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Kiwi golf star Lydia Ko's become the youngest LPGA player to win US$1 million in prize money, by taking out the Marathon Classic in Ohio.
Rory McIlroy is the new world number two after his dramatic British Open victory on Sunday at Royal Liverpool lifted him six places in the rankings.
New Zealand golfer Steven Alker has missed out on his chance to win the latest Web.com Tour event in the United States, losing the first playoff hole ...
For those in the know from his earliest years in Holywood outside Belfast, it was just a matter of time before Rory McIlroy joined the ranks of golfin...
New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko has won her fourth LPGA tour event, coming from behind to win the Marathon Classic in Ohio.
Rickie Fowler said he couldn't be disappointed after a week in which he came within two shots of a f...
New Zealand golfer Steven Alker is leading the latest Web.Com Tour event with a round to go.
Tiger Woods completed his worst ever campaign at the British Open with a final round of 75 to finish...
Rory McIlroy had to battle all the way against Sergio Garcia and Rickie Fowler before bagging his fi...
New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko remains in contention at LPGA's Marathon Classic in Ohio sitting in fifth place.
Tiger Woods rued his mistakes after another uncharacteristic third-round score left him out of the running at the British Open.
Rory McIlroy can do his father proud, and make him much richer, by winning the British Open at Hoylake.
A sensational double eagle finish from Rory McIlroy gave him a six-stroke cushion going into the final round of the British Open.
New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko has moved up to a share of second place at the LPGA's Marathon Classic in Ohio.
Rory McIlroy clamped a stranglehold on the British Open with a second straight round of 66 which left him four strokes clear of the field.
A late rally has left New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko handily placed in a tie for fourth after the opening round of the Marathon Classic in Ohio.
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