
Matteo Manassero - (Italy) Castello Masters Costa Azahar Club de Campo del Mediterraneo - Castellon - Valencia - Spain - 21st to 24th October, 2010 Matteo Manassero rewrote the record books as he stormed to victory at the Castello Masters Costa Azahar. At 17 years old and 188 days, Manassero became the youngest winner in European Tour history and the third youngest winner on any Tour, he follows Ryo Ishikawa (15 and 245 days, 2007 Munsingwear Open – Japan Golf Tour) and Chinnarat Phadungsil (17 and five days, 2005 Double A International Open – Asian Tour). Matteo Manassero moved into the World Top 100 with a 76 place and an improvement Nº 88.
Mon, 1st Nov 2010
Graeme McDowell - (Northern Ireland) Andalucia Valderrama Masters Club de Golf Valderrama - Sotogrande - Spain - 28th to 31st October, 2010 Graeme McDowell held off the challenge of Gareth Maybin and Damien McGrane to claim a battling victory at the Andalucia Masters at Valderrama. On a day where strong winds made low scoring extremely difficult, McDowell went round in 74 to finish on three under, two ahead of Maybin, McGrane and Denmark’s Soren Kjeldsen. Martin Kaymer was unable to finish in the top two so Lee Westwood duly moved to the World Number One spot, ending Tiger Wood's most recent 281 week reign as World Number One.

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