2017 PGA

Sousa Floating trophy

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Closest to the pin -Manolo

Longest drive -Manolo

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COMPETITIONS

Unstopable Paul does it again

Road to 100

2017 PGA

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2016/17 TOUR

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Challenge Cup rd5

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Paul has taken a liking to podium finishes.

At Heron Banks, Paul had his second consecutive tournament victory claiming the 2017 PGA with 32 points.

Joe, the defending champion finished in second place, one point back.

Third place went to Joao who finished the day on 29 points.

 

 

Manolo peaks at the right time
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Back to back major victories has given Manolo his second career major title after winning the 2017 Winter Golf Challenge.

Manolo took control from day 1, he finished his round at Champagne Sports GC atop the leaderboard with 29 points, three points in front of Joao. A total of 35 points at Monk's Cowl on the final day gave a tournament score of 64 points. Sousa finished in second place on 54points pipping Seraf on a countout.

 

 

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Double delight for Paul

Paul not only claimed his first Challenge Cup tournament victory this season at Observatory, he now is the outright leader of the 2016/17 Challenge Cup series.

The quartet of Paul, Manolo, Mike and Sousa arrived at halfway two points apart.

Paul finished the strongest, 30 points was enough to pip mike by one to take the trophy.

Mike ended on 29 points in second place a single point ahead of third place Manolo.