Golf

Stenson thinking big after win

23 November 2014 2.01pm.

Sweden's Henrik Stenson set his sights on an elusive major championship after successfully defending a title for the first time in his career following a thrilling finish to the DP World Tour Championship.

Stenson defence remains on track

22 November 2014 3.02pm.

Defending champion Henrik Stenson remained on course to achieve a personal milestone worth more than £1.3million as Rory McIlroy suffered a nightmare two-hole spell in the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai.

Laing goes low to stake China claim

22 November 2014 1.01pm.

Scotland's Vikki Laing carded the lowest score of the week to lie just one shot off the lead heading into the final round of the Xiamen Open in China.

  • Stenson sets pace in Dubai

    21 November 2014 3.17pm.

    Defending champion Henrik Stenson felt like he had "hit the wall" at the end of a long season, but still managed to claim the halfway lead in the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai.

  • McIlroy makes flying start in Dubai

    20 November 2014 3.17pm.

    Rory McIlroy could not contain his excitement at getting back into competitive action after a six-week lay-off, although his competitors probably did not feel the same way as he claimed a share of the lead in the DP World Tour Championship.

  • Lawrie invokes Hunter’s inspiration for one last charge

    19 November 2014 10.30pm.

    Paul Lawrie knows that he’s running out time in his career, but he’s using the spirit and inspiration of his late mentor for one last charge.

  • Poulter looking to rescue season

    19 November 2014 9.02am.

    Ian Poulter will look to salvage his season with a first victory for two years in the DP World Tour Championship, a win which would be worth almost as much in lost pride as money.

  • McIlroy has Masters on his mind

    18 November 2014 11.02am.

    World number one Rory McIlroy admits he is annoyed to still be spending time on legal battles rather than the golf course, but insists it will have no impact on his bid to complete the career grand slam.

  • Paul Lawrie makes sure Aberdeen keeps its place on European Tour

    15 November 2014 9.24am.

    It took so long for the European Tour to reach Aberdeen that Paul Lawrie has started his own tournament to make sure it stayed.

  • Lawrie hosts new tournament

    14 November 2014 4.16pm.

    Former Open champion Paul Lawrie is to host a new match play tournament which will feature on the European Tour for the next three years, it was announced on Friday.

  • Watson thrilled with victory

    9 November 2014 10.46am.

    Bubba Watson defeated Tim Clark on the first play-off hole to win the WGC-HSBC Champions on Sunday after an extraordinary finish to the £5.4million event in Shanghai.

  • McDowell relishing China challenge

    8 November 2014 10.46am.

    Graeme McDowell insisted he was relishing the challenge after his domination of the WGC-HSBC Champions came under serious threat in Shanghai.

  • Tourism chief claims Ryder Cup could return to Scotland by 2026

    8 November 2014 9.21am.

    Scotland could bid for another Ryder Cup as early as 2026 due to the success of this year’s event at Gleneagles, according to the country’s tourism chief.

  • Future of Scottish Open secured

    7 November 2014 3.17pm.

    The future of the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open has been secured until 2020 thanks to extended commitments from the title sponsor and Scottish Government.

  • Davies in contention in Japan

    7 November 2014 10.01am.

    Laura Davies carded a four-under-par 68 to lie just one shot off the lead after the first round of the Mizuno Classic in Japan on Friday.

  • McDowell stays in control

    7 November 2014 7.46am.

    Ryder Cup star Graeme McDowell maintained his brilliant form at Sheshan International to remain in command at the halfway stage of the £5.4milllion WGC-HSBC Champions event in Shanghai.

  • European Tour chief bowing out after ‘best presented Ryder Cup’

    6 November 2014 11.35am.

    George O’Grady’s decade-long stay as chief executive of the European Tour was not without problems, but his rival Tim Finchem hailed his “extraordinary leadership”.

  • Reed outburst set to prove costly

    6 November 2014 11.01am.

    Ryder Cup star Patrick Reed is set to be punished by the PGA Tour after a foul-mouthed outburst on the opening day of the WGC-HSBC Champions event in Shanghai.

  • Garcia hoping to go one step better

    5 November 2014 2.02pm.

    Sergio Garcia will look to turn a string of near-misses into a lucrative victory in the £5.4million WGC-HSBC Champions event in Shanghai this week.

  • O'Grady: Tour in fine shape

    5 November 2014 10.01am.

    George O'Grady's tenure has not been without its problems, but the outgoing chief executive believes his successor will find the European Tour in excellent health.

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