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Golfing World News - June 30

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We start in Cologne, Germany. At the BMW International Open, where Paraguayan Fabrizio Zanotti triumphed in a spectacular playoff with Henrik Stenson, Rafa Cabrera-Bello and Gregory Havret on the 5th playoff hole.

With this win Zanotti became the first recorded winner from Paraguay on the European Tour.

Next we head to the PGA Tour, where England's very own Justin Rose clinched victory with a par on the first playoff hole against Shawn Stefani to win the Quicken Loans National. This is Justin's first win since his US Open Victory in 2013.

Now to the LPGA Tour, and the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship where, after coming runner up in the Women’s US Open at Pinehurst last week, Stacey Lewis captured her third victory this year with a total of 12 under par, one clear of rising star Lydia KO.

Finally we leave the professional game for the amateur game and head to Walton Heath Golf Club in Surrey and the Palmer Cup, playing almost the identical format to the Ryder Cup, Team Europe Captained by Andrew Coltart managed to capture 8 and half out of 10 points on the final day to beat their American counterparts 18 and a half to 11 and a half.

That’s all for now though, but join us again tomorrow. In the meantime follow us on Twitter @Golfingworldtv and we’re on Facebook and Instagram too, thanks for watching.

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