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Hatton holds lead despite Johnson surge
Tyrrell Hatton held on to the lead despite a third-round surge from World No 3 Dustin Johnson, the US Open champion, at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship on Saturday. Read full article
Storm disrupts Singapore Open 3rd round
Adam Scott was among four players tied for the lead at the Singapore Open on Saturday when a tropical storm and fading light forced the suspension of the third round. Read full article
Mickelson charges but Swafford leads at Challenge
Phil Mickelson fired a six-under par 66, including an eagle and a holed-out bunker shot, and leaped into contention after Friday's second round of the US PGA CareerBuilder Challenge. Read full article
Kaymer holds halfway lead in Abu Dhabi
German Martin Kaymer stayed on course for a fourth title at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship with a second consecutive round of 66 to seize the halfway lead on Friday. Read full article
Perfect Park pilots the SA Women’s Masters
Carrie Park continues to make a name for herself as one of the hottest prospects on the Sunshine Ladies Tour. Read full article
Scott surges into Singapore contention
Adam Scott charged up the leaderboard at the Singapore Open, getting himself within two shots of clubhouse leader Han Seung-su when the second round was suspended. Read full article
Three-way tie for lead at Hualalai
Bernhard Langer, Duffy Waldorf and Marco Dawson all posted rounds of 8-under-par 64 to share the first-round lead at the Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai on Thursday. Read full article
Mickelson pleased with 2017 debut
Five-time major winner Phil Mickelson, back in action after more than three months and two surgeries, was delighted to fire a first-round 68 in the USPGA Tour Career Builder Challenge on Thursday. Read full article
Bozzelli leads by one in California
American Dominic Bozzelli, in only his sixth PGA Tour start, holed out from 113 yards to eagle the par-four 14th en route to a one-shot lead after Thursday's opening round of the CareerBuilder Challenge. Read full article
Favourites struggle at Singapore Open
A lightning storm cut short the first round of the Singapore Open on Thursday after three-time champion Adam Scott tumbled down the leaderboard with a triple-bogey. Read full article
Stenson surges to Abu Dhabi lead
Henrik Stenson started his new season in the same dominant fashion that helped him become the European No 1 in 2016, shooting a bogey-free eight-under par 64 to take a two-shot lead. Read full article
Garcia keeps Pace promise to share lead
A fine three-under-par 69 saw Nicole Garcia move into a four-way tie for the lead with compatriot Ashleigh Buhai, South Korea’s Carrie Park and Kiran Matharu from England in the SA Women’s Masters on Thursday. Read full article
Mickelson begins comeback in California
Five-time major winner Phil Mickelson said on Wednesday that he will make his comeback from two sports hernia operations on Thursday in the opening round of the PGA CareerBuilder Challenge. Read full article
Prinsloo captures IGT season-opener
Jaco Prinsloo has the feeling that 2017 is going to get a lot more interesting after he sandwiched New Year between back-to-back victories on the IGT Challenge Tour on Wednesday. Read full article
'Striking balance to test top players difficult'
Golf has come a long way since Tiger Woods changed the nature of the sport following his maiden major triumph 20 years ago - courses are longer, players are fitter... Read full article
Bjorn gets extra wildcard as Europe tweak criteria
Europe amended its selection criteria for the 2018 Ryder Cup on Wednesday, handing Thomas Bjorn an extra wildcard pick and tweaking the qualifying system so the team contains more in-form players. Read full article
Scott aims for No 4 in Singapore
Scott is the highest-ranked player at this week's Singapore Open and the Australian will be confident of starting 2017 with a victory at a course and tournament where he has tasted success three times before. Read full article
Els backs Tiger to gain strength from roaring forties
Four-time major winner Ernie Els believes age is no barrier to success for Tiger Woods as the American great embarks on his latest comeback attempt after crippling injuries have blighted his last three seasons. Read full article
Conradie in pursuit at Randpark
Two-time IGT Challenge Tour winner Ruan Conradie may have swapped the amateur circuit for the paid ranks over the New Year, but the switch didn’t harm his confidence one bit. Read full article
Bregman backs budding talent
Given the wealth of knowledge she has accumulated in nine seasons on the Ladies European Tour, it is not surprising that Stacy Bregman would back herself in this week’s SA Women’s Masters. Read full article
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