• Playing off sloping ground
    PGA Pro Mostyn Farmer explains how to play shots off sloping ground
  • Hoey wins Madeira Islands Open
    Northern Ireland’s Michael Hoey claimed his second European Tour title on Sunday with a two-stroke win in the Madeira Islands Open.
  • Toms buries final-day woes
    American David Toms claimed the Crowne Plaza Invitational in Texas on Sunday with a final round of 67.
  • Poulter wins World Match Play
    England’s Ian Poulter took out the World Match Play title in Spain on Sunday, beating world number two Luke Donald 2 and 1 in the final.
  • Barnes wins in Korea
    Australian Kurt Barnes has won the SK Telecom Open after the final round at the Pinx Golf Club was cancelled due to fog on Sunday.
  • Donald meets Kaymer in semis
    Luke Donald will take on Martin Kaymer in a battle between the world number two and three respectively at the World Match Play Championships.
  • Two share lead in Madeira
    Michael Hoey and England’s Jamie Elson share a two-stroke lead heading into Sunday’s final round of the Madeira Islands Open in Portugal.
  • Barnes edges clear at Telecom Open
    Kurt Barnes will take a one-shot into the final round of the SK Telecom Open after shooting a 67 at the Pinx Golf Club on Saturday.
  • Eight’s great for Toms
    David Toms has continued his sizzling run of form, holing a second consecutive eight-birdie round to lead the Crowne Plaza International, while Australians Steven Bowditch and John Senden are tied for second, but seven strokes off the pace.
  • An Aussie, two Northern Irishmen through
    Graeme McDowell will take on Rory McIlroy in the knockout stages of the World Match Play Championship, while Aussie Aaron Baddeley also made the Round of 16.

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