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McIlroy wins Dubai Desert Classic
Rory McIlroy coasted home to capture a second Dubai Desert Classic title on Sunday, winning by three shots and finishing on a tournament record equalling 22-under-par. Read full article
Ko becomes youngest world number one
Lydia Ko of New Zealand became the youngest golfer to hold top spot in the world rankings by tying for second place at the LPGA season-opening Coates Golf Championship in Ocala, Florida, on Saturday. Read full article
Laird leads Phoenix by three, Molinari lands ace
Scotland's Martin Laird shot a three-under-par 68 to hold off some charging youngsters on Saturday and take a three-stroke lead into the final round of the Phoenix Open. Read full article
McIlroy extends lead to four shots
Rory McIlroy was in a class of his own on Saturday, seizing a four-shot lead with a six-under-par 66 after the third round of the Dubai Desert Classic. Read full article
Struggling Woods will be fine in the end - Clarke
People should not read too much into Tiger Woods's disastrous performance at the Phoenix Open, according to his close friend and fellow former British Open champion Darren Clarke. Read full article
Ko takes lead at LPGA opener
Lydia Ko birdied five consecutive holes and shot a 7-under 65 in the third round of the Coates Golf Championship on Friday to take the outright lead in the LPGA Tour's season opener. Read full article
Laird two ahead at Phoenix Open
A bogey at the final hole left Scotland's Martin Laird with a two-stroke lead after the second round at a wet Phoenix Open on Friday. Read full article
Woods slumps to his worst round as a pro
Tiger Woods slumped to his worst round as a professional when he carded an 11-over-par 82 in the second round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open on Friday. Read full article
Flawless McIlroy surges ahead in Dubai
Rory McIlroy stormed into a one-shot lead in the Dubai Desert Classic with a sparkling second-round 64 on Friday. Read full article
Allenby gets only a few boos in return
Robert Allenby feared the worst on Thursday at the Phoenix Open in his first round since his mysterious misadventure in Hawaii. Read full article
Jang goes from qualifier to LPGA leader
Ha Na Jang went from qualifier to leader in just a few days at the US LPGA Tour season opener on Thursday. Read full article
Van Zyl all smiles in the desert
A year ago, Jaco van Zyl would have agonized over a seven shot deficit, but right now, the South African is all smiles after an opening 71 in the Dubai Desert Classic on Thursday. Read full article
Bradley adapting well to short putters
So far, so good for Keegan Bradley, who four months ago traded a belly putter for a conventional one in a bid to prepare himself for a major change to be implemented by golf's rulemakers. Read full article
Tiger struggles as Keegan, Bubba shine
While Tiger Woods struggled in his first PGA Tour start of the season, Ryan Palmer, Keegan Bradley and Bubba Watson were to the fore at the weather-hit Phoenix Open on Thursday. Read full article
‘Second chance’ for Trevor at Vusi Q-School
Trevor Mahoney gave up his professional status two years ago, but he returned to Vusi Ngubeni Qualifying School this week, where he’s hoping to revive his dream of competing on the Sunshine Tour. Read full article
Simon, Reto launch season in Florida
Three-time Sunshine Ladies Tour winner Ashleigh Simon and compatriot Paula Reto got this year's season underway in the LPGA Tour's Coates Championship on Wednesday. Read full article
Viennese waltz in the desert for Wiesberger
A dynamic sequence of five birdies in a row lifted Austrian Bernd Wiesberger to the top of the leaderboard on eight-under 64 after the Dubai Desert Classic first round on Thursday. Read full article
Super Bowl omens look bright for Mickelson
The omens look good this week for Phil Mickelson, a long-time fan of the National Football League who has made a habit of flourishing at the Waste Management Phoenix Open when the Super Bowl is in town. Read full article
Snedeker feels at 'centre of the sports world'
With Tiger Woods and the Super Bowl both back in town, Brandt Snedeker feels as if he is at the centre of the sporting world as he prepares to compete in this week's Waste Management Phoenix Open. Read full article
Australian golfer Kel Nagle dies age 94
Australia's former British Open winner Kel Nagle died on Thursday, aged 94. Read full article
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