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It's 'premature' to talk of new era - Spieth
Double major-winner Jordan Spieth said on Tuesday that it was too early to talk of a new era in the game despite a year when he led the charge of the young guns. Read full article
Poulter gets WGC place after whirlwind two weeks
Ian Poulter has been added to the field for the WGC-HSBC Champions in Shanghai this week after a bizarre turn of events concluded a whirlwind fortnight for the Englishman. Read full article
Van Zyl beaming after finishing second
Victor Dubuisson burst into tears after lifting the Turkish Airlines Open title for a second time in three years, but Jaco van Zyl walked off The Montgomerie Maxx Royal course feeling like a champion himself. Read full article
Turkish delight for triumphant Dubuisson
Victor Dubuisson won the Turkish Airlines Open for the second time in three years while Rory McIlroy suffered a frustrating time on the greens to finish joint sixth in Antalya on Sunday. Read full article
McIlroy within one shot of leaders
World No 3 Rory McIlroy fired his third five-under-par 67 of the week to surge to within one stroke of the leaders after the third round of the Turkish Airlines Open in Antalya on Saturday. Read full article
Jaco still flying first class in Turkey
Jaco van Zyl kept his first class seat in the $7-million Turkish Airlines Open, but will have 2013 champion Victor Dubuisson from France for company in Sunday’s final round in Belek. Read full article
Steely Van stays ahead in Turkey
Jaco van Zyl’s steely 69 in the tricky, swirling winds at The Montgomerie Maxx Royal kept the South African ahead of the chasing pack in the Turkish Airlines Open in Antalya on Friday. Read full article
Van Zyl lifts off at Turkish Airlines Open
South Africa’s Jaco van Zyl outshone the star names in his debut at the Turkish Airlines Open to soar to a three stroke lead in the $7-million European Tour Final Series event on Thursday. Read full article
Aiken, Fisher Jnr primed for Turkish tussle
Rory McIlroy is ready to roar at the $7-million Turkish Airlines Open, but Africa Open champions Thomas Aiken and Trevor Fisher Jnr are just as keen to impress at The Montgomerie Maxx Royal this week. Read full article
Rory eyes third Race to Dubai crown
Former world No 1 Rory McIlroy is confident that he has left his injury problems behind and is keen to close out the season in style by winning a third Race to Dubai title. Read full article
Agony to ecstasy for Evans
A bizarre turn of events has given young English golfer Ben Evans his livelihood back, just a day after he thought he had lost his European Tour card. Read full article
Ford keeps his card, Singh misses out
England's Matt Ford wept tears of joy on Sunday after he dug out one of his best performances of the year to retain his playing rights on the European Tour. Read full article
Rose holds off Bjerregaard for Hong Kong title
World No 7 Justin Rose needed all his experience Sunday to win a tight battle against Denmark's Lucas Bjerregaard and triumph in the Hong Kong Open by just one shot. Read full article
Rose, Bjerregaard set for final showdown
Justin Rose was tied for the lead at the Hong Kong Open on Saturday despite a course-record equalling 63 by unheralded Dane Lucas Bjerregaard. Read full article
Rose blossoms as Poulter lurks
England's Justin Rose fired a four-under-par 66 to grab the halfway lead at the co-sanctioned Hong Kong Open on Friday with past champion and late arrival Ian Poulter well placed in the chasing pack. Read full article
Big guns open up on first day in Hong Kong
The big guns in the Hong Kong Open started to show their class after the first round on Thursday with Justin Rose setting himself up for the tournament by hitting five under to sit in joint second. Read full article
Grateful Poulter admits he 'got it wrong'
A grateful Ian Poulter was due to tee off at the Hong Kong Open Thursday after completing a last-minute dash to take part in the tournament and save his hopes of playing in the 2016 Ryder Cup. Read full article
Beem 'bummed out' after Hong Kong miss
Rich Beem admitted on Wednesday he was "bummed out" at missing the chance to play in the Hong Kong Open after he gave his place to Ian Poulter, allowing the Englishman to keep alive his Ryder Cup hopes. Read full article
McDowell looks to salvage season
Major winner Graeme McDowell heads to the final tournament of the regular European 2015 tour season looking to salvage some pride and points after what he admits has been a disappointing year. Read full article
Rose tips Fitzpatrick as contender
Former major winner Justin Rose said on Tuesday that rising star Matthew Fitzpatrick would be among the toughest contenders at the upcoming Hong Kong Open, but his own chances of winning were still "decent". Read full article
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