Kaymer ready to kick on

Germany's Martin Kaymer admits he will relish the final day battle after moving into contention at the BMW International Open.
It was a difficult day of scoring in Germany but Kaymer moved into a six-way share of the lead. His one-under 71 in the third round was enough as he tries to win the read more...

Harman holds narrow Travelers lead

Brian Harman leads the Travelers Championship by one shot at the halfway stage, with a group of three players sharing second spot.
The American's putter proved to be red hot during his second round, as he climbed the leaderboard thanks to a four-under 66, to leave him on 10-under for the PGA read more...

Hend ahead in Germany

Scott Hend recorded a 67 on his way to taking the halfway lead at the BMW International Open.
After opening the week at Gut Laerchenhof with a 71, the Australian carded four birdies, an eagle and just a single bogey on his way to a 67 in Pulheim. That was enough to move the two-time European read more...

Luiten puts comeback on hold

Joost Luiten has been forced to postpone his comeback after doctors told him his wrist injury is slowly getting better.
The Dutchman hasn't competed since the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth last month but was hoping to make his return to the European Tour at next week's French Open. Howe read more...

Johnson and Spieth share Travelers lead

American duo Zach Johnson and Jordan Spieth are tied for the lead after the first round of the Travelers Championship in Connecticut.
The duo made superb starts on Thursday and never looked back as they set the target of seven-under par. Both players seemed to enjoy the shorter course at TPC read more...

Scottish Open ‘key’ for Fleetwood

Tommy Fleetwood is looking forward to the Scottish Open and says the tournament is a

key
part of his summer plans.
The world number 10 is the latest big name to be confirmed for the event at Gullane, joining fellow top-20 players Rickie Fowler, Henrik Stenson, Justin read more...

McIlroy looks to end near misses

Rory McIlroy has set his sights on victory at the Travelers Championship following a number of near misses so far this year.
The Northern Irishman won the Arnold Palmer Invitational back in March, but has gone close on a number of occasions in what has turned out to be a frustrating season s read more...

Spieth expecting tough Carnoustie challenge

Open champion Jordan Spieth is expecting this year's event at Carnoustie to be just as tough as the US Open.
The 24-year-old missed the cut at Shinnecock Hills on what was brutal course made much more difficult by the USGA's unnecessarily tough pin positions. Brooks Koepka managed to defend read more...

Mickelson apologises for Shinnecock Hills debacle

Phil Mickelson has finally apologised for hitting a moving ball during the US Open and admitted his embarrassment at the incident.
The 48-year-old made the bizarre and unusual decision to run after his ball after it had missed the target and, instead of waiting until it had come to rest, hit read more...

Jason hoping for brighter Day in Connecticut

Jason Day says he is looking to put last week's US Open disappointment behind him with a win at the Travelers Championship.
World number nine Day put in extensive preparation ahead of the second Major of the season at Shinnecock Hills, playing 45 holes at the course prior to the opening roun read more...