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Hot putter fires golf's Ormsby into Fiji lead

Wade Ormsby surprised even himself as his putter ran hot on the homeward stretch to take the outright lead after the third round of the Fiji International on Saturday.

Simpson, Armour tied for Wyndham lead

Former US Open winner Webb Simpson fired a six-under 64 on Friday to grab a share of the lead with fellow American Ryan Armour at the halfway stage of the US PGA Tour Wyndham Championship.

Every surges clear at Wyndham

Matt Every surged into an early lead at the Wyndham Championship on Thursday, firing a nine-under-par 61 to launch his bid for only the third win of his career.

Kisner ready to get «back in the fire»

Kevin Kisner will aim to put his PGA major disappointment behind him on Thursday as the final event of the regular season tees off at the Wyndham Championship in North Carolina.

Quail Hollow takes revenge on record-holder McIlroy

Rory McIlroy humbled Quail Hollow on his way to two US PGA victories, setting a course record of 62 then breaking it with a 61, but the course is taking its revenge this week at the PGA Championship.

Open hopes fade for inconsistent McIlroy

Rory McIlroy was left to rue a lack of consistency as he all but kissed goodbye to his chances of winning a second British Open title on Saturday.

McIlroy maintains hope after nightmare start

Rory McIlroy lived to fight another day at the British Open after recovering from a shocking start to his first round at Royal Birkdale on Thursday to shoot a one-over-par 71.

Big names in fight for form coming into British Open

While uncertainty surrounds the form of leading names such as Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy, the British Open begins at Royal Birkdale on Thursday with a plethora of players hopeful of winning the Claret Jug.

Ilonen leads golf in Scotland as McIlroy struggles

Finland's Mikko Ilonen produced his lowest score in two years to set a new tournament course record as Rory McIlroy continued to struggle on day one of the Scottish Open at Dundonald Links on Thursday.

McIlroy hits road on quest for second Claret Jug

Rory McIlroy and his new wife Erica have embarked on a three-week golfing and sightseeing "road trip" hoping to return to Northern Ireland at the end of it with a second Claret Jug.

McIlroy heading home after erratic round of golf

Rory McIlroy was left reflecting on a missed cut at the US Open for the second consecutive year on Friday after once again struggling to get to grips with the Erin Hills layout.

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