Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
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.
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.
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.
Paula Creamer and Mariajo Uribe, of Colombia, fired five-under 67s to share the lead after the first round of the LPGA Tour's Kia Classic on Thursday.
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.
Like a chocolate box offering an exquisite array of pralines, truffles, fudge and liqueurs, global golf gave its fans just about everything they might have wanted during a riveting and unpredictable 2013.
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
Jason Day Jason, who has been on a ‘up-and-down roller-coaster’ in last two months due to professional and personal reasons says now he is ready for 2014
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.
Henrik Stenson said yesterday he would be under no extra pressure to claim his first major despite a dominant season which put him on top of the golf world.
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