Westwood wants to lead Europe in 2022

Lee Westwood feels he can earn a place in the next Ryder Cup team but hopes to captain Europe in 2022.
The Englishman has featured in 10 editions of the historic event, spanning from 1997 to 2016, and he has helped Europe to glory on seven occasions. Westwood was named as Thomas Bjorn’s Vi read more...

McIlroy off to Torrey Pines

Rory McIlroy will make his debut at the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines next week.
The Northern Irishman is a late entry for the PGA Tour event which gets under way on January 24. McIlroy caused controversy earlier this month by describing the European Tour as

a stepping s read more...

Wallace doesn’t fear second-season slump

Matt Wallace has no fears of suffering a

second season syndrome
as he aims to contend at bigger events on the European Tour.
The 28-year-old from Hillingdon's rookie season could hardly have gone better as wins in India, Germany and Denmark saw him climb from 139th i read more...

Kuchar revels in Hawaii triumph

Matt Kuchar says he is delighted with his fast start to the 2018-19 season after claiming the spoils at the Sony Open in Hawaii.
It was no more than three months ago that questions were being asked about Kuchar's standing in the game, with the American struggling for form and failing to tast read more...

Love reveals Singapore Open lure

Davis Love III said the chance to qualify for this summer's Open Championship played a big part in him playing in the Singapore Open.
The 54-year-old American, who has won 21 PGA Tour titles throughout his career and picked up his only major in the 1997 PGA Championship, snubbed the opportun read more...

Kuchar wary of chasing pack

Matt Kuchar insists he still needs to go and shoot a low round at the Sony Open despite opening up a two-shot lead on Saturday.
The American has only carded one bogey in 54 holes and he moved onto 18-under par at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu. A four-birdie 66 moved him clear of fellow co read more...

Hull triumphs in Abu Dhabi

Charley Hull has made the perfect start to 2019 after claiming a one-shot victory in the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open on Saturday.
The Englishwoman went into the final round at Saadiyat Beach Golf Club holding a slender lead and a score of 69 was enough to seal glory as she finished on ei read more...

Koepka excited to play in Saudi Arabia

Brooks Koepka is looking forward to lining up at the Royal Greens Golf and Country Club in the inaugural Saudi International.
The European Tour’s desert swing has seen a new addition this year, with a trip to Saudi Arabia from January 31 to February 3, while the players will head to Qatar read more...

Kuchar enjoying Waialae challenge

Matt Kuchar says he is enjoying the challenge of the Sony Open after taking the halfway lead.
The 40-year-old continued where he left off on Friday at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu, making the most of the scoring conditions to record a second straight 63. Kuchar fired six birdies, an eagl read more...

Hull retains Abu Dhabi lead

England's Charley Hull will take a one-shot lead into the final round of the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open on Saturday.
The 22-year-old came into day two in Abu Dhabi with a two-shot advantage following her impressive opening round of 65, but the blustery conditions meant that kind of scor read more...