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Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño's back nine was a struggle, but in shooting level-par 33-38=71 he saved his card with a 4-under 209 total and a three-way share of fifth in the Andalucia Valderrama Masters.

The veteran Spaniard ended the week sat alongside Lee Westwood and Maximillian Kieffer, fully eight swings back of winner Sergio Garcia, but that won't bother him too much. Nor will the lurch through the back nine. He had made two birdies (at the second and third) plus seven pars to the turn. But then it went haywire. There was a double bogey-7 at the 11th, followed by birdie-2. Bogey at 14 imperilled his card-chase, birdie at 17 revived it, bogey at 18 thrust him into the danger area again. Eventually it was enough. He rose 21 spots to 104th in the rankings. Other card savers were Richie Ramsay (T11 for the week; a move of nine spots to 115th) and David Horsey (T42 for the week; he stayed on the number at 116th). Adrien Saddier's T29 could only see him rise from 122nd to 119th.
Oct 22 - 7:59 AM

Ashley Chesters notched a European Tour career-best finish with a final round of 1-over-par 37-35=72 in the Andalucia Valderrama Masters, good for a total of 5-under 208 and solo fourth.

Admittedly the English sophomore ended the week seven swings back of his final round playing partner Sergio Garcia, but in the end it was not a bad performance. Starting the final round Sunday four swings back he had doubled the margin with back-to-back double bogeys at the third and fourth. However his first response was smart: birdies at five and six. And having slept on that start he resumed Monday morning and ticked 14 and 17 before a bogey at 18. The result bettered his T7 at this year's Shotclock Masters as his finest at this level and saw him rise 21 places on the Race to Dubai. He is now 67th.
Oct 22 - 7:51 AM

Mikko Korhonen's career-best year continued apace with a 4-under-par 32-35=67 sealing solo third on 6-under 207 in the Andalucia Valderrama Masters, six shots back of winner Sergio Garcia.

The Finn was never a serious challenger for the trophy, but he is now in line for a first visit to Jumeirah for the seasonal finale (the DP World Tour Championship) after a campaign that has witnessed a maiden win at this level and another three top three finishes. He is now 40th on the Race to Dubai. In the final round, disrupted as was the entire week by bad weather, he exchanged three early birdies (at the first, third and fourth) with a bogey at the second. Thereafter it was one way traffic as he ticked the eighth and 16th. A stark contrast to his course debut 12 months ago when he went 73-77 to miss the cut.
Oct 22 - 7:45 AM

Shane Lowry relocated his best form, confirmed when his 5-under-par 32-34=66 earned him an 8-under total of 205 and solo second, four swings behind Sergio Garcia in the Andalucia Valderrama Masters.

Just under a year ago Lowry was second in the DP World Tour Championship, a result that seemed to augur well for 2018 and yet it has not happened. Splitting his time between the top two circuits saw him under-perform on both. He was T6 in the Portugal Masters but that was his only top ten since that Dubai result. One thing is for sure, the Irishman sure does like the southern Spanish layout. It is his fourth visit, a fourth top 20 and it betters his T4 in 2011. He thrashed three front birdies (at the fourth, fifth and seventh), added a hat-trick of red straight after the turn (10, 11 and 12), made a double bogey-5 at the 15th, but bounced back with a final tick at the 18th. He rises to 43rd on the Race to Dubai.
Oct 22 - 7:36 AM

Sergio Garcia claimed his 15th European Tour title when a 2-under-par 35-34=69 sealed a four-shot triumph over Shane Lowry on 12-under 201 in the Andalucia Valderrama Masters in Spain.

No less than three of those titles has come at Valderrama and all of them in his last four starts. Moreover he now owns 13 top ten finishes on the RTJ Sr track in just 14 appearances. It was a long and drawn out week however. Play was finally completed - and only 54 holes at that - on Monday morning. Garcia had a comfortable lead and he rarely looked like frittering it away. In all he made one birdie (at the fourth) and one bogey (at the fifth) on his final round front nine, then there were three ticks on the way home (at 10, 14 and 17) against one dropped shot at the 13th. It's been a curious year for the Spaniard. It started with a win in Singapore, he endured a 0-for-4 major record, lost form, earned a Ryder Cup captaincy pick, broke records there, and now looks set for a neat end-of-season run in.
Oct 22 - 7:30 AM

Already shortened to 54 holes, the Valderrama Masters will need Monday to complete the final round as play was called for the day, due to inclement weather, with action set to resume at 9:10 a.m. local time on Monday morning.

This was a somewhat likely scenario all week as inclement weather has been harassing the event since the start. For a brief moment, it looked like there was a window today for them to return to the course but it didn't turn out that way. The horn sounded at 1:49 p.m. local time today right as Lee Westwood was attempting to come from behind and steal this trophy away from Sergio Garcia who currently leads by three strokes (11 holes remaining in his round). As for Westwood, he birdied four of the opening eight holes today before play was halted. With this being the final event that of the regular season, there will be plenty of important Race to Dubai movement when play resumes tomorrow morning. You can follow along via the Race to Dubai Predictor.
Oct 21 - 1:12 PM

Playing in the first group of the day off No. 1 tee, World No. 63 Adam Hadwin painted an 8-under-par 34-30=64 in the final round of THE CJ CUP @ NINE BRIDGES to conclude his second appearance (T47/2018) on 10-under 278, up 21 spots to T10, 11 shy of overnight leader and champion Brooks Koepka.

The 30-year-old notches his first top 10 of the season in two starts (MC/Safeway) and first since T9 at the 2018 WGC-Mexico 18 starts ago. After opening with 71-71-72, he began T31 on 2-under, five short of the overnight top 10. The Louisville alum found 10 (of 14) fairways and 14 greens in regulation, posting a sterling 1.357 putts per GIR. He squared a lone bogey-4 at hole 8, outflanked by nine birdies, including five straight at 11-15. For the week, the Canadian tallied 18 birdies versus eight bogeys. He is in the published field at this coming week's WGC-HSBC, where he finished T65 on debut last year.
Oct 21 - 11:40 AM

Beginning off No. 10 tee and making his season debut, World No. 43 Adam Scott smoothed a bogey-free, 9-under-par 33-30=63 in the final round of THE CJ CUP @ NINE BRIDGES to wrap his second appearance (25th/2018) on 10-under 278, up 33 places to T10, a distant 11 in arrears of overnight leader and champion Brooks Koepka.

Five Aussies competed with three finishing in the top 10, four in the top 20, including Marc Leishman's T18 after he won last week's CIMB. Scott, who skipped the CIMB in lieu of a T50 at the Japan Open, records his third top 10 in his last five starts, kicking off the run with a solo third at the PGA Championship, also won by Koepka. On 11 (of 14) fairways and 15 greens in regulation, the 38-year-old bagged seven birdies and a walk-off eagle-3. At the time he signed his card, he tied the course record, but it was eclipsed later by Ryan Palmer's 62. For the week, Scott posted rounds of 75-69-71-63 and totaled two eagles, T1 in that stat, and 17 birdies against nine bogeys and one double.
Oct 21 - 11:26 AM
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