Graeme McDowell continued an amazing month for European golfers in Florida with a second round 63 in the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill today.
Representatives of North and South Korea met today for crucial talks, renewing optimism that Pyongyang could be persuaded to resume discussions on ending its nuclear programme after it walked out two years ago.
David Toms made a final-day comeback to claim his first PGA Tour title in five years as he enjoyed a one-shot victory over Charlie Wi at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial.
Europe ensured there will be all to play for on the final day of the Royal Trophy after Colin Montgomerie’s side battled back to lead 4 1/2 – 3 1/2 after today’s four-balls.
TREVOR FISHER JUNIOR held the lead at the halfway stage of the Africa Open after matching his opening-day effort with another 66 in East London to head into the weekend on 14-under-par.
Asia made a solid start in their bid to stage a successful defence of the Royal Trophy today after claiming a 2½-1½ advantage over Europe in the opening day's foursomes.
Asia have made a solid start to their defence of the Royal Trophy as they held the lead midway through the opening day's foursomes.
Sources in South Korea say the US is set to decide ’soon’ whether to accept North Korea’s offer of bilateral talks over its nuclear future.
South Korea's top nuclear envoy travelled to the US today for talks on how to convince North Korea to return to stalled international disarmament negotiations.
South Korea’s coast guard said it is drawing up guidelines on how to inspect North Korean ships suspected of carrying banned items – a move expected to enrage Pyongyang, which has warned it would consider such inspections a declaration of war.
Jose Maria Olazabal has called for a “special” performance as his European team seek to overturn a five-point deficit to defeat Asia and extend their 100% record in The Royal Trophy.
Europe faced an uphill task on the second afternoon of The Royal Trophy as Asia seemed set to extend their advantage in the four-balls today.
Asia were in the ascendancy midway through the opening day’s foursomes at The Royal Trophy as Europe squandered early advantages.
Will MacKenzie surged to the top of the leaderboard with a seven-under 64 during the second round at the £2m (€2.5m) John Deere Classic in Illinois.
Ken Duke and Charlie Wi each shot seven-under-par 64s to share a one-stroke lead after the first round of the John Deere Classic.
Padraig Harrington was disappointed not to have made more headway after finishing the third round of the Honda Classic tied for seventh.
Charlie Wi recovered from a shaky start to shoot a level par 70 and maintain a share of the lead after the second round of the Honda Classic in Florida.
Charlie Wi birdied his final two holes and holds the lead after yesterdays' first round of the Honda Classic.
Paul Casey is aiming to continue his love affair with China’s burgeoning golf scene as he sets out to successfully defend his TCL Classic title this weekend at the Yalong Bay Golf Club on the resort island of Hainan.
Korea’s Charlie Wi held his nerve to win the rain-shortened Maybank Malaysia Open in Kuala Lumpur today.
Northern Ireland's Graeme McDowell has dropped a shot at the ninth hole to lie one ahead of South Africa's Trevor Immelman.
Colin Montgomerie missed the cut at the Dubai Desert Classic for the first time in over a decade after slumping to a second-round 79 at Emirates Golf Club.
South Korea’s Charlie Wi has taken the lead at the Dubai Desert Classic after carding a five-under-par second-round 67 this morning.
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