This week's winners and losers from the golf world

Photo of This week's winners and losers from the golf world


Jordan Spieth

The Texan almost threw away the tournament on Sunday, but made a great up-and-down on the 72nd hole to force a playoff with Daniel Berger. In overtime, Spieth hit an incredible bunker shot to win his 10th career PGA Tour title.

Harry Ellis

Ellis claimed the British Amateur on Saturday, beating Dylan Perry in the final at Royal St. George's. Ellis was four down with five to go, but fought back to force extra holes, and then won it with a par on the 38th hole of the match. The victory earns him a trip to this year's Open Championship, as well as the 2018 U.S. Open, and likely an invite to the Masters. "I just want to soak up the experience there and get as much from it as I possibly can," Ellis told the Golf Channel. "It has always been a dream to play in majors, and I get to play in three now. My game is in a good place so hopefully I can do something there. For me I just want to soak it in."

Andres Romero

Romero won the BMW International Open in Munich on Sunday, thanks to a bogey-free 65, edging Thomas Detry, Richard Bland, and Sergio Garcia by one stroke. The win is the 36-year-old's first European Tour title since the 2007 Deutsche Bank Players' Championship of Europe. "I'm really happy, after ten years winning on the European Tour, especially here in Germany. I'm really, really happy," Romero told

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