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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
McIlroy took nine holes to land his first birdie while playing partner Phil Mickelson struggles with back injury
The American had hoped to return in time for the Games in Russia
Another win for Rory?
Fate is calling Murray and Australia offers his best shot at a third Grand Slam win
‘Brandel being able to share with us his assessment is too important to be abused’
The two famous sportsmen take meet each other on the golf course as part of a promotion for Nike's latest Ordem Football
Belgium-born Januzaj is joined by Solheim Cup star Charley Hull and 4x100m relay sprinter Dina Asher-Smith among others
Northern Irishman pleased to put frustrating year behind him
BBC sports presenter reveals she stopped speaking to her grandmother for six months after it became public that she was gay
Australia's Jason Day will compete in this week's World Cup in Melbourne despite learning that eight relatives, including his grandmother, have died in Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
Henrik Stenson remains on course to become European No 1 for the first time, although Ian Poulter has not given up hope of spoiling the Swede's bid to make history.
Henrik Stenson rattled in eight birdies for a second-round 64 to lead Dubai’s World Tour Championship by one shot from Alejandro Canizares yesterday, putting the Swede firmly in control of a five-man tussle to top the 2013 European money list.
Rival Ryan Lochte had predicted a comeback last year and it appears he has been proven right with Phelps return imminent