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Olympics-bound Anirban Lahiri misses cut at PGA Championships

Olympics-bound Anirban Lahiri misses cut at PGA Championships

Last year the 29-year-old was tied-fifth for the best ever finish by an Indian at any Major.

Graeme McDowell looks to build 2016 momentum at Shootout

Graeme McDowell looks to build 2016 momentum at Shootout

McDowell missed the cut in four of his final six US PGA events last season.

Daniel Brooks bubbling at Scottish Open

Daniel Brooks bubbling at Scottish Open

England`s Daniel Brooks was a surprise halfway-stage leader of the Scottish Open at Gullane on Friday, getting to 11-under par on the back of a second round of 65.

Thongchai Jaidee on the move at French Open

Thongchai Jaidee on the move at French Open

Thai veteran Thongchai Jaidee made a stunning start to the third round of the French Open at Le Golf National on Saturday.

Graeme McDowell aiming for French Open hat-trick

Graeme McDowell aiming for French Open hat-trick

Graeme McDowell will target a rare European Tour hat-trick of title wins in the French Open played at Le National golf course near Versailles from Thursday.

Phil Mickelson tunes up for US Open tilt at St. Jude Classic

Phil Mickelson tunes up for US Open tilt at St. Jude Classic

Five-time major champion Phil Mickelson is among those tuning up this week at the PGA Tour`s St. Jude Classic in anticipation of the US Open next week.

Graeme McDowell inspired by European team mates

Graeme McDowell inspired by European team mates

Graeme McDowell is hoping the exploits of his Ryder Cup team mates will inspire him back onto the winners` podium after a drought of nearly a year without success.

Jordan Spieth fires 62 to trail by two at Hilton Head

Jordan Spieth fires 62 to trail by two at Hilton Head

Jordan Spieth shook off the Masters hangover that hounded him during his opening round by firing a nine-under 62 on Friday to stand two shots off the pace early in the second round of the RBC Heritage in South Carolina.

Anirban Lahiri let down by triple bogey, tied 78th after Round 1

Anirban Lahiri let down by triple bogey, tied 78th after Round 1

 Anirban Lahiri put all that he had learnt at the Masters to good use by getting to the 18th tee in one-under for the round, before running into a back-breaking triple bogey in the first round of the RBC Heritage tournament, here on Friday.

McDowell takes share of Heritage lead

McDowell takes share of Heritage lead

Graeme McDowell and Matt Every posted matching 66s for a share of the lead while Masters champ Jordan Spieth struggled to a 74 in the first round of the PGA Tour`s Heritage event Thursday.

Anirban Lahiri fritters bright start, lies 16th after first round

Anirban Lahiri fritters bright start, lies 16th after first round

Anirban Lahiri frittered away a great start at five-under through 13 holes, before a lapse in concentration saw him drop as many as three shots over next four holes to finish at two-under 70, that still placed him tied 16th after the first day at the USD 3 million Maybank Malaysian Open here on Thursday.

Ryder Cup duo Westwood, McDowell shine in Malaysia

Ryder Cup duo Westwood, McDowell shine in Malaysia

 Former world number one Lee Westwood made a good start to his Malaysian Open title defence on Thursday, sharing the first-round lead with Ryder Cup team mate Graeme McDowell on six-under-par 66.

Lee Westwood feels at home for Malaysian Open defence

Lee Westwood feels at home for Malaysian Open defence

Defending champion Lee Westwood will be shooting for a third Malaysian Open title this week to extend his strong record in Asia, which has come to feel like home for the Englishman.

Anirban Lahiri ready for Malaysian Open

Anirban Lahiri ready for Malaysian Open

 Anirban Lahiri was "scared" when he made his Maybank Malaysian Open debut five years ago but the star Indian golfer tees up at the Asian Tour’s season-opening $3 million showpiece Thursday as one of the top contenders at the Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club's West course.

Rory McIlroy surges ahead in Dubai with flawless 64

Rory McIlroy surges ahead in Dubai with flawless 64

World number one Rory McIlroy stormed into a one-shot lead in the Dubai Desert Classic with a sparkling second-round 64 on Friday.

New putting grip helps Chris Kirk sign off with a 62

New putting grip helps Chris Kirk sign off with a 62

Chris Kirk ended a roller-coaster week at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions in record-equalling style, profiting from a new putting grip as he fired a sizzling 11-under-par 62 in Monday`s final round.

Graeme McDowell, Ian Poulter angry at `ridiculous` pace of play

Graeme McDowell, Ian Poulter angry at `ridiculous` pace of play

Graeme McDowell lashed the snail-like pace of play Saturday at the WGC-HSBC Champions as "ridiculous" after a third round of one-under-par 71 reduced his lead to a single shot.

Anirban Lahiri struggles to 74, slips to tied 34th

Anirban Lahiri struggles to 74, slips to tied 34th

It was once again a struggle for Anirban Lahiri as he laboured to a two-over 74 and slipped to tied 34th, down from overnight 27th, at the WGC-HSBC Champions golf at the Sheshan International Golf Club.

Graeme McDowell hits another 67 to extend WGC lead to three

Graeme McDowell hits another 67 to extend WGC lead to three

Northern Irishman Graeme McDowell continued to revel on a tough course set-up as he extended his lead to three strokes over Ryder Cup team-mate Ian Poulter after the second round of the $8.5 million WGC-HSBC Champions tournament on Friday.

Bubba takes Reed under wing after foul-mouthed outburst

Bubba takes Reed under wing after foul-mouthed outburst

Double Masters champion Bubba Watson revealed he put a comforting arm round American Patrick Reed`s shoulder, before shooting a sparkling second-round 67 Friday at the WGC-HSBC Champions in Shanghai.