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by Mike Cullity

Tyrrell Hatton is officially on a roll.

The 26-year-old Englishman traveled from the Home of Golf to the Grand Prix hub of Monza, Italy, last week and won his second consecutive European Tour start. Seven days after his repeat triumph at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at St Andrews, Hatton birdied the 72nd hole to win the Italian Open, the fifth of eight tournaments on the tour’s lucrative Rolex Series.

After a promising spring and a barren summer, Hatton is enjoying a fabulous fall. In the past two weeks, he has jumped from 33rd to fifth in the Race to Dubai Rankings, trailing only Ross Fisher, Jon Rahm, Sergio García and Tommy Fleetwood with five events remaining.

Hatton’s heroics trumped Fisher’s Sunday sizzle for the second week in a row. After coming up three strokes shy in St Andrews, where he broke the Old Course record with a closing 61, Fisher was second again in Italy, one stroke back after a Sunday 63. An Englishman 10 years Hatton’s senior, Fisher is clearly on form and will bear further watching as the season wanes.

In Malaysia, Pat Perez kicked off the PGA Tour’s Asian swing by winning the CIMB Classic. The 41-year-old veteran, who at this time last year was ranked outside the top 300 in the world following shoulder surgery, was projected to move into the top 20 with the victory.

And in South Korea, Jin Young Ko won her first LPGA title, the KEB Hana Bank Championship. Paired in her homeland with celebrated compatriots Sung Hyun Park and In Gee Chun, the 22-year-old prevailed despite two early bogeys and served notice that Lydia isn’t the only Ko of consequence.

 

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