Fantasy Golf Round Up: Week eight saw Jordan Spieth and Chris Wood each pick up 405 points with their wins

Fantasy Golf Round up

Chris Wood sealed his third and biggest ever European Tour win at the weekend at the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.

The Bristolian played the front-nine in 29 and despite a three-over-par back nine he clinched the title by a stroke at nine-under.

On the PGA Tour, Jordan Spieth birdied the final three holes to win his first PGA Tour title in his home state of Texas.

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Spieth had just nine putts on his closing half

Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy and Jason Day all head into this week’s Memorial Tournament hosted by Jack Nicklaus coming off the back of wins after Day’s Players Championship win and Rory McIlroy’s Irish Open triumph.

The prize for week eight was a PUMA Golf Fade Cap.

Congratulations to ‘Forebandits’ who was the team of the month with 6802 points and will win a Cobra King Utility Iron or a Cobra King F6 Baffler fairway wood.

As week nine looms, month three begins where a limited edition Cobra US Open tour bag and two tickets for the Open Championship at Troon are the monthly prizes.

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Here were the highest scoring players for week eight:

USA 1: Harris English (PGA Tour)

USA 2: Jordan Spieth (PGA Tour) – 405 points

GB: Chris Wood (European Tour) – 405 points

Ireland: Graeme McDowell (European Tour) – 5 points

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Karlberg’s seven-under-par 65 was the best score on the final day as he finished second alone on eight-under

Scandinavia: Rikard Karlberg (European Tour) – 345 points

Rest of Europe: Julian Quesne (European Tour) – 295 points

Asia: Anirban Lahiri (PGA Tour) – 255 points

Africa: Thomas Aiken (European Tour) – 295 points

Australasia: Marc Leishman (PGA Tour) – 115 points

South America: Felipe Aguilar (European Tour) – 5 points