Justin Leonard


Newlywed Adam Scott keeps his chase for world No.1 alive

Ben Everill Adam Scott produced a 10-shot turnaround to make the cut on the number and keep his chase for world No.1 alive and then dropped a wedding bombshell at the US PGA Players Championship.


Ben Crane wins St. Jude Classic by one stroke

Ben Crane hits from the sand onto the 18th green.

Ben Crane has won an PGA Tour event without a birdie in the final round as he limped to a one-stroke victory at the FedEx St. Jude Classic.


Kuchar, English lead Florida Shootout

Matt Kuchar and Harris English combined on Saturday to fire a 12-under-par 60 and move in front by four strokes entering the final round of the Franklin Templeton Shootout.


Moore equals Las Vegas course record

Ryan Moore.

American Ryan Moore equals course record and his career best with a 10-under 61 in the first round of the PGA tournament in Las Vegas.


The loan tamer of Muirfield

Phil Mickelson.

Greg Baum In the end, moral, sentimental and patriotic forces were overmatched by the golfing force of Phil Mickelson.

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Ogilvy in control in Hawaii

Andrew Both No golfer will ever admit to having an unassailable lead, but Geoff Ogilvy sounded extremely confident after taking command of the Mercedes-Benz Championship.

US golfers to end losses at PGA opening

American golfers will try to snap a seven-year losing streak at the opening event of the US PGA Tour season when the Mercedes-Benz Championship begins.

Sabbatini seizes the lead at Texas Open

South Africa's Rory Sabbatini fired a seven-under-par 63 to capture the third-round lead in the US PGA Tour's $US4.5 million ($A6.58 million) Texas Open.

Golfer Green takes lead in Texas Open

Australian golfer Nathan Green found form with his putter to post an opening eight-under 62 to take two-stroke lead in the Texas Open.

Allenby rues another title that got away

Robert Allenby says he'll need several weeks to regroup after poor putting cost him a golden chance to end his seven-year title drought on the US PGA Tour.

USA lead 9-7 into final day at Ryder Cup

Allan Kelly The United States earned its first lead going to the final day of the Ryder Cup since 1995 by holding off Europe's comeback on a gripping Saturday.

US take Ryder Cup by storm, Europe wilts

Azinger's tactics of playing all 12 of his men on the opening day of the Ryder Cup paid handsome dividends as the United States grabbed the lead over Europe.

Vijay Singh wins PGA for record fourth

John Nicholson Vijay Singh has edged Sergio Garcia on the second playoff hole on Sunday to claim the PGA event for a record fourth time.

Parry to lead out field at The Open

Australia's Craig Parry will lead out the 137th edition of The Open Championship after being drawn in the first group for the tournament at Royal Birkdale.

Allenby confident ahead of US Open

Andrew Both Robert Allenby, fresh from his play-off loss in Memphis, says he is playing well enough to go one better in the US Open on Sunday.

Appleby in hunt in US Open warm up

Stuart Appleby was tied for fourth after the first round of the US PGA Tour's St Jude Classic in Memphis.

Pampling qualifies direct for US Open

Australian golfer Rod Pampling has qualified for the US Open, a small consolation for his last-hole loss to Phil Mickelson at Colonial.

Love back on top at Harbour Town

Pete Iacobelli Davis Love III shot a five-under 66 on Thursday for a share of the first-round lead in the Verizon Heritage with Justin Leonard and Lucas Glover.

Augusta consolation for Lonard

Peter Lonard's anguish at losing the New Orleans Classic will be eased by confirmation that he has made it into the US Masters.

Woods books Match Play final with Cink

By Andrew Both Tiger Woods, unbeaten in 2008, is poised to preserve his perfect record after advancing to the final at the Accenture Match Play Championship.