A weary Rory McIlroy dropped two shots over his final three holes but still managed to cling on to a share of the lead after the second round of the co-sanctioned Hong Kong Open today.
Colin Montgomerie fully supports Fred Couples in his decision to hand Tiger Woods a Presidents Cup wild card almost three months before the match in Melbourne.
Every European star basing himself in the United States – and that includes Rory McIlroy again next season – runs the risk of not making the Ryder Cup.
Mental training (and a belly putter) helped Keegan Bradley win the USPGA – Westwood and Donald take note, says James Corrigan
Henrik Stenson bogeyed his last two holes but still led the BMW International Open at the midway point in the second round in Munich today.
Italian teenager Matteo Manassero lived up to the huge expectations on him with a breathtaking start to his Italian Open campaign in Turin yesterday.
For the first time in 21 years, the Open Championship is almost certain to be without one of its most colourful characters. Colin Montgomerie, who has never lifted the Claret Jug but has attracted more headlines than many of the champions, failed miserably in his bid to qualify at Sunningdale yesterday.
Luke Donald labelled yesterday's 64 in this BMW PGA Championship "one of the best rounds I've ever played" and went on to describe his emotions. "I guess I feel a little bit invincible," said the Englishman. None of his rivals were arguing. Well, apart from the "little bit" part.
Twice US Masters champion Jose Maria Olazabal would accept the 2012 European Ryder Cup captaincy if he was offered the role, according to his manager Sergio Gomez.
Jockey says Grand National win is to thank for poll win as Taylor and Ennis take second and third in voting
Jose Maria Olazabal is expected to be named as Europe's next Ryder Cup captain next month.
Sometimes, a sporting life can be too much even for an enthusiast, and last weekend I proved not to be equal to the challenge.
Colin Montgomerie wants Jose Maria Olazabal to succeed him as European Ryder Cup captain - and Olazabal wants to do it.
Colin Montgomerie has written a losing captain's speech he hopes he does not have to give next Sunday, but has also penned an opening ceremony address he believes can play a part in winning.
Ulsterman must be applauded for honesty, which won't stop him being a real team player this week. James Corrigan speaks to Rory McIlroy
Europe's sporting Cup captain ignores option to alter Celtic Manor layout