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Els finds rhythm on home soil but Westwood lurks

Ernie Els boosted his bid for a fifth South African Open title here yesterday with a second successive five-under-par 67 to move within two shots of the lead after the second round. Frenchman Michael Lorenzo-Vera, who started at the 10th, reeled off five birdies in six holes from the first on his way to a 65 and 12-under total to sit atop the leaderboard.

Ballesteros discharged following surgery

Seve Ballesteros has been discharged from hospital, after undergoing surgery to remove a brain tumour.

Ballesteros undergoes further surgery

Seve Ballesteros is back in intensive care after undergoing further surgery at La Paz hospital in Madrid.

Ballesteros out of intensive care

Five-times major winner Seve Ballesteros has been moved out of intensive care and is continuing to recover from surgery on a brain tumour, his hospital said today.

Rose happy to play on his own

Defending champion rises above 'disrespect' of being sent out on the course alone

Ballesteros' third bout of brain surgery is a 'success'

Doctors at Madrid's La Paz hospital yesterday declared Seve Ballesteros's third brain operation a success. The surgery lasted over six hours and was intended to alleviate pressure on the brain caused by an edema, and to remove remaining tumour tissues.

Stuart fears referees and rivals

By Dave Hadfield in Townsville

Ballesteros brain operation a success

Doctors at Madrid's La Paz hospital have declared Seve Ballesteros' third brain operation a success.

Players wait on Ballesteros update

Justin Rose offered words of support to Seve Ballesteros today as the Spanish legend underwent a third operation to remove a brain tumour.

Ballesteros undergoes third operation

Golf great Seve Ballesteros was undergoing a third operation today on his cancerous brain tumor.

Ballesteros to undergo further surgery

Seve Ballesteros will undergo a third operation tomorrow to ease the swelling on his brain although hospital authorities insist he remains in a "stable condition".

Quiros stays steady to seal victory in Portugal

The Spaniard Alvaro Quiros proved there is more to his game than booming drives as he produced a three-shot victory at the Portuguese Masters yesterday.

Ballesteros suffers complication

Seve Ballesteros underwent further surgery today after his condition deteriorated following an operation to remove a brain tumour.

Ballesteros 'stable' after surgery

Seve Ballesteros underwent 12 hours of surgery yesterday to remove a brain tumour and is currently "stable" in the intensive care unit of a Madrid hospital.

James Lawton: Ballesteros finally finds degree of peace in serenity's embrace

Some feared he would never live with the idea that his glory had passed beyond recall
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