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  • Molinari leads as An shines

    Francesco Molinari: Recovered from a rocky start to fire a 69

    Francesco Molinari will take a one-shot lead into the weekend of the BMW PGA Championship as Byeong Hun An stormed into contention with a superb 64 on the second day at Wentworth.

  • Donald wants greens replaced

    Luke Donald: In action at the BMW PGA Championship

    Luke Donald and Justin Rose were both critical of the Wentworth greens after both made it through to the weekend of the BMW PGA Championship.

  • Tired McIlroy crashes out

    Rory McIlroy: Looked a picture of dejection on the back nine

    Rory McIlroy limped to a disappointing early exit from the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth after missing the halfway cut by four shots.

  • Monty off to steady start

    Colin Montgomerie hits his second shot at the 16th hole during the opening round of the  Senior PGA Championship

    Colin Montgomerie has made a strong start to the defence of his Senior PGA Championship title in Indiana.

  • Quartet lead at Crowne Plaza Invitational

    Reigning Masters champions Jordan Spieth, Japan's Ryo Ishikawa and US duo Kevin Na and Boo Weekley all hit first rounds of 64 to take a one-shot lead at the Crowne Plaza Invitational in Texas.

  • Molinari shines at Wentworth

    Francesco Molinari: Leads the way at Wentworth

    Francesco Molinari stole the headlines on the first day of the BMW PGA Championship, while Rory McIlroy's tough recent schedule caught up with him at Wentworth.

  • Mental fatigue hampers McIlroy

    Rory McIlroy: In action at the BMW PGA Championship

    Rory McIlroy admitted he struggled to stay patient as he opened the defence of his BMW PGA Championship title with an erratic one-under 71.

  • Wood shrugs off poor finish

    Chris Wood: Shot 68 at Wentworth

    Chris Wood was delighted to put an injury-hit five months behind him after opening with a solid four-under 68 in the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.

  • O'Grady hails new Dubai deal

    Henrik Stenson: Reigning champion in Dubai

    DP World will continue to sponsor the European Tour's season-ending Tour Championship until 2020.

  • Reid claims win in Turkey

    Melissa Reid: In action in Turkey

    England's Melissa Reid led from start to finish to secure her fifth Ladies European Tour title at the Turkish Airlines Ladies Open on Wednesday.

  • Home comforts for Spieth

    Jordan Spieth: Missed the cut earlier this month at The Players Championship

    Masters champion Jordan Spieth will have the benefit of home support when he looks to bounce back from missing the cut in the Players Championship with victory in the Crowne Plaza Invitational.

  • McIlroy looks forward to break

    Rory McIlroy: Wentworth defence is his fourth tournament in as many weeks

    Rory McIlroy insists his focus is on finishing off a busy stretch of competitive golf and having a break from the game before he sizes up the challenge ahead at the US Open next month.

  • Wentworth on Rose's wish list

    Justin Rose: Eyeing win at Wentworth

    Justin Rose has won a major title and was top points scorer as Europe won the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles last year, but admits the BMW PGA Championship remains one of the tournaments on his career "bucket list".

  • Harrington hoping to start

    Padraig Harrington: Worried by a shoulder injury

    Padraig Harrington is optimistic he will be able to play in this week's BMW PGA Championship despite injuring his shoulder in the gym.

  • Reed explains Wentworth absence

    Patrick Reed: Needed to  be close to home this week

    American Ryder Cup star Patrick Reed has clarified his decision to pull out of the BMW PGA Championship and next week's Irish Open.

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