Rahm maintains lofty major ambition

World number 11 Jon Rahm says he would

love it
if he can achieve his goal of winning 19 major titles.
Before turning professional in 2016, Rahm made a bold statement in October 2015, speaking to the Sun Devils' official website, saying
my goal is to turn read more...

Casey lauds Reavie performance

Paul Casey has praised the display of Chez Reavie following the American's victory at the Travelers Championship.
Reavie went into Sunday's final round holding a massive six-shot lead after his superb seven-under-par 63 on Saturday but he was made to work hard for the win by compatriot Keega read more...

Pavan holds nerve to land BMW title

Andrea Pavan came through a tense play-off against Matthew Fitzpatrick to win the BMW International Open on Sunday.
World number 133 Pavan started his final round at Golfclub Munchen Eichenried four strokes off the pace but he produced a fantastic performance over his closing 18 holes to sur read more...

Attack the best form of defence for Chez

Chez Reavie says he will be looking to extend rather than preserve his six-shot lead on Sunday at the Travelers Championship.
The 38-year-old, who was T3 at last week's US Open, stunned the field on Saturday with a brilliant seven-under 63, although it was not all plain sailing in Connecticu read more...

Smith surges into Munich lead

Jordan Smith produced a brilliant third-round performance to open up a one-shot lead at the BMW International Open.
World number 128 Smith made six birdies in a bogey-free display at Golfclub Munchen Eichenried to sign for a round of 66 and move on to -13 for the tournament, a lead of one he read more...

Sucher ‘feeling great’ ahead of weekend play

Zack Sucher says he is looking forward to the next 36 holes after opening up a two-shot lead at the Travelers Championship.
American Sucher, who has been sidelined for more than a year after undergoing surgery to repair two ligaments in his knee and a tendon in one ankle, followed up his ope read more...

Kaymer storms into BMW lead

Home favourite Martin Kaymer produced a brilliant performance on day two of the BMW International Open to open up a two-shot lead.
World number 93 Kaymer opened the tournament at Golfclub Munchen Eichenried with a round of 67 and he managed to keep that momentum going on Friday, posting a si read more...

McIlroy eager for home Open triumph

Rory McIlroy says coming out on top at the 2019 Open Championship in his native Northern Ireland would be his

most special win
.
Royal Portrush Golf Club is the venue for the final Major of the season next month and McIlroy knows the venue well, having grown up just o read more...

Day excited by Williams partnership

Australian Jason Day says his partnership with caddie Steve Williams has given him a new lease of life for the rest of the season.
The fans' favourite has dropped down to 18th in the world rankings but has hopes of returning to the top as he looks to improve his game under Williams. Day has read more...

Koepka admits to mental exhaustion

Brooks Koepka says he is mentally drained after the US Open but insists he will be ready for the Travelers Championship.
World number one Koepka came second when attempting to defend his US Open crown at Pebble Beach last week, three strokes behind maiden Major winner Gary Woodland. The 29-y read more...