PGA Tour

Rafa beat Djokovic earlier in the week

Djokovic made the stronger start as Nadal struggled to get his first serves in early on, the Spaniard coughing up two break points in the opening game that his opponent squandered. Inevitably, Nadal pounced a few...

Jason Day not distracted by rankings race

Jason Day believes focusing on winning rather than protecting his number one ranking is the key to him retaining his status as the world's best player this week. The Australian has been at the top of...

Tiger Woods admits soreness will never go away

Former world number one Tiger Woods has conceded the injuries problems that have plagued his career mean he will always be "a little bit sore". The 14-time major champion was forced to abort his...

Danny Willett attempting to find right balance

Masters champion Danny Willett says he is making a conscious attempt to balance expectation levels this season. The Englishman took advantage of Jordan Spieth's capitulation last April to become a...

Byeong-Hun An on course for glory in Scottsdale

Byeong-Hun An will take a one-shot lead into the final round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open as he aims to secure his first PGA Tour title. The South Korean, who began the day level at the top...

Tiger Woods struggling again in Dubai

Former world number one Tiger Woods is staring at another missed cut after a five-over-par opening round at the Dubai Desert Classic. Woods is making only his third competitive start since having 16...

Familiar setting inspires Henrik Stenson

Henrik Stenson is hoping to make the most of familiar surroundings when he tees it up at this week's Dubai Desert Classic. The Swede won the event back in 2007, while he has also twice claimed the DP...

Spaniard John Rahm ready to kick on after maiden PGA Tour win

Spaniard John Rahm admits he cannot wait to kick on in 2017 after he claimed his maiden PGA Tour title at just the 12th attempt. Rahm became the youngest ever winner of the Farmers Insurance Open on...

Augusta tops Tiger Woods agenda after missed cut

Tiger Woods felt there were plenty positives to take away despite missing the cut in first full PGA Tour event in 18 months. Woods admitted he was disappointed not to be playing the weekend in the...

Hudson Swafford claims maiden success

Hudson Swafford secured his first ever victory on the PGA Tour with a one-stroke triumph at the CareerBuilder Challenge on Sunday. The American went into his final round two strokes off the pace and...

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