Wednesday Dec 4
Els to headline Volvo Champions
Four-time Major winner Ernie Els will headline a star-studded field at the 2014 Volvo Golf Champions at the Durban Country Club from January 9 to 12. Els will be in search of his first Volvo Golf Champions title, having lost out in the past two years to his talented young countrymen Branden Grace in 2012 and this year's winner Louis Oosthuizen, who ... (more)
Great Dane to rediscover his best
It's an event which takes place for the 56th year on a suitably old-fashioned golf course, and it's perhaps no surprise then that last year's winner became the oldest in European Tour history.
Martin Dempster: Young Scots are lagging behind
RYAN Gauld, the mercurial Dundee United teenager, has fairly set tongues wagging in Scottish football circles.
World Cup of Golf
NOVEMBER 21: Stuart Manley of Wales lines up a putt during day one of the World Cup of Golf at Royal Melbourne Golf Course on November 21, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia.
MELBOURNE: In-form world No.2 Adam Scott has made a steady but unspectacular start in his bid to help Australia claim golf's World Cup at Royal Melbourne.
Northern Michigan News
Have driver, will travel: Peter Uihlein's path
The road less traveled brought Peter Uihlein back to a familiar place. He was home in South Florida, finally, after a remarkable golf season that took some unexpected turns while covering six tours in 18 countries, three U.S. states and Puerto Rico.
The New Zealand Herald
Scott, Kuchar in same group at World Cup
Adam Scott and American Matt Kuchar will play in the same threesome for the first two rounds of the World Cup at Royal Melbourne.
Derek Lawrenson: Why aren't England's best chasing the World Cup?
It used to be the Americans who sent embarrassingly weakened teams to the game's World Cup, as the organisers trawled deep into the rankings to find two players willing to represent the Stars and Stripes.
Henrik Stenson wins praise for winning Race to Dubai and DP World Championships
With one final majestic flourish, the imperious Henrik Stenson struck a three-wood 260 yards on to the par-five 18th green and listened to the acclaim of the rapt crowd as the ball came to rest just eight inches from the hole.