Spain have taken victory at the inaugural International Crown. Entering Day Four a point behind leaders Japan, the Spanish team consisting of Carlota Ciganda, Beatriz Recari, Belen Mozo and Azahara Muñoz won all four of their singles matches to blow away the field.

Victory was secured when Thailand’s Maria Jutanugarn failed to convert this putt in her match against Mozo to seal Spain’s win.

A week after Rory McIlroy’s win at The Open, Bernhard Langer romped to victory at the Senior event at Royal Porthcawl. The German’s score of 18 under par meant he won by a massive 13 strokes ahead of his nearest challenger Colin Montgomerie. The victory means Langer has now won two Senior Open titles and four Senior majors in all.

On the PGA Tour Jim Furyk let another victory slip through his fingers at the RBC Canadian Open. The 54-year-old dominated the opening three rounds but was caught by Tim Clark on Sunday. South African Clark carded a final round 65 to overhaul Furyk and give him his first victory since the 2010’s Players Championship.

Furyk’s winless run stretches back four years - he’s nought from 7 when leading at the 54-hole stage since his win at the Tour Championship in 2010.

And finally there was a victory for David Horsey at the European Tour’s Russian Open. After finishing tied at 13 under with Damien McGrane after 72 holes the Englishman secured the win and his first title since 2011.

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