From the monthly archives: December 2011

Trailing home-course favorite Geoff Ogilvy by two shots entering the final round, Ian Poulter served immediate notice that he wouldn’t make things easy for the local lad. Poulter drove the green on the par-4 opening hole and made the eagle putt to forge a tie, then pulled away with a 67 to win the […]

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Lee Westwood finished off his year in style, running away with a seven-stroke victory in the Thailand Golf Championship. The world’s third-ranked golfer won two of his final three events in 2011, including the Nedbank Challenge in South Africa two weeks prior.

The Englishman controlled this event from the start. Westwood roared out of […]

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While the world focused on a duel between Luke Donald and Rory McIlroy, Spain’s Alvaro Quiros stole the show – and the title – at the Dubai World Championship. He may have stolen a piece of Paul Lawrie’s heart too, with a final-hole eagle to earn a two-shot victory.

Donald and McIlroy entered the […]

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If this is how Rory McIlroy plays when he’s worn out, imagine what’s in store once he’s rested.

Despite a 10-week run of tournaments he said “definitely hasn’t helped me be fresh,” the 22-year-old U.S. Open champ closed with a 65 to win the UBS Hong Kong Open. McIlroy holed out from a bunker […]

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It’s over. Well, unofficially, at least.

Tiger Woods’ well-publicized, two-year victory drought ended Sunday at the Chevron World Challenge, where he birdied the final two holes to overtake Zach Johnson. While it’s not recognized as an official PGA Tour event, the Chevron does award world ranking points – and Woods vaulted to No. 21 […]

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