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Paul Lawrie can understand some of Europe's big names missing this week's Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, but admits he is baffled by their absence from next week's Seve Trophy.
Watson wants both teams to have 12 players who have qualified rather than picked to earn a feeling of something 'very. very special'
How do you like your champagne moments? Suzann Pettersen posted her entry with victory at the Evian Championship to claim her second major championship. An eight-footer for par at the last to give her a two-shot victory over 16-year-old prodigy Lydia Ko triggered an avalanche of corks at the foot of the Alps.
It's a big week in Chicago for the cream of British golf. With just 30 players progressing to the final FedEx Play-off event of the season, next week's Tour Championship, only Justin Rose is guaranteed a shot at the $10m (£6.3m) jackpot that comes with victory.
Is the favourite suffering psychologically as he chases his 15th major? Not a bit of it, he tells Kevin Garside at Muirfield
Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy hold the top two positions
It’s a long time since Tiger Woods began a competitive round at nearly tea-time and was still playing at 8.19pm when there was a hint of rain in the air and darkness was all around. It is a long time since Woods finished a round the better part of 17 hours after he had started it.
Tiger Woods last night created an unwanted record by carding the worst nine-hole score of his professional career during a nightmare third round at the Memorial Tournament.
World No 2 finishes round before Woods tees off but beats his disastrous Saturday score by 10
The two have history from the Ryder Cup
It is 17 years since Sir Nick Faldo last raised the flag of the Union at Augusta, 14 since a European triumph. There has been a Fijian, a Canadian, an Argentinian and a South African winner since Jose Maria Olazabal won the second of his green jackets in 1999, but those apart, golfers from the United States have turned the first major of the season into the parochial affair it always was before Severiano Ballesteros in 1980 ushered in a golden epoch for European golf.
The world number two is out of form heading to Augusta
World No 1’s 73 could have been worse as his troubles continue while Woods flourishes
Englishman feels the benefit from making equipment changes during six-week absence
Snow halts place in the Arizona desert during Accenture Match Play Championship