With both the World Tour Championship in Dubai and the Australian Masters this week, there’s been a lot of talk in the golf community. Henrik Stenson showed his skill by edging into the lead in the Race to Dubai by only one stroke, shooting an 8-under 64 Friday after two rounds at the season-ending World Tour Championship. If he wins the money title, Henrik will be only the second Swede in 76 years to do so.
Birdieing his first three holes and two of his final four holes, last year’s champion Adam Scott shared the lead with Nathan Holman at the Australian Masters on Friday, finishing at 5-under 66. Scott also won the Masters this year and the Australian PGA tournament last week. Can he keep his winning momentum going?
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