Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The most hotly anticipated Masters in years gets underway early April 9 morning under the towering Georgia pines of Augusta National with a host of gripping potential story lines.
Some 173 golfers apply to compete for double the prize money in the Turkish Airlines Ladies Open, Turkey leg of the Ladies European Tour in Belek at the event’s new home, the Carya Golf Club
Miguel Angel Jimenez put himself in position to break his own record as the European Tour’s oldest winner, as the 50-year-old carded an opening nine-under-par 63
New Zealand teen star Lydia Ko became golf's youngest-ever world number one Jan. 31 even though she only settled for a share of second at the season-opening LPGA Coates Championship
A sum of $7 million prize money awaits some of the world’s best golf players as the Turkish Airlines Open starts Nov. 13 in Antalya, the famous Turkish resort city.
There may be only 12 months left on their three-year contract with the European Tour but organizers of the Turkish Airlines Open say they are committed to running the November event until at least 2024.
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
American Brooks Koepka guaranteed himself a Masters invitation later next month by capturing the Turkish Airlines Open Nov. 16.
World number four Sergio Garcia will lead a heavyweight lineup in the second edition of the Turkish Airlines Open next month, organizers said
Australia’s Wade Ormsby is set to celebrate a 200th European Tour event in style after muscling his way to a one stroke lead after three rounds of the Turkish Airlines Open in Belek
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.
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