Indonesia Open 2013: Bhullar pulls away to win by 3-shot margin
Gaganjeet Bhullar of India calmly pulls away from the chasing pack to clinch the title at the US$ 750,000 event in Jakarta with a tournament total of -16. Nicholas Fung (MAS) and Chapchai Nirat (THA) finished tied 2nd at -13. Indians Jyoti Randhawa and Anirban Lahiri ended at 5th with -11 and tied 6th with -10, respectively.
ISPS HANDA World Cup of Golf: Aussies stroll to win by 10 shots
Adam Scott chipped in with fellow Australian Jason Day during the final round of the US$ 8 million World Cup event as the Aussies strolled to a comfortable 10-shot victory at -17 total score. United States finished 2nd at -7, Denmark and Japan sharing 3rd place at -5.
Indian Open: Siddikur survives nervous finish to win
Bangladeshi Siddikur claimed a nerve-wracking one-stroke victory at -14 over local hopes S.S.P. Chowrasia and Anirban Lahiri at the Indian Open on Sunday for his second career title on the Asian Tour. Siddikur played a +3 round which gave the chasing pack a glimmer of hope to catch up.
Turkish Airlines Open: Dubuisson calmly seals title
Victor Dubuisson of France kept his cool in the face of a high-profile chasing pack to earn his first professional victory with -24 at the US$ 7 million event in Turkey. Welshman Jamie Donaldson came in 2nd at -22. Tiger Woods finished tied 3rd with Justin Rose (ENG) at -20.
WGC - HSBC Champions: Johnson clinches title with late show
Dustin Johnson of the United States fended off the challenges of defending champion Ian Poulter and Northern Ireland’s Graeme McDowell by staging a late comeback scoring a final total of -24 to win the US$ 8.5 million on Sunday. Poulter wound up with a score of -21.
CIMB Classic: Moore claims magical play-off win
American Ryan Moore defeated countryman Gary Woodland with a magical birdie on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff to win the US$ 7 million event on Monday. Both were tied at -14 after regulation play. The play-off was scheduled for Monday due to weather delays on Sunday.
CJ Invitational: Kang romps to 5-shot win
Kang Sung-hoon of Korea fired a -2 to cruise to a five-shot victory at a -12 total for his second career title since 2010 at the US$750,000 event on Sunday. Kang defeated countryman Kim Tae-hoon and India's Jyoti Randhawa who had shot a -5 for the final round.
The Presidents Cup: U.S. retains cup, 18.5-15.5
Tiger Woods two-putted the 18th hole for par and a 1-up victory over Richard Sterne, the third straight time he has won the clinching point in The Presidents Cup. The Americans won for the fifth straight time -- and eighth time in 10 tries -- against an International side that showed some fight when it was too late to matter.
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