NEWPORT, Wales (AP) — Europe captain Paul McGinley will take the first shot in the 2014 Ryder Cup qualifying process when he goes out in the opening group in the Wales Open at Celtic Manor on Thursday.
By Martyn Herman GULLANE, Scotland, July 20 (Reuters) – Muirfield’s sun-bleached fairways and glass-like greens released their grip slightly on Saturday as the British Open third round began with a sprinkling of sub-par rounds. Most of the early starters were too far back to seriously threaten the leaders who were out later but South Africa’s Richard Sterne and former champion Paul Lawrie took advantage of slightly easier conditions. …
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By winning the BMW PGA Championship, Matteo Manassero sent a message: European golf has a new superstar — and he's just 20, writes Paul Mahoney. And Europe's aging star, Lee Westwood, will search for answers after an erratic final round.
New Florida resident Lee Westwood is finding success in the European Tour's flagship event, the BMW PGA Championship, while Sergio Garcia continues to play well with warm crowd support after his controversial start to the week, writes Paul Mahoney.
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Marquee players Rory McIlroy, Graeme McDowell, Luke Donald and Ian Poulter all miss the cut at the BMW PGA Championship at freezing Wentworth, while Lee Westwood looks sharp with an improved short game, writes Paul Mahoney.
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With four wins this year including the Players, Tiger Woods is clearly the best player in golf. But how does 2013 Tiger compare to his greatest years? Paul Goydos, runner-up to Sergio Garcia at the 2008 Players, joins our panel to talk Tiger, Sergio and the best feuds in golf.
Scottish Ladies Open Tour: £1k prize at Trump event
The Paul Lawrie Golf Centre Scottish Ladies Open Tour will have a £1,000 first prize for the first time in the next event, the third on the schedule, at Trump International Links, near Aberdeen, on 6 May. There are still four places left for lady …
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Scottish Daily Record
Scots golf ace Paul Lawrie is out to clinch his second major and hopes to …
Scottish Daily Record
Even if the Aberdonian does achieve another legendary week for Scottish golf, though, Lawrie insists Lyle's crown as the greatest would remain intact. He said: “For me, Sandy is the greatest Scottish golfer. When you've got two Majors, three Order of …
Masters: Paul Lawrie inspired by Sandy Lyle win Scotsman
Sandy Lyle's 1988 bunker heroics endure The Augusta Chronicle
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