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Golf

Stadler on track for French Open win
Kevin Stadler remains on track for a wire-to-wire French Open victory on his debut appearance at Le Golf National after storming four shots clear in the third round on Saturday. Read full article
Pace within striking distance at Masters
Former Ladies European Tour No 1, Lee-Anne Pace, is in a challenging position heading into the weekend at the ISPS Handa Ladies European Masters in England. Read full article
Kaymer's composure a major trump card - Levet
Coolness under pressure, a strong work ethic and never-say-die attitude makes Germany's Martin Kaymer one of the favourites for this month's British Open, according to Frenchman Thomas Levet. Read full article
Matteson sizzles with a 61 at Greenbrier
Troy Matteson briefly eyed a 59 as he snapped a season-long slump to match his lowest ever score on the PGA Tour with a 61 for fourth place after the second round of the Greenbrier Classic on Friday. Read full article
Kemp in control at the Ladies European Masters
Australian Sarah Kemp took the second round lead at the ISPS HANDA Ladies European Masters after another hot and windy day at the leafy Buckinghamshire Golf Club just outside London on Friday. Read full article
Lee, G-Mac will get tickets to Ryder - Torrance
Ryder Cup mainstays Lee Westwood and Graeme McDowell may be on the outside looking in on Europe's team at the moment but vice-captain Sam Torrance has no doubt that both will be in the side come September. Read full article
Olesen gets Hoylake spot
World number 73 Charles Howell III will miss this month's British Open at Hoylake after deciding not to take up his exemption, organisers said in a statement on Friday. Read full article
Dean hangs tough for second win
Dean Burmester made clutch putts during the final round of the Sun City Challenge on Friday and claimed the second win of his career with a birdie at the 18th. Read full article
'Don't bet your house on Tiger at Hoylake'
Tiger Woods is kidding himself if he turns up at this month's British Open with only a repeat of his 2006 Hoylake win on his mind, according to former US Ryder Cup skipper Curtis Strange. Read full article
Stadler holds firm at top of leaderboard
Overnight pacesetter Kevin Stadler stretched his lead from one to three shots midway through the French Open at Le Golf National on Friday despite a sloppy finish to the second round. Read full article
SA quartet in touch at Buckinghamshire
Three of South Africa’s top ranked golfers finished within striking distance of Celine Herbin, Sarah Kemp and Scottish rookie Sally Watson, who share the lead after the opening round. Read full article
Blixt seizes Greenbrier lead
Jonas Blixt got his Greenbrier Classic title defense off to a hot start on Thursday, firing a six-under-par 64 to grab a one-stroke first-round lead. Read full article
'Stricker may regret missing Open again'
World number 18 Steve Stricker may one day live to regret his decision if he chooses to miss this month's British Open for the second year in a row, according to former US Ryder Cup captain Curtis Strange. Read full article
Blixt makes sizzling start to title defence
Swede Jonas Blixt made a storming start to his title defence at The Greenbrier Classic in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia on Thursday as he charged into a one-shot lead in the opening round. Read full article
Three share lead in European Masters
Celine Herbin, Sarah Kemp and Sally Watson shared the first round lead in the Ladies European Masters as temperatures soared to 26 degrees Celsius in Denham, England, on Thursday. Read full article
Stadler in charge at French Open
American Kevin Stadler lit up the French Open on Thursday as he fired a seven-under-par 64 to lead by one shot after the first round at Le Golf National near Versailles. Read full article
Louis bounces back at Lost City
Louis de Jager has made plenty of cuts in his sixth year on the Sunshine Tour and ranks 37th on the Order of Merit, but the 27-year-old wants more. Read full article
De Villiers bags second IGT Tour Eagle
Free State golfer Jacques de Villiers bagged his second IGT Tour Eagle in as many weeks with back-to-back success in the IGT Tour’s first Race to the USA series on Thursday. Read full article
Dean marching on at Sun City
Dean Burmester’s 67 during round two of the Sun City Challenge on Thursday earned the 25-year-old a three-shot lead over the morning field at Lost City Golf Course. Read full article
Honeymoon over for Lahiri
A truncated honeymoon is the price Asian Tour order of merit leader Anirban Lahiri will have to pay to make his second appearance at The Open later this month. Read full article
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