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Levy leads at China Open
Alexander Levy of France fought his way back to the top of the leaderboard on the third day of the Volvo China Open on Saturday, overtaking compatriot Julien Quesne in the $3.2 million tournament. Read full article
Levy in four-way tie for China Open lead
Defending champion Alexander Levy failed to capitalise on a super start to his third round and was forced to settle for a four-way share of the lead at the European Tour's China Open on Saturday. Read full article
Quesne, Levy move ahead in China
Julien Quesne fired a five-under-par 67 to grab the halfway lead at the China Open on Friday after defending champion Alexander Levy faltered over the closing stages of his second round. Read full article
Stenson, Garcia, Poulter to miss Wentworth
Henrik Stenson, Sergio Garcia, Ian Poulter and Paul Casey will all miss next month's BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth, the European Tour said on Thursday. Read full article
Levy within striking distance at China Open
Defending champion Alexander Levy made a battling three under par at the Volvo China Open on Thursday. Read full article
Levy bids to hold off teenager Li
Alexander Levy is aiming to retain his Volvo China Open title in Shanghai this week but will be expecting a strong challenge from emerging homegrown teenage star Li Haotong. Read full article
Kiradech wins Shenzhen International
Overnight leader Kiradech Aphibarnrat fought back from two shots down with two holes to play on Sunday to win the Shenzhen International in a dramatic playoff and end teenager Li Haotong's dream. Read full article
Aphibarnrat grabs Shenzhen lead
Kiradech Aphibarnrat will take a two-shot lead into the final day of the Shenzhen International, but knows he should have a much bigger cushion after a disastrous close to his third round on Saturday. Read full article
Bjorn welcomes Pelley's appointment
Keith Pelley's appointment as European Tour chief executive in succession to George O'Grady has been welcomed by Tournament Players Committee chairman Thomas Bjorn. Read full article
Uihlein leads; Fichardt three behind in Shenzhen
An American topped the leaderboard Friday at the Shenzhen International on nine-under par, however it wasn't world No 4 Bubba Watson but Peter Uihlein, ranked 176 places lower. Read full article
Triple-birdie Bubba casts Masters woe aside
Bubba Watson quickly shrugged off the disappointment of relinquishing his Masters crown with a battling two-under par 70 on Thursday to lie within striking distance of the lead at the Shenzhen International. Read full article
Teen Masters sensation Guan happy to play long game
The presence of Bubba Watson in China just days after he passed on the green jacket to Jordan Spieth meant the Masters was the talk of the town as the Shenzhen International began on Thursday. Read full article
Bubba back on course after Masters disappointment
Bubba Watson hardly had time to wipe the sleep out of his eyes before he was back on the golf course, half a world away from the disappointment that was this year’s Masters. Read full article
Ramsay returns to form with victory in Morocco
Richie Ramsay overcame a bumpy front nine before striking back with three straight birdies as he won the Trophee Hassan II tournament in Agadir, Morocco on Sunday by one stroke. Read full article
Ramsay shares lead in Morocco
Scottish duo Richie Ramsay and Andrew McArthur along with Frenchman Romain Wattel shared the lead on seven under par following the third round of the Trophy Hassan II in Agadir on Saturday. Read full article
Saddier shines, Coetzee lurks in Morocco
France’s Adrian Saddier shone on only his second European Tour start of the season to take a one shot lead after the opening round of the Trophee Hassan II. Read full article
Madeira Islands Open reduced to 54 holes
Strong winds forced the players back to the clubhouse at the Madeira Islands Open on Thursday, making play impossible and leaving the organsiers no choice but to reduce the tournament to 54 holes. Read full article
'Abu Dhabi crash will never happen again'
Not many top-notch golfers could see anything positive in squandering a 10-stroke lead midway through the final round of a tournament but world number 12 Martin Kaymer is an exception to the rule. Read full article
McDowell looking for French hat-trick
Graeme McDowell will return to Le Golf National course in Versailles in July in a bid to become just the second player to win the French Open three times in a row. Read full article
Poulter, Westwood to host British Masters
Ian Poulter, Lee Westwood, Luke Donald and Justin Rose are to take turns in hosting the British Masters, an event that will return to the European Tour calendar this season for the first time in seven years. Read full article
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