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Phil thrills in Mexico to capture first win since 2013

Phil thrills in Mexico to capture first win since 2013

Phil Mickelson eclipsed a moment of magic from Justin Thomas to beat his compatriot in a play-off at the WGC – Mexico Championship and secure his first title since winning the Open in 2013. The American pair finished tied on 16 under par after an enthralling final round at Chapultepec Golf Club. Mickelson saw his […]

150th Open set for St Andrews in 2021

150th Open set for St Andrews in 2021

History will be made once again at the home of golf in 2021 when The 150th Open is played at St Andrews from 11-18 July. Marking a true celebration of golf’s original championship and its historic ties to St Andrews, the occasion will be the 30th time that The Open has been played over the […]

Aussie first round tee times, stats at The Open 2017

Aussie first round tee times, stats at The Open 2017

The ISPS HANDA PGA Tour of Australasia will be well represented at the 146th Open Championship with 11 Australians and two New Zealanders teeing it up. Among them is 2016 ISPS HANDA PGA Tour of Australasia Order of Merit winner Matthew Griffin, current New Zealand Open champion Michael Hendry and our trio of qualifiers from the […]

Denmark pips Australia for inaugural GolfSixes event

Denmark pips Australia for inaugural GolfSixes event

  Denmark are the first ever GolfSixes champions after a 3-1 victory over Australia in the final at the Centurion Club. The European Tour was breaking new ground in St Albans with 16 teams of two starting the weekend and battling it out first in a group stage and then a knockout over six holes […]

GolfSixes concept unveiled by the European Tour

GolfSixes concept unveiled by the European Tour

The European Tour is today delighted to unveil GolfSixes, a revolutionary and novel short form of the game which further illustrates the Tour’s desire to embrace innovation and originality in professional golf. The inaugural GolfSixes event – featuring a prize fund of €1 million – will make its debut on the European Tour schedule at […]

Asian Tour, European Tour announce ‘strategic alliance’

Asian Tour, European Tour announce ‘strategic alliance’

The Asian Tour and the European Tour have today announced a ‘Strategic Alliance’ which officially ratifies the relationship between the two Tours. The ‘Strategic Alliance’ follows on from a detailed period of exclusive negotiations between the two organisations, which began last August, and whose joint vision laid the groundwork for today’s announcement. The formalisation of […]

The Open Championship Preview: The A to Z of Royal Troon

The Open Championship Preview: The A to Z of Royal Troon

FOR the ninth time in 93 years, the Open Championship returns to Royal Troon Golf Club from July 14-17. Founded in 1878, Royal Troon is renowned as one of the greatest links courses. The Old Course represents a stern golfing examination and, in particular, the inward half of Royal Troon is widely accepted as the […]

Fox first in France

Fox first in France

Ryan Fox held off a determined challenge from home favourite Thomas Linard to capture a wire-to-wire maiden victory on the European Challenge Tour in Le Vaudreuil Golf Challenge in France. Leading by three shots at the start of the final round, Fox birdied the closing hole for a two over par round of 73 to […]

Rickie Fowler captures Scottish Open

Rickie Fowler captures Scottish Open

A brilliant late birdie burst helped Rickie Fowler secure his first European Tour victory in the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open. For much of the day, Fowler struggled to find his rhythm in the strong winds and cold temperatures at Gullane Golf Club, but rose magnificently to the occasion late on with three birdies in […]

Australian PGA Championship gets European Tour co-sanctioning

Australian PGA Championship gets European Tour co-sanctioning

The Australian PGA Championship will reach more than 500 million viewers globally and be the richest tournament in Australia in 2015 thanks to a new co-sanctioning agreement announced today with the European Tour. The Championship, the oldest and most prestigious professional tournament on the PGA Tour of Australasia, will be played at the RACV Royal […]

Fowler goes back-to-back, wins ISPA Handa PGA Seniors Championship

Fowler goes back-to-back, wins ISPA Handa PGA Seniors Championship

Peter Fowler continued his incredible recent form by claiming a second consecutive European Senior Tour title at the ISPA Handa PGA Seniors Championship in England. The Australian came into the final day with a four-shot lead and eventually won by three, but he did not have it all his own way during the final round […]

McIlroy wins Race to Dubai

McIlroy wins Race to Dubai

For the second time in an increasingly prolific career, Rory McIlroy has won The Race to Dubai after a superb season in which he took his haul of Major titles to four, and won a World Golf Championship and the BMW PGA Championship for the first time. With 2,726,514 points now separating McIlroy and Henrik […]

Langer completes record Senior Open victory

Langer completes record Senior Open victory

Bernhard Langer completed a remarkable record-breaking wire-to-wire victory in The Senior Open Championship Presented by Rolex, carding a closing four under par round of 67 to win by a staggering 13 shots from Colin Montgomerie at Royal Porthcawl Golf Club. The German began the final round with an eight shot advantage over Canadian Rick Gibson, […]

McDowell triumphs again in California

McDowell triumphs again in California

Northern Ireland’s Graeme McDowell finished three shots clear of Keegan Bradley to win the World Challenge presented by Northwestern Mutual in California. The European Ryder Cup star banked a cheque for $1,000,000 as a result of finishing 17 under for the week, as well as ending a two year wait since his last victory. The […]

Video: Els captures Claret Jug; Scott stumbles

Video: Els captures Claret Jug; Scott stumbles

SOUTH African Ernie Els fired a final-round two-under 68 to capture his second Claret Jug and fourth Major championship, following a final round collapse by Adam Scott.
With a four-shot cushion and four holes to play, it was Scott’s tournament to lose. But a few critical mistakes – including a costly missed green on the 17th – saw him bogey the last four holes and hand the championship to Els via a five-over-par 75.

Townsend hopes to shine at Open

Townsend hopes to shine at Open

Aaron Townsend’s chief memory of winning International Final Qualifying for Britain’s 2012 Open Championship earlier this year was heavy rain and gale-force winds that forced play to be suspended for hours at Melbourne’s Kingston Heath golf course. The Australian OneAsia player may well have to draw deep on that memory if he is to shine in his first-ever Major this week.