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Topic - Ross Fisher
English golfer Ross Fisher secured his first European Tour title in four years with a three-shot victory in the Tshwane Open on Sunday.
English golfer Ross Fisher was close to his first European Tour title in four years after extending his lead to five shots in the Tshwane Open on Saturday.
Ross Fisher of England stormed home with an eagle-birdie-birdie-par finish to grab a one-shot lead in the Tshwane Open after the second round on Friday.
Halfway through the Wyndham Championship, the young guys have taken over.
Fisher, who now has five European Tour titles, said "I'm just thrilled to get over the line. It was a testing day with the weather conditions and playing with Mike he put up a great challenge for me."
"It would be nice to win in a good fashion because I feel like the game is good enough to win by a good number of strokes," Fisher said.