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Tyrrell Hatton has a well-known fiery temper and he once again documented this on the PGA Tour on Sunday.
Sean Crocker, Nicolai Hojgaard, Min Woo Lee and Wilco Nienaber broke the record for the ' Fastest holes of golf by a team of four'.
Jon Rahm bowed out early to the surprise of everyone, but it's two men from England who are chasing the title at Real Club Valderrama.
Although the World No. 1 shot a better score than the first round in Spain, he won't be playing at the weekend at Valderrama.
The Spaniard struggled in his first round at the Estrella Damm N.A Andalucia Masters, but showed the world why we love him.
Jon Rahm returned to the European Tour at Valderrama on Thursday but plummeted down the leaderboard with a staggering 78.
Jon Rahm will peg it up this week as the European Tour heads to the acclaimed Valderrama layout.
Rafa Cabrera-Bello beat fellow Spaniard Adri Arnaus in a one-hole playoff to win the Acciona Open de España title.
The World No.1 has work to do if he is to achieve a three-peat at his home championship.
Jon Rahm is still in hot pursuit of history in Spain as he sits just one shot behind Wil Besseling after 36 holes.
Jon Rahm opened with an 8-under-par 63 at the Acciona Open de España, which he is aiming to win for the third consecutive year.
Jon Rahm WITB: check out the clubs in the bag of the Spaniard.
"I was discovering I'd dug myself a hole deeper than I realised and I'm not going to lie, I was gutted."
For years he was known as the world's best golfer not to win a major, but how much money has he got?
The tournament will be played at the Fire course at Jumeirah Golf Estates.
Is everyone else in the field just playing for second place?
Rhys Enoch may not have challenged for the title in Scotland, but he hit one of the shots of the week and possibly the season.
Guido Migliozzi hit a contender for the luckiest shot of the year on the final hole at St. Andrews on Sunday.
Danny Willett secured his first win on the European Tour in two years, finishing two shots clear of Tyrrell Hatton and Joakim Lagergren
Alex Noren was faced with an impossible task on the 17th hole at St. Andrews, but he hit an amazing shot.
Billy Horschel loves to play golf on British soil, but even he was swept away by the tough conditions at St. Andrews.
A faultless third round from the former Masters champion sees him take a three-shot lead going into the final round.
The Sheffield United fan hit back after he made a statement on his social media in the wake of Ryder Cup defeat.
Fleetwood and Danny Willett were the big movers on day two as Hatton continued his good form.