Marcel Siem records fourth European Tour Title

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First up we have the European Tour where Marcel Siem beat Alexander Levy and Ross Fisher to claim victory with a play off at the BMW Masters in Shanghai. The German recorded his fourth European Tour title after Levy and Fisher were unable to compete with his birdie chip on the 18th Siem will now make his way to the Sheshan International Golf Club to take his place in the WGC- HSBC Champions this Thursday.

Over to the PGA Tour where Ryan Moore sunk an impressive eight birdies on the final day of the CIMB Classic at the Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club in Malaysia. The defending champion won his fourth PGA Tour title with his triumph.

Inbee Park beat Stacy Lewis by two shots to claim victory at the LPGA Taiwan Championship in Taipei. The win tops off a busy month for Park, who married the love of her life, her swing coach, and also regained number 1 spot from Lewis just six days ago. Park described the victory a “wedding gift to herself”.

And finally, legal proceedings against some of his formers advisors, after allegedly being the victim of a $3million scam. Johnson who would have been defending his WGC HSBC Champions title this week is due to return on tour in the new year after taking time off to deal with some personal problems.

That's all for today, we'll be back tomorrow but in the meantime head to our website or get in touch via facebook, twitter or Instagram. Bye for now.

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