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Chris Paisley is 18 holes away from his first European Tour title.

But can he hold off a hard-charging Branden Grace on the latter’s home turf to do it?

Paisley shot a 70 on Saturday to reach 15-under, good for the lead at the BMW SA Open in Gauteng.

“Being tied for the lead isn’t a position I’ve been in a lot,”…

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Nerves on the golf course took second fiddle to the false news most golfers at the Sony Open woke up to Saturday: A text from the Hawaii Emergency Broadcast System that a ballistic missile was inbound to the islands.

To the average person it might have seemed like an obvious technical glitch. To longtime residents of Oahu, who can still…

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Down 5-1/2 to 3-1/2 points after the morning session at the EurAsia Cup in Malaysia, Team Asia rallied in the afternoon to three straight wins to retain its lead at the international competition.

Asia leads Europe 6-1/2 to 5-1/2 entering Sunday’s competition. The first team to 12-1/2 points wins.  In the afternoon sessions, Asia’s Hideto Tanihara and teenage sensation Phachara…

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Brian Harman is sure liking Hawaii.

The American is in contention for a title for the second straight week, shooting a 63 on Friday to reach 13-under at the midway point of the Sony Open in Hawaii.

He had a 3-stroke lead over Zach Johnson, Chris Kirk, Tom Hoge, John Peterson, and the best name on the PGA Tour – rookie…

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This is the first of a weekly series of golf tidbits that we put together over the course of the week. If you see stories we’re missing, please drop us a line.

Jordan Spieth engaged

World No. 2 Jordan Spieth who has already racked up three Grand Slams in his brief PGA career, has confirmed his engagement to longtime girlfriend Annie…

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Zach Johnson and Chris Kirk each recorded seven birdies to share the lead at the Sony Open in Hawaii on Thursday.

Jordan Spieth made eight birdies, but an ugly quadruple bogey 8 on the 17th put him six strokes behind the co-leaders.

The duo have a 1-stroke lead over Kyle Stanley, Vaughn Taylor, Brian Harman and rookie Taylor Gooch, who easily…

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Chris Paisley and Adrien Saddier, two players ranked outside the top 250 in the world, are tied for the lead at the BMW SA Open after two rounds.

Frenchman Saddier, ranked 264th in the world, fired a tournament-best 63. He recorded six birdies and an eagle to reach 9-under and has yet to record a bogey so far in the…

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A hometown favorite and the defending US Open champion are the co-leaders at the BMW SA Open in Ekurhuleni, South Africa. The 2018 calendar season of the European Tour  kicked off on Thursday.

Brendan Grace and Brooks Koepka are tied for the lead at 7-under after one day. Grace dazzled the crowd with three eagles on the day, while Kopeka…

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The Asian team jumped out to a 3-1/2 to 2-1/2 lead over the European Team at Day One of the Eurasia Cup presented by DRB-HICOM being held at the Glenmarie G&CC in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

In the two-man competition, the Asians won three matchups outright and halved a fourth. Yuta Ideka and Gavin Green defeated Matthew Fitzpatrick and Thomas Pieters…

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If this is the way Dustin Johnson is going to take the 2018 PGA season, the rest of the tour might as well just pack in things for 2019.

Johnson fired a final-round 65 to finish 24-under par, winning the Sentry Tournament of Champions by eight strokes on Sunday.

His 65 was the lowest round of the day and sent him…

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