Trevor Immelman

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John Senden climbs Masters leaderboard with birdie blitz

John Senden

Adam Scott and John Senden are well placed to keep the green jacket in Australian hands halfway through the Masters at Augusta National.

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Phil Mickelson shrugs off injury concern before Masters

Phil Mickelson carded an impressive four-under-par 68 in the opening round of the Houston Open.

Phil Mickelson dispelled any lingering doubts about his health ahead of the Masters when he carded an impressive four-under-par 68 in the opening round of the Houston Open on Thursday.

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It's Open season on claret jug

Come on: Adam Scott overcame disappointment in last year's British Open to win the US Masters.

Doug Ferguson Who will win this year's British Open is anyone's guess.

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Leishman, Garcia share lead at US Masters

Mark Leishman.

Australia's Marc Leishman and Sergio Garcia of Spain shared the lead at the 77th Masters on Thursday after both shot six-under 66s in the first round at Augusta National.

Fourteen-year-old schoolboy shoots 73 at Masters

Guan Tianlang.

Chinese 14-year-old schoolboy Guan Tianlang fired a one-over par 73 in a historic Masters debut on Thursday, making himself the low amateur player in the field at Augusta National.

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Leishman in good health, and the lead

Spot on: Marc Leishman tees off during the first round of the Masters.

Ben Everill, Augusta Marc Leishman tied in front with Spanish star Sergio Garcia at Augusta.

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Leishman masters the art of recovery

Marc Leishman

Ben Everill AUGUSTA: If bookies had seen Marc Leishman on the first tee at Augusta National, they would have offered even bigger odds about him sharing the Masters lead after the opening round.

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Live: US Masters golf

Adam Scott.

Stephen Samuelson Live coverage of the final round of the US Masters.

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'Wounded' Day leads Australian tilt at Masters title

MIAMI, FL - MARCH 06: Jason Day of Australia plays a shot during a photo shoot after a practice round prior to the start of the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship on the TPC Blue Monster at Doral Golf Resort And Spa on March 6, 2012 in Miami, Florida.   Scott Halleran/Getty Images/AFP

Ben Everill An injury scare for spearhead Jason Day was the last thing Australian golf needed on the eve of the 76th Masters.

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Bubba Watson's 'miracle' wins US Masters

Bubba

Martin Blake The idiosynchratic American left-hander conjures a miracle shot at the second playoff hole to beat South Africa’s Louis Oosthuizen and win the US Masters at Augusta National today.

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Masters wonder shot slowed me: Oosthuizen

Louis Oosthuizen believes the wonder shot he played for a rare albatross on the second hole in the final round of the Masters may have held him back.

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.

Sterne wins play-off to capture SA Open

James Whitmore South Africa's Richard Sterne has moved into the world top 50 after capturing the South African Open title at Pearl Valley Golf Estates in the western Cape.

Aiken takes lead at Alfred Dunhill

Keith McDonald South African golfer Thomas Aiken eagled the last hole for a course-record 61 and a one-stroke lead ahead of the final round of the Alfred Dunhill Championship.

Scott one shot off the pace in Shanghai

Australian Adam Scott shot a six-under 66 to be one shot off the pace after the first day of the co-sanctioned European and Asian tour tournament.

Furyk wins PGA Grand Slam title

American Jim Furyk eagled the first playoff hole on Wednesday to defeat Ireland's Padraig Harrington and win the 26th PGA Grand Slam of Golf.

Harrington, Furyk lead PGA Grand Slam

Padraig Harrington and Jim Furyk both posted two-under 68s to share the lead in the first round of the PGA Grand Slam of Golf.

Harrington improves swing in majors

Josh Ball For double major winner Padraig Harrington, the most exclusive golf tournament of the year is also one of the most relaxing.

Eagle for Appleby saves round

Andrew Both A late eagle helped Stuart Appleby salvage a respectable score from a potential wreck in the opening round at the Tour Championship.

Goggin, Scott fire in Texas

Andrew Both Australians Mathew Goggin and Adam Scott mastered extremely difficult conditions to start strong in the first round at the Byron Nelson Championship in Dallas.