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44 Rory McIlroy confirmed he is back on top form with a stunning 63 as the first round of the $2.5 million Dubai Desert Classic got underway Thursday with a barrage of birdies. Firing seven birdies and an eagle, the 24-year-old from Northern
Padraig Harrington was at a loss when asked to describe the Phoenix Open's par-3 16th hole in one word. More News "I'd like to see somebody describe it in one word," Harrington said about the stadium hole at TPC Scottsdale. The Irishman got into the
Getty Images Top draws Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy will go head-to-head over the first two rounds of the 25th anniversary Dubai Desert Classic on Thursday and Friday. They will be hoping for a better showing than a year ago when both opted to start
Lydia Ko remains in contention, but wasn't able to shoot as low as some on moving day at the Bahamas Golf Open. The 16-year-old rookie shot a two-under 71 in her third round at the Ocean Club Golf Course to be 10-under for the US$1.3 million (NZ$1.
The Victorian is one-under par on his round through 10 holes to improve to eight-under for the tournament, leaving him just one adrift of American leader Gary Woodland. Woodland is three-under on his round though 11 holes to move to nine-under.
Sergio Garcia claimed his first European Tour victory for more than two years when he beat Finn Mikko Ilonen at the third hole of a playoff at the Qatar Masters on Saturday. Both players finished the regulation 72 holes on 16-under-par 272, one ahead
Stewart Cink had fallen off the golf map since winning the British Open five years ago, although Cink did poke his head up a couple of weeks ago. It wasn't for Cink's golf but his incredibly unusual golfer's tan. TV cameras got a glimpse of Cink with
New Zealand golfer Tim Wilkinson is again on track to make the cut on the PGA Tour while compatriot Danny Lee is again on track to miss it. Wilkinson sits in a tie for 28th at the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines in California after shooting a
Rafa Cabrera-Bello birdied four of his last five holes for a 7-under 65 Thursday to take a two-shot lead after the second round of the Qatar Masters. The Spaniard had three straight birdies from the 14th and then rolled in another at 18 for a 13-
Photo / Getty Images To say Greg Turner is a central figure in the upcoming New Zealand Open Championship in Queenstown is an understatement. The 50-year-old pro is on the NZ Open Tournament Committee, he redesigned the Coronet Nine at Millbrook and