• McKenzie looking good for Euro card
    Australian David McKenzie remains on track to secure his European Tour card at the midway point of the final qualifying event at the PGA Catalunya Resort.
  • Ogilvy: No contact with Allenby
    Geoff Ogilvy says he has not spoken to Presidents Cup team-mate Robert Allenby since the pair almost came to blows at a public dinner after the Australian PGA Championship.
  • Donald en route to Melbourne
    With the moneylist double under his belt, Luke Donald is headed to Melbourne to play the JBWere Masters at Victoria Golf Club in what will be his first appearance in Australia.
  • US duo win Shark Shootout
    American duo Keegan Bradley and Brendan Steele won the Franklin Templeton Shark Shootout by three strokes on Sunday.
  • Baker-Finch on target at Byron Bay
    The first round of the Legends Tour Championship at Byron Bay Golf Club was dominated by the presence and scoring of former British Open winner Ian Baker-Finch.
  • McKenzie on track at Q-School
    Australian David McKenzie is on track to earn his European Tour card after a brilliant second round at the qualifying school event in Girona on Sunday.
  • Donald tops both money lists
    Luke Donald became the first man in history to top both the US PGA and European Tour money lists for earnings in a single season on Sunday.
  • Bradley, Steele out in front
    Keegan Bradley and Brendan Steele moved into the outright lead at the Franklin Templeton Shark Shootout on Saturday.
  • Tampion starts well at Q-School
    Sam Hutsby was the star of the show on the opening day of the final stage of European Tour qualifying in Girona, while Australian Andrew Tampion made a great start.
  • Quiros maintains lead in Dubai
    Alviro Quiros retained control of the Dubai World Championship with a two-under-par 70 on Saturday, as Rory McIlroy’s challenge faltered.

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