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now leads the drivers' championship by 13 points. The next race is the Spanish Grand Prix in two weeks time. French golfer Alexander Levy has made history this.
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the Spanish Grand Prix in two weeks' time. French golfer Alexander Levy has made history this morning at the China Open. He won the tournament in great style, beating Dylan Frittelli on a play-off after both had finished on 17-under par. A brilliant putt. He's the first player to win the tournament twice,.
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French golfer Alexander Levy has made history this morning at the China Open. He won the tournament in great style - beating Dylan Frittelli on a play off after both had finished on 17 under par. He's the first player to win the tournament twice - adding to his victory in 2014. Its his fourth title on the European Tour
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boxes and tonight he'd diesel and an old, yes, but lacking. French golfer Alexander Levy has made history this morning at the China Open. He won the tournament in great style - beating Dylan Frittelli on a play off after both had finished on 17 under par. He's the first player to win the tournament twice - adding to his victory in 2014
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French golfer Alexander Levy has made history this morning at the China Open. And he did it in style - holing this birdie putt to beat Dylan Frittelli in a play-off after both had finished on 17 under par. He's the first player to win the tournament twice - adding to his victory in 2014. It's his fourth title on the European Tour
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French golfer Alexander Levy has made history this morning at the China Open. And he did it in style, holing this birdie putt to beat Dylan Frittelli in a play-off after both had finished on 17 under par. He's the first player to win the tournament twice, adding to his victory in 2014. It's his fourth title on the European Tour
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NEW ORLEANS: Jordan Spieth and fellow American Ryan Palmer birdied three of their final five holes to grab a share of the lead after the opening-round foursomes matches at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans on Thursday. World number five Spieth and good friend Palmer combined for an alternate-shot, six-under-par 66 that left them tied atop the leaderboard with Kyle Stanley and Australian Ryan Ruffels. South Korean K.J. Choi and compatriot Charlie Wi were one of four teams sitting one shot off the pace at the TPC Louisiana. The revamped tournament featuring 80 two-man teams was approved last November as a way to introduce team competition into the regular PGA Tour schedule. Spieth and Palmer only ended up team mates for the event after a casual round of golf last November with their caddies Michael Greller and James Edmondson. Edmondson, a former college golfer and four-time club champion from Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, told Spieth that if he beat the twice major champion over 18 holes then he would have to partner up with Palmer.
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reacting to Tottenham's 4-2 defeat to Chelsea. Chelsea winning the semifinal and through to the FA Cup final. English golfer Ian Poulter has lost his US Tour card after failing to make the cut on day two of the Texas Open. Poulter needed to make eagle on the 18th but found himself in a spot of bother, needing to take his shoes.
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