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Maria Sharapova supreme once more at French Open

Maria Sharapova won her second French Open title in three years on Saturday, defeating Romania's Simona Halep 6-4, 6-7 (5/7), 6-4 in a gripping final.

French Open final: No looking back for Sharapova

The past is irrelevant for Maria Sharapova as she prepares to face up to the steamroller that is Serena Williams in Saturday's French Open final.

Miracle in Medinah as Europe triumphs in Ryder Cup

Rampant Europe produced the greatest comeback in Ryder Cup history to reel in the United States and retain the trophy at Medinah Country Club.

US team dominates first day of Ryder Cup

The United States has emerged victorious from a pulsating first day's play in the 39th Ryder Cup at Medinah Country Club on Friday.

Simpson stuns stars to win US Open

Webb Simpson came from four shots back to win the US Open at San Francisco's Olympic Club, overtaking big names to win his first major title.

McIlroy pins hopes on breaking US Open tradition

The US Open teed off at Olympic Club with Rory McIlroy bidding to become the first back-to-back winner of the year's second major since 1989.

Oosthuizen’s wonder shot that wasn’t

Louis Oosthuizen's albatross in the Augusta Masters might have been what held him back from beating Bubba Watson in their sudden-death playoff.

Woods ignites 2012 season

Tiger Woods has lit the fuse on a new golf season during which he aims to return to the forefront and possibly add to his majors haul of 14.

Donald, McIlroy steal the show in 2011

Rory McIlroy produced the single top display of the year by winning his first Major, while Luke Donald nabbed the PGA Championship.

World Cup scheduling compared to slavery, apartheid

The scheduling row that has soured the World Cup took on a new dimension with a Samoan player accusing the IRB of exploitation akin to "slavery" and

Wins for Samoa, Canada and Scotland at World Cup

Samoa and Canada made winning starts to the World Cup on Wednesday, while Scotland held off a brave challenge from Georgia.

Weather turns British Open into endurance test

The third round of the British Open on Saturday has the 71 survivors facing another severe test in the form of lashing rain and gusting winds.

Rory relishes Tiger challenge

Only one thing was missing from Rory McIlroy's breakthrough win in a Major at the US Open on Sunday -- there was no Tiger Woods.

Young gun McIlroy takes command at US Open

Rory McIlroy put his Masters misery behind him on Thursday, firing a superb six-under 65 for a three-stroke lead in the first round of the US Open.

Emerging talents eye US Open

The US Open has always placed a premium on experience and know-how, making it perhaps the toughest of the four Majors for young bloods to win.

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