Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The star-studded lineup for the Nov. 13-16 Turkish Airlines Open includes last year’s winner Victor Dubuisson, Martin Kaymer, Lee Westwood, Henrik Stenson and world number four Sergio Garcia
World number four Sergio Garcia will lead a heavyweight lineup in the second edition of the Turkish Airlines Open next month, organizers said
Heather MacRae will carry a one-stroke lead over her opponents into the weekend at the Turkish Airlines Ladies Open in Belek, which was reduced to 54 holes due to adverse weather conditions.
South Korea's Bae Sang-Moon fired seven birdies with one bogey in a six-under 66 on Thursday to join American Andres Gonzales atop the US PGA Tour Frys.com Open.
South African golfer Lee-Anne Pace will vie to defend her Turkish Airlines Ladies Open title in the tournament which starts at the National Golf Club today.
Rory McIlroy seized the most satisfying major victory of his career Sunday at the PGA Championship, battling from behind against top rivals to put himself on an unimagined golf level.
Ladies European Tour (LET) players will be visiting Turkey for the sixth time as they compete for the title at the Turkish Airlines Ladies Open May 8-11
England's former Ryder Cup star David Howell got the 143rd British Open underway just after the crack of dawn at Royal Liverpool Golf Club on Thursday with all eyes early on riveted on a "fit again" Tiger Woods.
It has been 50 years since Arnold Palmer won the last of his four Masters titles and he is amazed at what he sees in the modern game.
France’s Valentine Derrey outclasses her oppoenets on the final day of the Turkish Airlines Ladies Open to claim a two-stroke victory ahead of Denmark’s Malene Jorgensen at the National Golf Club
A year after Adam Scott forever ended any notion of an Australian jinx at the Masters, a host of Aussie golfers have made a late charge to Augusta National.
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