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  1. Day resumes golf No.1 assault

    Jason Day cannot wait to bury his Doral demons from a year ago and continue his push for golf's world No.1 ranking.

  2. Golfer backs down from Tiger Woods claim

    Golfer backs down from Tiger Woods claim

    A journeyman golfer who claimed Tiger Woods was serving a drugs ban has completely retracted his claims against the former world No.1.

  3. Poulter, Casey share lead at Honda Classic

    Ian Poulter watched his three-shot lead evaporate early in the final round as two sprayed tee shots brought him back to the field in Florida.

  4. Ko wins second NZ Open title

    Ko wins second NZ Open title

    World No.1 Lydia Ko shot one-under 71 to wrap up a four-shot victory at the New Zealand Women's Open in Christchurch.

  5. Ko smashes course record to lead NZ Open

    Ko smashes course record to lead NZ Open

    Lydia Ko scorches clear at the New Zealand Women's Open with one round to play courtesy of a superb course record.

  6. Lewis leads LPGA Thailand by 3

    American golfer Stacey Lewis has a three-shot lead, at 14 under par, at the halfway stage of the LPGA Thailand.

  7. Ko can't guarantee more NZ Open visits

    Ko can't guarantee more NZ Open visits

    Breaking her LPGA schedule to contest the New Zealand Women's Open will be hard to commit to every year says Lydia Ko.

  8. Love willing to listen, learn in second Ryder Cup chance

    Love willing to listen, learn in second Ryder Cup chance

    By Simon Evans
    PALM BEACH GARDENS, Florida (Reuters) - Newly appointed United States Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III said on Tuesday he has learnt from his mistakes in defeat and will ...

  9. Leishman in late WGC bid

    Marc Leishman needs a good result at the Honda Classic to qualify for the lucrative WGC Cadillac Championship next week.

  10. Norman doubts Woods will return to top

    Norman doubts Woods will return to top

    Gremlins in his head are hurting Tiger Woods career, according to Aussie great.

  11. Ko feels Open win sets up major chance

    Ko feels Open win sets up major chance

    World No.1 Lydia Ko says her experience winning the Australian Open title in tough conditions will help her when she tackles the majors this year.

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