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Europe regain Ryder Cup with dominant singles display

Francesco Molinari fittingly took the glory as Europe regained the Ryder Cup from the United States in dominant style on Sunday, the Italian beating Phil Mickelson on the 16th to post the point needed to reach the magic tally of 14.5. Mickelson conceded the hole after firing his tee shot into

Tiger Woods made a subdued start to his first Ryder Cup

Tiger Woods made a subdued start to his first Ryder Cup in six years as he and partner Patrick Reed squandered a two-hole lead to lose three and one to Europeans Francesco Molinari and Tommy Fleetwood at Le Golf National on Friday. With eight holes remaining of the day’s fourth four-balls

Tiger Woods won his first title in 5 years

Tiger Woods was moved to the brink of tears after capturing his first title since 2013 with a two-stroke triumph at the Tour Championship in Atlanta on Sunday that proved he was far from washed up at the age of 42. Tossing aside five years of career-threatening injury woes, Woods reasserted

Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy share lead for first time on PGA Tour

Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy broke new ground when they tied for the first-round lead at the BMW Championship in Pennsylvania on Thursday. Despite 18 major championships between them, the pair had never shared the lead after any round on the PGA Tour until they carded matching eight-under-par 62s in oppressive

Tiger Woods announced on Thursday that he will play the next two events on the PGA Tour — the Wells Fargo Championship in North Carolina and the Players Championship in Florida. The Players Championship entry is hardly a surprise, given that he has twice won the tour’s flagship event, which is

Tiger Woods officially commits to 2018 US Open

Woods finally puts his intention into writing after he officially signed up for the 2018 US open which has been slated for June 14 – 17 at the Shinnecock Hills Southampton, New York. He has participated in the competition for fourteen times, winning three times in the following year; 2000, 2002,

US Open champ Brooks Koepka out of Masters

Last year's US Open champion Brooks Koepka has been forced to withdraw from the Masters as he continues his recovery from a wrist injury. The 27-year-old has missed all of the 2018 season to date after tearing a tendon in his wrist during his first event of the campaign, Hawaii's Sentry