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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

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Tiger Woods enjoyed himself in the Florida sunshine yesterday. With a three-under-par 69, the former world No 1 was three off the clubhouse lead in the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill.

Cap that: Jose Maria Olazabal admires this third-round shot yesterday

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Europe's captain, Jose Maria Olazabal, still has a chance to kick off this Ryder Cup year with his first win for seven years – from the depths of 596th in the world.

Trap negotiated: Lee Westwood splashes out of a bunker during his third-round 73 in Bangkok yesterday

Westwood's sole driver is his major motivation

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Agent whose stable has won the year's first three majors tells James Corrigan what shape his players are in heading to Atlanta

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Rory McIlroy admits he has had "about four" hangovers since his runaway US Open victory, but he will not be adding his slow start to the Open to the list.

Molinari's incredible journey can deliver him to a major destination

The former amateur from Turin enjoyed a remarkable 2010 and is aiming for more success at the Open

How the Jerry Maguire of golf became a major player

Super-agent Chubby Chandler has the Open and Masters champions in his stable and it's the 'family' feel and attention to detail that keeps them happy, he tells James Corrigan

Hold The Back Page: 04/06/2011

The conman, the Derby and Seville

When a Picasso goes at auction it's usually a win-win-win situation.

'Unbeatable' Donald would be worthy world No 1, says Kaymer

Lee Westwood is hanging on to the world No 1 tag by a slither from his countryman Luke Donald, but the man ranked in third believes justice would be served if the latter took over here at this week's BMW PGA Championship.

Westwood's No 1 ranking put at risk by double bogey

Lee Westwood double-bogeyed the final hole of his first round at the Ballantine's Championship in South Korea yesterday to finish six shots behind leader Ireland's Damien McGrane.

Tiger's game-changing triumph in 1997 is year zero for golf's new breed

Although tiger Woods put on a great last-round charge last night, his biggest impact on the 75th Masters may have been winning the tournament in 1997. Tiger's historic triumph by 12 strokes has been cited time and again as their main inspiration by the new generation of jacket-seekers, not least third-round leader Rory McIlroy.

Ernie Els looks for boost from Lee Westwood

Ernie Els is determined to prove again that it is possible to go from zero to hero in the space of a week - and that spending time with Lee Westwood pays dividends.

Goosen makes the most of fast start to lead in South Africa

Home favourite Retief Goosen and Germany's Alex Cejka shared the lead after the first round of a rain-affected South African Open yesterday with scores of eight-under-par 64 in Durban.

Graeme McDowell and Martin Kaymer joint winners of European Tour Golfer of the Year

Graeme McDowell and Martin Kaymer have been voted joint winners of the 2010 European Tour Golfer of the Year award - the first time the prize has been shared in its 26-year history.

Westwood pleased but ‘surprised’ by strong start at top

Lee Westwood will resist the temptation to tinker with his game as he heads into the weekend at the HSBC Champions in Shanghai with an excellent chance to cement his position as world No 1.

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