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Golf | European Tour

Karlberg leads at midway stage in Moscow
Sweden's Rikard Karlberg took a two-stroke lead at the halfway point of the Russian Open on Friday after carding a second-round four-under par 68 in Moscow. Read full article
Three tied for lead in Russia
Simon Dyson shot a 5-under 67 Thursday to take a share of the lead on the opening day of the Russian Masters. Read full article
Mickelson pips Grace to end win drought
Phil Mickelson heads to the British Open in the best form possible after ending a 20-year European winless drought with a play-off victory in the Scottish Open at Castle Stuart on Sunday. Read full article
Stenson leads by two as Mickelson lurks
Henrik Stenson kept a resurgent Phil Mickelson at arm's length at the Scottish Open by shooting a 6-under 66 to take a two-stroke lead into the final round on Saturday Read full article
Els, Mickelson upstaged at Scottish Open
Ernie Els and Phil Mickelson endured frustrating second rounds at the Scottish Open as the tournament's headline acts were upstaged by some relative unknowns on Friday. Read full article
Mickelson shoots into contention
Four-time Major winning Phil Mickelson warmed-up for a hopeful double Scotland victory celebration with a sizzling six under par 66 on the opening day of the Scottish Open on Thursday. Read full article
McDowell apologises over course criticism
Graeme McDowell has apologised to Scottish Open sponsors for criticising Castle Stuart as the host venue for the tournament. Read full article
Singh to miss premiere of father's film
Jeev Milkha Singh came close to missing the defense of his Scottish Open title - and it had nothing to do with a finger injury that has troubled him since winning at Castle Stuart 12 months ago. Read full article
Els defends Scottish Open course
Ernie Els and Padraig Harrington have defended this week's Scottish Open host course, Castle Stuart, declaring it to be ideal preparation for next week's British Open at Muirfield. Read full article
Mickelson out to end Europe win drought
Phil Mickelson is no stranger to travelling but he was reminded on the eve of the Scottish Open that in a 21-year pro career he's had just one victory on European soil. Read full article
Els targets fourth win in Scotland
Ernie Els has a fourth victory in Scotland locked in his sights as he heads to Castle Stuart Golf Links for the Scottish Open starting on Thursday. Read full article
Singh hoping finger lets up for Scottish Open
Twelve months after injuring his finger en route to victory in the Scottish Open and Jeev Milka Singh's troublesome finger has still not fully mended. Read full article
G-Mac masters emotions to win French Open
Tied with Richard Sterne of South Africa in the final round of the French Open, Graeme McDowell didn't blink on the back nine. Read full article
Sterne finishes second behind McDowell
Graeme McDowell produced a final round four-under-par 67 to lead home the field by four strokes and become the first Northern Irishman to win the French Open on a thrilling final day on Sunday. Read full article
Sterne chases second win of 2013
World No 9 Graeme McDowell and South African Richard Sterne will go into the French Open final round in a tie for the lead after taming the treacherous Le Golf National, on Saturday. Read full article
Dyson aiming for new chapter in family history
Englishman Simon Dyson has hit a rich vein of form at this week's French Open and the 35-year-old York native hopes to return to the winning ways that are part of a family tradition. Read full article
Kuchar to turn tourist as missed cut looms
World No 5 Matt Kuchar is in danger of missing the cut at the French Open after a disastrous second round 75 left him on four over and nine shots off the pace. Read full article
Sterne in contention at French Open
Paraguay's Fabrizio Zanotti, one of the nearly men of the European Tour, grabbed a one-stroke lead in the second round of the French Open near Paris on Friday. Read full article
Hansen takes lead at French Open
Denmark's Anders Hansen shook off the effects of a hand injury to take a one-shot lead after the first round of the French Open at Le Golf National in Paris on Thursday. Read full article
McDowell seeks boost ahead of Open
Graeme McDowell is hoping a trip to France this week will give his golf game the boost it badly needs ahead of the Open Championship at Muirfield, Scotland, which starts on July 18. Read full article
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