PGA Tour

Charley Hoffman makes late move

American Charley Hoffman managed to birdie his final three holes on Saturday to grab a share of the lead ahead of what could be a tense finish at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Hoffman, 4.00 to win,...

Adam Hadwin wants winning chance

Overnight leader Adam Hadwin is hoping he can maintain his impressive form at the Valspar Championship and clinch a maiden victory on the PGA Tour. Hadwin, who is a two-time winner on the Web.com...

Rafa Cabrera-Bello raring to go in India

Rafa Cabrera-Bello admits he is excited to get going and what he believes will be a very competitive week at the Hero Indian Open. The Spaniard is aiming for his first European Tour win since the...

Paul Casey: Dustin Johnson on top mentally

Paul Casey believes world number one Dustin Johnson is ahead of his peers right now owing to his mental toughness as much as his golfing ability. Johnson prevailed at the World Golf Championship in...

Justin Thomas ready for final-day battle

American Justin Thomas will take a one-shot lead into the final round of the WGC-Mexico Championship after a hole-in-one helped him during his third round on Saturday. Thomas, 3.40 to win the event,...

Rickie Fowler charges clear in Florida

Rickie Fowler produced a superb round of 65 to give himself a four-shot lead going into the final round of the Honda Classic on Sunday. Fowler, the 1.36 favourite to win the title, looks set to win...

New world number one Dustin Johnson feels ‘great’

Dustin Johnson became world number one for the first time in his career and insisted he feels like he is 'a great player'. The big-hitting American won the Genesis Open at Riviera Country Club on...

Dustin Johnson aiming high in California

American Dustin Johnson has one eye on the world number one spot but he insists his focus is on getting the job done at the Genesis Open this weekend. Johnson, 2.05 to win the event, birdied three...

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...

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...