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Three-way tie at Harry Oppenheimer Trophy
Jason Froneman, Jason Viljoen and reigning Nomads SA Boys U-19 Stroke Play champion Tristen Strydom vaulted into a three-way share of the lead in the third round of the Harry Oppenheimer Trophy. Read full article
Cronje takes route 66 to lead at Maccauvlei
Stefan Cronje came flying out of the blocks in the second round of the Harry Oppenheimer Trophy with a six-under-par 66 to claim the 36-hole lead at Maccauvlei Golf Club. Read full article
Sublime McIlroy in tie for Dubai lead
Rory McIlroy rattled in six birdies in an opening round six-under 66 at the DP World Tour Championship on Thursday, mounting a late surge to share a one-shot lead with Ireland's Shane Lowry. Read full article
Inamori sets pace at Dunlop Phoenix
Japan's Yuki Inamori stole the thunder from a strong field with a birdie blitz on Thursday, firing a seven-under-par 64 for a one stroke lead after the first round of the Dunlop Phoenix tournament. Read full article
Singapore, Japan aces share Manila Masters lead
Mardan Mamat of Singapore and Japan's Daisuke Kataoka overcame gusty winds to post seven-under-par 65s and share the opening round lead at the Resorts World Manila Masters golf tournament on Thursday. Read full article
Hull chasing LET order of merit
England’s Charley Hull has the chance to become the youngest ever winner of the Ladies European Tour’s order of merit after her runner-up finish in Sanya, China, last week. Read full article
Record holder Gibson looking for new mark
Rhein Gibson's astonishing 55 at an Oklahoma golf course etched his name in the Guiness World Records but the unheralded Australian pro is determined to cast off the tag of "one-hit wonder". Read full article
Scott labours in wild winds at Aus Masters
Steven Bowditch shot a five-under 67 for a share of the lead after the first round of the Australian Masters in Melbourne on Thursday, upstaging Adam Scott who struggled to cope with windy conditions. Read full article
Nothing settled going into LPGA finale
Stacy Lewis has never been closer to a $1 million payoff, in points or in person. Read full article
Three Jacks tied at Battle of the Giants
If birdies are the best cure to restore a golfer’s sagging confidence, then James Kamte found the remedy in the second round of the IGT Tour’s Battle of Giants at Glendower Golf Club on Wednesday. Read full article
Poulter gunning for Stenson again
Ian Poulter aims to pip his friend Henrik Stenson for runners-up spot on the 2014 European money list with another strong showing at this week's $8 million DP World Tour Championship in Dubai. Read full article
McIlroy back for season finale in Dubai
Rory McIlroy may have already won the Race to Dubai crown, but there is a lot at stake this week at the $8million DP World Tour Championship, which starts on Thursday. Read full article
Stenson hopes birdie blitz bodes well
Henrik Stenson hopes his final round birdie blitz in Turkey last weekend bodes well for his defence of Europe's season-ending $8 million DP World Tour Championship, which starts on Thursday. Read full article
Cape Town Open brings out the stars
The third Lion of Africa Cape Town Open next week at Royal Cape Golf Club will see some of South Africa’s leading international stars coming home for the start of the Sunshine Tour’s summer season. Read full article
Scott feels former caddie's absence
Adam Scott cannot help but feel the absence of former bag-man Steve Williams, who would have been an asset in his bid to win a third successive Australian Masters title, the world No 2 said. Read full article
Woods lashes out over Jenkins' parody
Tiger Woods has lashed out at veteran golf writer Dan Jenkins for penning a fake satirical interview with the 14-times major winner, describing the parody as "a grudge-fueled piece of character assassination". Read full article
LPGA Tour to feature 33 events in 2015
The globe-trotting LPGA Tour will feature 33 tournaments, one more than this year, in 15 countries on its schedule for 2015, Commissioner Michael Whan said on Tuesday. Read full article
De Jager, Walters survive Euro Q-School cut
Louis de Jager and compatriot Justin Walters both survived the first cut at the European Tour’s Final Stage Qualifying on a day of heartbreak and joy for the seven-man South African contingent. Read full article
Zimbabweans dominate 'Battle of the Giants'
A cappuccino inspired Zimbabweans Ryan Cairns and Greg Bentley to eclipse the field in the first round of the IGT Tour’s Battle of the Giants at Glendower Golf Club on Tuesday. Read full article
Rory ready to take advantage of jaded rivals
Rory McIlroy believes a six-week break from golf to fight a legal case has put him in the ideal shape to end a stunning 2014 season. Read full article
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