Woods involvement doubtful – Furyk

Jim Furyk says it is unlikely Tiger Woods will feature for the USA at the 2018 Ryder Cup in France.
Woods has been out of action since the Omega Dubai Desert Classic back in February, where he was forced to withdraw prior to his second round due to a back injury, and there have been doubts r read more...

Woods’ latest video fuels comeback talk

Tiger Woods has fuelled talk he may be close to playing competitively again after posting a new video of him practising with a driver.
The American, who has not played tournament golf since last February, has been struggling with an ongoing back injury but has taken to social media recently read more...

Hatton goes back-to-back

A birdie at the last saw Tyrell Hatton back up his win at last week's Dunhill Links with glory at the Italian Open.
The Englishman arrived in Monza full of confidence after successfully defending in Scotland and rounds of 69, 64 and 65 placed him in a tie for second heading into the final ro read more...

Perez lands CIMB Classic title

Pet Perez won the CIMB Classic in Malaysia by four strokes as he land the third PGA Tour title of his career.
The 41-year-old entered the final day with a four shot lead over second placed Xander Schauffele, who slipped back a further place during the final round and had to settle for third, read more...

Wallace holds Italian Open advantage

Matt Wallace will take a two-shot lead into the final round of the Italian Open after producing an impressive third-round score of 67.
The Englishman, who is chasing his second European Tour title of the year following his success at the Open de Portugal in May, carded five birdies and a sin read more...

Perez storms clear in Malaysia

Pat Perez has moved four shots clear at the CIMB Classic after carding an eight-under-par score of 64 during Saturday's third round.
The American world number 31 went into the weekend with a narrow one-shot advantage over the chasing pack, but he stormed further clear after carding nine bird read more...

Fraser and Wallace share Italian lead

Marcus Fraser and England's Matt Wallace share the lead at the halfway point in the Italian Open.
Australian Fraser posted the lowest round of his European Tour career with a bogey-free 62 on Friday to move to the top of the leaderboard alongside Wallace, with the pair on -13.

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Scott set for Australian PGA

Adam Scott has confirmed he will head to his homeland for the Australian PGA Championship.
The tournament takes place between November 30 and December 3 and Scott, the world number 24, is particularly looking forward to taking on Sergio Garcia for the top prize. “Sergio’s playing in my b read more...

Molinari begins Italian Open defence well

Francesco Molinari declared himself satisfied with his opening-round of -7 in the Italian Open as he enjoyed a good day at Monza.
Molinari triumphed in the event 12 months ago - to add to his victory in his 'home' tournament from 2006 - and he's made a great start as he looks to defend his t read more...

Smith shines in Malaysia

Cameron Smith produced a sensational eight-under-par 64 to lead the CIMB Classic by one shot on day one.
Smith's form was scratchy coming into the PGA Tour event in Kuala Lumpur, having missed the cut in seven of his last 10 outings, but he ripped up the course on day one to move into first read more...