Mystery men lead record assault at Canadian Open

American Brent Delahoussaye led an unlikely record-smashing assault at the first round of the Canadian Open on Thursday, carding an eight-under 62 to sit atop a leaderboard loaded with unfamiliar faces.

Is golf giving up on Tiger Woods?

Tiger Woods is in grave danger of becoming just another golfer, and he realizes it.

Tiger Woods drops F-bombs on live TV

Controversial golf champion, Tiger Woods has grabbed the world’s attention yet again by using a series of F-bombs on live television during the British Open Golf Championship in Scotland this weekend.

Good Friday? No, it was a very bad Friday for McIlroy

Rory McIlroy was left to reflect on a case of what might have been after a rousing five-birdie 68 in the final round on Sunday and a share of third place at the British Open.

Oosthuizen starts defence of massive lead

Louis Oosthuizen’s overnight five-shot lead was there to be shot at on Saturday as sunny, breezy conditions saw the red, below par-numbers pile up on the British Open scoreboards in Saturday’s third round.

Erratic Jeev slips in Rd3 of Scottish Open

A late slump marred Jeev Milkha Singh’s card as he turned in a three-over 74 to slip 15 places to tied 58th after the third round of the Barclays Scottish Open here.

Creamer leads by three after Oakmont marathon

American Paula Creamer pulled away from the pack on a marathon Saturday at Oakmont to take a three-shot lead in the third round of the U.S. Women’s Open when play was halted due to failing light.

Anirban Lahiri coasts to six-stroke win

Continuing with his red-hot form, Anirban Lahiri fired a five-under 67 in the final round to clinch the Aircel PGTI Players Championship by a comfortable six-stroke margin here on Friday.

Mickelson seeks coach’s advice after poor Colonial start

Phil Mickelson swiftly turned to his swing coach Butch Harmon for direction after squandering a promising start at the Colonial Invitational on Thursday.

Lahiri clinches third pro title

With a spectacular start-to-finish run, Anirban Lahiri clinched the Rs 30 lakh prize money Aircel-PGTI Players Championship at the Aamby Valley Golf Course near Lonavla on Friday.

Bhullar misses cut in maiden Japan Tour event

Gaganjeet Bhullar’s maiden Japan Tour campaign ended in agony with the Indian golfer missing the cut in the Japan PGA Championship after a horrendous second round here on Friday.

Lightning storm disrupts New Orleans PGA event

A lightning storm and heavy rain forced the suspension of play in the second round of the New Orleans Classic in Avondale, Louisiana on Friday.

Ashok Kumar to defend SRF Matchplay title

Defending champion Ashok Kumar and
leading professionals like Mukesh Kumar, Gaurav Ghei and Arjun
Singh will tee off in the Rs 25 lakh SRF All India
Professional Golf Matchplay Championship, beginning here
tomorrow.

Schoolboy, 14, qualifies for China Open

Chinese teenager Zhang Jin successfully battled the Beijing winds to top northern qualifying for the 2.6 million dollars China Open by a stunning eight shots.

Chowrasia slips to tied 50th after round 3 in Morocco

SSP Chowrasia’s slide continued as the Indian brought home his worst card of the week, a one-over 74 to lie tied 41 after the third round of the Trophee Hassan II golf tournament here.

Police kept Elin from Tiger`s ambulance in violence fear

Police kept the wife
of Tiger Woods from riding in an ambulance with the injured
golf star after his November crash over concerns of domestic
violence, records released today showed.

Gangjee tied 10th after Rd3 of Malaysian Open

Rahil Gangjee rode on a blemishfree front-nine – studded with four birdies and an eagle – to turn in the day’s best card of six-under 66 after the penultimate round of the Maybank Malaysian Open.

Woods to apologize, discuss future on Friday

Tiger Woods, who took an indefinite break from the game in Dec, will make a public statement on Friday.

Australian Dodt wins Avantha Masters by one shot

Australian Andrew Dodt sank a birdie on the final hole to clinch his first European Tour victory by a stroke at the Avantha Masters Sunday.

Gangjee finished tied 14th after see-saw final round

Rahil Gangjee’s fairytale story in Avantha Masters came unstuck over the last five holes and the nervy Indian golfer finished a lowly tied 14th in the USD 2.1 million tri-sanctioned event here today.