• Wagner triumphs in Hawaii
    Johnson Wagner won the third PGA Tour event of his career with a two-shot victory at the Sony Open in Hawaii, while John Senden was the leading Australian.
  • Amazing Grace breaks through
    Branden Grace has clinched a maiden European Tour victory with a one-shot win at the Joburg Open on Sunday (local time).
  • Maggert into share of lead
    Jeff Maggert is tied with Matt Every for the lead at the Sony Open in Hawaii after a bogey-free third round of 64.
  • Grace, Finch lead in Joburg
    Branden Grace and Richard Finch are tied at the top after the Joburg Open third round was cut short due to bad weather on Saturday.
  • Every leads in Hawaii
    American Matt Every has a two-stroke lead at the halfway mark of the Sony Open in Hawaii after carding a six-under par 64 on Friday.
  • Rock leads at Joburg Open
    Thunderstorms interrupted play for the second day running at the Joburg Open as England’s Robert Rock grabbed the outright lead.
  • Senden in the hunt in Hawaii
    Canadian Graham DeLaet holds a two-shot lead after the first round of the Sony Open in Hawaii, while John Senden is leading the Australian contingent.
  • McGrane, Elson lead in Joburg
    Damien McGrane and Jamie Elson share the Joburg Open lead after thunderstorms cut short Thursday’s opening round in Johannesburg.
  • Townsend, Cullen and Hall qualify
    Aaron Townsend, Nick Cullen and Ashley Hall have qualified through the 2012 Open Championship at Royal Lytham & St Annes thanks to their top three finishes at Australasia International Final Qualifying (IFQ) today
  • What’s on this week?
    From Aussie pro-ams to the US PGA Tour and European Tour, click here to find out what’s on in the world of golf this week.

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