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Golf | European Tour

Horsey wins Russian Open in playoff
David Horsey of England defeated Ireland's Damien McGrane in a playoff on Sunday to win the Russian Open, his first European Tour title in three years. Read full article
Whiteford, Horsey share lead in Russia
Scotland's Peter Whiteford, had a blistering round of 66 that included five birdies in his first six holes, to move alongside Englishman David Horsey as third round leaders of the Russian Open on Saturday. Read full article
Horsey takes two-shot lead
David Horsey picked up four birdies over his final six holes to move two shots clear after the second round of the Russian Open on Friday. Read full article
Horsey leads at Russian Open
England's David Horsey hit an opening round 65 to sit one shot clear of the field after the opening day of the Russian Open on Thursday. Read full article
Mickelson confident despite troubled year
British Open champion Phil Mickelson believes his best is yet to come despite recording only one top-10 finish this year. Read full article
Rose up to third in world rankings
Justin Rose is up to a career-best third in the world rankings following his win in the Scottish Open on Sunday. Read full article
Immaculate Rose wins Scottish Open title
Britain's Justin Rose will arrive at next week's Open championship on a red-hot streak of form after cruising to the Scottish Open title on Sunday in Aberdeen. Read full article
Warren eyeing home victory in Scottish Open
Scot Marc Warren is eyeing a home triumph at the Scottish Open but will have to hold off the formidable challenge of the 2013 US Open champion Justin Rose to prevail at Royal Aberdeen. Read full article
Rose, Warren lead Scottish Open
Justin Rose will need to overcome what promises to be a patriotic home crowd if he is to capture the Scottish Open at Royal Aberdeen on Sunday. Read full article
McIlroy suffers another Friday fright
Rory McIlroy's Friday curse struck again as the double Major winner slumped from an overnight one-stroke lead to be trailing by six shots on day two of the Scottish Open. Read full article
Rose eyes back-to-back wins
Justin Rose boosted his hopes of rare back-to-back PGA and European Tour successes after moving into the clubhouse lead on day two of the Scottish Open at Royal Aberdeen on Friday. Read full article
Rose move with 68 at Scottish Open
Justin Rose fought off swirling winds and the effects of hayfever to shoot a 3-under 68 at the Scottish Open and make headway on the leaders midway through the second round on Friday. Read full article
Faldo targets Open after Scottish invite
Three-time former Open Championship winner Nick Faldo set about justifying his invitation into the Scottish Open with a two over par 73 at Royal Aberdeen on Thursday. Read full article
McIlroy takes early lead at Scottish Open
Rory McIlroy made light work of the windy conditions to fire a course record seven-under 64 in opening round of the Scottish Open at Royal Aberdeen on Thursday. Read full article
Phil relishing his 'double double' challenge
Phil Mickelson is hoping for the wind to blow and the rain to fall this week as he aims for his personal "double double" of Scottish Open and British Open success which the American achieved last year. Read full article
Walker enthralled by links adventure
Three-time PGA Tour winner Jimmy Walker arrived in Aberdeen for this week's Scottish Open admitting it will be only the third occasion in his career he's tasted links golf. Read full article
I must cut out the errors - McIlroy
Eliminating mistakes and keeping a bad run of holes off his card will be top of Rory McIlroy's agenda when the world No 8 takes part in this week's Scottish Open at Royal Aberdeen. Read full article
Win eases McDowell's Ryder Cup anxieties
Graeme McDowell eased his anxieties about missing this year's match in Scotland by landing the French Open title in Paris at the weekend. Read full article
McDowell retains French Open title
Graeme McDowell came from eight shots back to retain his French Open title by one shot from Kevin Stadler on Sunday after the American missed a two-foot putt on the final hole. Read full article
American in Paris bids for first US win since 1972
Kevin Stadler began his final round at the French Open under light rain on Sunday, bidding to become the first American winner in Paris since Barry Jaeckel in 1972. Read full article
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