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McIlroy commits to Wentworth

Rory McIlroy has confirmed that he will defend his BMW PGA Championship title at Wentworth in May.

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Home trio bid for Solheim Cup

England, Wales and Scotland have all expressed an interest in hosting the 2019 Solheim Cup, the Ladies European Tour has confirmed.

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Nicklaus backs Love as captain

Jack Nicklaus believes Davis Love III is the right choice as United States captain for next year's Ryder Cup.

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Wie chasing Olympic dream

Michelle Wie admits booking a place at the Olympic Games in Rio in 2016 will be a major focus for her over the next year.

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Honda win delights Harrington

Padraig Harrington believes he has regained his mental strength after ending a seven year winless run on the PGA Tour at the Honda Classic.

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Harrington snatches Honda win

Padraig Harrington overturned a four-shot final day deficit to snatch a dramatic victory at the second play-off hole of a rain-delayed Honda Classic.

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English pair on top at Honda

Ian Poulter and Paul Casey will head into the fifth day of the weather-delayed Honda Classic tied for the lead after a marathon Sunday at Palm Beach Gardens.

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Super Sullivan wins again

Andy Sullivan claimed his second title in Johannesburg in eight weeks and also secured a place at the Open Championship after storming to a two-shot victory at the Joburg Open.

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Open places for English trio

Andy Sullivan, David Howell and Anthony Wall have booked their places at the Open Championship in July following their performances at the Joburg Open.

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Two-shot triumph for Yang

Amy Yang secured the second LPGA Tour title of her career, by posting a final round of 69 to win the Honda-sponsored tournament at Chonburi in Thailand.

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Ko eases to four stroke win

Teenage sensation Lydia Ko continued her remarkable run of form by easing to a four-shot victory at the New Zealand Open in Christchurch.

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Coetsee retains Joburg lead

Wallie Coetsee will take a two-shot lead into the final round of the Joburg Open but just four shots separate the top 15 on the leaderboard.

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