• Quartet lead at Greenbrier Classic

    South Korea's S.J. Park and the American trio of Jason Bohn, Sean O'Hair and Bryce Molder found themselves atop the leaderboard after impressive third rounds at the Greenbrier Classic on Saturday.

  • Masson leads European Masters

    Caroline Masson: Leads by two strokes

    Caroline Masson will take a two-shot lead into the final round of the ISPS Handa Ladies European Masters after Alex Peters and Charley Hull fell off the pace.

  • Flawless Van Zyl two clear

    Jaco Van Zyl: Seven birdies in flawless 64

    Jaco Van Zyl put together one of the best rounds of his professional career to open up a two-shot lead after the third round of the Alstom Open de France.

  • Thongchai's remarkable start

    Thai veteran Thongchai Jaidee made a stunning start to his French Open third round, birdying the first six holes of the Le Golf National.

  • Langley and Vegas in front by one

    Scott Langley maintained his position atop the leaderboard at The Greenbrier Classic after carding a second-round 69.

  • Hull in mix as Peters leads

    Alex Peters: Chasing a maiden Ladies European Tour title

    Alex Peters fired a course-record equalling 63 to move two strokes clear of Charley Hull after the second round of the Ladies European Masters.

  • Course record hands Peters lead

    Alex Peters shot a course record equalling second round of nine under par 63 to lead the ISPS HANDA Ladies European Masters at Buckinghamshire Golf Club on Friday.

  • McDowell to go back to basics

    Graeme McDowell: A third missed cut in as many tournament appearances.

    Defending Open de France champion Graeme McDowell admits he has work to do on his game after missing the cut at Le Golf National.

  • Three share French advantage

    Martin Kaymer: One of three players tied on four-under

    Martin Kaymer birdied the final hole to move in to a three-way tie for the second round lead at the Open de France, as defending champion Graeme McDowell missed the cut.

  • Family key to Lahiri's success

    India's Anirban Lahiri will have the support of his entire family by his side when he takes part in the Open Championship at St Andrews in two weeks' time.

  • Woods finds form at Greenbrier Classic

    Tiger Woods fired his best round in 16 months to sit four shots off the pace after the first round of the Greenbrier Classic.

  • Dubuisson shines at Open de France

    Victor Dubuisson: Shares the clubhouse lead

    Victor Dubuisson gave his home fans plenty to cheer as he shared the clubhouse lead after a weather-hit opening day of the Alstom Open de France at Le Golf National.

  • Hull in the hunt at Masters

    Charley Hull: Five birdies in opening 68

    Charley Hull made an encouraging start to the ISPS HANDA Ladies European Masters as Sophie Giquel-Bettan claimed the first-round lead at Buckinghamshire Golf Club.

  • Tiger bounces back at Greenbrier Classic

    Tiger Woods: Fired a four-under-par 66 in round one of the Greenbrier Classic

    Tiger Woods put a miserable June behind him as he fired his best score of the season on the opening day of the Greenbrier Classic in West Virginia.

  • Ishikawa shares clubhouse lead

    Ryo Ishikawa carded six-under-par 64 to claim a share of the first round clubhouse lead of the Greenbrier Classic on Thursday

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