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World Rankings Week 26: Noren jumps to World No.14

Official World Golf Ranking Tournaments roundup
Noren jumps to World No.14, © Getty Images

Race to Dubai 2018 - Week 32/18

Posted 5 years ago
Standings through week ending 01/07/18

HNA Open de France 2018 - Round 4

Posted 5 years ago
Alex Noren overturned a seven shot deficit for the second time in Rolex Series event as he claimed the HNA Open de France title after a dramatic final day at Le Golf National.
Comeback king Noren edges French thriller, © Getty Images

Official World Golf Ranking - Week 26/18

Posted 5 years ago
Official World Golf Ranking - Week 26/18 ending 01/07/2018

HNA Open de France 2018 - Round 3

Posted 5 years ago
Sweden’s Marcus Kinhult maintains his lead but has some illustrious company lining up behind up him.
Kinhult keeps advantage in France, © Getty Images

HNA Open de France 2018 - Round 2

Posted 5 years ago
Sweden’s Marcus Kinhult produced a stunning second round to move clear of Jon Rahm and Justin Thomas.
Impressive Kinhult storms clear in France, © Getty Images

HNA Open de France 2018 - Round 1

Posted 5 years ago
Bradley Dredge battled the windy conditions at Le Golf National to take the opening round lead of the HNA Open de France.
Dredge edges clear at Le Golf National, © Getty Images

Fleetwood targeting unique double-double

Posted 5 years ago
Tommy Fleetwood can complete a unique double-double at this week’s HNA Open de France - the European Tour’s third Rolex Series event of 2018.
Fleetwood targeting unique double-double at HNA Open de France, © Getty Images

European Tour Schedule 2017-18

Posted 6 years ago
European Tour Schedule 2017-18
European Tour

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