Hensby handed one-year suspension

Australian Mark Hensby has been handed a one-year suspension from the PGA Tour after failing to provide a sample for a drugs test.
The 46-year-old has struggled in the last few years and the latest setback will only see him drop further down the world rankings. He is now ranked at 1,623 in t read more...

McIlroy set for Genesis return

Rory McIlroy has confirmed he will compete in next year's Genesis Open and could renew his rivalry with Tiger Woods.
McIlroy skipped the event last year, but is now set to return in 2018 in the hope of rediscovering his best form after a disappointing 12 months. A niggling rib injury ruined read more...

Woods can win again – Harmon

Tiger Woods' former swing coach Butch Harmon believes the Californian can add to his 79 PGA Tour titles.
Woods made his return to competitive action after a long spell out with back issues at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas and he managed to finish the tournament in a tie for ninth o read more...

Americans win QBE Classic

Steve Stricker and Sean O’Hair claimed a two-shot victory over Graeme McDowell and Shane Lowry at the QBE Classic.
The American duo carded a combined eight-under 64 in the better ball format to take the title ahead of the Irish pair in a thrilling final showdown. Elsewhere, Pat Perez and B read more...

Sharma made to wait for Joburg bid

Shubhankar Sharma must wait until Monday to try and wrap up the Joburg Open title after heavy storms resulted in play being suspended.
The 21-year-old took a five-shot lead into Sunday's final round at the Randpark Golf Club in Johannesburg and managed two birdies in his first seven holes to read more...

G-Mac delighted with QBE charge

Graeme McDowell is happy with his and team-mate Shane Lowry's display after the pair moved into a share of the QBE Shootout lead.
The Irish duo, the only international players among the 12 teams at Tiburon Golf Club, managed to overcome the blustery conditions on Saturday and climb six place read more...

Sharma storms clear in Johannesburg

Shubhankar Sharma will take a five-shot lead into the final round of the Joburg Open after carding a third-round score of 65.
The Indian is playing in just his 10th event on the European Tour but after securing a top-10 finish at the UBS Hong Kong Open two weeks ago, he has continued his fin read more...

Stricker/O’Hair one clear in Naples

Steve Stricker and Sean O'Hair lead the QBE Shootout by one shot following a first-round 15-under-par 57 in Florida.
Playing the scramble format, the duo kicked off proceedings with five successive birdies and never looked back as they tore up the Tiburon Golf Club course. They reached the t read more...

Pulkkanen holds Joburg advantage

Finland's Tapio Pulkkanen will take a one-shot lead into the weekend after signing for a score of 64 on day two of the Joburg Open.
The 27-year-old is only playing in his second European Tour event after securing his card by winning last season's Road to Oman, failing to make the cut on his read more...

McIlroy adds Honda Classic to schedule

Rory McIlroy will play at the Honda Classic in spring 2018 as he looks to be at the top of his game ahead of the Masters at Augusta.
The 28-year-old former world number one, who sits at 10 in the current rankings, is looking to hit the ground running in the new year having been hampered by a read more...