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Charley Hoffman seeks home comforts in Texas

Charley Hoffman will feel right at home defending the Valero Texas Open title in San Antonio as he looks to put his Masters disappointment behind him.

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World No.1 LydiaKo under fire after axing ninth caddie of her career

South African caddie Gary Matthews has criticised women’s world number one Lydia Ko after being fired by the New Zealander’s camp after only nine events.

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Molinari spoils the day for Dunne

Italy’s Edoardo Molinari claimed his first European Tour title since 2010 by beating Ireland’s Paul Dunne in a play-off for the Trophee Hassan II at Royal Golf Dar Es Salam in Morocco.

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Conor O’Rourke hits sensational 66 in Sligo at West of Ireland Amateur Open Championship

Conor O’Rourke, Naas, put a stuttering start to the season behind him by scorching to a stunning five under par 66 to grab a two-stroke lead after the first qualifying round of the Radisson Blu sponsored West of Ireland Amateur Open Championship at Co Sligo.

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Sergio Garcia: I have a beautiful life. Major or no major

Sergio Garcia insisted he would have enjoyed a beautiful life with or without a major championship victory but the new Masters championship was mighty glad to be wearing a green jacket at Augusta National on Sunday night.

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Golfing gods finally give Sergio Garcia a break

Eighteen years and 71 majors later, more tears for Sergio Garcia.

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Rory McIlroy: ‘Top 10 isn’t what I’m looking for’

Good but not good enough. 

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Ernie Els: Rory McIlroy has plenty time to win Masters

Ernie Els believes he has holed his last putt at Augusta National but last night he backed Rory McIlroy to do what he failed to and win the Masters.

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