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Johnson eager to see Tiger return
Johnson eager to see Tiger return
Tiger Woods making a return to competitive golf is exactly what Dustin Johnson wants to see.
Koepka says USA Presidents Cup rookies are 'all fired up'
Koepka says USA Presidents Cup rookies are 'all fired up'
As he prepares for his first Presidents Cup, Brooks Koepka said his Ryder Cup experience was sure to help.
Spieth has 'plenty in the tank' for Presidents Cup
Spieth has 'plenty in the tank' for Presidents Cup
Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth will pair up at the Presidents Cup after the two enjoyed success at the last Ryder Cup.
McIlroy dodges favouritism claims by playing British Masters
McIlroy dodges favouritism claims by playing British Masters
There have been suggestions that Rory McIlroy has benefited from some lenient treatment from the European Tour in the past.
Presidents Cup: Strong US squad in search of seventh straight win
Presidents Cup: Strong US squad in search of seventh straight win
The United States have dominated the Presidents Cup since its inception in 1994.
McIlroy to play British Masters 10 years on from pro debut
McIlroy to play British Masters 10 years on from pro debut
Injuries have hampered him this season, but Rory McIlroy is looking forward to competing in the British Masters.
Mickelson, Hoffman added to US Presidents Cup team
Mickelson, Hoffman added to US Presidents Cup team
Phil Mickelson and Charley Hoffman were the two captain's picks announced to round out the US team for the Presidents Cup.
Porteous proves peerless in Prague
Porteous proves peerless in Prague
Lee Slattery was unable to hang on to his lead at the Czech Masters as Haydn Porteous claimed his second European Tour title in Prague.
Ormsby shares Himmerland lead, Lombard and Molinari ace 16th
Ormsby shares Himmerland lead, Lombard and Molinari ace 16th
Zander Lombard and Edoardo Molinari both produced a hole-in-one on Thursday, but neither were close to joint leader Wade Ormsby's 64.
WATCH: Bjorn serenaded with 'You'll Never Walk Alone' after joining 500 club
WATCH: Bjorn serenaded with 'You'll Never Walk Alone' after joining 500 club
Thomas Bjorn said playing in a landmark event on home soil was "probably one of the better moments" he has experienced in his long career.
Winning start for host Lawrie, Molinari outlasts Karlsson
Winning start for host Lawrie, Molinari outlasts Karlsson
For the third year in succession, Paul Lawrie advanced to the second round of the European Tour match play event bearing his name.
Werenski soars into Barracuda lead with late eagle
Werenski soars into Barracuda lead with late eagle
Richy Werenski is the surprise leader at the halfway point at the Barracuda Championship, with Stuart Appleby his nearest challenger.
Smith leads in Hamburg, but Siem in the driving seat after hole-in-one
Smith leads in Hamburg, but Siem in the driving seat after hole-in-one
Jordan Smith nearing a first European Tour win, a car-winning ace and a Patrick Reed albatross highlighted day three at the European Open.
Flattered Rahm says: I'm never going to be Seve
Flattered Rahm says: I'm never going to be Seve
Hailing Seve Ballesteros as his "great idol", Jon Rahm said: "He is somewhat the reason why I play golf. He opened so many doors."
Tree-mendous Toby ready for Open bow
Tree-mendous Toby ready for Open bow
Toby Tree will take to the first tee at Royal Birkdale to compete against the best the world of golf has to offer.
Munoz retains control at Greenbrier Classic
Munoz retains control at Greenbrier Classic
Colombian Sebastian Munoz is on track for a wire-to-wire win at the Greenbrier Classic.
Uihlein and Bjork take slender lead in final round
Uihlein and Bjork take slender lead in final round
It is all to play for at the Open de France, where Peter Uihlein and Alexander Bjork hold a slender lead after three rounds.
Otaegui, Uihlein move into Open de France lead
Otaegui, Uihlein move into Open de France lead
A congested leaderboard at Le Golf National is headed by Adrian Otaegui of Spain and the USA's Peter Uihlein.
Waring sets the pace in Paris as Pieters lurks
Waring sets the pace in Paris as Pieters lurks
Le Golf National will host the Ryder Cup next year and one likely Team Europe member put himself in the frame for victory after round one.
Reed hoping to maintain momentum after U.S. Open surge
Reed hoping to maintain momentum after U.S. Open surge
The big movers at Erin Hills on Saturday were Patrick Reed and Justin Thomas, but there was still plenty of action to come in round three.
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