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Golf | European Tour

Els pulls out of Volvo Golf Champs
Ernie Els has withdrawn from next week's Volvo Golf Champions in Durban, as well as the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship, to spend more time with his family, he said in a statement on Thursday. Read full article
Emirates extends European Tour sponsorship
Golf's European Tour received a financial boost on Tuesday when Emirates signed up as its airline partner and agreed to double the number of tournaments in which it invests. Read full article
Stenson lands European Tour award
Swede Henrik Stenson's spectacular surge to No 3 in the world rankings behind Tiger Woods and Adam Scott was rewarded on Tuesday when he was named the European Tour Player of the Year. Read full article
Field confirmed for Volvo Golf Champs
Eight South African champions will headline the field at the 2014 Volvo Golf Champions alongside a host of Europe’s most established stars at The European Tour’s ‘Tournament. Read full article
Jimenez targets Ryder Cup after win
Miguel Angel Jimenez is taking aim at the Ryder Cup age record after successfully defending the Hong Kong Open to break his own mark as the oldest winner on the European Tour. Read full article
Jimenez betters own record with Hong Kong title
Ageless Spaniard Miguel Angel Jimenez bettered his own record as the European Tour's oldest winner on Sunday after prevailing in a three-way playoff to retain the Hong Kong Open title. Read full article
Manley leads in Hong Hong, Jimenez lurks
Unheralded Stuart Manley will take a one-shot lead going into the final round of the $1.3 million Hong Kong Open after carding a four-under-par 66 on Saturday. Read full article
Mandela-inspired Kruger leads in Hong Kong
South Africa's Jbe Kruger grabbed the outright lead at the halfway stage of the Hong Kong Open on Friday, paying tribute afterwards to Nelson Mandela who he called a "real-life hero". Read full article
Higgins leads by one in Hong Kong
David Higgins of Ireland shot a 6-under-par 64 to lead the Hong Kong Open by one after the first round on Thursday. Read full article
Guan slips back after early birdie blitz
China's teenage golf prodigy Guan Tianlang blew a sensational start to the Hong Kong Open on Thursday, collapsing to a one-over-par 71 after five early birdies. Read full article
Jimenez hunts fourth title, Guan poses threat
Miguel Angel Jimenez has a golden chance this week to break his own record as the oldest European Tour winner, headlining a Hong Kong Open field missing its usual star names. Read full article
Jimenez wary of threat to title defence
Miguel Angel Jimenez denied on Tuesday he was a shoo-in to successfully defend his Hong Kong Open title because golf's biggest stars had decided to skip the tournament for other events. Read full article
Schwartzel slams European Tour
Despite being in line to win his first South African Open title at the halfway stage, golfer Charl Schwartzel has voiced his dissatisfaction with the European Tour. Read full article
Mind coach hails mountain-climbing Stenson
Henrik Stenson's mind coach Torsten Hansson was a proud and happy man on Monday after having been in Dubai to witness his protege accomplish the task of climbing "the world's highest golfing mountain". Read full article
Stenson targets world top spot
Henrik Stenson, the DP World Tour Championship winner and Europe's No 1, insists that only a Major win or becoming world No 1 can top the year he has had. Read full article
Stenson ends season in style
Henrik Stenson of Sweden won the Race to Dubai title on Sunday, confirming him as the European No 1 golfer for 2013. Read full article
European Tour unveils 2014 schedule
The European PGA Tour on Sunday unveiled its schedule for the coming year, confirming that The Race to Dubai system has been extended for another four years. Read full article
European tour to review Final Series
The European Tour will review the qualifying rules for its Final Series after three of the circuit's most notable golfers failed to compete in the season-ending finale in Dubai. Read full article
Dubai leader Stenson aims to hold off Poulter
Henrik Stenson fired a five-under 67 in the third round of Dubai's DP World Tour Championship on Saturday to retain a one-shot lead, as Ian Poulter closed to within four shots. Read full article
Birdie splurge puts Westwood in the mix
England's Lee Westwood struck a seven-under-par 65 in the third round of the $8-million DP World Tour Championship on Saturday. Read full article
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