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Donaldson wins golf tournament in Abu Dhabi

(courtesy Free-Extras.com)

Jamie Donaldson (photo by Pvt. Pauline via wikipedia commons)

Jamie Donaldson shot a 68 to win the 2013 Abu Dhabi Championship in the United Arab Emirates.

His one-shot win was possible when Justin Rose barely missed a birdie putt when it rimmed out on the 18th hole which would have sent the match in a playoff.

Donaldson, who finished with a 14-under 274, earned his second European Tour win.

The 37-year-old Donaldson is from Wales, turned professional in 2000.

 

INFO COMPILED FROM PGA EUROPEAN TOUR

 

Donald wins European Tour event; back at #1 in world

 

Luke Donald (file photo)

Luke Donald successfully defended his title at the BMW PGA Championship with a four-stroke win in the tour’s flagship event.

With the win, Donald took the number-1 spot in the world rankings from Rory McIlroy for the third time in 10 weeks.

Donald shot a 4-under-68 at Wentworth in Virginia Water, England, for his fourth straight round under 70, ending the tournament at 15-under-273.

Justin Rose (70) and Paul Lawrie (66) tied for second place.

 

Info compiled from European PGA Tour, Radio & TV news

Memorial Tournament commitments include Rose, McIlroy, Watson

 

Memorial Tournament founder Jack Nicklaus (file photo)

The 2011 Memorial Tournament is a few weeks away and the list of players committing to play is starting to add up.

Defending champion Justin Rose, Rory McIlroy and Bubba Watson have added their names to the list to play in Jack Nicklaus’ tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Club from June 2 to 5 in Dublin, Ohio.

Tournament officials also have announced that the pro-am, featuring 18 top PGA Tour pros, will return June 1 after a three-year absence.

All-tournament badges currently are available for $155 and include a complimentary Wednesday ticket.

Practice-round tickets are available for $30.00. The tickets and passes can be purchased by calling 877-MTBADGE from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays or by visiting. thememorialtournament.com.

 

Info courtesy of The Memorial Tournament

Laird wins at Bay Hill

 

Martin Laird (file photo)

Martin Laird survived a sudden collapse in the final round to become a surprise winner at Bay Hill in Orlando, Florida.

In the most competitive round of golf on the PGA Tour this year, Laird came back from a three-shot deficit in the final four holes. He converted two birdies and two unbelievable pars to close the tournament with a 3-over-par 75 to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational by one shot over hard-luck golfer, Steve Marino.

Laird, a 28-year-old Scot, became the first European to win at Bay Hill in its 33-year history.

Justin Rose closed with a 68 and tied for third with David Toms and Marc Leishman, who needed to win to get a chance to play in the Masters next month.

 

compiled from PGA Tour news

Golf majors winners line up to play in Nedbank Golf Challenge

Lee Westwood (file photo)

The Nedbank Golf Challenge will be held in December in Johannesburg, South Africa.

The world of golf’s top players are lining up to play. Lee Westwood and major tournament winners Padraig Harrington, Louis Oosthuizen, Ernie Els and Retief Goosen.

Ryder Cup winners Miguel Angel Jimenez, Ross Fisher and Edoardo Molinari will be participating in the 12-player field for the $5 million invitational tournament at Sun City casino resort.

Defending champion Robert Allenby, Anders Hansen, Justin Rose and Tim Clark complete the entry list. $1.25 million will go to the winner.

The Nedbank celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2010. It has been dubbed ‘Africa’s major’, the tournament has increased its purse from $4.385 million in 2009, with the winner’s share rising by $1.2 million.

compiled from staff, golf news & PGA Tour news

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