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Golf | Golf Globe

Jason Day out with thumb injury
Australian golfer Jason Day has a cast on his left hand to immobilise his injured thumb and isn't expected to return to competition until The Players Championship in three weeks. Read full article
Palmer expects Tiger to bounce back
Arnold Palmer said on Thursday he expects Tiger Woods to bounce back from his recent surgery for a pinched nerve in his back and once again challenge to win major championships. Read full article
'Tiger's back' goes from accolade to ache
Frustrated by a nagging back injury that will prevent him from playing in the Masters and jeopardise his playing in other majors, Tiger Woods has endured a nightmare start to a crucial year. Read full article
Asia fight back to share EurAsia Cup
Team Asia pulled off a stirring comeback in the final round of the inaugural EurAsia Cup to snatch a share of the trophy by taking six of 10 singles matches playedin Kuala Lumpur on Saturday. Read full article
Team Asia claws back in EurAsia Cup
Team Asia bounced back on Friday from a first-round drubbing in the inaugural EurAsia Cup in Kuala Lumpur, taking three out of five available points in foursome play on day two to close the gap with Europe. Read full article
EurAsia officials hit back in Ballesteros dispute
Organisers of the EurAsia Cup hit back at criticism of the inaugural Ryder Cup-style team event on Thursday, saying the competition had the backing of the Seve Ballesteros Foundation. Read full article
Europe dominate EurAsia Cup opening day
Team Europe took a huge step towards winning the inaugural EurAsia Cup on Thursday when they crushed Asia 5-0 in the opening day four-ball matches of the Ryder Cup-styled event. Read full article
Olympic course progress worries golf chief
The president of the International Golf Federation has voiced concerns over the sport's return to the Olympics, saying next year's test event is unlikely to take place because of delays. Read full article
Ryder Cup-style event to debut in Malaysia
Top European and Asian golfers will face off this week in a new Ryder Cup-style team tournament which has incensed organisers of a rival event with the same format. Read full article
A closed shop for the Hall of Fame
No one should have been more thrilled than Vijay Singh to hear about the voting changes for the World Golf Hall of Fame. Read full article
Jack Fleck dies at 92
Golfer Jack Fleck, who upset Ben Hogan to win the 1955 US Open, has died at the age of 92. Read full article
Tiger suffering from bulging back disc
World No 1 Tiger Woods is suffering from a bulging disc in his back that will not require surgery, Golfweek magazine reported on Thursday on its website. Read full article
Rose up to sixth in world rankings
Justin Rose leapfrogged ahead of Ryder Cup teammate Rory McIlroy to take sixth place in the world golf rankings on Monday. Read full article
Kuchar to lead global trio in Canada Cup
American Matt Kuchar will lead a World squad against Canada in a matchup of pro foursomes in the inaugural Canada Cup match at Halifax on June 30, organisers announced on Wednesday. Read full article
Tiger's lost his intimidation factor - Williams
Outspoken caddie Steve Williams says former employer Tiger Woods has lost his intimidation factor, as the New Zealander revealed he will quit fulltime golf this year. Read full article
Woods urged to 'respect' WGC-HSBC Champions
HSBC's sponsorship chief has urged Tiger Woods to respect the bank's large investment by playing at this year's WGC-HSBC Champions in Shanghai instead of "meaningless... money-making opportunities". Read full article
‘Swashbuckling Dubuisson aiming to be No 1’
Swashbuckling young French musketeer Victor Dubuisson has the weapons to win majors and become the world's No 1 golfer, according to fellow countryman and former Ryder Cup player Thomas Levet. Read full article
Larrazabal, Olesen get EurAsia Cup callup
European team captain Miguel Angel Jiménez has chosen Pablo Larrazábal and Thorbjørn Olesen as his two wildcard picks for the side to take on Asia in next month's EurAsia Cup. Read full article
Harrington reveals skin cancer surgery
Three-time major winner Padraig Harrington on Friday revealed that he has undergone treatment for skin cancer. Read full article
Indian Tiger set to make Delhi debut
One of India's leading golfers believes Tiger Woods's short visit next week to Delhi will generate a long-lasting interest in golf. Read full article
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