• Lahiri eyes Malaysian double

    Anirban Lahiri.

    Anirban Lahiri is confident of clinching a unique Malaysian double when he tees off at this month's CIMB Classic.

  • Jin books spot at Augusta

    Cheng: Heading to Augusta.

    Jin Cheng will turn out at the 2016 Masters at Augusta after winning the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship in Hong Kong.

  • Olesen wins Alfred Dunhill Links

    Thorbjorn Olesen won the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at the Old Course at St Andrews on Sunday.

  • Olesen takes control

    Thorbjorn Olesen

    Thorbjorn Olesen will take a three-shot lead into the final round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.

  • Furyk to miss Presidents Cup

    Jim Furyk: Wrist injury

    Jim Furyk has withdrawn from the Presidents Cup, as the wrist injury he sustained last month hasn't healed fully yet.

  • McIlroy: Spieth and Day motivate me

    Rory McIlroy says Jordan Spieth and Jason Day's recent exploits have made him hungry to hit back in 2016.

  • Spieth scoops top PGA honour

    Jordan Spieth has earned another feather in his cap after being named the PGA Tour's Player of the Year for 2015.

  • Rookie Mullen marches on

    Jimmy Mullen

    Jimmy Mullen's dream debut continued in the second round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship on Friday.

  • Jaidee: Government support needed

    Jaidee has called for more support

    Thongchai Jaidee has urged the Thai government to provide more support for golf as it is becoming an increasingly popular sport.

  • Rookies shine at Alfred Dunhill

    Newcomers Jimmy Mullen and Paul Dunne were surprise leaders on day one of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.

  • Molinari heading back to Q-School

    Edoardo Molinari.

    Edoardo Molinari will return to European Tour Q-School for the first time since 2008 after the Italian called time on his season.

  • Kim: Golf a fond memory

    Anthony Kim.

    Former prodigy Anthony Kim has revealed that he would only consider a return to the game if he was completely injury free.

  • Captains keen to avoid Solheim drama

    The captains and the Cup.

    Ryder Cup captains Davis Love and Darren Clarke want to avoid the kind of controversy that dogged the recent Solheim Cup.

  • Kaymer remains upbeat

    Ryder Cup target: Martin Kaymer

    Martin Kaymer believes his PGA Tour absence will give him an opportunity to focus on qualifying for the Ryder Cup.

  • Bae in Korea for double duty

    Bae Sang-moon: Back in Korea

    Bae Sang-moon arrived in Korea on Wednesday ahead of the Presidents Cup and the start of his mandatory military service.

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