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Mickey, a guy named Donald, and duck by the same name celebrate at Disney


Orlando, Florida - At the Childrens Miracle Network Hospitals Classic, Luke Donald blitzed the field to show why he IS the #1 player in the world.At Disney's Magnolia course on the final day of the PGA Tour Season, Donald ran off six birdies in a row (back nine 30) to shoot 64 (-17) and take the money title from Webb Simpson who shot 69 and finished in a tie for sixth at -13.

The victory was Donalds second of the year (Accenture Match Play), and most likely assures that he will be the 2011 Player of the Year.

Justin Leonard finished second at -15.Third round leader Kevin Chappel shot 72 and finished T3 at -14.

Bill Lunde who missed the cut, won the 1 million dollar Kodak Challenge.


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Sergio celebrates once again


Castellon, Valencia Spain - Sergio Garcia just flat out dominated the field in his homeland finishing at -27, shooting a final round 63 and winning by 11 strokes (the third largest victory in European Tour history).He dedicated the victory to Seve Ballesteros"That was for Seve," said Garcia,

"I would like to thank not only my family and friends, but also my sponsors, everyone that's around me, for supporting me through two tough years.They have stuck with me and believed in me and I'm happy to be able to pay them back with this victory".

"At the beginning of the week there's always a little extra pressure because you want to do well in front of your home fans and on your home course, but I felt really good and it showed. Hopefully I can keep moving forward, but there are still some things I can improve on."

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Taiwan - Yani Tseng won the seventh time on the LPGA Tour this season (12th for her career).Yani shot 66 in the final round for a 5 stroke victory (-16) over Azahara Munoz and Amy Lang who finished -11.

She donated $100,000 of her winnings to Taiwan Golf.






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2011 McGladrey Classic Champion - Ben Crane


St.Simons, Georgia - After being tied in regulation at The McGladrey

Classic, Webb Simpson (who shot 66 Sunday) and Ben Crane (63)

went extra holes.On the second playoff hole Crane made a 6 footer

for par, while Simpson missed his par putt from inside 5 feet giving Crane

the win..

It was Crane's fourth PGA Tour victory, but the runner up finish put

Webb Simpson atop the money list with one event remaining.

Third round leader Michael Thompson shot 69, and finished solo third.

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In his 3rd professional start, Tom Lewis captured his 1st victory


Vilamoura, Portugal Tom Lewis shot 65 on Sunday at the Portugal Masters,

to become the 1st sponsors invite to win on the European Tour since Matteo

Manessero at the 2010 Castello Masters.Lewis finished at -21, two strokes clear

of Rafael Cabrera-Bello and three clear of Gregory Havret.


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 Bryce Molder celebrates his victory at the at Cordevalle



Santa Cruz, California - At the at Cordevalle, Briny Baird (67) and Bryce Molder (64) traded body blows in regulation, then hay makers in extra time.Finally on the sixth playoff hole, with the sun just about on the horizon Bryce Molder drained a six footer to seal his first PGA Tour victory.

Molder came out of Georgia Tech on tour a decade ago with some serious hype . . . he finally validated his potential, and will now have his ticket punched to Hawaii and the Tournament of Champions.

The runner up finish moves Briny Baird into 93rd on the money list, securing his card for the 2012 season.After 347 starts, Briny will continue insearch of his first win.

Briny's neighbor at The Bear's Club Ernie Els, finished tied for 4th at -14, after a final round 68, it was Ernie's first top ten finish in 2011.

Tiger Woods finished a mediocre week tied for 30th at -7.


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Ricky Fowler and Rory McIlroy celebrate Fowler's first professional victory in Korea


Korea - At the Kolon Korean Open, Ricky Fowler (67) got his long awaited first victory beating Rory McIlroy (64) by six.


“It was a lot of fun,” Fowler said. “I played well early on in the final round and then I was comfortable over the last few holes. Overall, I enjoyed the whole week.

“It feels great to have the first win. I played well all week, although I did have to hang in on Friday and post a score. But on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, I had good control of my ball, I drove well and I made some putts.”




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Michael Hoey is the Champion at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship


Scotland -Michael Hoey's final round 68 was enough to hold off fellow

Ulsterman Rory Mcilroy's Sunday 65 (-20) and post a winning score of -22.


“It’s just amazing what winning a big tournament can do for you,” said Hoey.

“Winning the Dunhill Links will open a lot of doors for me and getting into

huge tournaments like the Dubai World Championship is one of the biggest

benefits. I’m ecstatic.

“To move from 83rd to 15th in the Race to Dubai in one go is unbelievable

really. Trying to get into the Dubai World Championship was one of my goals

before winning in St Andrews but I don’t have to worry about any of that now.

I can’t wait to get to Dubai – it will be a great way to end the season.”


Fellow Irishmen Graeme McDowell finished -18, Padraig Harrington was

tied for 8th at -16.


World #1 Luke Donald finished tied for 9th, after a final round 70.


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Kevin Na celebrates his first PGA TOUR victory


Las Vegas - In his 211th PGA Tour start Las Vegas resident Kevin Na notched

his first win at the JT Shriners.Na had late birdies on 15, 16, & 17 to finish at

-23 for a two stroke margin over Nick Watney.


Paul Goydos and Tommy "Two Gloves" Gainey finished tied for third at -18.





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