Rose plans to 'come out angry' after third-round collapse

Justin Rose is determined to bounce back from a difficult end to the third round at the WGC-HSBC Champions, saying he will play angry on Sunday in China. The defending champion was in complete control on Saturday before a...

Twenty-five years in the top 50 – The numbers behind Mickelson's remarkable milestone

After beating Tiger Woods in 'The Match' last week, Phil Mickelson has been given more reason to celebrate after achieving another milestone in his magnificent career. This week marks 25 years in the top 50 of the Official World Golf...

Rose returns to world number one with Antalya title

Justin Rose moved back to the top of the world rankings on Sunday after successfully defending his Turkish Airlines Open crown with a play-off victory over Li Haotong. Rose started the final round three shots adrift of overnight leader Li...

Johnson cuts Koepka lead to four with nine to play at Bethpage

Dustin Johnson closed to within four shots of Brooks Koepka in the final round of the US PGA Championship to raise hopes of an unexpectedly dramatic finale at Bethpage Black. Koepka began the day leading by seven strokes at...

Molinari reveals he struggled with illness during Masters collapse

Francesco Molinari revealed illness hindered him at last month's Masters when he lost the lead on the final day to allow Tiger Woods to take a famous victory. Open champion Molinari took a two-shot lead into round four at...

McIlroy in the hunt as trio lead Wells Fargo Championship

Rory McIlroy remains in contention at the Wells Fargo Championship as Jason Dufner was left in a three-way tie for the lead after the third round. McIlroy, the only two-time winner of the PGA Tour event, carded a three-under...

Blixt leads Charles Schwab Challenge

Jonas Blixt took control of the Charles Schwab Challenge after claiming a one-stroke lead at the halfway stage on Friday. Swedish golfer Blitx carded a six-under-par 64 to sit atop the leaderboard after round two at Colonial Country Club in...

Mickelson: Busy schedule a 'bit of a mistake'

After playing his busiest schedule since 2002, Phil Mickelson admitted that his jam-packed 2018 schedule may have been "a bit of a mistake." Source link

Garcia dazzles to hit the front at shortened Valderrama Masters

Sergio Garcia carded a sublime, seven-under-par 64 to move within touching distance of a third Andalucia Valderrama Masters title. Adverse weather has played havoc with the schedule, preventing Garcia from playing at all on Friday and causing tournament director...

It doesn't sound real – Molinari stunned by 2018 exploits

Francesco Molinari says he accomplished more than he ever dreamed of in an "incredible" season after winning a maiden Race to Dubai title. Tommy Fleetwood's failure to win the DP World Tour Championship on Sunday meant Molinari was crowned the...

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