From the monthly archives: November 2011

Hennie Otto stumbled but didn’t fall, hanging on for a one-shot victory to win his country’s national championship, the South African Open.

After opening a three-shot lead on the back nine Sunday, Otto skidded to three bogeys in a four hole stretch from 13-16. He steadied himself, however, to birdie the par-4 17th and […]

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In another signal that the United States is serious about reclaiming its former golf dominance, Americans Matt Kuchar and Gary Woodland rallied to win the Omega Mission Hills World Cup in Hainan, China.

The pair’s victory was America’s 24th overall in the event, but its first since Tiger Woods and David Duval captured the […]

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The United States may find Ryder Cup success elusive, but the Americans have got the Presidents Cup figured out.

The U.S. beat the International squad convincingly in golf’s “other” biennial team matches, the 19-15 final score only partly indicative of America’s dominance. Paced by a resurgent Jim Furyk, the U.S. led from the opening […]

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The European Tour made a pair of international stops over the weekend, welcoming two first-time winners in Joost Luiten and Garth Mulroy.

Luiten earned his victory at the Iskandar Johor Open in Malaysia. The Dutchman was one stroke better than Sweden’s Daniel Chopra, finishing 15-under on the strength of a final-round 65. The event […]

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Three out of four ain’t bad.

Then again, three solid rounds weren’t enough to earn Tiger Woods a victory at the Australian Open. Leading through two rounds, Woods stumbled to a 75 on Saturday, opening the door for Aussie Greg Chalmers to claim the title. Woods roared back into contention with a Sunday 67, but […]

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His back troubles finally behind him, Spain’s Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano charged to a playoff win over Juvic Pagunsan at the Barclays Singapore Open.

The victory capped a run of great form for Fernandez-Castano and put to rest doubts about his health. An early-season back injury caused three consecutive missed cuts followed by a six-week hiatus; […]

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