US Open exemption for Els

Ernie Els has again been handed a special exemption by the USPGA which allows him to feature in June's US Open at Pebble Beach.
The 49-year-old South African won the first of his four major titles 25 years ago in the US Open, when he came through a three-man play-off at Oakmont in 1994 befor read more...

Smith takes early lead in Morocco

Jordan Smith leads the Trophee Hassan II by one shot after posting a first-round seven-under-par 66 at Royal Golf Dar Es Salam.
The 26-year-old Englishman looked to have benefited from his month long lay-off as he posted seven birdies over the par 73 Red Course in Rabat, Morocco, to take the read more...

Poulter excited for Irish Open

Ian Poulter says he is looking forward to competing at the Irish Open after confirming his entry for the July event.
Poulter's addition is another boost for the European Tour event at Lahinch, which runs from July 4-7, with Louis Oosthuizen, Danny Willett, Padraig Harrington, Graeme McDowell read more...

Lahiri ‘excited’ by Sharma partnership

Aniban Lahiri is

excited
to play with with Shubhankar Sharma at the Zurich Classic as it could become a President's Cup pairing.
The 31-year-old was initially meant to team up with Sharma at the ISPS HANDA Melbourne World Cup of Golf last November. But the 22-year-ol read more...

Campillo confident of first Tour win

Jorge Campillo feels his first European Tour victory is just around the corner as he prepares to tee up at this week's Trophee Hassan II.
The Spaniard has started the season in spectacular form, finishing in a tie for second at both the Oman Open and Commercial Bank Qatar Masters, while his read more...

Levy looking forward to Morocco defence

Defending champion Alexander Levy says he is

ready to hit the ground running
at this week's Trophee Hassan II.
World number 107 Levy landed his fifth European Tour title 12 months ago when holding off Spaniard Alvaro Quiros on the Red Course at Royal Dar Es Salam for read more...

Lowry takes the positives

Shane Lowry says he is willing to take the positives from his near miss on Sunday at the RBC Heritage.
The Irishman began the final round a shot off the pace and took the lead after three birdies in his opening six holes. However, barring another stroke picked up at the 14th, Lowry failed to read more...

Experience sees Pan through

C.T.
Pan says lessons from the past gave him the confidence to see out the victory on Sunday at the RBC Heritage.
Last year, the 27-year-old stood on the final tee of the Wyndham Championship tied for the lead alongside Brandt Snedeker, only to put his drive out of bounds. After that near read more...

No pressure on Poulter

Ian Poulter says he is happy to play without pressure as he chases down Dustin Johnson at the RBC Heritage.
The Englishman sits a shot adrift of Johnson in a three-way tie for second alongside Rory Sabbatini and Shane Lowry and looked sharp on Saturday as he recorded a second straight 67. A read more...

Plain sailing for Johnson at Harbour Town

Dustin Johnson says his putting will need to improve if he is to maintain his position at the top of the RBC Heritage leaderboard.
The world No.1 will take a one-stroke lead into the final round at Hilton Head in his native South Carolina after posting a three-under 68 on Saturday.
The 3 read more...