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European Tour With this win - Tyrrell Hatton tyrrell hatton claimed his first european tour international schedule victory in his 83rd official european tour event.
European Tour Warren sets his sights on return to top European Tour With this win - Tyrrell Hatton. Taming the ADLC courses. Warren sets his sights on return to top With this win - Tyrrell Hatton.
Hatton secures maiden title at St Andrews. Hatton on the Swilken Bridge. Richard Sterne celebrates on the 17th at the Old Course. And to come away with a trophy, just makes it even more special.
It continues an excellent year for him in which he has had a fifth place in the Open Championship and a tenth place finish in the USPGA.
He played some great golf. Olesen, who finished runner-up four years ago, shot a final round 71 for a two-shot win over Americans Brooks Koepka and Chris Stroud to finally take the prestigious title, but it was a close run thing.
Ahead by three at the start of the day, it looked as if Olesen was throwing his chances away with a double bogey six at the 2nd, where he was caught under the lip of a bunker and had to come out backwards, and a bogey at the 3rd.
He must have been thinking back to when he was level with Branden Grace with seven holes to go, but lost by two shots.
Immediate birdies at the 4th and 5th got him up and running, but it was not until the spectacular birdie at the 15th that he could at last relax and savour the moment.
Definitely more personal and very emotional. It's been a very tough season for me and I would like to give special thanks to everyone who has been there for me.
As England's Oliver Wilson sank his final putt at St Andrews to win the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, his wife Lauren, who had flown up from London without telling her husband, raced on to give him a celebratory hug.
It was a huge moment for this great event's most unlikely champion - an invitee who lost his European Tour card in and had never won in previous attempts.
Wilson, the world No. The swollen crowds had come to St Andrews to see the Open champion make his charge, but that ended at the 17th hole, as McIlroy putted into the road hole bunker and dropped a shot.
He would finish second, along with Scotland's Richie Ramsay, who bogeyed the 16th and 17th holes, and Tommy Fleetwood, who missed an eight-footer at the final hole which would have forced a play-off.
As these challenges faded, Wilson - who had finished second nine times on the Tour - held his nerve to finish with a under-par total of His reward was a two-year European Tour exemption, the biggest payday of his career, and a surprise visit from his wife.
A lot of people had a part in this and I can't thank them enough. This is pretty special. It's been a long time coming and I have a lot of champagne on hold.
It's going to be a good party. To have the invite to play here, I can't thank people enough. I'm hoping this is going to be huge for me in many ways, because I have had many chances to win and I haven't been able to do it.
We all know it's a big week and we've all got lots to play for, but today I found a little more inner strength.
I still struggled a little bit to get the pace on the greens under the intense pressure and all in all, I was really pleased with how I stayed in control and kept controlling my swing and holed the ones that I had to right at the end.
I lost my way in life and on the course, as well, but now things are really good at the moment and I'm in a really happy place.
From the moment he signed his card after a spectacular first round 60 at Kingsbarns on Thursday, Grace, one of the best front-runners in golf, was a hot favourite to win.
And, although he had one or two wobbly moments in his final round on the Old Course, he thoroughly deserved his victory. Grace, who shot a final round 70 for a under-par total of , now joins some of the greatest names in golf — Seve Ballesteros, Ernie Els, Sir Nick Faldo, Lee Westwood and Tiger Woods among them — who have won four European Tour events in the same season.
With three recent Major Championship winners in Darren Clarke. Graeme McDowell and Rory McIlory, golf in Northern Ireland is on the crest of a wave and Hoey more than looked capable of joining that exclusive club as he shot 68 for a under-par total and two shot victory.
Even more impressively, Hoey had to take on and beat McDowell and McIlory in the final round to establish his supremacy. Throughout the final day he had once again shown the steely resolve which helped him become a major championship winner at just 25 at the US PGA in August, as he held off a series of formidable challenges to secure his third consecutive strokeplay win, something not achieved by any player since Tiger Woods in Dyson, for whom this was the second European Tour win of the year, produced an electrifying start with six birdies in his first seven holes for a front nine of 30, which appeared to leave the rest of the field in shock.
I just knew the tournament was there to be won. Obviously with the start I got off to, I knew it was mine for the taking and it was really only me that could lose it.
There were some really good names up there — Lee Westwood, Darren Clarke, Rory and Luke, but I went into it thinking I've been playing some good golf the last five or six weeks and just happy with the way I've been playing.
Dougherty fought off a series of challenges throughout the day from some of the best players in the world as he held on for a battling 71 and an under-par total of An emotional Dougherty, whose only other victory was in the Singapore Masters in , said: Padraig Harrington played a faultless round of golf on the Old Course to win his second Championship.
He crafted a superb 68, which featured four birdies and no dropped shots, to secure his first victory of the year.
Harrington made it a double double victory when he also won the team competition again with his amateur partner, Irish businessman and horserace owner JP McManus.
Montgomerie, who shot a 71 for a nine under par total of , said: This is a very special place and walking up the last hole is a very special experience.
Stephen Gallacher gave the ecstatic St Andrews gallery a home win to cheer after he sank a short birdie putt for a sudden death victory over Graeme McDowell on the first extra hole.
The Scottish golf fans had turned up in their thousands to applaud Ryder Cup hero Colin Montgomerie on his return to home soil after the Oakland Hills triumph, but they went away toasting a new Scottish hero.
For Westwood, it was an emotional moment. After a difficult few years with his game, his victory in such a significant tournament marked his return to the summit of golf.
The final day had the drama, but the story of the Championship was a miracle shot by Westwood during his third round course record 62 at Kingsbarns.