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Golf Course News October 2015

Victoria
Thu, 1st Oct 2015
The Portugal Masters this year virtually avoided the threatening bad weather after months of sunshine. Andy Sullivan took the lead on Day One with three strokes over his nearest rival. At the end of Day Two this had increased to six strokes. Day Three morning was very windy but by the end of the day Andy Sullivan maintained his lead but now reduced to five strokes. he finished the tournament with a handsome lead of nine strokes over fellow Englishman Chris Wood. One stroke behind Chris Wood was Eduardo de la Rivo, Trevor Fisher Jr. and Anthony Wall. Ricardo Gouveia led the Portuguese participation with five strokes below par and was placed 31st. Tomas Silva was next in 68th place, then Tiago Cruz and Ricardo Santos in 73rd. Followed by Vitor Lopes at 87th, João Carlota at 101st, José-Filipe at 108th, and finally Pedro Figueiredo at 125th.
Morgado
Thu, 1st Oct 2015
The Morgado Course near Portimão will be closed for maintenance as from the 1st of December to the 13th.

Golfers in the News October 2015

Thu, 1st Oct 2015
Thorbjorn Olesen - (Denmark) Alfred Dunhill Links Championship Old Course - St. Andrews - Scotland - 1st to 4th October 2015 With a two stroke lead Danish golfer Thorbjorn Olesen claimed victory over Brooks Koepka and Chris Stroud both from the USA. Only one stroke further back was the Englishman Chris Wood. This is his third win on the Tour and he moved into 73rd position in the World Ranking and 27th place in the Race to Dubai.
Thu, 1st Oct 2015
Hye In Yoem - (South Korea) International Ladies Open Xiamen - China - 8th to 11th October 2015 South Korean player Hye In Yeom claimed a five stroke victory in China over her nearest rivals Ssu-Chia Cheng and Kusuma Meacham.
Thu, 1st Oct 2015
Matthew Fitzpatrick - (England) British Masters Woburn - England - 8th to 11th October 2015 This important win gave English golfer Matthew Fitzpatrick his maiden win on Tour. He ended two strokes ahead of Shane Lowry, Soren Kjeldsen and Fabrizio Zanotti. This victory placed him into 59th place in the World Rankings and 12th in the Race to Dubai.
Thu, 1st Oct 2015
Andy Sullivan - (England) Portugal Masters Victoria - Vilamoura - Algarve - Portugal - 15th to 18th October 2015 English golfer Andy Sullivan claimed his third victory on the Tour winning the Portugal Masters in the Algarve. He ended nine strokes less than his nearest rival fellow Englishman Chris Wood. Andy Sullivan moved into 47th place in the World Rankings and 15th in the Race to Dubai.
Thu, 1st Oct 2015
Justin Rose - (England) Hong Kong Open Fanling - Hong Kong - 22nd to 25th October 2015 English golfer Justin Rose brought his total Tour wins up to eight with his win in Hong Kong. Only one stroke behind was Danish player Lucas Bjerregard. This was his first win this year and he moved into 6th place in the World Rankings and 5th in the Race to Dubai.
Thu, 1st Oct 2015
Emily Kristine Pederson - (Denmark) Women's Indian Open DFL - India - 23rd to 25th October 2015 This year's Danish rookie at 18 years old Emily Kristine Pederson won her first LET Tour Open by one stroke. Behind her were fellow Dane Marlene Jorgensen, Becky Morgan and Cheyenne Woods. This victory placed her in 7th place in the LET Ranking.
Thu, 1st Oct 2015
Victor Dubuisson - (France) Turkish Open The Montgomerie - Antalya - 29th to 1st November 2015 French golfer Victor Dubuisson added another win on Tour at the Turkish Open. By one stroke he beat South African Jaco van Zyl with Kiradech Aphilbarnrat a further stoke behind. This moved Victor Dubuisson into 35th place in the World Rankings and 7th in the Race to Dubai.

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