European Tour chief executive Keith Pelley has forcecast the Tour will have a competitive floodlit golf event — or possibly even a floodlit tournament — at the Turkish Airlines Open next year.
Jason Day ended up on his knees in pain but fought on to beat Graeme McDowell 3 and 2 on the opening day of the WGC-Dell Match Play at Austin Country Club in Texas.
Rory McIlroy was brought crashing back to earth on the second day of the Memorial Tournament as he carded a six-over-par 78 to tumble down the leaderboard.
The US Open-winning duo of Rory McIlroy and Justin Rose have been familiarising themselves with next week’s British Open host venue at Muirfield.
Former champion Thomas Levet today suffered a nightmare start to his first round as the Alstom Open de France got under way in Paris.
Two days after matching his best ever European Tour round, Scotland's Stephen Gallacher amazingly went one better in Dubai today.
Sergio Garcia and Martin Kaymer, Ryder Cup team-mates who both ended last year lifting a trophy, are part of a four-way tie for the halfway lead at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters.
Welshman Jamie Donaldson, the man who recently sent Robert Rock a picture of his US Masters invitation just to wind him up, has now succeeded him as winner of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.
Welshman Jamie Donaldson, who waited 11 years and 255 events for his first European Tour victory at the Irish Open last July, added another today when he won the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship by one shot.
Justin Rose was in bunkers on the opening two holes, but emerged from them with his two-stroke overnight lead intact on the final day of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.
It did not take long for Justin Rose to lose the lead when he resumed the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship today – but it was a surprise who took top spot off him.
Tiger Woods was hit with a controversial two-stroke penalty today and is now poised to join world number one Rory McIlroy in missing the halfway cut at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.
Justin Rose came out of the shadows of Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy again today to underline what a force he has also become in golf.
Charl Schwartzel and Sergio Garcia end the year 14th and 16th in the world respectively after their weekend wins in South Africa and Malaysia.
Ernie Els has lavished praise on fellow South African Branden Grace today ahead of the final round of the Dunhill Links Championship at St Andrews.
It may have been dubbed ’Car-nasty’ in 1999, but Carnoustie appeared to be holding no fears for Dunhill Links pace-setter Branden Grace today.
Branden Grace holds the biggest halfway lead of the European Tour season after a second-round 67 in the Dunhill Links Championship at St Andrews today.
Graeme McDowell already has a dream pairing in his mind for tomorrow’s final round of the Open Championship – but it is with former college rival Brandt Snedeker and not Tiger Woods.
Northern Ireland’s “Big Three” were battling through heavy rain to try to stay in touch with the leaders of the Irish Open at Royal Portrush today.
It took Darren Clarke just two holes to leap 29 places in the Irish Open at Royal Portrush today – despite the pouring rain.
When Shane Lowry rolled in an eight foot putt at the 13th for his seventh birdie of the day, all the signs were that he was on his way to a first victory on the European Tour as a professional.
Rory McIlroy promised never to make the same mistake again after a two-shot penalty cost him a share of the halfway lead at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship today.
Rory McIlroy incurred a careless two-stroke penalty today to put a big dent in his title hopes at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.
Lee Westwood refused to concede defeat to a neck problem as the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship continued today.
PETER LAWRIE leads the Irish charge at the Scottish Open after day one at Castle Stuart near Inverness.
JUMPING in a lake to celebrate his French Open win has put Thomas Levet out of this week’s Scottish Open — and quite possibly the British Open as well.
THOMAS LEVET described himself as living out a dream yesterday when he finally captured the French Open championship 25 years after first playing in it.
Thomas Levet described himself as living out a dream today when he finally captured the French Open championship 25 years after first playing in it.
England’s James Morrison handed the lead to Australian Richard Green with a desperately disappointing start to his Alstom French Open third round today.
England’s James Morrison leads the Alstom French Open, two days after he nearly pulled out of it through illness.
DAMIEN McGRANE was among four golfers disqualified from the Alstom French Open in Paris yesterday.
Ernie Els claimed a fifth South African Open title after his final-round six-under-par 63 helped him edge out another former champion, Retief Goosen, by a shot in Durban.
Retief Goosen stormed into a four-shot lead with two holes still to play in his first round at a rain-affected South African Open in Durban today.
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