“Maybe I am a bit harsh with the fact that I look and say, well, everything comes easy to Sergio."full story
Nick Faldo believes players need to brush up on the rules of golf to help avoid the kind of high-profile controversies which have marred recent major championships.
America's Kevin Chappell finally got to grips with the windy conditions at the Valero Texas Open to claim the outright lead on day three as he chases his first PGA Tour victory.
Ian Poulter has lost his PGA Tour card after missing the cut at the Valero Texas Open.
Charley Hoffman will feel right at home defending the Valero Texas Open title in San Antonio as he looks to put his Masters disappointment behind him.
Ireland's Paul Dunne will take a two-shot lead into the final round of the Trophee Hassan II in Rabat as he seeks to win a first European Tour title.
“I feel encouraged if nothing else.”
“There’s certainly an undercurrent, definitely,” said Harrington.
Trophies and medals for these sportspeople would mean the world.
Sergio Garcia's Masters victory proved popular with his contemporaries on Twitter as they revelled in his long-awaited success.
Garcia, 37, ended his long wait for a major championship victory by defeating his friend and European Ryder Cup team-mate Justin Rose in a sudden death play-off.
Rory McIlroy knows he will have to match his best golf around Augusta National on Sunday if he is to finally achieve his ambition of becoming Masters champion.
Rory McIlroy was struggling to bridge the gap between himself and the top of the Masters leaderboard on Saturday as the third round progressed at Augusta National.
World number two Rory McIlroy produced the fast start he was looking for as the third round of the Masters quickly lived up to expectations at Augusta National.
England's Andy Sullivan quickly discovered that Augusta National would be no pushover despite much better conditions for the third round of the Masters.
Danny Willett faced a long wait to present his successor as Masters champion with a green jacket, but was at least well placed to watch a potentially thrilling shootout at Augusta National.
“I’m close enough and I knew anything around even par was going to be decent today.”
At the top of the leaderboard, American William McGirt had followed a bogey on the first with birdies on the second and fourth to reach four under.
“Happy Gilmore played on after being hit by a car…”
Rory McIlroy will not lack for confidence going into Friday's second round, despite his astonishment at Charley Hoffman's Masters-leading, opening-day 65.
Wild winds, a shock withdrawal of the world number one and some equally surprising scores marked the opening round of the 2017 Masters.
Former champion Jordan Spieth suffered more Masters misery with a second quadruple bogey in his last two rounds at Augusta National.
World number one Dustin Johnson has withdrawn from the Masters after injuring his back in a fall on Wednesday.
It is the first Masters since Palmer's death in September and the first without him since 1954, the year before he played in the tournament 50 straight times.
Johnson suffered a back injury in a "serious fall" in his rented accommodation on Wednesday.
Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus continued their role as honorary starters by each hitting a tee shot on the opening hole
The big-hitting American was the pre-tournament favourite before his slip down the stairs.
The food, the rules, the traditions and more.
World number one Dustin Johnson is a serious doubt for the Masters after injuring his back in a "serious fall" today, his agent has said.
In honour of the late Arnold Palmer, the Masters will give each spectator a commemorative "Arnie's Army" badge for tomorrow's first round.
Bad weather forced the traditional pre-Masters par-three contest to be cancelled for the first time ever today.
Dustin Johnson will this week attempt to become the first player to win the Masters as world number one since Tiger Woods achieved the feat in 2002.
Mickelson made the claim after being asked his opinion on the four-shot penalty incurred by Lexi Thompson in last week's ANA Inspiration.
Well, there’s no need to show off...
World number two Rory McIlroy has revealed how the pressure of chasing the career Grand Slam turns him into a "complete p***k" during the Masters.
Rory McIlroy admits he would "think twice" before agreeing to another round of golf with United States President Donald Trump following the backlash he has received.
McIlroy needs to win the Masters to join Nicklaus, Tiger Woods, Gene Sarazen, Ben Hogan and Gary Player in having claimed all four major titles.
A number of players on the PGA Tour are "intentionally loose" in marking their ball, according to three-time Masters champion Phil Mickelson.
World number one Dustin Johnson faces a lengthy wait before beginning his bid for a fourth straight victory and a second major title in this week's Masters.
Lexi Thompson isn’t the first golfer to be thwarted by a television viewer spotting a rules violation.
"Donncha is a phenomenon. He must be one of the most professional rugby players in the world."
Donegal's dynamic duo of Geraldine McLaughlin and Yvonne McMonagle put Galway to the sword in this afternoon’s Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 1 semi-final at Markievicz Park in Sligo – scoring 5-8 between them.
We’re going to need a few scientists to explain this one to us.
He ended up with a bloodied mouth but he wasn’t going to let that get in the way.
Both players are out with cruciate knee-ligament injuries.
“I can’t speak highly enough for what a good coach Rassie is. It’s brilliant that he’s staying around."
First Waterford, then Clare and now Galway, writes Eoghan Cormican.
Ronnie O'Sullivan insisted he was "really not that bothered" about winning the Betfred World Championship for a sixth time after he reached the quarter-finals on Saturday with a 13-7 victory over Shaun Murphy.