Molinari Tweet led to rule change

European Tour chief executive Keith Pelley says a Tweet from Edoardo Molinari led to the recent measures announced to speed up play.
A raft of new measures to stop slow play on the tour were announced on Monday including an immediate one-stroke penalty during a round if a player gets two tim read more...

Woods eager to improve before Presidents Cup

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Presidents Cup captain Tiger Woods says he must improve his form if he is to select himself for December's event.
The American can name himself in the team as one of the four captain's picks for the event at Royal Melbourne. Woods failed to be one of the top-eight players to qualify, read more...

Woods admits ‘special’ Masters win

Tiger Woods was disappointed not to make the Tour Championship but admitted his pride at winning the 2019 Masters.
It seemed as though the 43-year-old would reach East Lake and the chance to defend his title when winning a fifth Green Jacket in sensational fashion back in April. However, re read more...

Els delighted with top-eight players

Team International captain Ernie Els says he is very happy with the eight automatic qualifiers for the 2019 Presidents Cup.
Following the conclusion of the BMW Championship on Sunday, the top eight for both the International and United States teams have been confirmed ahead of the event at R read more...

Thomas ready for ‘different’ FedEx Cup finale

Justin Thomas says he is unsure if the revamped FedEx Cup will be a hit as he prepares for the season-ending Tour Championship.
Major changes were made to the FedEx Cup this season with the PGA Tour bringing the Playoffs forward so not to clash with the start of the NFL campaign, while the n read more...

Pieters ends three-year title wait in Prague

Thomas Pieters claimed his first European Tour title win in three years with a one-shot victory at the D+D Real Czech Masters.
The 27-year-old Belgian, whose previous win came at the Made in Denmark, had already tasted success in this event at the Albatross Golf Resort when he secured his ma read more...

Sensational Thomas rips up Medinah

Justin Thomas set a new course record at Medinah Country Club on Saturday to open up a six-shot lead on day three of the BMW Championship.
Japanese star Hideki Matsuyama had broken the course record in Illinois on Friday when carding a nine-under-par 63 but that record didn't last long as Th read more...

Pieters holds Prague advantage

Thomas Pieters will take a one-shot into the final round of the Czech Masters following an impressive score of 66 on Saturday.
The Belgian, who is chasing his victory on the European Tour since his triumph at the Made in Denmark nearly three years ago, did the bulk of his scoring on the fron read more...

Matsuyama on fire at Medinah

Hideki Matsuyama will take a one-shot lead into the third round of the BMW Championship after a course-record 63 at Medinah on Friday.
The 27-year-old carded nine birdies in an error-free round and sits on 12-under par, one stroke clear of a pair of Americans, with Patrick Cantlay and Ryder read more...

Woods lacking sharpness in Medinah

Tiger Woods has admitted that he lacked sharpness after his first-round one-under-par 71 in the BMW Championship at Medinah.
The 43-year-old travelled to Illinois hoping to keep alive his hopes of progressing in the FedEx Cup play-offs after he was forced to withdraw from last week's opening read more...