Dubai, United Emirates - Henrik Stenson completed his dream season and a historical first on Sunday,
winning both the Fedex Cup on the PGA Tour and the European Tour's Race To Dubai in the same season .
Stenson's six stroke victory at Jumeirah Golf Estates was dominant, his eagle on the 72nd hole capped
off a final round 64 and a tournament record -25 under par.
Ian Poulter's Sunday 66 was good for solo second place at -19, while last weeks winner Victor Dubuisson
finished 3rd at -17. Rory McIlroy, Luke Donald and Lee Westwood finished T5 at -15.
"It has been an incredible summer for me, the (autumn) in America was great and now this," said Stenson,
who was also second in The Open Championship and third in the US PGA Championship. "It has been a
dream season. "I played so well this week. I knew the guys would try to catch me, especially Ian who never
gives up. I wanted to stay ahead of him and I managed to do that. "I don't know how I am going to be able
to top this next year but I am going to give my best in the Majors and that (becoming the first male Swedish
player to win one) would be the icing on the cake."
Adam Scott continues his domination down under, defending his Australian Masters title
Royal Melbourne - Adam Scott didn't have his best stuff Sunday, shooting 71 during the final
round of the Australian Masters at Royal Melbourne. At one point surrendering a five stroke lead
and trailing by two, Scott's birdied the 15th, while Matt Kuchar bogeyed the 16th to even things up.
Kuchar found trouble on the 18th in "Dunk Island", which paved the way for Scott's 2nd victory in
a row and a winning score of -14. Kuchar finished with a final round 68 (two shots back at -12).
Vijay Singh shot 71 and finished solo 3rd at -10.
“Sometimes you kind of win a little bit ugly and all the good stuff I had done in the first three rounds
counted for a lot,” Scott said.“And even though it wasn’t the prettiest golf today like I had played the
first three, there was enough good stuff to keep me in there and I hit good shots coming down the
stretch when I had to and that again is important stuff.”
2013 OHL Classic at Mayakoba Champion Harris English
Playa Del Carmen, Mexico - At El Camaleon Golf Club, Harris English entered the final round
of the OHL Classic at Mayakoba a shot behind Swede Robert Karlsson. English's Sunday 65
was enough for a four stroke victory over Brian Stuard. Harris English finished at -21 (263)
a tournament record. The triumph brings Harris English into the status of multiple time
champion (two -2013 Fedex St.Jude Classic) on the PGA Tour, and has moved him into 2nd
on the current Fedex Cup standings.
After the airlines broke Harris English's Ping G15 driver, he borrowed Billy Horschel's backup
G25 model . . . and the rest is history. The rest of his winning clubs were:
Harris English's bag:
Driver: PING G25 (Mitsubishi Rayon Fubuki Tour 63x shaft), 9.5 degrees
3-wood: PING G5 (Aldila RIP 80x shaft), 15 degrees
5-wood: PING G20 (UST Mamiya VTS Pro Force 8x Black shaft), 18 degrees
Irons (3-9): PING S56 (True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 shafts)
Wedges: Callaway Mack Daddy 2 (47, 52, 58 degrees; True Temper Dyanmic Gold X100 shafts)
Putter: PING Scottsdale Ho-Hum
Ball: Titleist Pro V1x
A little known fact from the OHL Classic: English one putted more than half of his greens
at El Camaleon for the week (38/72).