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With a par on the only hole of sudden death, David Horsey emerged with the victory at the M2M Russian Open.
The Englishman served as the tournament's outright leader after both 18 and 36 holes. He co-led following 54 holes with Peter Whiteford of Scotland. Horsey then closed with an even-par 36-36=72 that featured a chip-in for eagle at the par-5 17th. (Whiteford blew up for a 3-over 38-37=75 to finish alone in fifth place.) With the door open, Ireland's Damien McGrane capitalized, carding a 6-under 33-33=66, but walked off with a bogey-5 at 18 to initiate the playoff. Alas, McGrane failed to get up and down from a greenside bunker on the same hole in it, allowing Horsey to take the title with a par. It's Horsey's third European Tour victory, his first since 2011. "I didn’t play that great today – it was a bit scrappy and I wasn’t holing the putts – but I managed to get the job done in the end," he surmised. Jul 27 - 11:12 AM

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David Horsey emerged victorious on the second hole of sudden death today at the Trophée Hassan II at Golf du Palais Royal and Golf de l'Océan in Agadir, Morocco.

Horsey completed regulation in 13-under-par 274 with Rhys Davies and Jaco Van Zyl. The Brit double-bogeyed the par-4 18th hole, but he also aced the par-3 second earlier in the day. He pured his approach at the second hole of the playoff -- a par 4 -- setting up an easy birdie. Davies had a chance to win it in regulation, but fanned on a four-footer for birdie. This is Horsey's second career title on the European Tour. He won last year's BMW International Open in Germany in late June.
Sun, Apr 3, 2011 01:22:00 PM

With an aggregate of 18-under-par 69-67-67-67=270, England's David Horsey won the BMW International Open in Munich, Germany by one stroke over fellow countryman, Ross Fisher.

Horsey started the day tied for fifth place and five strokes back of 54-hole leader, Bradley Dredge. The Welshman closed with a 74, and all other would-be challengers also failed to make a run. Alex Cejka was one of five golfers to finish two back of Horsey, who carded a bogey-free final round to clinch his first victory on the European Tour. The 25-year-old is now exempt on the circuit through 2012.
Sun, Jun 27, 2010 12:30:00 PM