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US Open course revamp will suit Aussies: Robert Allenby

Veteran Robert Allenby believes the major renovation at Pinehurst No.2 should benefit the big Australian contingent at the US Open.


Eagle-eyed Lowry wins in Portugal

Vilamoura, Portugal A spectacular 11th hole eagle helped Ireland's Shane Lowry clinch the Portugal Masters on Sunday by one shot from Ross Fisher.

Campbell cautions Ko on pro status


Simon Plumb MICHAEL CAMPBELL is encouraging Kiwi golf sensation Lydia Ko to resist growing calls to turn professional at just 15.

Caddie to stars thinks Ko is ready to go pro

Ben Everill LOS ANGELES: Steve Williams has seen plenty on the golf course but says he is almost lost for words when it comes to fellow Kiwi Lydia Ko's achievements.

Schwartzel sizzles early at Malaysian Open

Charl Schwartzel.

South Africans Charl Schwartzel and Louis Oosthuizen worked out their US Masters frustrations and shrugged off a gruelling travel schedule as they made a sizzling start to the Malaysian Open on...

Campbell out of Australian Open golf

New Zealander Michael Campbell has withdrawn from next week's 2008 Australian Open at Royal Sydney due to injury.

Campbell upbeat on Australian Open start

Injured New Zealand golfer Michael Campbell still hopes to tee it up in next week's Australian Open.

Monty, Wilson hot in Hong Kong

Talek Harris Scotland's Colin Montgomerie shrugged off one of the worst slumps of his career at the UBS Hong Kong Open.

John Daly to play in Australian Masters

Robert Grant Wayward golfer John Daly, whose once promising career has degenerated into a sideshow, will play in the Australian Masters at Huntingdale next week.

Ogilvy feels pressure of home crowds

He has won a major and kept a storming Tiger Woods at bay but Geoff Ogilvy says the pressure of playing in Australia still gets to him.

Spaniard pips Westwood at Masters

Lee Westwood has surrendered the British Masters title to Spain's Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano at the third hole of a play-off at The Belfry.

Fraser sharing lead in British Masters

Brian Creighton Australian Marcus Fraser and Swede Mikael Lundberg hold the first-round lead at 5-under 67 at the British Masters at The Belfry.

Swede Karlsson wins Mercedes Champ

Robert Karlsson has shot a 1-under 71 to win the Mercedes Benz Championship by two strokes, putting an end to his two-year run without a victory.

Lee wins US Amateur, supplants Tiger

Joedy McCreary New Zealand golfer Danny Lee became the US Amateur's youngest champion, supplanting Tiger Woods by holding off Drew Kittleson 5 and 4 on Sunday.

McGinley shoots 66 to set halfway record

Brian Creighton Paul McGinley finished birdie-eagle for a 6-under 66 on Friday and set a record halfway total to lead by four strokes at the BMW PGA Championship.

Golfing gods getting even with Campbell

By John Coomber Two years ago Michael Campbell was king of the world. Now he is playing like a weekend hacker.

Look out Open, ear comes Allenby

By James Dampney Robert Allenby produced some rare theatrics at the Australian Open, donning bright red earmuffs before putting himself in contention for another Stonehaven Cup.

O'Malley ready to fire in NZ Open

Straight-hitting Australian Peter O'Malley is hoping to capitalise on his strong finish at the Australian Masters in this week's New Zealand Open.

Allenby leads Masters by one shot

By Sam Lienert Robert Allenby and Aaron Baddeley appear set for a weekend duel for the Australian Masters golf title after they opened a gap on the rest of the field.

Upbeat Allenby eyes third Masters title

By Sam Lienert Robert Allenby says the experience of his previous Australian Masters win will hold him in good stead after taking the opening round lead.