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Slick City move to summit after thrashing Spurs

Donald driven to top money list on both sides of the Atlantic

So much for the notion that it's all about majors and only about majors. Luke Donald is one professional golfer who affords the money list ultimate respect. And as world No 1 his pursuit of both the American and European titles promises to lend this end of season much-needed significance.

Lewis aims to follow McIlroy's Dunhill example

The last time Tom Lewis was here at the Old Course his girlfriend, Lara Cornell, was his caddie and a few hundred watched him win the St Andrews Links Trophy. That was three months ago.

Lewis seeks first blow as British battle the odds

Among the many messages of support read out by Nigel Edwards in his call to arms to the British and Irish Walker Cup team here last night, was one from the world No 2, Lee Westwood, urging his young countrymen not to be "overawed by the opposition".

Donaldson gives himself chance to break duck as big guns misfire

Jamie Donaldson, still to taste European Tour success after 237 events over a decade, takes a one-stroke lead into the final round of the Omega European Masters in Switzerland.

McIlroy too busy for Seve tournament

Rory McIlroy yesterday revealed he had resisted the emotional plea of his Ryder Cup captain, Jose Maria Olazabal, and would not be playing in this month's Vivendi Seve Trophy in Paris.

Johnson climbs to world No 4

Dustin Johnson is up to a career-high fourth in the world after his victory in the first of the FedEx Cup play-off events, the Barclays in New Jersey.

Ryder Cup risk for US-based stars

Every European star basing himself in the United States – and that includes Rory McIlroy again next season – runs the risk of not making the Ryder Cup.

Why British stars have much to learn from rookie victor

Mental training (and a belly putter) helped Keegan Bradley win the USPGA – Westwood and Donald take note, says James Corrigan

Keegan Bradley revels in unlikely USPGA triumph

The name is Keegan Bradley - not Bradley Keegan - and he is golf's newest major champion.

No rush to return as McIlroy seeks advice about wrist

Rory McIlroy will discover tomorrow when he will be able to return to competitive golf. The Ulsterman will travel to New York to meet with his sports scientist, who will examine the results of the scan McIlroy underwent on his right wrist after smashing a seven-iron into a tree root on the first day of this USPGA Championship.

Pressure off as Westwood enjoys putting on show for Balmy Army

What a hullabaloo around Lee Westwood on the driving range before the start of his second round.

Tiger suffers worst humiliation yet as he misses the cut by a mile

Dismantling of the Woods phenomenon continues while injured McIlroy battles on

Rory McIlroy plays on at USPGA despite injury

Rory McIlroy played on in the USPGA Championship in Atlanta today with his right arm still bandaged up.

McIlroy plays through pain barrier after smashing wrist

Ulsterman finishes round on even par but scan could determine whether he continues

McIlroy feels course will suit him to a tee at his favourite major

When Rory McIlroy set out on his life-changing season in January, he did not see his best chance coming at Congressional, the scene of his stunning US Open triumph. Back then, when he was a mere future superstar, he dreamed of the USPGA Championship at Atlanta Athletic Club.

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