Thorbjorn Olesen and Emilano Grillo emerged as winners Sunday.
Olesen (18-under) secured the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in Scotland for his third career European Tour title. He finished two shots clear of Americans Brooks Koepka and Chris Stroud.
Olesen became the first player from Denmark to win the championship. He opened the week at No. 155 in the Official World Golf Ranking and 124th in the Race to Dubai standings.
For Grillo, the Argentina-born professional held on to win the Web.com Tour Championship in Florida. The European Tour regular, who played spot starts on the PGA Tour in 2015, now has full PGA Tour membership for next season.
Bernd Wiesberger and Chris Wood also logged Top 10s in Scotland.
Other Golf News:
- Koepka, the best-ranked player in the European Tour field at No. 17, finished 64-67 on the weekend but came up short. American Stewart Cink, a former Open champion, also logged a Top 10 at the event.
- South Korea hosts the Presidents Cup next week pitting the U.S. team, headlined by Jordan Spieth, against the International squad led by Jason Day.
- The LPGA Tour returns Thursday for the Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia. Shanshan Feng is the defending champion in Kuala Lumpur.
- The European Tour hosts the return of the British Masters by Sky Sports next week in England.