Charley Hoffman's Valero Texas Open win earned him 405 fantasy golf points which was equalled by Shenzhen International winner Soomin Lee in week 3

Week 3 of Fantasy Golf saw the Valero Texas Open on the PGA Tour and the Shenzhen International on the European Tour.

Charley Hoffman sealed his fourth PGA Tour title as he won the Valero Texas Open at TPC San Antonio where he birdied the 72nd hole to secure a one-stroke victory over Patrick Reed.

In China, Soomin Lee won the Shenzhen International by two strokes after a birdie on 16 and an eagle on 17 as he completed his final holes on Monday morning.

Fantasy Golf Soomin Lee

Soomin Lee and his Dad with the Shenzhen International trophy

Joost Luiten has now finished second two weeks running on the European Tour to once again pick up 345 points. Brandon Stone was also T2nd.

This week’s Fantasy Golf prize is a Puma Script belt and the prize for the month is a Cobra Tour Bag and Rickie Fowler’s Sunday Masters outfit.

Currently leading after week 3 is ‘Boddington’ with 6222 points – he had Soomin Lee, Joost Luiten, Brandon Stone and Fabrizio Zanotti who were all the leading points scorers in their categories.

Second-place is ‘Jersey Beans’ with 5461 points, ahead of ‘popcorn2’ in third place on 5352 points.

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The leading point-scorers per category for Fantasy Golf week 3:

USA 1: Charley Hoffman (winner) – 405 points

USA 2: Patrick Reed – 352 points

GB: Lee Slattery – 292 points

Ireland: Padraig Harrington – 15 points

Scandinavia: Thorbjorn Olesen – 260 points

Rest of Europe: Joost Luiten -345 points

Asia: Soomin Lee (winner) – 405 points

Africa: Brandon Stone – 342 points

Australasia: Scott Hend – 292 points

South America: Fabrizio Zanotti – 72 points

This week the European Tour hosts the Volvo China Open at Topwin Golf and Country Club.

Last year’s tournament was won by Wu Ashun.

On the PGA Tour it’s the Zurich Classic of New Orleans at TPC Louisiana.

Justin Rose will defend the title he won last year.