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In his 200th attempt Paul Waring wins his first European Tour Title at the Mordea Masters. He had a 2 shot lead with 4 holes to play but then his playing partner Thomas Aiken (from South Africa) birdied the last to force a play-off.
Waring held his nerve on the first play-off hole but Aiken didn't. A bad drive off the tee into the water and then, after a drop, his next shot into some bushes saw him with no hope against Waring. Who played it safe and won the play-off with a simple PAR.
"I wasn't sure this day would come in total honesty," he told Sky Sports. "I'm obviously ecstatic. I've tried so hard for many years to get to this point and it's nice to finally get across the line and be holding the trophy."
The tournament was tough with burnt fairways but to lighten the mood there was Andrew "Beef" Johnston, who played out of the water and entertained the crowds by changing his trousers!!! Had to be "BEEF" !!!
-14 P Waring (Eng), T Aiken (SA) - Waring won at first hole of play-off; -13 M Kieffer (Ger); -12 T Olesen (Den); -11 L Herbert (Aus); -9 J Janewattananond (Tha), A Pavan (Ita), H Porteous (SA), R Rock (Eng)
-8 A Johnston, M Southgate, L Slattery (all Eng); -6 M Warren (Sco); -5 B Neil, C Syme (both Sco)
Brandt Snedeker won the Wyndham Championship by three shots after completing 29 holes in one day (delayed due to Thnderstorms). The 37-year-old American, who had to finish his third round earlier on Sunday, shot a final-round 65 to finish 21 under for his second win at the tournament. He started the week with a 59! only the 10th sub-60 round in PGA history, which set him up nicely for the weekend.
This tournmanet was key to many others trying to get into the top 125 for the Fedex Cup play-offs. One big casualty was Sergio Garcia he finished 24th in the Wyndham on -12 but was lower than 125 on the Fedex. This means he will miss out on the Fedex Cup for the first time.
-21 B Snedeker (US); -18 W Simpson (US), CT Pan (Tpe); -17 J Furyk (US), DA Points (US); -16 R Moore (US), B Gay (US)
-10 M Fitzpatrick (Eng); -8 M Laird (Sco)
It's her first win on the LPGA tour and it's a MAJOR! The 22-year-old is only the third British winner since the event became a major championship in 2001. Hall, who won by two shots at 17 under par.
Trailing Pornanong Phatlum by a shot overnight, Hall moved clear of the Thai on Sunday with two holes remaining and held her nerve on the 18th to secure victory.
"To go down 18 and manage to close it out fairly easily is a relief for me. Golf is a very mental sport, more than people even think. So it was kind of a battle". "It's my fourth year on tour as a professional and loads of people were asking 'when is it going to come?'. I knew if I stayed patient and kept working hard I could win and it would come along."
Here are the main players results:-
-17 Hall (Eng); -15 Phatlum (Tha); -13 Ryu (Kor); -9 Kim (Kor), Jutanugarn (Tha), Higa (Jpn)
Selected others are here:-
-8 Shanshan (Chn); -7 Lee (Aus); -6 Ko (NZ); -2 Kerr (US); E Law (Eng); +1 Matthew (Sco); +2 Parker (Eng); +6 Hall (Wal); +9 MacLaren (Eng); +12 Frankish (Eng)