Stenson claims Hero World Challenge title

Sweden's Henrik Stenson says he made a big statement after winning his first title in more than two years at the Hero World Challenge.
The world number 40 has struggled of late, but he rolled back the years in the Bahamas.
The fan favourite finished at the top of the leaderboard on 18-und read more...

Jones holds nerve to land Aussie Open title

Matt Jones managed to hold off a late challenge from Louis Oosthuizen to win his second Australian Open title in four years.
The Australian player started the day with a three-shot advantage but a fast finishing Oosthuizen put real pressure on the home favourite to come through in Sydney. Th read more...

Three players one clear in Mauritius

Thomas Detry, Antoine Rozner and Calum Hill share a one-shot lead on -16 after three rounds of the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open.
Belgium's Detry mixed seven birdies with two bogeys in a round of 67, with the 26-year-old looking for his first victory on the European Tour. None of the trio have read more...

Woodland moves into Bahamas lead

Gary Woodland has opened up a one-shot lead at the Hero World Challenge after carding a four-under-par round of 68 on day three.
World number 18 Woodland made five birdies and one bogey at New Providence to move onto -13 for the tournament, a lead of one from Sweden's Henrik Stenson, who mat read more...

Hill makes his move in Mauritius

Scotland's Calum Hill maintained his recent form to claim the halfway lead at the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open.
The European Tour rookie started the tournament with a 68 on Thursday, and he backed that up with a thrilling 64 on Friday. Hill got off to a flying start, after hitting five birdie read more...

Upbeat Reed leads in Bahamas

Patrick Reed feels his game is in a good place as he holds a three-shot lead after the second round of the Hero World Challenge.
The American managed to hit a second successive 66 on Thursday to move three shots clear of compatriot Gary Woodland on to 12-under par. Tournament host Tiger Wood read more...

Hojgaard part of jammed Mauritius leaderboard

Rasmus Hojgaard produced a solid performance on day one of the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open to move into a five-way share of first.
Starting his round on the 10th hole, world number 408 Hojgaard made four birdies and one eagle to card an impressive six-under-par round of 66 and claim an early read more...

American duo lead in Bahamas

Gary Woodland and Patrick Reed share the lead at the Hero World Challenge after shooting opening rounds of 66 in the Bahamas.
The American duo sit at the top of the leaderboard on six-under, two shots ahead of Chez Reavie, while England's Justin Rose is well in contention on three-under, alo read more...

Fowler ready to fill Koepka void

Rickie Fowler says he is ready to fill the void left by world number one Brooks Koepka during next week's Presidents Cup.
The world number 22 was added to Tiger Woods' US team that will face their International counterparts in Melbourne after Koepka was forced to withdraw due to a knee injur read more...

Woods turns down Saudi invite

Tiger Woods has rejected an offer to feature in the upcoming Saudi International but will not criticise those who play.
The American, who has enjoyed a resurgence in 2019 with victory in April’s Masters, was reportedly offered in the region of $3million play in the second edition of the to read more...