European Tour appeal to keep McIlroy

European Tour CEO Keith Pelley flew to Northern Ireland in a bid to persuade Rory McIlroy to fulfil his membership in 2019.
Reports now claim the former world number one will not follow through with his apparent threat to apportion even more of his time in the US. Speaking during the DP Worl read more...

Bekker takes early Malelane lead

Oliver Bekker tamed Leopard Creek GC on day one to open up a one-shot lead at the Alfred Dunhill Championship.
The 34-year-old South African, who is coming to the end of his 10th year as a professional, has won seven times on the Sunshine Tour although he is yet to break his duck on the Euro read more...

Catlin happy with strong start

John Catlin says he is pleased with his opening round after moving into a share of the Indonesian Masters lead on Thursday.
The 28-year-old American, who posted his first victory on the Asian Tour at the 2018 Asia-Pacific Classic, managed to complete his round before the storms hit, mixing s read more...

Rose ready to defend title

Justin Rose insists there will be no complacency on his part as he looks to defend his Indonesian Masters title this week.
Rose cruised to an eight-shot win in the tournament in 2017, and is tipped to do the same again as he is the highest-ranked player in the field at Royale Jakarta Golf Cl read more...

Stenson aiming for Sunday shake up

Henrik Stenson is hoping his game plan will present him with the opportunity to win the Indonesian Masters this week.
World number 27 Stenson is one of the most high-profile players in the field for this week's event at Royale Jakarta Golf Club and he arrives on the back of a fourth-place fi read more...

Harding hoping for strong finish

Justin Harding says he is looking forward to returning to Indonesia as he aims to cap off 2018 with a fifth title.
South African Harding, who has climbed to 83 in the world rankings, will be teeing it up at Royale Jakarta Golf Club this week for the Indonesian Masters in what will be his las read more...

Wallace targets strong finish

Matt Wallace is looking forward to the Alfred Dunhill Championship at Leopard Creek and hopes to finish 2018 with a bang.
The Englishman has had a year to remember after picking up wins at the Hero Indian Open in March, the BMW International Open and the Made In Denmark later in the year. He read more...

Schwartzel sets sights on Leopard Creek glory

Charl Schwartzel is looking to make the most of the familiar surroundings when he tees it up at this week's Alfred Dunhill Championship.
The South African has won this event four times in his career, making Leopard Creek Country Club his favourite course on the calendar. Schwartzel's last su read more...

Green shocked by Johnson axing

Zach Johnson's former caddie Damon Green admits he has no hard feelings towards the veteran but was shocked at their split.
Green had been on the 42-year-old's bag since 2003 and had overseen 12 wins on the PGA Tour, but Johnson has not visited the winner's circle since the summer of 2015. T read more...

Molinari caps sensational year with Euro Tour award

Open Champion Francesco Molinari has crowned a sensational 2018 by being named European Tour Golfer of the Year.
The 36-year-old Italian became one of Europe's keys to regaining the Ryder Cup in September as he won all five of his matches in the victory over the United States at Le Golf Nati read more...