A three-under-par 67 earned Fred Couples a two-shot victory at the British Senior Open Championship at Turnberry.
Veteran Barry Lane admitted to first-tee nerves after having the honour of starting the Open at Royal Lytham.
Four days after winning a tournament to secure his place in the Open Championship, India’s Jeev Milkha Singh today continued where he left off in the first round at Royal Lytham.
American James Driscoll made the perfect start to the 141st Open Championship when play got under way in calm, overcast conditions at Royal Lytham this morning.
Second-ranked Rory McIlroy is with 2010 champion Louis Oosthuizen and reigning USPGA champion Keegan Bradley at the Open Championship.
Paul McGinley fully acknowledges he is widely regarded as a red-hot favourite to become the first Irish captain of the 2014 European Ryder Cup team.
The Mayo side for Sunday's Allianz Hurling League game against Meath shows two changes from the team which defeated Roscommon in the opening round a fortnight ago.
Rory McIlroy bounced straight back from his disappointing Open Championship by taking the early lead at the Irish Open in Killarney today.
SWEDEN’S Alexander Noren cruised to his third European Tour title despite a closing round of 77 in Stockholm yesterday.
Sweden’s Ryder Cup player Peter Hanson birdied three of the closing seven holes to make it a four-way tie for the lead when the second round of the Barclays Scottish Open was finally able to continue at Castle Stuart near Inverness.
Lee Westwood started the Barclays Scottish Open with a seven-under-par 65 at the new Castle Stuart links near Inverness today.
England’s Chris Paisley and Indian Gaganjeet Bhullar have been given the last two invitation spots to the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles this week.
Five years after beating Tiger Woods down the stretch to become US Open champion New Zealand’s Michael Campbell finds himself in a very different battle in Scotland tomorrow.
Four days after Rhys Davies won in Morocco, the Welsh flag was flying high again in Malaga this morning – thanks this time to Bradley Dredge.
An overwhelmed Andrew Dodt was delighted to close out his maiden European Tour title after the Australian carded a final round of 68 to win the Avantha Masters by a stroke.
David Drysdale and Andrew Dodt shared the lead on 13 under par as the final round of the Avantha Masters in Delhi reached the halfway point but with 11 players separated by just two strokes, a dramatic finish at DLF Golf and Country Club was in store.
Englishman Richard Bland was one of the biggest third-round movers as the Avantha Masters looks set for a dramatic finale with seven players ending the day tied for the lead on 11 under par.
Andrew Dodt set the early pace in the third round of the Avantha Masters after three consecutive birdies saw the Australian head the leaderboard on 12 under par at DLF Golf and Country Club.
BARRY LANE was delighted to show he can still mix it with the young guns of the European Tour after the veteran Englishman took the clubhouse lead following a weather-shortened second day at the Avantha Masters in Delhi.
Barry Lane was delighted to show he can still mix it with the young guns of the European Tour after the veteran Englishman took the clubhouse lead following a weather-shortened second day at the Avantha Masters in Delhi.
Barry Lane's second consecutive round of 67 saw the veteran Englishman take a narrow lead as the Avantha Masters approached the midway point in Delhi.
Germany’s Marcel Siem eagled his final hole en route to an eight-under-par 64 today to secure a one-stroke lead at the end of the opening round of the inaugural Avantha Masters.
DARREN CLARKE yesterday missed an opportunity to move into a share of second going into today’s third round of the Joburg Open.
Ireland's Darren Clarke is just two off the lead as he heads into the third round of the Joburg Open tomorrow.
DARREN CLARKE’S lowest European Tour round since 1999 was still not quite enough to give him the first round lead in the Joburg Open yesterday.
Darren Clarke’s lowest European Tour round since 1999 was still not quite enough to give him the first round lead in the Joburg Open today.
Scotland’s Lloyd and Elliot Saltman today became the first brothers to qualify for The Open since Seve and Manuel Ballesteros 26 years ago – both of them by the skin of their teeth.
Colin Montgomerie might have been disappointed about the shortage of star names at Celtic Manor this week, but he was taking the chance to shine himself.
Northern Ireland’s Michael Hoey came from five shots back and then won a three-hole play-off to capture his first European Tour title today.
Former Ryder Cup player Paul Broadhurst moved into position today for a tilt at a third Portuguese Open title in five years.
The identity of Europe's next Ryder Cup captain will not be known until January 2009 at the earliest.
Darren Clarke believes Nick Faldo will make a “sensational” Ryder Cup captain - whatever opinion opposite number Paul Azinger or anybody else has of him.
France's Gregory Bourdy denied David Howell what would have been an amazing victory on Sunday night, winning the Portuguese Open at the third hole of a play-off at Oitavos Dunes.
After six European Tour events this season in which he has not broken 70, Spain’s Pablo Martin returned to the scene of his triumph today and shot a course-record 63.
First, first, second, second. For most that is the stuff of dreams but for Tiger Woods it represents under-achievement.
Spain’s Pablo Martin produced a stunning performance today to become the first amateur ever to win on the European Tour – a total of 1,145 events.
This time next year English golfer Simon Dyson wants to be preparing for his Masters debut – and he took another step in the right direction today.
Paul Broadhurst will this week try to match Tiger Woods’ achievement last Sunday by winning a European Tour event three years in a row when he defends his Portuguese Open title.
Ryder Cup ace Paul McGinley was battling to make the cut at the TCL Classic in Hainan after moving to three under par during his second round at the Yalong Bay Golf Club today.
Thailand’s Chapchai Nirat produced a stunning opening-round 11-under-par 61 to open up a three-shot lead over Argentina’s Rafael Echenique at the TCL Classic in Hainan today.
After leading for much of the day, Ireland’s Darren Clarke was overtaken by Scot David Drysdale and Sweden’s Johan Edfors at the Barclays Scottish Open today.
Scotland’s Gary Orr led the challenge to overtake the French Open’s first-round leader John Bickerton after moving to within two shots of top spot.
Irish golfer Graeme McDowell qualified today for next week’s US Open at Winged Foot.
Munster’s Heineken Cup victory over Biarritz cost Darren Clarke a share of the lead going into the final round of the Nissan Irish Open.
SIMON HOLMES, golf coach to the stars, believes former client Seve Ballesteros will never again be a major force on the professional circuits of the world.
ENGLAND’S Paul Casey lies four shots off the lead after a first round 68 in the Johnnie Walker Classic in Perth.
Paul Casey has put himself into the mix at the Johnnie Walker Classic at The Vines in Perth, shooting a four-under-par 68 to sit 11th, four strokes behind first-round leaders Kevin Stadler and Adam Scott on 64.
PRE-TOURNAMENT favourite Paul Casey, who all but ruled himself out of contention after two rounds, overturned a five-shot deficit to claim his fifth European Tour title in the Volvo China Open.
Paul Casey today overturned a five-shot deficit to claim his fifth European Tour title in the Volvo China Open.
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