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Golf

Tiger upbeat after mixed fortunes
Tiger Woods' return to competition after an absence of nearly 16 months was a mixed bag, though the former world No 1 said he had a great week simply competing at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas. Read full article
Passport lapse costs Kumar HK spot
Mukesh Kumar has blown the chance to tee up alongside Masters champion Danny Willett, Olympic gold medallist Justin Rose and US Ryder Cup star Patrick Reed because his passport has expired. Read full article
Five things we learned from Tiger's return
Five things we learned from the return of Tiger Woods to competitive golf at the Hero World Challenge invitational event at par-72 Albany Golf Club in the Bahamas. Read full article
Matsuyama captures World Challenge
Hideki Matsuyama won his fourth title in the past two months on Sunday, holding off Sweden's Henrik Stenson to capture the Hero World Challenge by two strokes. Read full article
KLPGA team dominates The Queens
Captain Jiyai Shin’s nine-woman team representing the Korean Ladies Professional Golf Association (KLPGA) won the second edition of The Queens in Japan on Sunday. Read full article
Tiger staggers in to complete comeback
Tiger Woods struggled through a roller-coaster final round on Sunday at the Hero World Challenge, firing a four-over par 76 to conclude his comeback event after a 16-month layoff following back surgery. Read full article
SA golfers win first ever test v India
South Africa celebrated a crushing victory in the inaugural Golf Test Series against India at the Royal Calcutta Golf Club on Sunday. Read full article
Stone strolls to Dunhill title
Brandon Stone played red-hot golf at Leopard Creek on Sunday to dethrone Charl Schwartzel and win the Alfred Dunhill Championship by a runaway seven-stroke margin. Read full article
Kumar clinches Panasonic Open India title
India's Mukesh Kumar fired a crucial birdie on the 15th hole to set up his first Asian Tour victory at the Panasonic Open India golf tournament in New Delhi on Sunday. Read full article
American Varner wins Australian PGA
American Harold Varner III took his first professional victory at the Australian PGA Championship on Sunday on the Gold Coast by two strokes. Read full article
Matsuyama soars to Challenge lead
Hideki Matsuyama, seeking his fourth title in the past two months, fired a seven-under par 65 on Saturday to seize a seven-stroke lead after the third round of the Hero World Challenge. Read full article
Tiger sizzles then fizzles in Bahamas
Tiger Woods sizzled early but fizzled late in firing a two-under-par 70 in Saturday's third round of the Hero World Challenge, his first event after a 16-month injury layoff. Read full article
Korea, Japan qualify for Queens final
The Korean Ladies Professional Golf Association team won all four of their matches on day two of The Queens in Japan on Saturday. Read full article
SA team takes control in Kolkata
The South Africa team was in commanding form as they extended their first-round advantage to three points in Saturday’s second round of the inaugural Golf Test Series in India. Read full article
Stone on a roll at Leopard Creek
Brandon Stone edged closer to a second European Tour title with a fine 66 in the third round of the Alfred Dunhill Championship on Saturday to lead by three shots at Leopard Creek Country Club. Read full article
Kumar leads in New Delhi, Lee hits ace
Mukesh Kumar took the lead after the second round while Lee Sung of South Korea captivated with a hole-in-one in the fog-hit Panasonic India Open golf tournament in New Delhi on Saturday. Read full article
Birdies, bugs and buffaloes on the golf tour
Like his fellow players, rip-it-and-grip-it Randpark golf professional Anthony Michael loves nothing more than smashing a 300-metre drive down the middle, or rolling in a 40-foot putt for birdie. Read full article
Dodt maintains advantage at Australian PGA
Andrew Dodt will tee off with a two-shot lead for the third day in a row in the final round of the Australian PGA Championship after a two-under-par 70 kept him on top of the leaderboard on Saturday. Read full article
Matsuyama takes Challenge lead
Japan's Hideki Matsuyama, making the most of a hot putter, shot a five-under par 67 on Friday to match US Open champion Dustin Johnson for the lead at the Hero World Challenge. Read full article
LPGA of Japan Team lead The Queens
The LPGA of Japan Team won all four of their matches on day one of The Queens presented by Kowa to surge into a four point lead at Miyoshi Country Club in Nagoya, Japan. Read full article
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