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Phil Mickelson lands British Open win

Phil Mickelson has won the British Open for the first time at Muirfield - one month after his heartbreak at the US Open.

Schwartzel leads Memorial after first round

SA's Charl Schwartzel has piled up 10 birdies in a seven-under par 65 to take the first-round lead at the US PGA Tour's Memorial tournament.

Els lies low ahead of Memorial Tournament

Ernie Els is hoping to score a win at this year's Memorial Tournament, despite Tiger Woods being a clear favourite.

McIlroy parts ways management ‘to do his own thing’

Former US Open champion Rory McIlroy is set to split with his Irish-based management company and organise his own business affairs, says a friend.

Woods ignores calls to withdraw from Masters

Tiger Woods has not responded to calls to withdraw from the Masters after being given a two-stroke penalty for an improper drop at the 15th hole.

77th Masters gets underway with Woods in spotlight

Sweden's Carl Pettersson set the early pace as the 77th Masters gets underway with all eyes on Tiger Woods.

Tiger Woods set to pull of Jordan-esque second half

Tiger Woods sees himself much like retired NBA legend Michael Jordan, and if his second act in golf rivals that of Jordan, it promises to be great.

Nicklaus: I expect Tiger Woods to beat my record

Jack Nicklaus says 14-time major winner Tiger Woods needs to win this week's Masters or it will be "a lot tougher for him" to beat his record.

Tiger Woods reclaims No 1 spot after sex scandal

Tiger Woods has reclaimed the world No 1 spot for the first time since his career was derailed by a sex scandal and a string of injuries.

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