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Golfers in the News May 2021

European Tour - Phil Mickelson
Mon, 24th May 2021
US PGA Championship -Ocean Course - Kiawah Island - South Carolina - USA - 20th to the 23rd of May, 2021.

America's Phil Mickelson at the tender age of 50 gained his 11th title on the European Tour when he won the US PGA Championship in South Carolina. With two stokes further stokes were Louis Oosthuizen from South Africa and fellow American Brooks Koepka. With this win Phil Mickelson moved to 32nd place in the World Rankings.

Challenge Tour - Felix Moray
Mon, 24th May 2021
Dormy Open - Osterakers - Akersberga - Sweden - 19th to the 22nd of May, 2021.

France's Felix Mory won the title in Akersberga in Sweden with a strong seven stroke lead over his nearest rival Denmark's Marcus Helligkilde. One stoke further back were a group consisting of Ewen Ferguson, Joeng Weon Ko, Hurley Long and Niklas Norgaard Moller. This win placed Felix Moray in 407th position in the World Rankings.

European Tour - Richard Bland
Mon, 17th May 2021
British Masters - The Belfry - Sutton Coldfield - England - 12th to the 15th of May, 2021.

Richard Bland from England won his maiden title on the European Tour at The Belfry in a play-off against Italian golfer Guido Migliozzi. Only one stoke more were Dave Copland, Mikko Korhonen and Adrian Meronk. Richard Bland is now 14th in the Race to Dubai and 134th place in the World Rankings.

European Tour - Garrick Higgo
Mon, 10th May 2021
Canary Islands Championship -Costa Adeje - Tenerife - Spain - 6th to the 9th of May 2021.

South African golfer Garrick Higgo gained his third title on the European Tour in Tenerife with a strong six stroke lead over Maverick Antcliff from Australia. In third place with a further stroke was Tapio Pulkkanan from Finland. Garrick Higgo moved into 5th position on the Race to Dubai and 51st on the World Rankings.

Challenge Tour - Wilco Nienaber
Mon, 10th May 2021
DD Pro-Am - Fancourt - George - South Africa - 6th to the 9th of May, 2021.

In a play-off against Swedish golfer Henric Sturched, the South African Wilco Nienaber won the title in George in South Africa. Three strokes more were Oliver Bekker also from South Africa and Chase Hanna from the USA.

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