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Poulter has shone time and again in the Ryder Cup but he feels it's time he shows that success when chasing personal glory

Phil Mickelson celebrates his birdie on the 18th

The Open 2013: Phil Mickelson 'showed a lot of guts' says Jack Nicklaus

The American won in style at Muirfield

Second shot: Paul Lawrie lines up a putt in the third round at Muirfield

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He was eight over, so the Scot went home – but then had to return

Justin Rose plays out of a bunker during practice

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Having laid to rest the ghost of Tony Jacklin last month by becoming the first Englishman to win the US Open since that son of a Scunthorpe lorry driver in 1970, Justin Rose and his fellow English golfers are still haunted by the ghost of Sir Nick Faldo at the Open Championship.

Sound of Munich is sweeter than mutterings of Merion for Sergio Garcia

Sergio Garcia responded to a disappointing showing at the US Open to vault into contention for the BMW International Open here with a spectacular third round of 65.

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Padraig Harrington in U-turn on belly putters

Less than a year after calling for anchored putters to be banned, the three-time major winner Padraig Harrington switched to one in the Wells Fargo Championship.

Adam Scott of Australia receives his green jacket from 2012 Masters champion Bubba Watson

The Masters 2013: How Greg Norman finally won a Green Jacket for Australia

Adam Scott reveals that the Great White Shark’s support gave him back the belief he had lost

Tiger Woods teed off mired in a rules controversy after taking an incorrect drop on Friday

The Masters 2013: Rory McIlroy out early and aiming for next year

World No 2 finishes round before Woods tees off but beats his disastrous Saturday score by 10

The 18th at Muirfield with the woman-free clubhouse behind

Robin Scott-Elliot: An Open venue closed to women does Scotland no favours at all

There is no sign of change at St Andrews or Muirfield or Troon

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Justin Rose and Louis Oosthuizen eye moves up the world rankings

Justin Rose is now the world number four

Charl Schwartzel has won the last two Tour titles convincingly

Another huge win for Charl Schwartzel at Leopard Creek

South African Charl Schwartzel completed a fantastic finish to 2012 with an astonishing 12-stroke victory on home soil at the Alfred Dunhill Championship.

Ernie Els is a fan of the long putter

Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods to welcome proposed ban on belly putters

The end of the belly putter is nigh. Golf’s regulatory bodies on both sides of the Atlantic, the Royal and Ancient Golf Club and the United States Golf Association, have moved in unison to ban from 2016 the anchoring of a putting device to the body.

Adam Scott admitted he had ‘let a really great chance slip’

Adam Scott over his Open Championship anguish

Adam Scott begins the defence of his title at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational in Ohio today convinced he can put his nightmare final-round collapse at the Open behind him.

Lee Westwood plays out of a bunker during practice at Royal Lytham

Lee Westwood hoping life begins at 40 in the majors

Briton's move to the States is final push to emulate the likes of Els and Clarke

Luke Donald shot a third-round 66 at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans

Donald on course to regain No 1 ranking

Jason Dufner beat Ernie Els in a sudden-death play-off last night to win the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, an event which saw Britain's Luke Donald regain top spot in the world rankings.

Dropped shot: Tiger Woods lets go of his club after his tee shot at the 15th

Woods has title in sight after dicing with disaster

With the Masters less than two weeks away, Tiger Woods stayed on course for the Arnold Palmer Invitational title here in Orlando, taking a one-shot lead over Graeme McDowell into today's final round.

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