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SA’s Aiken wins Avantha Masters

Thomas Aiken of South Africa led from start to finish on the final day to win the $2.3-million Avantha Masters by three shots in India.

Mbalula: Tshwane Open good for golf, despite low turn-out

Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula says the income generated from the Tshwane Open will greatly benefit local tourism and help develop the sport.

Tiger Woods criticises McIlroy’s withdrawal from Honda tournament

Tiger Woods has said world number one Rory McIlroy should choose his words more carefully after Ireland's golfer withdrew from the Honda Classic.

Westwood guns for third Nedbank Challenge title

Englishman Lee Westwood is hoping to become the first to win three consecutive titles in the upcoming Nedbank Golf Challenge invitation tournament.

Tim Clark to play at the Nelson Mandela Championship

Tim Clark has confirmed his participation at the Nelson Mandela Championship at Royal Durban Golf Club from December 6 to 9.

Home hero Adam Scott wins Australian Masters

Local favourite Adam Scott has won the $1-million Australian Masters , beating Briton Adam Poulter by four strokes.

Coetzee shoots course record at SA Open

George Coetzee made nine birdies and an eagle on his way to a course record nine-under par 63 in the third round of the South African Open.

Ian Poulter’s success smells like team spirit

One would have to visit a football ground rather than a golf course to discover the source of the inspiration behind Poulter's Ryder Cup love affair.

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.

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