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EUROPEAN PGA TOUR
  • Garcia to play British Masters
    Masters champion Sergio Garcia is a confirmed starter for the British Masters supported by Sky Sports in September.
  • Cabrera Bello foils Shinkwin
    Rafa Cabrera Bello beat Callum Shinkwin in a play-off to capture the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open title.
  • Victory delights Cabrera Bello
    Rafa Cabrera Bello was a happy man after ending his long wait for a third European Tour success by winning the AAM Scottish Open title.
  • Stenson cool on Open chances
    Henrik Stenson played down his chances of retaining The Open title after closing with a four-under 68 at the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open.
  • Poulter shares Scottish lead
    English duo Ian Poulter and Callum Shinkwin and Australian Andrew Dodt finished a testing day in a three-way tie for the lead after the third round of the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open.
  • WATCH: Left-handed challenge!
    A nearest-the-pin challenge would usually cause few problems for the European Tour stars, but how would they cope with taking it on using the opposite hand?
  • Introducing Sky Sports Golf
    Sky Sports now has its own dedicated golf channel as part of a whole new range of programming and better-than-ever coverage.
  • Poulter: It was brutally tough
    Ian Poulter is relishing the prospect of a final-round challenge for the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open title after surviving a "brutally tough" third round on Saturday.
  • Harrington leads as Rory exits
    Padraig Harrington heads in to the weekend as part of a three-way tie for the lead at the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open, where Rory McIlroy suffered an early exit.
  • McIlroy: I'm not far away
    Rory McIlroy is refusing to get concerned about his pre-Open form after suffering an early exit from the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open.
  • Scottish Open: R1 highlights
    Rickie Fowler made a great start in his bid for a second Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open title in three years as Rory McIlroy's struggles continued at Dundonald Links.
  • Trump course in Scottish snub
    The Donald Trump-owned course on the outskirts of Aberdeen is set to be overlooked as a venue for the 2019 Scottish Open.
  • MASTERCLASS: Driver off the deck
    Andy Sullivan made an encouraging start to the Aberdeen Asset Scottish Open, firing a two-under 70 which included two outstanding shots using a driver off the deck.
  • Poulter: Preparation paid off
    Ian Poulter saw his pre-tournament preparation pay off with an encouraging start to the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open.
US PGA TOUR
  • Rookie Murray wins in Alabama
    Grayson Murray held his nerve over the closing holes in Alabama to secure the first PGA Tour title of his career by winning the Barbasol Championship by a single stroke.
  • Stallings leads in Alabama
    Scott Stallings defied tough playing conditions to fire 10 birdies and an eagle in an 11-under-par third round of 60 on Saturday at the US PGA Barbasol Championship.
  • Collins cards 60 in Alabama
    Little-known American Chad Collins fired a second-round 60 to grab a four-stroke lead at the half-way stage of the Barbasol Championship.
  • Maiden win for DeChambeau
    Bryson DeChambeau produced a storming finish to snatch victory in the John Deere Classic in Illinois.
  • Rodgers stays out in front
    Patrick Rodgers maintained his two-shot cushion after firing a three-under-par 68 in the third round of the John Deere Classic in Illinois.
  • Rodgers two clear in Illinois
    Patrick Rodgers fired a seven-under 64 to move two strokes clear at the halfway stage of the John Deere Classic in Illinois.
  • John Deere: Day 1 recap
    Charles Howell III and Ollie Schneiderjans posted matching 63s to grab a share of the lead after the opening round of the John Deere Classic.
  • Introducing Sky Sports Golf
    Sky Sports now has its own dedicated golf channel as part of a whole new range of programming and better-than-ever coverage.
  • Schauffele claims maiden win
    Xander Schauffele secured a first professional title and maiden PGA Tour victory with a narrow win at the Greenbrier Classic.
  • WATCH: Streb's stunners!
    Robert Streb surged into contention on the third day of the Greenbrier Classic aided by two of the best shots of the PGA Tour season.
  • Greenbrier: 3rd round recap
    Sebastian Munoz remained on course for his maiden PGA Tour title as he overcame a nervy start to maintain a two-shot lead after the third round of the Greenbrier Classic.
  • Greenbrier: 2nd round recap
    Sebastian Munoz opened up a three-shot advantage at the halfway stage of the Greenbrier Classic as veteran Davis Love III remained in contention in West Virginia.
  • Love turns back the clock
    Davis Love III rolled back the years as he got off to a hot start on the opening day of the Greenbrier Classic in West Virginia.
  • Stanley pips Potomac play-off
    Kyle Stanley ended a five-year winless run on the PGA Tour with a play-off victory over Charles Howell III at the Quicken Loans National.
LADIES EUROPEAN TOUR
OTHER GOLF NEWS
  • Garcia to play British Masters
    Masters champion Sergio Garcia is a confirmed starter for the British Masters supported by Sky Sports in September.
  • McIlroy proud of Open comeback
    Rory McIlroy says he is proud of the patience and resilience he showed in coming back from a nightmare start to finish tied for fourth at The Open on Sunday.
  • Super Spieth wins Open epic
    Jordan Spieth staged a sensational back-nine recovery to clinch a three-shot victory as The 146th Open was treated to another thrilling final-day duel at Royal Birkdale.
  • Willett would consider surgery
    Danny Willett says he would consider surgery to solve his ongoing injury problems after another disappointing performance at The Open.
  • WATCH: Spieth's winning round
    Jordan Spieth experienced the full range of emotions on a remarkable final day of The 146th Open, and here we take a look back at how he won his third major title.
  • H2H: Spieth v Tiger v Nicklaus
    Jordan Spieth's convincing victory at Royal Birkdale has once again seen him compared with Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods, but how does his record stand up alongside the sport's all-time greats?
  • Player: Spieth will win Grand Slam
    Gary Player has "never been more confident of anybody winning the grand slam" after Jordan Spieth secured the third leg of the four major titles by winning The 146th Open at Royal Birkdale.
  • Bjorn positive about Rory
    Thomas Bjorn believes that Rory McIlroy can take confidence from his performance at The 146th Open at Royal Birkdale.
  • The Open in numbers
    Following Jordan Spieth's victory in The 146th Open at Royal Birkdale, we take a look at some of the standout numbers...
  • VOTE: Open shot of the week
    We've seen near-aces, hole-out eagles and huge putts at The 146th Open, but what was the shot of the week at Royal Birkdale?
  • Spieth joins three majors club
    Jordan Spieth's dramatic victory in The 146th Open at Royal Birkdale saw him join some greats of golf to have won three of the four majors on offer.
  • Players on Royal Birkdale
    The Royal Birkdale course was one of the stars of the show at The Open last week and earned plenty of praise from the players.
  • Spieth targets Grand Slam
    Jordan Spieth has set his sights on a career Grand Slam after notching his third major success in The Open at Royal Birkdale.
  • The Open: Final leaderboard
    Final leaderboard from The 146th Open at Royal Birkdale.
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