Jordan Spieth claims record win at Hero World Challenge

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Jordan Spieth has continued his fine form by claiming back-to-back wins at the Hero World Challenge. The American was victorious at last weekend’s Australian Open, and was formidable at Isleworth Golf and Country Club. He recorded 29 biridies and an eagle on his way to winning the tournament by record 10 strokes. Spieth was a full 26 strokes ahead of tournament host Tiger Woods who finished tied for last. The 14-time major winner was suffering from a fever and was visibility ill on course but completed all four rounds on his comeback from a fourth month injury lay-off.

In South Africa, Danny Willet picked up his second European Tour Title with a convincing win at the Nedbank Golf Challenge. The Englishman holed six birdies on his way to a final round six under par 66, winning the tournament by four shots. Luke Donald will be disappointed with his final day, hitting one over 73, after leading the pack by one shot going into the round.

And finally, the LPGA Q school saw Cheyenne Woods earn her status on the tour for a tied 11th finish. Alison Lee and Minjee Lee shared top spot, but the action is not yet over. Play will continue today at the Daytona Beach course, as three players will battle for the twentieth and final spot in a sudden death play-off.

Well that’s it from us today, join us tomorrow with more news from the golfing world, meanwhile stay in touch by visiting and join us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Thanks for watching.

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