Padraig Harrington optimistic Ryder Cup will be played in September as planned

European captain Padraig Harrington expects this year’s Ryder Cup to go ahead as planned, despite the sporting calendar being decimated by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Matt Every edges Rory McIlroy for overnight lead at Bay Hill

Matt Every shot an opening-day 65 to claim the overnight lead in the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill in Orlando.

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Rory McIlroy enjoys two-shot lead after return to old putter at WGC Mexico

A return to his old putter paid instant dividends for world number one Rory McIlroy as he set the pace in the WGC-Mexico Championship.

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Refreshed Shane Lowry hoping ‘to come in under the radar’ in Mexico

Open champion Shane Lowry, who comes into the week on the back of three top-15 finishes from four events, has said he is fresh for his tilt at this week’s WGC-Mexico Championship at Chapultepec Golf Club.

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‘I tell my kids we live in a nice house because daddy can putt’: McDowell leads at Saudi International

Graeme McDowell admits he will find it difficult going up against Ryder Cup playing partner Victor Dubuisson as he takes a one-shot lead into the final round of the Saudi International.

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Leading pair renew college rivalry while McDowell faces penalty threat

McDowell took too long over his second shot to the fourth hole after conducting an in-round interview with Sky Sports reporter Tim Barter.

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Rory McIlroy third at Torrey Pines as Marc Leishman surges to victory

Australia’s Marc Leishman came from behind with a superb seven-under 65 to secure a one-stroke win at the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines in San Diego on Sunday.

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New Year, new mindset, as Rory now ready to let loose

His failure to win at home last summer provided Rory McIlroy with a liberating epiphany.

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‘I love it’: DeChambeau welcomes European Tour’s crackdown on slow play

Bryson DeChambeau insists he welcomes the European Tour’s crackdown on slow play, which includes a significant change to the previously announced four-point plan at this week’s Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.

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Shane Lowry finishes second in first tournament of his season

A closing round of 64 has seen Shane Lowry finish second in his season-opening tournament at the Hong Kong Open.

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Oosthuizen on course for back-to-back wins in Johannesburg

Home favourite Louis Oosthuizen fired a bogey-free 64 to boost his hopes of back-to-back South African Open titles in Johannesburg.

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Scott in contention at Australian PGA as Yuan leads heading into weekend

Carl Yuan carded a 65 to take a one-shot lead into the weekend at the Australian PGA Championship but had former world number one Adam Scott breathing down his neck on the Gold Coast.

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‘Huge personal honour’ as Shane Lowry named AGW’s Golfer of the Year

The Open champion topped the poll to claim the Golf Writers Trophy for 2019.

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International team still have the edge in Presidents Cup

The International team hold a 10-8 lead after the third day of the Presidents Cup in Melbourne.

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USGA and R&A to modernise rules for amateur golfers

The United States Golf Association and the R&A are conducting a review in order to modernise the rules surrounding amateur golfer status.

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Tiger Woods inspires Pablo Larrazabal to painful victory at Leopard Creek

Pablo Larrazabal revealed he had taken inspiration from Tiger Woods after producing a remarkable turnaround to win the Alfred Dunhill Championship at Leopard Creek.

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European Tour breaks new ground by allowing players to wear shorts in Leopard Creek heat

Four days after one season ended, the next will get under way on Thursday with the European Tour breaking new ground at Leopard Creek, South Africa.

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Renamed Ladies European Tour Order of Merit to offer an extra €250,000 prize money for 2020

The Ladies European Tour Order of Merit will be renamed the Race to Costa del Sol and offer a bonus pool of €250,000 from 2020.

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Shane Lowry’s first 2020 event will be the defence of his Abu Dhabi title

The Abu Dhabi Championship is set to be the first event of Shane Lowry’s 2020 season.

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Paul Dunne withdraws from final stage of European Tour qualifying school

Two years after holding off Rory McIlroy to win the British Masters, Dunne lost his card after missing the cut in the Portugal Masters last month.

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