James Hahn earned 405 fantasy golf points with his win at the Wells Fargo Championship which was matched by Trophee Hassan II winner Jeunghun Wang

Fantasy Golf Round up

Fantasy Golf week five is now in the books and James Hahn and Jeunghun Wang were the leading points scorers after wins in Charlotte, North Carolina and Rabat, Morocco.

Hahn won the Wells Fargo Championship on the PGA Tour in a play-off by defeating Roberto Castro on the first-extra hole.

On the European Tour there was also a play-off, as Jeunghun Wang won the Trophee Hassan II by defeating Spain’s Nacho Elvira.

The leading player for week 5 was ‘Jersey Beans’ who had top-scoring Irishman Rory McIlroy as captain as well as top-scoring Englishman Justin Rose.

Jersey Beans wins a Cobra King bag and towel.

The prize for the month is a Cobra King Utility Iron or a King Baffler F6 Fairway Wood.

Cobra King Utility Fantasy golf round up

Cobra’s brand new adjustable King Utility Iron

Fantasy golf week 6 is now here and here are the GM Fantasy Tipster’s picks.

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There are great prizes from Puma Cobra Golf to be won each and every week.

Here were fantasy golf week 5’s leading points scorers:

USA 1: James Hahn (PGA Tour) – 405 points

Phil Mickelson Fantasy golf round up

Mickelson’s 66 left him in a tie for fourth

USA 2: Phil Mickelson (PGA Tour) – 295 points

GB: Justin Rose (PGA Tour), Robert Rock (European Tour) – 315 points

Justin Rose Fantasy golf round up

Justin Rose finished third at Quail Hollow on 8-under-par, one shot off the play-off

Ireland: Rory McIlroy (PGA Tour) – 295 points

Scandinavia: Johan Carlsson (European Tour) – 75 points

Rest of Europe: Nacho Elvira (European Tour) – 345 points

Nacho Elvira Fantasy golf round up

Elvira came agonisingly close to his first European Tour victory

Asia: Jeunghun Wang (European Tour) – 405 points

Africa: Retief Goosen (PGA Tour), Dean Burmester (European Tour) – 95 points

Australasia: Danny Lee (PGA Tour) – 195 points

South America: Fabian Gomez (PGA Tour) – 195 points