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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.

 

Final scores: http://www.pgatour.com/r/leaderboard/

 

 

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."

Full Leaderboard :

http://www.europeantour.com/europeantour/season=2011/tournamentid=2011077/leaderboard/index.html?showLeaderboard=Y

 

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.

 

Scores:            http://www.lpgascoring.com/public/Leaderboard.aspx