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  • Meesawat wants Dubai victory

    Thailand's Prom Meesawat is aiming for victory at the inaugural Dubai Open in order to secure second on the Asian Tour's Order of Merit.

  • R&A confirm 2017 venues

    General view of Royal St George's Golf Club, Sandwich

    The Amateur Championship will return to Royal St George's for the 14th time in 2017, the R&A has confirmed.

  • Gallacher aiming high

    Gallacher is looking forward to playing more PGA Tour events next season

    Stephen Gallacher has set himself massive goals for next year as he looks to build on a memorable 2014 campaign.

  • McIlroy wins European honour

    Rory McIlroy holds the famous claret jug after winning The Open Championship at Royal Liverpool in July.

    Rory McIlroy has added another prestigious award to his collection after being named Race to Dubai European Tour Golfer of the Year for 2014.

  • Torrance hits out at Faldo

    Sam Torrance: Strong words for Sir Nick Faldo

    Sam Torrance has criticised Sir Nick Faldo for labelling Sergio Garcia "useless" on the eve of September's Ryder Cup.

  • McIlroy: Golf needs to be faster

    World number one Rory McIlroy believes in order to attract younger viewers golf needs to be speeded up.

  • Westwood to defend MMO title

    Lee Westwood has revealed he will be returning to defend his Maybank Malaysian Open (MMO) title in 2015.

  • Lipsky is Asian Order of Merit winner

    David Lipsky is this year's Asian Tour Order of Merit champion after closest rival Anirban Lahiri failed to sufficiently close the gap at the Thailand Golf Championship on Sunday.

  • Grace storms to victory

    Branden Grace: Sealed a seven shot victory at Leopard Creek

    Branden Grace stormed to his first European Tour title in two years with victory at the Alfred Dunhill Championship.

  • Westwood triumphs in Thailand

    Lee Westwood: Fired his way to a second Thailand Golf Championship

    Lee Westwood secured his second Thailand Golf Championship title after Marcus Fraser and Martin Kaymer both slipped up.

  • Chalmers snatches PGA success

    Greg Chalmers with Australian PGA Championship trophy

    Greg Chalmers won the Australian PGA Championship after a play-off with fellow Australians Adam Scott and Wade Ormsby.

  • Monty: Rory is better than Tiger

    Golf legend Colin Montgomerie has stated he believes Rory McIlroy is better than Tiger Woods was at the peak of his playing career.

  • Lahiri: I need more confidence

    India's Anirban Lahiri revealed that he will be aiming for more confidence as he chases Marcus Fraser's lead on the final day of the Thailand Golf Championship.

  • Grace lead cut at Leopard Creek

    Branden Grace: The South African leads by one shot heading into the final day

    Branden Grace saw his overnight lead slashed to one as Lucas Bjerregaard shot a 66 at the Alfred Dunhill Championship.

  • Fraser holds lead in Thailand

    Marcus Fraser: The Australian hold the lead at the Amata Spring Country Club in Thailand

    Australia's Marcus Fraser holds a slender one-shot lead after the third round of the Thailand Golf Championship.

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