Woods reveals Mexico motivation

Tiger Woods is looking forward to facing top-quality opposition in the World Golf Championships in Mexico City.
Woods is a seven-time winner of the event although those successes came at six different venues before the tournament moved to Mexico City two years ago and renamed as the WGC-Mexi read more...

McIlroy set to snub Irish Open

Rory McIlroy is set to miss the Irish Open this year in a bid to focus on his preparations for the Open Championship at Royal Portrush.
The four-time major winner and former world number one had previously confirmed that he will be cutting down on his appearances on the European Tour in 2019 read more...

Masters prep started last year – Woods

Tiger Woods says the 2019 Masters first became apparent on his schedule in autumn last year.
Former world number one Woods has made a remarkable return following numerous back operations and his victory in the season-ending Tour Championship last year was the stuff dreams are made of. The 43 read more...

Lawrie reveals ‘mental battle’

Paul Lawrie says it has been mentally challenging as he prepares to make his comeback from injury.
Eight-time European Tour winner Lawrie has been out of action for the past eight months after having surgery on a foot problem last summer before then being hampered by a niggling back issue. T read more...

Stricker named US captain

Steve Stricker has been confirmed as the USA's captain for the 2020 Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits.
The 51-year-old, who was part of the American team that won the 2008 edition at Valhalla Golf Club, has been handed the task of winning back the trophy following the 17.5-10.5 defeat to Europe read more...

Star-studded groupings in Mexico

Organisers have announced some star-studded groupings for the opening two rounds of this week's WGC-Mexico Championship.
The opening World Golf Championship of the year will take place at Club de Golf Chapultepec, with seven-time winner Tiger Woods set to be the headline attraction. The 14-t read more...

Leishman excited for Mexico challenge

Marc Leishman says he is looking forward to the challenging Club de Golf Chapultepec course at this week's WGC-Mexico Championship.
World number 16 Leishman will be teeing it up in Naucalpan for the second time this week, having finished tied-37th when making his debut in Mexico City last ye read more...

Scott feels slow play here to stay

Former Masters champion Adam Scott feels slow play will continue to be the scourge of golf until the lawmakers do something about it.
JB Holmes' victory in the Genesis Open was overshadowed by further criticism of the authorities' inability to crack down on players who take too long to play read more...

Holmes defends slow play after Riviera win

Genesis Open champion JB Holmes has hit back after being criticised for playing slow in the final round of the tournament on Sunday.
With bad weather causing big delays throughout the California event, the majority of the field had to play nearly 36 holes on the final day to ensure the tourn read more...

Fox pleased to get over the line in Perth

Ryan Fox says he was pleased to

get over the line
after claiming his maiden European Tour title at the ISPS Handa World Super 6.
Fox finished eight-under after 54 holes of stroke play to earn a bye into the last 16 of the six-hole knockout stages. The New Zealander w read more...