Ramsey’s European Tour card relief

Richie Ramsey was a relieved man after his tie for 11th at the Andalusian Masters ensured he retained his European Tour card for 2019.
The 35-year-old Scot was 124th in the rankings ahead of the final event of the regular season at Valderrama over the weekend and needed a strong performance read more...

Dream hat-trick joy for Garcia

Sergio Garcia said he achieved a

dream
after sealing a hat-trick of Andalusia Masters victories with a four-shot win at Valderrama.
The 38-year-old 2017 Masters winner led the weather-affected tournament, which had been reduced to 54 holes, by three shots with 11 hol read more...

Monday finish at Valderrama

The final round of the Andalusia Masters will conclude on Monday after stormy weather brought Sunday's action to a premature end.
The tournament has already been reduced to 54 holes due to poor weather conditions throughout the week at Valderrama Golf Club, but it is a familiar face at the t read more...

Superb Koepka lands CJ Cup

Brooks Koepka produced a sensational final round to record a four-shot victory at The CJ Cup in South Korea.
Holding a four-stroke lead after 54 holes, the reigning US Open and US PGA champion managed to hold off the challenges of Gary Woodland and Ryan Palmer, with the American pair going r read more...

Garcia on course for Valderrama hat-trick

Sergio Garcia carded a superb 64 to carve out a four-shot lead heading into the final day of the Andalucia Valderrama Masters The weather may have seen the event reduced to 54 holes but it did little to dampen the defending champion's spirits as he made the most of the favourable scoring condi read more...

Koepka four clear and closing on number one

Brooks Koepka is closing in on top spot in the world rankings after opening up a four-shot lead after three rounds of the CJ Cup.
The 28-year-old carded a third-round 67 to reach -13 and will knock Dustin Johnson off the summit if he closes out the victory on Sunday. England's Ian Poulter an read more...

Piercy moves into CJ Cup lead

Scott Piercy produced a seamless round on Friday to open up a one-shot lead at the halfway stage of the CJ Cup.
The American, who is chasing his fifth PGA Tour title and second of the year, made seven birdies in a bogey-free round of 65 to move to the top of the leaderboard on -9, one stroke read more...

Garcia ready to work with Harrington

Sergio Garcia has burried the hatchet with Padraig Harrington and has vowed to help him if he’s made Ryder Cup captain.
The two time Open winner is many people’s pick to be the next European team captain when team Europe travel to take on America in their own back yard in two years time. read more...

Reavie holds South Korean advantage

Chez Reavie holds a one-shot lead at the CJ Cup after carding an opening score of 68 on Thursday.
Blustery conditions made scoring difficult in South Korea but American Reavie produced five birdies and just one dropped shot to move on to four-under for the tournament. The 36-year-old is cha read more...

Leishman excited for South Korea outing

Marc Leishman says he is looking forward to returning to Nine Bridges for The CJ Cup as he aims for wire-to-wire wins.
The Australian kicked off the 2018/19 season in spectacular fashion with a five-stroke victory at the CIMB Classic - his fourth PGA Tour title - and he will be hoping to kee read more...