Kristoffer Broberg beat Patrick Reed in a play-off to claim his first European Tour title.
'Some of the world's best beaches are in Ireland'
Northern Irishman missed the WGC-HSBC Champions pro-am, but was able to tee-off this morning when the tournament got under way
He has yet to drop a shot in his two rounds
Fate is calling Murray and Australia offers his best shot at a third Grand Slam win
Woods's invite event begins in Los Angeles this week
Northern Irishman pleased to put frustrating year behind him
The Northern Irish golfer admits Trott's departure represents the growing ever-increasing toll that sport can have on the mental state of those who compete
World No 6 finishes one shot behind winner Kang Sung-hoon
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.
What the heck is wrong with Rory McIlroy? He can’t be cursed, can he? It was only an equipment and clothing deal with Nike, not the Devil.
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.