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  • Westwood sees lead trimmed
    Lee Westwood will take a slender one-shot lead into the final round of the Maybank Malaysian Open after seeing a commanding advantage almost wiped out by compatriot Andy Sullivan on Saturday.
  • Stanford extends Lotte lead
    American Angela Stanford extended her lead at the top of the Lotte Championship leaderboard to four strokes after a third-round 67 took her to 13 under.
  • Donald on song in Heritage
    K.J. Choi hit the front on day two of the RBC Heritage in South Carolina and England's Luke Donald also shot a fine second round, before torrential rain and strong winds halted play early.
  • Westwood storms four clear
    Lee Westwood continued to move swimmingly towards his first title since 2012 during a second round of the Maybank Malaysian Open that saw Pablo Larrazabal forced to dive into a lake
  • Pablo under attack in Malaysia
    Spanish golfer Pablo Larrazabal was forced to dive into a lake to escape a swarm of hornets on day two of the Maybank Malaysian Open.
  • Superb Stanford top in Hawaii
    American Angela Stanford has propelled herself to the top of the Lotte Championship leaderboard after a superb second round of 64 took her to eight-under in Hawaii.
  • Flying start for Kuchar
    Matt Kuchar brought his form from last week's Masters into the RBC Heritage at Hilton Head after opening with a five-under-par 66 to move into a three-way tie for the lead.
  • Lee leads in Malaysia
    Lee Westwood put jet-lag and another Masters near-miss behind him as he shot an opening round 65 to lead the Maybank Malaysian Open after a shortened first day in Kuala Lumpur.
  • South Koreans lead in Hawaii
    South Korean trio So Yeon Ryu, Se Ri Pak and Hyo Joo Kim all shot an opening round four-under 68 to take an early lead in the LPGA Lotte Championship in Hawaii.
  • Day faces three-week absence
    Australian golfer Jason Day is set to miss another three weeks of action with a thumb injury.
  • New format for TPC Sawgrass
    The Players Championship is to ditch its sudden-death format for play-offs which will now be decided over three holes.
  • Westwood eyes Malaysia title
    Lee Westwood is hopeful he can put another Major near-miss behind him by winning this week's Maybank Malaysian Open in Kuala Lumpur.
  • Park: It's been a great year
    In-Bee Park has enjoyed her first 12 months as world No 1 and arrives in Hawaii hoping to claim her maiden LPGA Tour victory of 2014.
  • Watson defends Spieth
    Bubba Watson jumped to the defence of his fellow American Jordan Spieth after he was criticised for his behaviour during the final round of Sunday's Masters at Augusta.
  • Emotional defence for Kiradech
    Kiradech Aphibarnrat tees-up in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday keen to make a good defence of his Maybank Malaysian Open title.
  • Watson targets Ryder Cup
    Bubba Watson joined Tom Watson in becoming a two-time Masters champion with his impressive victory at Augusta National on Sunday.
  • Porteous turns professional
    British Amateur champion Garrick Porteous has turned professional following his appearance in the Masters last week.
  • Bubba up to fourth in world
    Bubba Watson's second Masters title in three years saw him climb eight places to fourth in the world ranking.
  • Watson humble after win
    Bubba Watson was quick to play down his achievement of winning a second Masters title in three years as Jordan Spieth declared himself ready to taste major success.
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