Woods feeling the love

Tiger Woods says he has never felt as much love and warmth from the fans after returning from injury this year.
The fourteen-time major winner looked to be finished after he underwent four back operations, the most recent of which came in April 2017, but has made a remarkable recovery and is read more...

McDowell to hit ‘reset button’

Northern Irishman Graeme McDowell says he needs to start again after losing his PGA Tour card.
McDowell, who broke his Major duck at the 2010 US Open, has struggled for consistency over the past couple of years and his last victory on the American circuit came at the 2015 OHL Classic at Maya read more...

Stenson withdraws from Northern Trust

Henrik Stenson has pulled out of The Northern Trust this week due to an ongoing elbow injury.
The first FedEx Cup event gets underway at Ridgewood Country Club on Thursday but world number 19 Stenson, who was crowned FedEx Cup champion back in 2013, will not be competing in New Jersey. Swede read more...

Langer handed Payne Stewart Award

Veteran German Bernhard Langer has been named the recipient of the PGA Tour's 2018 Payne Stewart Award.
The 60-year-old will be presented with the prestigious award on Tuesday at the Payne Stewart Award Ceremony in conjunction with the TOUR Championship. The award is named after the popular read more...

Snedeker holds nerve to win

Brandt Snedeker held his nerve on a busy final day, leading from start to finish, to win the Wyndham Championship by three shots.
The American was one of the players forced to complete their third round on Sunday after rain caused play to be suspended on Saturday, but it made little differen read more...

Waring ends drought win play-off win

Paul Waring clinched his maiden European Tour win at his 200th attempt by beating Thomas Aiken in a play-off at the Nordea Masters.
The Englishman, making his seventh appearance at the event, was a joint overnight leader with Aiken but had edged one stroke clear of the South African by the t read more...

McIlroy to miss New Jersey event

Rory McIlroy will not take part in the first FedEx play-off series event, the Northern Trust Open, next week.
McIlroy had earlier suggested that he would not make himself available for the tournament following the conclusion of the PGA Championship last weekend, in which the Northern Irishma read more...

Waring and Aiken three clear in Sweden

Paul Waring and Thomas Aiken will take a three-shot lead into the final round of the Nordea Masters after reaching -12 in Sweden.
Waring shared the third-round lead with Scott Jamieson on 11-under par and he improved by one shot after carding three birdies and a couple of bogeys in a round o read more...

Snedeker pleased to hang on to Wyndham lead

Brandt Snedeker insists he is just pleased to have come through a tough round as he retained the lead at the Wyndham Championship.
The American made history on Thursday as he carded only the tenth score of 59 on the PGA Tour. Snedeker failed to match the same heights on Friday and was one ov read more...

Olesen confident of weekend charge

Thorbjorn Olesen says he is looking forward to the weekend after moving into contention at the Nordea Masters.
Olesen knows a strong performance in Gothenburg will boost his chances of taking one of Europe's eight automatic Ryder Cup places and he has given himself a good opportunity to land read more...