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Bravehearts dare to take up challenge
Hitting your drive on one leg. Sounds pretty intimidating and you bet it is tough, yet right around the world there are thousands of golfers who cope very well with these kinds of disabilities. Read full article
Furyk to make PGA Tour return
Jim Furyk will end an injury absence of nearly eight months when he returns to competition at next week's Wells Fargo Championship in Charlotte, North Carolina. Read full article
Pak out of Texas Shootout with tea burn
South Korean superstar Pak Se-Ri pulled out of the LPGA Texas Shootout in the second round on Friday with a burn on her leg caused by hot tea. Read full article
Aguilar in front at China Open
Chilean Felipe Aguilar leapt to the top of the Volvo China Open leaderboard with a seven-under-par 65 on Friday before the second round was suspended because of bad weather in Beijing. Read full article
Hur takes first-round LPGA lead
Hur Mi-jung reeled off five consecutive birdies on her way to a one-shot lead after the first round at the Texas Shootout in Irving on Thursday. Read full article
Stuard sets early pace in rainy New Orleans
American journeyman Brian Stuard took advantage of rain-softened conditions with a red-hot putter to charge into an early one-shot lead in the weather-hit opening round of the Zurich Classic. Read full article
Daly set for Champions Tour debut
John Daly celebrated his 50th birthday on Thursday, the official stamp of approval to earn him a spot at next week's Insperity Invitational at The Woodlands in Texas for his debut... Read full article
Otto in orbit with eagle at eighth
South African journeyman Hennie Otto blasted a stunning nine-under-par 63 to lead the Volvo China Open after the first round on Thursday. Read full article
Day targeting Olympic glory
World No 1 Jason Day is relishing the prospect of trying to win an Olympic gold medal but has no problem with fellow professionals who have opted to skip the Games. Read full article
Telfer wins SA Women’s Amateur Stroke Play
Johannesburg’s Kaleigh Telfer claimed her maiden Sanlam SA Women’s Amateur Stroke Play Championship title when she won by six strokes at Westlake Golf Club on Tuesday. Read full article
Schuhknecht wants to shake bridesmaid tag
The only thing to do when victory keeps eluding you is to ‘try and try again’, says double World One-Arm champion Reinard Schuhknecht. Read full article
Vincent’s 10-under books Mauritius ticket
Zimbabwe’s Scott Vincent produced a sizzling 10-under-par 62 on Tuesday at Woodhill Country Club to lead a group of eight Sunshine Tour qualifiers into the second edition of the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open. Read full article
Rebula happy to be in the hunt again
Two victories in his last three starts has rocketed former top ranked junior Jovan Rebula from George to the No 2 spot in the South African Golf Association Open Amateur rankings. Read full article
Woods feels good after first holes of the year
Tiger Woods played his first stretch of golf holes since last August on Monday at a course opening in Montgomery, Texas to fuel speculations that he could return soon. Read full article
Schwartzel skipping Olympics - Player
South Africa's Charl Schwartzel has joined compatriot Louis Oosthuizen in deciding to skip this year's Olympics, team captain Gary Player said in a statement on Monday. Read full article
Tiger registers for US Open
Tiger Woods has registered to play in June's US Open at Oakmont Country Club in Pennsylvania but has not set a timetable for his return to the PGA Tour. Read full article
Telfer two clear in Sanlam SA Women’s Amateur
It’s not yet on the level of her love for Deep House music, but 17-year-old Kaleigh Telfer is slowly starting to understand Westlake Golf Club’s course. Read full article
Pace gets her groove back in California
South Africa’s Lee-Anne Pace outgunned three of the world’s top 10 players to claim a runner-up finish in the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic on Sunday. Read full article
McIlroy set for French Open return
Rory McIlroy is to play in the French Open at the end of June as part of his preparations for the British Open, organisers announced on Monday. Read full article
Stevens holds on to win on Glacier Junior Series
Cole Stevens survived something of a back-nine meltdown to win the Glacier Junior Series tournament at Country Club Johannesburg on Sunday. Read full article
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