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It took England’s Paul Waring a sudden-death playoff to notch up his first European Tour win in 200 attempts.
He took the Nordea Masters title after overcoming South African Thomas [...]
Conor Gough became the first English player to win the Boys Amateur Championship in six years when he triumphed at Royal Portrush this month. [...]
Brandt Snedeker was an unlikely runaway winner of this year’s Wyndham Championship, taking home the $1m first prize purse and enough points to move him up more than 30 places in the PGA world rankings. [...]
Eight birdies in the final round of the 2018 US Open, including four in a row, took England’s Tommy Fleetwood into the record books and within a proverbial inch of winning the title. Fleetwood’s round, marred only by a [...]
Mikko Korhonen has beaten the clock. The Finnish player this week became the first to win a tournament where the European Tour’s new ‘Shot Clock’ was in action. Its experimental introduction at the Austrian Open was announced last October. [...]
Francesco Molinari played a near faultless final round to win at Wentworth last weekend. It was the [...]
A major drive to attract more women and girls into golf has been launched by the R&A. Its new Women in [...]
Merger of the US and European PGA Tours is a ‘possibility’, the head of the US circuit has said. Jay [...]
It was a comeback – but not the comeback that had been hyped. 2012 US Open winner Webb Simpson took the [...]
Three times Open champion Tiger Woods is to compete for the Claret Jug when this year’s event takes place [...]