British Open: Jordan Spieth into joint lead with Dustin Johnson
British Open: Jordan Spieth into joint lead with Dustin Johnson

Jordan Spieth brought the reality of an historic third straight major title closer on Sunday as he moved into the joint lead on ten under at the Open Championship with overnight leader Dustin Johnson and South African Charl Schwartzel.

Englishman Andy Sullivan wins again in South Africa
Englishman Andy Sullivan wins again in South Africa

Englishman Andy Sullivan won his second European Tour event in South Africa within 50 days when he lifted the Joburg Open trophy Sunday.

Anirban Lahiri starts with a modest two-over 74 at CIMB Classic
Anirban Lahiri starts with a modest two-over 74 at CIMB Classic

 Anirban Lahiri got off to a modest start, fumbling with a three-bogey stretch on the back nine to finish with a two-over 74 in the opening round of the USD 7 million CIMB Classic here on Thursday.

Leishman leads WGC Bridgestone, Woods four adrift

Australia`s Marc Leishman fired a six-under par 64 on Thursday to seize a one-stroke lead in the Bridgestone Invitational with defending champion Tiger Woods four shots back.

McIlroy, Scott relish US Open test of patience

Top-ranked Adam Scott and former world number one Rory McIlroy, among the favorites at the 114th US Open, will put a premium on patience and creativity this week at Pinehurst.

Adam Scott still puzzled by his poor US Open record

Adam Scott has been a perennial contender in major championships over the past three years but, for reasons which he finds difficult to explain, he has mainly struggled at the U.S. Open.

Mickelson heads long list of big names to miss Masters cut

Triple champion Phil Mickelson led a host of big names to miss the cut at the Masters on Friday as the American failed to advance to the third round at Augusta National for the first time in 17 years.

New generation sizing up Masters green jackets

Top-ranked Tiger Woods is injured and absent, reigning Masters champion Adam Scott has squandered his past two 54-hole leads and 2012 Masters winner Bubba Watson needed 22 months to win again.

Proteas golfer Charl Schwartzel wins second consecutive Alfred Dunhill championship

South African golf ace Charl Schwartzel has won his second consecutive Alfred Dunhill championship on Sunday with a master class of consistent golf, which held off Englishman Richard Finch by four strokes.

Schwartzel hits back to join Madsen at top

South Africa`s defending champion Charl Schwartzel hit a second round four-under-par 68 to level up with Denmark`s Morten Madsen in the lead of his home EPGA Alfred Dunhill Championship in Malenane on Friday.

Schwartzel puts himself in line for first home Open title

Home favourite Charl Schwartzel will take a one-stroke lead into Sunday`s final round of the South African Open after carding a third-round 69 for a 15-under-par total of 201 that sets him up for a title that has previously eluded him.

Favourite Schwartzel shares lead at South African Open

Home favourite and former Masters champion Charl Schwartzel shared the lead of the South African Open with Italian Marco Crespi on Friday, after both men finished the second round on 12 under par.

Schwartzel wins in China after late Clarke slip

Former US Masters champion Charl Schwartzel came from behind to win the Nanshan China Open by one shot on Sunday after a costly late slip by Northern Ireland`s Darren Clarke.

Local hero Liang vies with stars at China Masters

Defending champion and local favourite Liang Wenchong will have to defeat former Major winners Charl Schwartzel and Darren Clarke if he is to retain the Nanshan China Masters starting Thursday.

Phil Mickelson takes great pride in Presidents Cup longevity

Mickelson and Bradley will take part in what is arguably the marquee contest of the opening day against South Africans Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel.

Presidents Cup: Experience versus form the conundrum for captain Price

In just over a week, International captain Nick Price will announce his two captain`s picks for the biennial Presidents Cup.

Lahiri tied seventh; Chopra second behind Schwartzel

Anirban Lahiri`s effort to cap a wonderful year with a good finish stayed on course as he was tied seventh along with some classy company at the Thailand Golf Championships here on Saturday.

Jeev second, Randhawa, Ghei start well in Malaysian Open golf

It was an excellent day for India`s seasoned professionals as three of them ended the first day inside top-10 in the star-studded USD 2.5 million Malaysian Open sanctioned by the Asian Tour and European Tour.

A cast of stars is missing from PGA Tour opener

The list of who`s not at the season-opening Tournament of Champions reads more like a "Who`s Who." Missing are three of the four major champions — Charl Schwartzel, Darren Clarke and Rory McIlroy, who at 22 already is on the very short list of golfers capable of moving the needle no matter where they play.

McIlroy`s U.S. Open win electrifies 2011 season

From Charl Schwartzel`s stunning four-birdie finish to win the Masters to Yani Tseng`s 12th victory of the year- 2011 delivered a glut of electrifying performances.