Disappearance comes after presidential hopeful's comments on Muslims entering the US
Getting a Golf at the hire-car counter is like winning the lottery, whereas the new Astra is like winning £10
The Briton shot his lowest round for 14 months with a 64 to claim opening day lead
McIlroy is currently in action at the Turkish Airlines Open
For sale, one five-year-old Ford Mondeo, low mileage, Sheffield. Matthew Fitzpatrick is a golfer going places after joining the ranks of English sporting millionaires with his maiden victory at the British Masters. The prize pot for winning at Woburn was half a million quid, which would buy a showroom full of Fords, and doubled his earnings in what has already been a successful debut season.
Fitzpatrick holds a share of the lead at the British Masters at Woburn after a second-day 69
Briton says he took his eye off the ball during his recent split from his wife. However, he has now moved back across the Atlantic to be near his children and tells Kevin Garside that hard work and a settled personal life will see him climb the rankings
As he prepares to host the British Masters at his home club Woburn this week, the 39-year-old tells Kevin Garside why it’s vital golf reaches out to the next generation – and how he can feel the sands of time falling in his own career
The Northern Irishman struck a 63 in the opening round to put him nine under par
This is Dubai, and bling is back. If you want to get the attention of a millionaire golfer you have to go big. The Dubai Desert Classic has gone bigger than any tournament on earth with a record jackpot for a hole-in-one at the 17th, a cool $2.5 million (£1.5m). Even Rory McIlroy is interested.
Ballesteros was playing as an amateur at the event that his late and beloved father won back in 1992
It is 15 years since Garcia skipped into our hearts and under Woods’ skin
This is a tale that, when told, seems to have been embellished by Hollywood. It’s a tale of tragedy and triumph, talent and dedication, love and loss, and it’s all true.
At sixteen the challenge is as much about earning life experience as anything else
Garcia would have broken the rules had it been a spike mark but European Tour chief referee John Paramor was satisfied with his explanation
Golfer insists he has apologised over and over again after receiving abuse from small sections of the American crowd at the US Open last year