• Manage the course like a pro
    PGA Professional Richard Jumrukovski gives some quick tips on course management
  • Stricker strikes again
    Steve Stricker sunk two birdies on the final two holes to win his third consecutive John Deere Classic in thrilling style.
  • Scottish joy for Donald
    Englishman Luke Donald won the Scottish Open by four shots in the rain-reduced tournament.
  • Charity High called off
    Inclement weather forced the cancellation of the 2011 Charity High1 Resort Open in South Korea on Sunday.
  • Miyazato strikes at US Open
    Mika Miyazato leads the US Women’s Open by one shot at five-under par after two rounds, with play again interrupted by lightning storms.
  • Stricker leads John Deere field
    Steve Stricker shot an eight-under-par 63 to take a two-shot lead going into the final round of the John Deere Classic.
  • Rain halts Scottish Open
    Torrential rain has forced the Scottish Open to be reduced to 54 holes after no play was possible on Saturday.
  • Kim in the clear
    South Korean In-Kyung Kim leads the US Women’s Open by two shots mid-way through the second round in Colorado Springs, while Australian Karrie Webb is three strokes off the pace.
  • Reavie rolling in Illinois
    Chez Reavie took a two-shot lead at the half-way mark of the John Deere Classic after shooting a nine-under-par 62.
  • McDowell jumps to share of lead
    A blistering eight-under round of 64 helped Graeme McDowell storm into a share of the lead at the Scottish Open.

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