Week 1 concluded at The Masters and Danny Willett, Jordan Spieth and Lee Westwood were the highest point-scorers. See who else scored high in our fantasy golf round up.

Fantasy golf began last week at the Masters where Danny Willett took the green jacket for his first major championship and became the leading point-scorer after week 1 on 607 points.

Willett’s bogey-free 67 left him on 5-under-par to win by three.

Jordan Spieth and Lee Westwood both finished T2nd and earned 517 points.

Spieth was leading by five going into the back nine but bogeyed 10 and 11 before making a seven on the par-3 12th to all-but end his Masters hopes.

There’s still time to sign up for week 2 where you can win a Cobra S/S cap.

The prize for the month is a Cobra Tour Bag and Rickie Fowler’s Sunday outfit at The Masters.

Fantasy Golf Round up:

The leader after week 1 is ‘Chunk and Run’ with 3179 points, second is Green Jacket Chasers with 3014 and in third place is Fantasy Shanks also with 3014 points.

Chunk and Run had three of the top four in his team: winner Danny Willett, his captain Jordan Spieth who came T2nd, and Dustin Johnson who ended up T4th.

The winner also had Rory McIlroy, Rafa Cabrera-Bello, Jason Day, Hideki Matsuyama and Emiliano Grillo who were all the leading point-scorers in their respective categories.

In fact, in Chunk and Run’s team only Branden Grace of Africa and Henrik Stenson of Scandinavia were not the top point-scorers in their category.

Fantasy Golf round up week 1

Chunk and Run’s winning team

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This week the PGA Tour goes to Hilton Head in South Carolina with the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town Golf Links whilst the European Tour heads to Valderrama for the Open de España hosted by the Sergio Garcia Foundadtion.

The leading point-scorers per category for week 1:

USA 1: Jordan Spieth – 517 points

USA 2: Dustin Johnson & J.B Holmes – 442 points

GB: Danny Willet (Winner) – 607 points

Ireland: Rory McIlroy – 262 points

Scandinavia: Soren Kjeldsen – 352 points

Rest of Europe: Rafa Cabrera-Bello – 97 points

Asia: Hideki Matsuyama – 352 points

Africa: Louis Oosthuizen – 127 points

Australasia: Jason Day – 262 points

South America: Emiliano Grillo – 97 points