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Who will be wearing the famous Green Jacket tonight?

‘I enjoy the team events, there’s a great atmosphere,’ says Charley Hull

Teenager Charley Hull taking relaxed approach as Europe prepare to make Solheim Cup history

English star is hoping to be part of first team to win transatlantic tournament on US soil

Manager David Moyes of Manchester United speaks to Assistant Manager Steve Round, Ryan Giggs and Coach Phil Neville

Ryan Giggs will be a successful coach 'without doubt' says former Manchester United youth team manager Eric Harrison

The midfielder has become a coach at Old Trafford under David Moyes

Lee Westwood finished 13 shots behind winner Jason Dufner

Lee Westwood apologises for 'out of character' Twitter outburst

The golfer responded to criticism on the social networking site

Lee Westwood finished 13 shots behind winner Jason Dufner

US PGA 2013: Trolls feel Lee Westwood’s wrath after latest major meltdown

English golfer finishes well off the pace at Oak Hill and chose to take his anger out on those criticising him via his Twitter account, including former Ryder Cup captain Colin Montgomerie

Rory McIlroy watches anxiously after playing out of the rough on the fourth hole

Rory McIlroy in raptures as he finds the magic is on his side again at US PGA Championship

Defending champion finishes with two birdies to put himself back in the hunt at Oak Hill

US PGA 2013: American duo Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods continue to struggle at Oak Hill

The latest report from the 2013 US PGA Championship

Jason Dufner reacts after missing his putt on the 17th green

US PGA 2013: Leader Jason Dufner equals majors record with 63

None-superstar’s superstar two clear of the Oak Hill field

Justin Rose tees off on the seventh hole during the second round

US PGA 2013: Justin Rose shows champion’s touch with back-nine turnaround

Englishman makes most of improving conditions as McIlroy recovers pride

Lee Westwood's tee shot on the 14th as the rain continues to fall

US PGA 2013: The latest report from the second round

American penalised over extra club

Northop College (Formerly Welsh College of Horticulture)

History: Founded in 1954, as the Flintshire Institute of Horticulture. Merged with Deeside College and transferred Higher Education provision to Glyndwr University in 2009. Formerly known as the Welsh College of Horticulture.

Lee Westwood in action during the US PGA Championship at Oak Hill

US PGA Championship: Lee Westwood leads British challenge at Oak Hill

Paul Casey, Justin Rose and Rory McIlroy are also in contention

The Sport Matrix: Friday 9 August 2013

Furyk revels in calm before the storm

A double bogey on the last hole has put Woods six shots adrift of the clubhouse leader

US PGA Championship: Tiger Woods struggles to find vintage form as Jim Furyk toasts his driver

Double bogey on the last puts world No 1 six shots adrift of clubhouse leader before storms disrupt tournament

Tiger Woods begins his first round of the 2013 US PGA Championship

US PGA Championship: Tiger Woods struggles to find vintage form as Jim Furyk toasts his driver

Double bogey on the last puts world No 1 six shots adrift of clubhouse leader before storms disrupt tournament

Ian Poulter found his Ryder Cup form to produce a mesmerising run of eagle-birdie-birdie-birdie to put himself into contention as clubhouse leader on one-over.

US PGA Championship: Ian Poulter feels pressure could be the key to breaking his Major Championship duck

After third-place finish at Muirfield, Ryder Cup hero Poulter believes a fast start on Thursday could see him lift the Wanamaker Trophy come Sunday

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