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Westwood out to break home drought
Former world No 1 Lee Westwood will look to end an eight-year wait for a victory on home soil when he competes in the $4.55 million British Masters at Woburn this week. Read full article
Olesen wins Alfred Dunhill Champs
Talented Danish youngster Thorbjorn Olesen kept his nerve down the stretch to win the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship on Sunday at St Andrews for his third victory on the European Tour. Read full article
Olesen storms into Dunhill lead
Thorbjorn Olesen edged closer towards a third European Tour victory after a third round of seven-under 65 on Saturday left him three shots clear at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. Read full article
Mullen continues charge in Scotland
Jimmy Mullen and Paul Dunne, making their debut European Tour appearances as professionals, continued to sparkle at the Dunhill Links Championship in Scotland on Friday. Read full article
Mullen joint-top on pro debut
Rookies Jimmy Mullen and Paul Dunne enjoyed a stunning start to their professional golf careers, taking a share of the lead on the first day of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship on Thursday. Read full article
McDowell on rescue mission
Former major winner Graeme McDowell says he's going globe-trotting over a hectic next two months in a bid to rescue his worst season since 2007. Read full article
Jaidee captures European Open
Thailand veteran Thongchai Jaidee captured his seventh European Tour title on Sunday with a one-shot victory at the European Open in Germany. Read full article
Thongchai edges ahead in Germany
Thailand's Thongchai Jaidee carved out a one-shot lead after three rounds of the European Open on Saturday as the former paratrooper set his sights on a seventh career title. Read full article
Schwartzel, Storm, Fisher seize control
South Africa's Charl Schwartzel was in a three-way tie for the halfway lead at the European Open at the Golf Resort Bad Griesbach on Friday. Read full article
Wiesberger, Hebert share lead
Bernd Wiesberger and Benjamin Hebert produced matching seven under par 64s to share the first round lead in the European Open at the Bernhard Langer-designed Bad Griesbach Golf Resort on Thursday. Read full article
Open third-round leader Dunne turns pro
Paul Dunne, who burst on to the scene when he claimed a share of the third-round lead in the Open Championship at St Andrews in July, has turned professional. Read full article
Karlberg defeats Kaymer in playoff
Rikard Karlberg won his first European Tour event on Sunday as he defeated Germany's Martin Kaymer in a play-off to lift the Italian Open title at Monza. Read full article
Kaymer moves into Italian contention
Martin Kaymer edged closer to a first win since his US Open triumph last year when he grabbed a share of the Italian Open third round lead on Saturday. Read full article
Scandinavian pair take charge in Italy
Sweden's Jens Fahrbring and Denmark's Lucas Bjerregaard shared the lead at the halfway point of the Italian Open on Friday with four players tied for second and two shots back. Read full article
Colsaerts takes lead at Italian Open
Belgian Nicolas Colsaerts carded a sublime nine-under par 63, which included eight straight birdies, as he took a two-shot first-round lead at the Italian Open on Thursday. Read full article
Turkey on McIlroy's schedule
Rory McIlroy will compete in next month's Turkish Airlines Open, the first tournament of the European Tour's end-of-season Final Series competition. Read full article
Pieters wins Dutch Open
Belgian youngster Thomas Pieters fired a five-under 65 to win the Dutch Open by one stroke on Sunday just two weeks after winning his maiden EPGA tournament at the Czech Masters. Read full article
Slattery chasing second win in a row
Lee Slattery is looking to capture back-to-back European Tour victories after a seven-under-par 63 earned the Englishman a share of the lead in the third round of the Dutch Open at Zandvoort on Saturday. Read full article
Fitzpatrick misses out on first Tour 59
England's Matthew Fitzpatrick narrowly missed out on the European Tour's first 59 in the second round of the Dutch Open in Zandvoort on Friday. Read full article
Ormsby, Lawrie in charge at Dutch Open
Australia's Wade Ormsby fired a sparkling nine-under par 61 to share the Dutch Open first round lead with Paul Lawrie in Zandvoort on Thursday. Read full article
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