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Mirim keeps British Open lead
Lee Mirim couldn't match her great golf of the first round, but a 71 was still good enough to hold the halfway lead on 11 under par 133 at the Women's British Open at Woburn on Friday. Read full article
Stenson soars ahead, Kaymer close
Open Championship winner Henrik Stenson fired a three-under par 67 on Friday to seize a one-stroke lead over two-time major winner Martin Kaymer and Patrick Reed at the PGA Championship. Read full article
Hot Vaughn shares Wild Coast lead
Groenewald rode a three-birdie streak on Friday to set up his second consecutive four-under-par 66, taking a share of the lead into the final round of the Vodacom Origins of Golf event at the Wild Coast. Read full article
Hull eclipsing world No 1 Ko
British No 1 Charley Hull looked like the 'Pied Piper of Woburn' as she treated her fans to another sparkling exhibition of golf to move into contention at the Ricoh Women's British Open on Friday. Read full article
Strydom soars with eagle at Irene Challenge
A superb eagle helped Strydom to deny professional Terence Boardman a second IGT Tour victory this season and celebrate a welcome return to the winner’s circle in the Irene Challenge on Wednesday. Read full article
Kaymer, Stenson set for early charge
British Open champion Henrik Stenson and two-time major winner Martin Kaymer were set to make early second-round charges at leader Jimmy Walker under rainy skies on Friday at the PGA Championship. Read full article
Muthiya’s work gives him Wild Coast lead
Madalitso Muthiya of Zambia carded a seven-under-par 63 on Thursday to grab a two-stroke edge after the first round of the Vodacom Origins of Golf event at the Wild Coast Sun Country Club. Read full article
Stenson carries Open momentum into PGA
Sweden's Henrik Stenson carried over the momentum from his British Open victory two weeks ago into the PGA Championship, firing a three-under-par 67 on Thursday to share fifth at Baltusrol. Read full article
Kaymer finds major form at PGA
Inspired by his upcoming Rio Olympics golf appearance, Germany's Martin Kaymer has regained the form that made him a two-time major winner and become a PGA Championship title threat. Read full article
Unheralded PGA leaders dream of first major title
Jimmy Walker is having a flop golf season after two breakthrough campaigns. Ross Fisher has not contended for a major crown since 2009. And everything is new for rookie Emiliano Grillo. Read full article
Day proves practice overrated
Jason Day, playing after just one day of practice at Baltusrol, kept it simple in Thursday's first round of the PGA Championship, hitting fairways and greens and sinking enough putts to join the hunt. Read full article
Lee Mirim enjoys perfect start to British Open
South Korea's Lee Mirim admitted that "everything was perfect" after she shot a course record ten under par 62 to lead the first round of the Women’s British Open on Thursday. Read full article
Woburn not long enough for Piller
World number 15 Gerina Piller was disappointed not to make full use of her extra length off the tee as the American slid to a 73 in the Ricoh Women's British Open first round on Thursday. Read full article
Stars stumble as Walker leads PGA
Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson and Phil Mickelson were among the stars humbled by Baltusrol in Thursday's opening round of the PGA Championship. Read full article
Day, McIlroy among early starters
World No 1 Jason Day, four-time major champion Rory McIlroy and five-time major winner Phil Mickelson were poised to make morning charges at Baltusrol as the 98th PGA Championship began on Thursday. Read full article
Intense shootout set for Baltusrol
World No 1 Jason Day and US Open champion Dustin Johnson top a host of on-form players in golf's strongest field since 1986 when the 98th PGA Championship starts on Thursday. Read full article
Garcia yearns to extend maiden major streak
The last four winners of golf's biggest events have been first-time major champions and Sergio Garcia could be next in line to extend that streak at the PGA Championship starting on Thursday. Read full article
Johnson sees another promising major chance
While many players bemoan the short turnaround between the British Open and PGA Championship, jammed closer together to accommodate the Rio Olympics, the implacable Dustin Johnson just rolls on. Read full article
Clarke sets up USA as favourites
Americans should be favoured in this year's Ryder Cup given world rankings and revamping efforts after losing six of the seven events, European Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke said on Wednesday. Read full article
Torrance named as Ryder Cup vice-captain
European Ryder Cup skipper Darren Clarke named Sam Torrance on Wednesday as his fifth vice-captain for September's match against the United States. Read full article
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