Danny Willett admits ‘despising golf’ at times during his own version of Groundhog Day

Former Masters champion Willett and current green jacket holder Patrick Reed share the lead on 14 under par in Dubai.

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Rory McIlroy ‘pleased’ at World Tour Championship turnaround

A day after being fined for slow play, England’s Matt Wallace set the pace at the halfway stage of the DP World Tour Championship, where the battle for the ...

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Matt Wallace shrugs off slow-play fine to set pace in Dubai

The Englishman added a flawless 65 to his opening 68 at Jumeirah Golf Estates

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Rory McIlroy shrugs off criticism as he lies one shot off Dubai lead

Rory McIlroy is just one shot off the lead on Day two of the DP Tour Championship in Dubai.

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Molinari still has unfinished business as successful year draws to a close

The Italian has won three individual events and the Ryder Cup with Team Europe in 2018.

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Rory McIlroy’s stateside focus throws Lahinch pledge up in air

July’s Dubai Duty Free Irish Open at Lahinch could be Rory McIlroy’s first European Tour appearance of 2019 after the Northern Irishman yesterday confirmed ...

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Robin Dawson and Irish hopefuls still in hunt at Q-School

Ireland’s trio of contenders remain in the hunt for European Tour cards, with Tramore’s Robin Dawson surviving the cut on the mark after a gutsy finish ...

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McIlroy’s 2019 schedule could see him lose European Tour membership

The Northern Irishman is to focus on American events for the bulk of his year.

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McIlroy’s 2019 schedule could see him lose European Tour membership

The decision would rule him out of being a Ryder Cup captain or vice-captain.

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Sand, sea and sunsets: A history of Enniscrone Golf Club

It was a long time ago when I first visited Enniscrone. I was 13 and I played a links that Eddie Hackett designed in 1970. The course had been here since the 1930s ...

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Gavin Moynihan on track to regain card

Mount Juliet’s Gavin Moynihan remained on course to regain his card as Tramore’s Robin Dawson and Ardglass’ Cormac Sharvin kept their hopes alive ...

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Tearful Lee Westwood ends European Tour drought

An emotional Lee Westwood fought back tears after claiming his first European Tour title since 2014. It was his third victory in the Nedbank Golf Challenge in South ...

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Sergio Garcia continues resurgence with two-shot lead in South Africa

Sergio Garcia continued his remarkable recent run of form as he opened up a two-shot lead heading into the final round of the Nedbank Golf Challenge in South Africa. ...

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Leona Maguire has vision to back 20x20 plan

As talented a golfer as Leona Maguire undoubtedly is, the former world amateur number one acknowledges that sport has also been good to her.

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Leona Maguire focused on Modest ambitions

Leona Maguire has more immediate objectives for her professional career than the cause she is advocating as a 20x20 ambassador.

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Robin Dawson on a high but Gavin Moynihan struggling at European Tour Qualifying School

Tramore’s Robin Dawson is brimming with confidence but Gavin Moynihan faces a race against time to beat a back injury and tee it up in the Final Stage of the ...

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Rory McIlroy still has Race to Dubai 'goal' despite 2m-point deficit

Rory McIlroy has not given up hope of winning a fourth Race to Dubai title despite facing a massive deficit to Open champion Francesco Molinari.

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Killarney Golf Club appeals for end to ‘damaging’ media leaks

The chairman of the beleaguered Management Council of Killarney Golf and Fishing Club, Mike Daly, has announced he will not be chairman in 2019.

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Ireland duo runners-up at Copa Juan Carlos Tailhade

Mallow’s James Sugrue and Tiarnan McLarnon of Massereene finished runners-up behind Argentina in the 47th Copa Juan Carlos Tailhade at Los Lagartos Country ...

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Jewels in Treaty crown on Limerick’s dream 18

Kevin Markham looks at the best that Limerick's golf courses have to offer

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Tramore’s Robin Dawson ready to ‘give it socks’ at Q-School

Tramore’s Robin Dawson promised to “give it socks” at the final stage of the European Tour Qualifying School as he joined former Walker Cup team-mates ...

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Justin Rose returns to world number one spot with win in Turkey

Englishman won after a play-off was required in Antalya.

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Turkey frustration for Paul Dunne and Pádraig Harrington

Ireland’s first round leader Paul Dunne and fellow countryman Pádraig Harrington experienced a topsy turvy second round in the Turkish Airlines Open ...

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Accident scuppers Luke Donnelly's chances of winning European Tour card

Luke Donnelly’s dream of winning his European Tour card was scuppered before the start by a freak accident but West Waterford’s Gary Hurley and Tramore’s ...

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Willett shrugs off Humpty Dumpty comparison as he targets victory in Turkey

The 2016 Masters champion carded a second round of 65 in the Turkish Airlines Open.

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Dunne aiming for consistency

Paul Dunne has not recorded a top-10 finish since April, but put himself in pole position for a second European Tour title thanks to seven birdies in an opening ...

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Rose in contention for more Turkish delight

The 38-year-old is one shot off the lead as he bids to defend his title and move to top spot.

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Pádraig Harrington tiring of waiting game

It’s the worst secret in golf and even Pádraig Harrington, one of the most affable men in golf, is tiring of being asked if he’s going to be the ...

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Fleetwood proud to be in with a chance of winning Race to Dubai

The 27-year-old can close to within 41,000 points of Ryder Cup partner Francesco Molinari.

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Talking turkey: How much does a tour player really earn?

So how much does a PGA Tour Pro actually make per annum? We’re talking about a top 125 in the rankings player here, one who is not just guaranteed to retain ...

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Xander Schauffele wins play-off to claim WGC-HSBC Champions

The American edged out countryman Tony Finau to claim the title.

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Finau takes three-shot lead into final round after Rose falters in Shanghai

The American could land his first European Tour title at the 20th attempt.

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Tony Finau tops leaderboard at WGC-HSBC Champions

The American is three shots ahead of defending champion Justin Rose.

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Seamus Power looking for maiden PGA win after keeping Tour card by skin of his teeth

Seamus Power will look to take advantage of a weakened field as he bids to continue the streak of first-time winners in the Sanderson Farms Championship.

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Justin Rose confident he can retain WGC-HSBC Champions title

Defending champion Justin Rose will look to achieve something only Tiger Woods has managed before in the WGC-HSBC Champions in Shanghai.

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Cormac Flannery hits back in festering Killarney Golf Club conflict

The general manager of Killarney Golf and Fishing Club, Cormac Flannery, has launched a robust defence of his tenure and accused the club’s Management Council ...

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Shane Lowry second and top-10 for Gavin Moynihan as Sergio Garcia retains Valderrama title

Sergio Garcia has continued his love affair with Real Club Valderrama.

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A look at Brooks Koepka’s rollercoaster 2018

The 28-year-old has climbed to the world number one ranking.

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Sergio Garcia revels in the rain at Andalucia

Tournament host Sergio Garcia made an excellent start to his bid for a third-straight victory in the weather-affected Andalucia Masters.

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