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European Tour 2017 Rookie of the Year Jon Rahm did exactly what you’re supposed to do when you’re the big fish in the pond on Thursday.

Dominate.

Rahm fired a 10-under 62 to take the early lead at the CareerBuilder Challenge in La Quinta, California. He recorded eight birdies and an eagle on the day, getting through the front nine at…

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Tommy Fleetwood clearly isn’t satisfied with his breakout 2017 season.

The young Englishman kicked off the defence of his Race to Dubai title and his crown at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship on Thursday by firing a tournament-best 5-under 66.

“It’s a good golf course to hit 18 greens around,” Fleetwood said. “Just a good ball-striking round and nice to start…

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Sergio Garcia isn’t playing in the biggest tournament this week, but he sure is looking his best.

The 2017 Masters champion fired a 5-under 66 to take a two-stroke lead after the first round of the Singapore Open on Thursday.

Now 38 years old, Garcia had just one bogey on the day, and closed out his round with a birdie on…

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The Europeans couldn’t win very much playing as a team, but when it was every man for himself, they could’t be stopped.

Trailing 6-1/2 to 5-1/2 after two days of competition at the EurAsia Cup in Malaysia, the Europeans won 8 of the first 9 singles matches on Sunday to rally to a 14-10 win over their Asian opponents.

Belgium’s Thomas…

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Chris Paisley put away the field with a final round 66 to take the BMW SA Open Championship in Ekurhuleni, South Africa on Sunday.

Facing down eight-time European Tour winner Branden Grace,  a local favorite Paisley became the third Englishman in four seasons to win the tournament.

“I’m just so happy with how the week went and to get the win,…

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Between the missile that wasn’t and the walkout that was, Patton Kizzrie overcame all the distractions and six extra holes of golf to defeat James Hahn in a playoff to win the Sony Open in Hawaii.

Hahn shot a dazzling 62 on Sunday to force the playoff. Once in the extra session,  the two went toe to toe for the…

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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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