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Séamus Power off to solid start at 3M Open as Dustin Johnson withdraws
World number four Dustin Johnson withdrew from the 3M Open in Blaine, Minnesota with a back injury after struggled badly during his first round on Thursday.
‘Beefed-up’ Pepperell finds his range
Eddie Pepperell confesses that before the all-meat diet that has transformed his physique, and he hopes his game, he would eat an entire Terry’s Chocolate Orange every night. “And that was with a few glasses of red wine,” he said.
Pepperell admits fears for Tour’s future amid ‘terrifying’ pandemic
Eddie Pepperell admits he is concerned for the future of the European Tour given the “frankly terrifying” state of the global economy due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Why new world No 1 Rahm can give Rory McIlroy a major lift
Losing the world No 1 ranking to Jon Rahm could be just the inspiration Rory McIlroy needs to roar back to Major-winning form.
Jon Rahm holds off rivals at Memorial Tournament to overtake Rory McIlroy as world number one
Spain’s Jon Rahm won the Memorial golf tournament in Dublin, Ohio on Monday, dethroning Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy as world No 1 in the process.
Jon Rahm primed to replace Rory McIlroy as world No. 1 after commanding third round at the Memorial
Jon Rahm will take a four-stroke lead into the final round of the Memorial Tournament as he bids to replace Rory McIlroy as world number one.
Tommy Conlon Opinion Held together by pride and ability to grind when he can’t sparkle
Tiger’s second round on Friday had taken him so often to the unmapped terrain on the course, it looked like he was more in need of hiking boots than golf shoes.
Life of achievement adds up to being honoured by degrees
Honorary fellowships and doctorates acquired through his golfing prowess, would allow Pádraig Harrington to place a string of letters after his name. Yet with obvious regret, he admitted: “I can’t use the ones that I actually passed an exam for.”
Mixed McIlroy in the hunt as Woods and Lowry struggle
Rory McIlroy mixed the sublime with the frustrating during his second round to leave himself seven shots off the lead at the halfway stage of the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village in Ohio.
‘Golf’s the only sport where if you don’t perform, you don’t get paid’ – Paul Dunne and the fight to reignite career
In a profession where privilege and paranoia collide relentlessly, Paul Dunne understands how easily fear can become your only strategy.
Rory McIlroy off to solid start at Memorial but all the talk is about one breathtaking Bryson DeChambeau drive
With his position as world No 1 under threat, Rory McIlroy made a solid start in the first round of the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village last night.
‘Tiger will find it hard to focus without fans’ – McIlroy tees up alongside Woods and Koepka at Memorial
Rory McIlroy believes a visit from coach Michael Bannon can spark a return to form at this week’s Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village.
‘I feel my game is definitely better after the week’ – McIlroy upbeat after reuniting with coach
Rory McIlroy hopes reuniting with coach Michael Bannon can put an end to his “erratic” performances as he bids to return to winning ways on the PGA Tour.
Woods prepared to take risk with ‘silent’ return to PGA Tour
For the professional golfer who has been watched more than any other in history, Tiger Woods goes into the Memorial Tournament with understandable apprehension.
Morikawa avoids play-off woe as Lowry boosts FedEx rankings
Collin Morikawa narrowly avoided another play-off heartbreak, defeating Justin Thomas in a tightly contested bout at the Workday Charity Open in Dublin, Ohio last night.
Dermot Gilleece Opinion Talented DeChambeau gave early indications of shape of things to come
With a fresh breeze brushing the back of his bare, blond head, Jack Nicklaus succumbed to temptation. Taking off his yellow sweater, he handed it to his caddie and proceeded to smash a drive through the 18th green at St Andrews, more than 358 yards away.
Old Head waiting for Irish Open green light if Mount Juliet deal fails
The European Tour could take the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open to the Old Head of Kinsale this year if it fails to come to an agreement with Mount Juliet to extend its one-year deal to two.
Shane Lowry and Paul McGinley call on government to give green light to reschedule Irish Open
Shane Lowry has urged the Irish government to consider giving the green light for the Irish Open to staged in the slot that had been allocated for this year’s Ryder Cup.
Shane Lowry in contention after opening round in Ohio
Shane Lowry carded an encouraging three-under round of 69 on the opening day of the Workday Charity Open, leaving him just three shots off early clubhouse leader Adam Hadwin.
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