Last week on tour it was the Czech Masters and Wyndham Championship and Paul Peterson and Si Woo Kim were the big winners in fantasy golf

Fantasy Golf Round Up: Czech Masters and Wyndham

Last week was one for first-timers, with Paul Peterson winning in Prague and Si Woo Kim sealing the Wyndham Championship.

Peterson beat favourite Thomas Pieters by one after holing a 20-footer on the 72nd hole for his first European Tour victory.

Pieters needed to win and results to go his way to qualify for the European Ryder Cup team and was highly fancied after an excellent Olympic Games.

Czech Masters and Wyndham

The moment the winning putt went in for Peterson

Matt Fitzpatrick shot a closing 69 to finish 5th and take the final automatic spot on Darren Clarke’s team.

Related: Who should get a European Ryder Cup wildcard pick?

In North Carolina, Si Woo Kim won by five from Luke Donald for his first PGA Tour win.

The South Korean now moves up to 15th in the FedEx Cup which should see him through to the East Lake finale.

Each week the GM Tipster posts his betting tips. Last week he had his 13th winner of the season thanks to Ryan Moore and now stands at over 750 points up for the season.

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There are great prizes from Puma Cobra Golf to be won each and every week. This week’s prize is a Cobra Dry Tec bag and the prize for the month is a Limited Edition USPGA Tour Bag and a pair of Ignite shoes.

The leading points scorers last week in Fantasy Golf:

USA 1: Billy Horschel – PGA Tour – 275 points

USA 2: Paul Peterson – European Tour – 405 points

GB: Luke Donald – PGA Tour – 345 points

Ireland: Graeme McDowell – PGA Tour – 275 points

Scandinavia: Robert Karlsson – European Tour – 235 points

Rest of Europe: Thomas Pieters – European Tour – 345 points

Asia: Si Woo Kim – PGA Tour – 405 points

Africa: Rory Sabbatini – European Tour – 45 points

Australasia: Geoff Ogilvy – PGA Tour – 31 points

South America: Carlos Ortiz – PGA Tour – 5 points