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Jet-setter Westwood grabs early Malaysian Open lead

England’s Lee Westwood shrugged off jet lag and an opening bogey to fire a superb seven-under-par 65 to lead the field after his first round at the European Tour’s Malaysian Open on Thursday.

Westwood, Oosthuizen headline field in Malaysia

Maybank Malaysian Open - Previews Lee Westwood and Louis Oosthuizen head a trio of former Malaysian Open champions gunning for the title again just days...

Lacklustre finish to 78th Masters after rich early promise

The 78th Masters began as one of the most wide open in decades, but it will not go down as a classic after a...

Oldies are fast closing in on major milestone

A few years back, the idea of a major champion being won by a player in his 50s would have been laughed at. That is no...

Moore wins Par-3 title to challenge Masters curse

Ryan Moore, who booked a spot at Augusta National this week with a victory last October in Malaysia, challenged the...

PGA Tour

Jones chips in to win title, claim Masters spot

Australia's Matt Jones chipped in from rough on the first playoff hole to win the PGA Tour's Houston Open title and claim the final spot in the Masters on Sunday.

Woods to miss Masters after back surgery

Omega Dubai Desert Classic - Day Four Tiger Woods announced on Tuesday he would miss next week’s Masters after undergoing back surgery for a pinched nerve...

Bowditch survives to win Texas Open by one stroke

First-time winner Steven Bowditch continued a season of surprises on the PGA Tour, claiming the $6.2 million Texas Open...

American Every clinches upset victory over Scott

An emotional Matt Every clinched his first PGA Tour victory in dramatic fashion when he surged past a faltering Adam...

Late heroics give Aussie Senden second US title

Australian John Senden birdied two of the last three holes in impressive fashion Sunday to win the Valspar...

European Tour

Asia fight back to share inaugural EurAsia Cup with Europe

Team Asia pulled off a stirring comeback in the final round of the inaugural EurAsia Cup to snatch a share of the trophy by taking six of 10 singles matches played Saturday.

Aiken makes it three titles at Africa Open

Africa Open - Day Four Thomas Aiken drained a 45-foot birdie putt at the 18th hole of East London Golf Club to clinch a playoff victory at the...

South Africa's Coetzee claims maiden Joburg win

FEARLESS George Coetzee attacked from the start yesterday, first to eradicate a four-stroke deficit and then win the...

EuroAsia Cup is no 'mistake', fumes O'Grady

DP World Tour Championship - Day Four European Tour chief executive George O'Grady has strongly denied saying the new EurAsia Cup team golf tournament was a...

Gallacher overcomes dire start to retain Dubai title

*** BESTPIX *** Omega Dubai Desert Classic - Day Four Scotland’s Stephen Gallacher struck a final round 72 to clinch the $2.5 million Dubai Desert Classic on Sunday as he...

SA golf

Fisher keeps his cool to claim victory at Lost City

Tshwane Open - Day Three
Trevor Fisher Junior did not know his nearest pursuer had eagled the 18th, but he managed to keep calm as he played out the final hole of the Investec Cup, make par and walk off the green R3.5-million richer at Lost City on Sunday.

Fisher reels in win that almost got away

Tshwane Open - Day Four ROSS Fisher rolled in a 20-foot putt for eagle on the 15th hole to seal victory at a wet Tshwane Open yesterday and...

Walters, Fichardt win top Sunshine Tour awards

Joburg Open - Day 4 The 2013 Sunshine Tour Players' Awards function was held at a function in Pretoria on Monday evening, with Justin...

Ladies' golf

Teenager Thompson wins Kraft Nabisco Championship

Lexi Thompson went after it at the Kraft Nabisco Championship, smashing driver on every hole she could. Michelle Wie reined in her power, hitting conservative fairway-metal stingers and only occasionally letting loose with the driver.

Sweden’s Anna Nordqvist wins LPGA Kia Classic

Honda LPGA Thailand: Day 4 Sweden’s Anna Nordqvist captured her second US LPGA title of 2014 on Sunday, firing a final-round 67 to win the Kia...

Aussie Webb rallies to claim Founders Cup

HSBC Women's Champions - Day Four Karrie Webb rolled in a half dozen birdies on her final eight holes as she came from behind to capture the LPGA Tour’s...

More golf

Tiger Woods cracks $1.3 billion in career earnings

Turkish Airlines Open - Day Four
World number one Tiger Woods has cracked $1.3 billion (R13,8 billion) in career earnings by leading the Golf Digest 50 with $83 million (R807,7 million) in income last year, the magazine reported on its website Tuesday.

Rose joins ace Garcia at halfway lead in Thailand

Nedbank Golf Challenge - Day Four Spaniard Sergio Garcia sank a magical hole-in-one in a sparkling round of seven-under-par 65 to share the halfway lead...

Defending champ Schwartzel tied seventh in Thailand

Germany’s Alex Cejka burst through the pack with a sizzling eight-under par 64 to take the lead in the opening round of...

Madiba-inspired Kruger leads Hong Kong Open

Hong Kong Open - Day Two South Africa’s Jbe Kruger grabbed the outright lead at the halfway stage of the Hong Kong Open Friday, paying tribute...

Ireland's Higgins leads Hong Kong Open by one

David Higgins of Ireland shot a 6-under-par 64 to lead the Hong Kong Open by one after the first round on Thursday.