Dunne laments short-game shortfall

Paul Dunne admitted his short game let him down, despite a second-placed finish at the Spanish Open that boosts his Ryder Cup chances.
The Irishman was on course for one of the biggest victories of his career as he held a one-shot lead going into the final day's play at the Centro Nacional d read more...

Johnson heading to putting practice

World number one Dustin Johnson says he will spend the next few weeks practicing his putting after a disappointing week on the greens.
Johnson carded a four under 67 in the final round of the RBC Heritage on Sunday and ended up finishing in a tie for 17th which ensured he kept his number one read more...

Kodaira shines as Poulter falter

Japan's Satoshi Kodaira has claimed his first US PGA Tour victory when winning the the RBC Heritage in South Carolina.
England's Ian Poulter looked set to continue his recent revival as he held a one shot lead heading into the final round but a disastrous back nine ended his chances of victo read more...

Kodaira shines as Poulter falters

Japan's Satoshi Kodaira has claimed his first US PGA Tour victory when winning the RBC Heritage in South Carolina.
England's Ian Poulter looked set to continue his recent revival as he held a one-shot lead heading into the final round but a disastrous back nine ended his chances of victory. read more...

Rahm enjoys home comforts

Jon Rahm became the sixth Spaniard to win the Open de Espana with a final round 67 seeing him finish two shots clear of Paul Dunne.
The 23-year-old world number four went into his home tournament at Centro Nacional de Golf on the back of a fourth-placed finish at last weekend's Masters at Au read more...

Poulter surges in to Heritage lead

Ian Poulter carded a bogey-free 67 to claim the 54-hole lead at the RBC Heritage.
The Englishman previously endured a five-and-a-half year worldwide winless run but recently broke his duck to qualify for The Masters with a victory in Houston. After finishing in a tie for 44th at Augusta, he read more...

Dunne one clear in Spain

Paul Dunne has a one-shot lead with 18 holes to go in the Spanish Open but world number four Jon Rahm is right on his coattails.
Ireland’s Dunne held a three-shot halfway lead but that has been trimmed to a solitary stroke after the 25-year-old added a four-under par 68 to rounds of 66 and read more...

Poulter enjoying new-found freedom

Ian Poulter says he is playing without pressure at the minute after moving within one shot of the lead at the RBC Heritage on Friday.
The Englishman is looking for his second win in the space of three weeks at Harbour Town having triumphed at the Houston Open before last week's Masters. His read more...

Sullivan eyes weekend run

Andy Sullivan believes his game is in good enough shape to go low over the weekend at the Open de Espana.
Having opened with a 75, the 30-year-old had work to do on Friday but carded five birdies and two eagles to sign for a 63 and move to six-under. That leaves him seven off the pace behind read more...

Woods confirms US Open plans

14-time major winner Tiger Woods has officially entered the US Open for the first time since 2015.
The American has submitted his entry for the second major of 2018 after a steady performance at The Masters last week. Woods arrived at Augusta National in fine form after nearly winning the Va read more...