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18.04.2015 - The Board of the PGA European Tour is pleased to announce the appointment of Keith Pelley as its new Chief Executive Officer.

Keith Pelley unveiled as new Chief Executive of The European Tour

Keith Pelley unveiled as new Chief Executive of The European Tour

The Board of the PGA European Tour is pleased to announce the appointment of Keith Pelley as its new Chief Executive Officer, effective this summer. This follows the announcement in November 2014 that George O’Grady would be stepping down from the role.

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23.03.2015 - A month after his official appointment to the role, European Ryder Cup Captain Darren Clarke met the media.

Darren Clarke: Ryder Cup Captaincy is 'highest honour'

Darren Clarke: Ryder Cup Captaincy is 'highest honour'

The 46 year old Irishman has, of course, the game’s greatest prize – The Open Championship – already in his trophy cabinet back home, but away from the playing side, Clarke took time out to reflect on what it meant to him to be given the task of retaining The Ryder Cup for Europe.

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22.02.2015 - Ladies European Tour: Interview mit Lydia Ko

Nach ihrem Sieg stand Lydia Ko Rede und Antwort

Nach ihrem Sieg stand Lydia Ko Rede und Antwort

Als Nummer eins der Wektrangliste trug sich Lydia Ko bei den ISPS HANDA Women´s Australian Open erneut in die Siegerliste ein. Nach dem Event gab sie eine ausführliche Pressekonferrenz:

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01.02.2015 - Rory McIlroy claimed his first title of 2015.

Glory for Rory in Dubai

Glory for Rory in Dubai

Rory McIlroy claimed his first title of 2015 after the Northern Irishman steamrolled his way to victory at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic, thanks to a composed and clinical display befitting of the world’s number one golfer. Leading by four shots entering the final day at the Emirates Golf Club, the 25 year old was a steady and assured presence despite a relatively unspectacular level par front nine.

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25.01.2015 - Several prominent figures behind golf’s eagerly-awaited return to the Olympic Games joined forces.

All systems go for golf’s return to Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro

All systems go for golf’s return to Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro

Several prominent figures behind golf’s eagerly-awaited return to the Olympic Games joined forces at the PGA Show with Major Champions, Graeme McDowell and Suzann Pettersen in Florida, in providing an upbeat assessment of the state of play with only 19 months left until the first tee shot in Rio de Janeiro.

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12.01.2015 - The European Challenge Tour’s increasing strength, stability and diversity is reflected by its 2015 schedule.

Challenge Tour’s 2015 schedule reflects stability and diversity

Challenge Tour’s 2015 schedule reflects stability and diversity

The European Challenge Tour’s comprises 25 tournaments across 20 different countries and builds on the unprecedented success of the 2014 campaign. Following a year in which seven former Challenge Tour alumni represented the victorious European Team at The 2014 Ryder Cup, 2013 graduate Brooks Koepka rose to prominence on The European Tour and a record €6.5 million was on offer on the second tier, 2015 promises to continue in that strong vein.

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01.01.2015 - European Tour appoints Jutta af Rosenborg and Sophie Goldschmidt as Non-Executive Directors.

European Tour appoints Jutta af Rosenborg and Sophie Goldschmidt

European Tour appoints Jutta af Rosenborg and Sophie Goldschmidt

Jutta af Rosenborg and Sophie Goldschmidt have been appointed as Non-Executive Directors of The PGA European Tour effective January 1, 2015. These appointments, which will shape the future of the Tour, come as a result of the Strategic Review and Board restructuring that is currently underway.

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15.12.2014 - Colin Montgomerie revisited a familiar end of season feeling when he was officially crowned the European Senior Tour’s Number One player in Mauritius.

Colin Montgomerie lifts the John Jacobs Trophy

Colin Montgomerie lifts the John Jacobs Trophy

The Scot signed off a sensational 2014 season by receiving the John Jacobs Trophy after finishing sixth in the MCB Tour Championship, winning an Order of Merit crown for the ninth time in his illustrious career, having topped the European Tour’s money list a record eight times.

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25.11.2014 - American Brooks Koepka has emulated the achievement of his close friend Peter Uihlein 12 months ago after being named the 2014 Sir Henry Cotton European Tour Rookie of the Year.

Brooks Koepka named 2014 European Tour Rookie of the Year

Brooks Koepka named 2014 European Tour Rookie of the Year

Brooks Koepka finished in eighth position on The Race to Dubai in his first full season on The European Tour, winning the Turkish Airlines Open by the Ministry of Youth and Sports, the penultimate event of the Final Series, and recording four other top ten finishes to amass an impressive 2,631,873 points.

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17.11.2014 - For the second time in an increasingly prolific career, Rory McIlroy has won The Race to Dubai after a superb season.

Magnificent McIlroy claims another Race to Dubai crown

Magnificent McIlroy claims another Race to Dubai crown

With 2,726,514 points now separating Rory McIlroy and Henrik Stenson in second place, and 1,666,600 on offer to the winner of next week’s season-ending DP World Tour Championship, Dubai, the World Number One has already built an unassailable lead in The Race to Dubai and becomes the youngest player in history to win The European Tour’s money list twice.

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