England's Justin Rose shot another 66 to share the lead at the Honda Classic at Palm Beach, Florida yesterday – but three birdies in his last five holes brought Rory McIlroy right back into the thick of things.
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.
A weary Rory McIlroy dropped two shots over his final three holes but still managed to cling on to a share of the lead after the second round of the co-sanctioned Hong Kong Open today.
Ulsterman's double-bogey start sets tone for frustrating day as bagman dispute rumbles on
Darren Clarke, happy again and engaged to be married, continued the remarkable Irish golfing story of recent years with a second successive 68 in The Open at Sandwich today.
Everyone wants a piece of Rory but will the weather hamper his push for two in a row?
Great things are expected of Tom Lewis, not least by his dad who named him after the man he plays with tomorrow
With the Open looming, two of the sport's elder statesmen discuss their very different attitudes to practice, the new kid on the tee and Tiger. James Corrigan fires the questions
While a campaign was launched yesterday to immortalise Seve Ballesteros as the image of the European Tour, the great Spanish golfer continued to be honoured across the world. The American Tour held a minute's silence at all three of their competing events and, defying convention, the Spanish flag was raised at Sawgrass, venue for this week's Players Championship.
What a good day to bury good news. The timing of this important golfing announcement may have been baffling – coming an hour before first tee-off in the year's opening major – but surely only the dustiest of traditionalists would argue with the rule change.
The masters should look out. The game's forgotten champion believes he is about to play the finest golf of his career and is ready to remind everyone of his major qualities at Augusta next week.
Eight players are separated by a single shot at the halfway stage of the Volvo Golf Champions in Bahrain – with Miguel Angel Jimenez among them despite breaking his putter in two pieces.
Padraig Harrington won for the first time in more than two years yesterday – a comfortable three-stroke victory at the Iskandar Johor Open in Malaysia.
Two eagles towards the end of his first round saw Padraig Harrington claim an eight under par share of the lead at the Iskandar Johor Open. Having collected five birdies and one bogey over the preceding 15 holes, Harrington eagled the 16th and 18th to join Australian Marcus Both and Thai Kiradech Aphibarnrat at the top of the leaderboard at the Horizon Hills Golf and Country Club in Johor Bahru, Malaysia.
Reliable rookie inspires experienced partner to first first full point since 2004
Despite the scandals and controversy, the world No 1 received a rousing ovation here. Will it inspire him as the action begins today?