• Wie focused on the present

    Michelle Wie began the new year on the back of a season to remember in 2014, but instead of basking in the joy of past victories she is concentrating on getting more titles behind her name.

  • McIlroy commits to Wentworth

    Rory McIlroy came from seven shots behind to win at Wentworth last year

    Rory McIlroy has confirmed that he will defend his BMW PGA Championship title at Wentworth in May.

  • Biggest gap between PGA wins

    Padraig Harrington won his first PGA Tour event since the 2008 US PGA Championship with a play-off victory over Daniel Berger at the Honda Classic this week but that time between wins is nothing compared to some of his counterparts.

  • Lahiri begins US campaign

    India's Anirban Lahiri will make his first start in the World Golf Championships event at Doral on Thursday.

  • Wie chasing Olympic dream

    Michelle Wie: Olympic Games a major focus

    Michelle Wie admits booking a place at the Olympic Games in Rio in 2016 will be one of her main focuses over the next year.

  • Woods allegations withdrawn

    Tiger Woods: On a break from the game

    Claims that Tiger Woods is serving a one-month suspension - rebutted by the player's agent and the PGA Tour - have been withdrawn.

  • Harrington points to 'mental edge'

    Padraig Harrington: Needed to birdie the 18th to take the tournament to a play-off.

    Padraig Harrington believes he's found the "mental edge" after winning his first PGA Tour event since the 2008 US PGA Championship with a play-off victory over Daniel Berger at the Honda Classic.

  • Harrington snatches Honda win

    Padraig Harrington:  Ends nearly seven years without a PGA Tour title

    Padraig Harrington overturned a four-shot final day deficit to snatch a dramatic victory at the second play-off hole of a rain-delayed Honda Classic.

  • Nicklaus backs Love as captain

    Jack Nicklaus: Backing Davis Love III as US captain

    Jack Nicklaus believes Davis Love III is the right choice as United States captain for next year's Ryder Cup.

  • McIlroy honoured over Laureus nomination

    Rory McIlroy, the number one golfer in the world, says it's "a prestigious honour" to be one of the nominees for the 2015 Laureus World Sportsman of the Year Award.

  • Poulter, Casey share Honda Classic lead

    The English duo of Ian Poulter and Paul Casey will take a three-shot advantage into the final day of the rain-affected Honda Classic at Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.

  • Ko enjoying home comforts

    Lydia Ko secured her second New Zealand Women's Open title on Sunday, and the teenager admits that triumping on home soil is something very special.

  • Super Sullivan wins again

    Andy Sullivan: Five birdies in eight holes on his way to another Joburg victory

    Andy Sullivan claimed his second title in Johannesburg in eight weeks with a two-shot victory at the Joburg Open.

  • Two-shot triumph for Yang

    Amy Yang: Wins the second title of her career

    Amy Yang secured the second LPGA Tour title of her career, by posting a final round of 69 to win the Honda-sponsored tournament at Chonburi in Thailand.

  • Ko eases to four stroke win

    Lydia Ko: World No 1 wins on home soil in New Zealand

    Teenage sensation Lydia Ko continued her remarkable run of form by easing to a four-shot victory at the New Zealand Open in Christchurch.

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