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Golf | European Tour

Lewis close to history in Denmark
Tom Lewis looked on course to complete the first 59 in European Tour history but hit three late bogeys to finish with a joint-leading 62 at the Made in Denmark open on Thursday. Read full article
Peterson beats Pieters to Czech title
American Paul Peterson birdied the final hole to seal a thrilling one-shot victory over defending champion Thomas Pieters in the final round of the Czech Masters on Sunday. Read full article
Pieters marches two clear in Prague
Ryder Cup hopeful Thomas Pieters powered two strokes clear of the field with a two-under-par 70 in the Czech Masters third round on Saturday. Read full article
Pieters grabs share of Czech Masters lead
Defending champion Thomas Pieters stormed into a tie for the lead at the halfway stage of the Czech Masters in Prague on Friday. Read full article
Pieters boosts Ryder Cup hopes
Thomas Pieters, who needs to win this week's Czech Masters and the Made In Denmark event next week to have any hope of making Europe's Ryder Cup team, got off to a good start in the first round on Thursday. Read full article
Evans snatches Czech Masters lead
England's Ryan Evans birdied the final hole to take a one-shot lead after the first round of the Czech Masters in Prague on Thursday. Read full article
McIlroy's win raises almost €1m
Rory McIlroy's Irish Open win earlier this year raised almost one million euros for three children's charities thanks to a donation by the Northern Irishman's Foundation. Read full article
Wall beats Noren to end long title wait
England's Anthony Wall beat Alex Noren of Sweden to win his second European Tour title at the Paul Lawrie Match Play at Archerfield in Scotland on Sunday. Read full article
Noren v Wall in Matchplay final
Swede Alex Noren notched up two impressive victories on Saturday to set up a final against Anthony Wall in the Paul Lawrie Matchplay event in East Lothian on Saturday. Read full article
Fitzpatrick, Wood suffer Ryder Cup blows
European Ryder Cup hopefuls Matthew Fitzpatrick and Chris Wood both bowed out of the Paul Lawrie Matchplay event in North Berwick, Scotland, on Friday. Read full article
Wood, Fitzpatrick win in matchplay
English duo Chris Wood and Matthew Fitzpatrick boosted their Ryder Cup hopes with wins in the opening round of the Paul Lawrie Match Play in Scotland on Thursday. Read full article
Chan wins maiden European Tour title
Taiwan's Chan Shih-chang clinched his maiden European Tour title after a closing 67 secured a two-shot victory over compatriot Lin Wen-tang at the King's Cup on Sunday. Read full article
Shot clock and music set to feature in Euro event
European Tour chief executive Keith Pelley wants to introduce a six-hole event incorporating a shot clock, music, different clothes and fewer clubs in an effort to attract more golf followers. Read full article
Swede Noren wins Scottish Open
Ice-cool Swede Alex Noren held his nerve to clinch a fifth career victory on the European Tour by one shot at the Scottish Open in Inverness on Sunday. Read full article
Mickelson warms up for Open with flourish
Five-time Major winner Phil Mickelson signalled his British Open intentions with a rousing final round 66 in the Scottish Open at the Castle Stuart course near Inverness, northern Scotland, on Sunday. Read full article
Noren leads by two at Scottish Open
Swede Alex Noren birdied the last two holes to break clear of a tightly bunched leaderboard and move two strokes in front after the third round of the Scottish Open in Inverness on Saturday. Read full article
Noren one ahead at Scottish Open
Sweden’s Alex Noren blazed into red-hot form late on to move one shot clear of the field after two rounds of the Scottish Open at Castle Stuart on Friday. Read full article
Lee threatens Rio withdrawal
Danny Lee took the clubhouse lead on day two of the Scottish Open and lambasted the International Olympic Committee over the lack of information concerning security and health matters at next month's Olympics. Read full article
Hend and Aguilar lead Scottish Open
Australia's Scott Hend and Chilean Felipe Aguilar shared the clubhouse lead on the first day of the Scottish Open and then reaffirmed their commitments to next month's Olympic Games. Read full article
Phil doubtful of future Scottish Open participation
Phil Mickelson is uncertain whether he will retain the Scottish Open on his annual schedule but the American still believes the event is an ideal warm-up for the British Open. Read full article
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