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Golf | European Tour

McIlroy pulls out of Dubai Desert Classic
Rory McIlroy has pulled out of next week's Dubai Desert Classic with a rib injury, the event's promoter said on Monday. Read full article
Fleetwood wins Abu Dhabi championship
England’s world No 102 Tommy Fleetwood overcame swirling winds and final-hole jitters to win the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship by one shot on Sunday. Read full article
Hatton holds lead despite Johnson surge
Tyrrell Hatton held on to the lead despite a third-round surge from World No 3 Dustin Johnson, the US Open champion, at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship on Saturday. Read full article
Kaymer holds halfway lead in Abu Dhabi
German Martin Kaymer stayed on course for a fourth title at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship with a second consecutive round of 66 to seize the halfway lead on Friday. Read full article
Stenson surges to Abu Dhabi lead
Henrik Stenson started his new season in the same dominant fashion that helped him become the European No 1 in 2016, shooting a bogey-free eight-under par 64 to take a two-shot lead. Read full article
McIlroy out of Abu Dhabi Champs
World No 2 Rory McIlroy has withdrawn from the Abu Dhabi Championship after tests on Monday showed he picked up a rib injury in South Africa last week, the European Tour said. Read full article
McIlroy set for back scan after defeat
Rory McIlroy was suffering from a back problem during his South African Open playoff loss to England's Graeme Storm on Sunday and the Briton will undergo scans this week. Read full article
Perfect Storm as Graeme pips Rory to title
The crowds turned out to watch Rory McIlroy at Glendower this week at the BMW SA Open but a Cinderella story was quietly unfolding high up the leaderboard but just out of sight... Read full article
Storm holds firm, McIlroy plays through injury
Graeme Storm held firm on Saturday to take a three-shot lead into the final round as Rory McIlroy overcame his injury to stay contention at the BMW SA Open. Read full article
Major winners fail to make SA Open cut
Ernie Els, Nick Faldo, Darren Clarke and Retief Goosen were eliminated from the South African Open when the storm-hit second round finished on Saturday. Read full article
Injured McIlroy in doubt, Storm leads
As ominous clouds gathered over the Glendower Golf Course, an uncomfortable-looking Rory McIlroy rushed to finish his second round and then confirmed that he’d been carrying a back injury. Read full article
Jaco gets greedy at SA Open
Jaco van Zyl stepped onto the tee on the 17th hole at Glendower Golf Club during the second round of the BMW SA Open with 15 holes-in-one to his name. Read full article
Fisher, Horne lead as McIlroy stalks
South Africans Trevor Fisher Jr and Keith Horne ended the first day of the BMW SA Open one shot clear of tournament favourite Rory McIlroy on a perfect day for golf in the East Rand of Johannesburg on Thursday. Read full article
Rising stars live the SA Open dream
If you were wondering just how badly the next generation wants a stab at competing in the world’s second oldest national championship, just ask 20-year-old Free State amateur Juran Dreyer. Read full article
Stone gears up for McIlroy clash
There may have been a touch of hyperpole when a couple of pundits called him ‘the hottest golfer in the world right now’, but Brandon Stone certainly appears to have all he needs in his armoury as he sets off. Read full article
McIlroy changes clubs for SA Open
World No 2 Rory McIlroy tees off Thursday in the South African Open hoping a change of clubs will not trigger a loss of form. Read full article
Coetzee upbeat about ‘clash’ with Glendower
George Coetzee hated his last outing in the BMW SA Open proudly hosted by the City of Ekurhuleni. He’s a lot more upbeat about this year’s event at Glendower Golf Club which gets underway on Thursday. Read full article
McIlroy hungry for elusive SA win
Rory McIlroy has won tournaments all over the world, but while he’s spent more time in South Africa than most countries, he’s never managed to win here. Read full article
Woods to compete in Dubai Classic
Former world No 1 Tiger Woods said he would compete in the European Tour's Dubai Desert Classic next month as he charts his comeback from injury. Read full article
Rory out to keep up proud Dubai record
World No 2 Rory McIlroy will be looking to maintain a proud record when he competes in the $2.65 million Dubai Desert Classic in February. Read full article
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