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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
Spiders await Hong Kong Open stragglers
Giant spiders and thick jungle await players who stray into the rough in this year's Hong Kong Open, the USA's Patrick Reed said on Tuesday about the New Territories course. Read full article
Sullivan wins by nine shots in Portugal
Andy Sullivan won his third European Tour title of the season at Vilamoura on Sunday, dominating the Portugal Masters throughout for a commanding nine-shot victory. Read full article
Sullivan pulls clear at Portugal Masters
Andy Sullivan will take a five-shot lead into the final round of the Portugal Masters on Sunday, seeking his third European Tour title of the season. Read full article
Sullivan in control of Portugal Masters
Englishman Andy Sullivan cranked up his bid for a third EPGA title this year when he fired his second straight round of seven-under 64 to move three shots clear at the Portugal Masters on Friday. Read full article
Colsaerts, Sullivan share Portugal lead
Nicolas Colsaerts and Andy Sullivan of England shared the first round lead at the Portgual Masters on Thursday after early fog held up play at the par-71 Oceanico Victoria Golf Club on the Algarve coast. Read full article
Fitzpatrick wins maiden title
Englishman Matthew Fitzpatrick won his first professional tournament, and a £500 000 first prize, when he finished two strokes clear at the British Masters in Woburn, England, on Sunday. Read full article
Fitzpatrick stays on course for history
Matthew Fitzpatrick kept up his hopes of becoming the youngest-ever winner of the British Masters when the 21-year-old ended the third round in a share of the lead on Saturday. Read full article
Donald sizzles after being fired by caddie
Luke Donald provided the perfect response to caddie John McLaren's decision to sack his golfer when the former world No 1 shot the joint second lowest round of the week at the British Masters on Saturday. Read full article
Poulter confident despite double-bogey
Tournament host Ian Poulter is confident of mounting a title charge at the British Masters over the weekend despite having to endure "a smash around the head with a wet salmon" on Friday. Read full article
Kjeldsen, Fitzpatrick lead at Woburn
Dane Soren Kjeldsen and England's Matthew Fitzpatrick shared the British Masters halfway lead on nine-under par at Woburn on Friday. Read full article
Fitzpatrick on top at British Masters
Young gun Matthew Fitzpatrick fired six birdies and an eagle to sprint to the top of the leaderboard with a seven-under-par 64 in the first round of the $4.55 million British Masters on Thursday. Read full article
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
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