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Europe · Évian-Les-Bains
Canada's Brooke Henderson wins Evian Championship
Brooke Henderson rolls in an 8-foot birdie putt at the 18th hole to win the Evian Championship by one stroke on Sunday after a wild final round. The Canadian was soaked in champagne after her even-par round of 71 that saw her finish ahead of LPGA rookie Sophia Schubert on 17-under 267.See the Story
38% Center coverage: 37 sources
US & Canada · Washington
LIV Golf: Bubba Watson is latest major winner to join Saudi-backed series
Two-time Masters winner Bubba Watson confirms move to the controversial LIV Golf Series. The former world No. 2 has been sidelined since May with a meniscus injury in his right knee. Watson said he won't actually play on the fledgling circuit until he feels he is 100% recovered.See the Story
65% Center coverage: 14 sources
Adam Scott says LIV Golf not 'pure evil' for the game
Adam Scott says Greg Norman's association with LIV Golf hasn't strained his relationship with his long-time mentor. Scott says he doesn't see the new tour as "pure evil" for the sport. Scott also says his friendships with fellow Australian stars Cameron Smith and Marc Leishman haven't changed since their defection.See the Story
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Luke Donald set to be named as Henrik Stenson's replacement as Team Europe's Ryder Cup captain
Luke Donald is set to be named as Europe's Ryder Cup captain, replacing Henrik Stenson. The former world No. 1 was reported to be the second choice to Stenson, and James Corrigan of the Telegraph claims he has been given the nod. Donald is a veteran of four Ryder Cups, securing victory on each occasion.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 6 sources
Clarke holds off Harrington surge to win Senior Open
Darren Clarke holed a 72nd hole birdie to win the Senior Open and avoid a play-off against his old Ryder Cup team-mate Padraig Harrington at Gleneagles.See the Story
50% Center coverage: 4 sources
Bangkok · Bangkok
'Holy ground': As LIV Golf heads to new course in Bangkok, one player compares it to Augusta
LIV Golf players are set to earn world ranking points this week in Bangkok. A new strategic alliance with the MENA Tour could see LIV players earn the OWGR points they desperately crave to enable them to play their way into the majors from 2023. The 54-hole no-cut shotgun events still fall some way short of the criteria for issuing ranking points but LIV seem to have found a loophole.See the Story
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Meadow thrilled to take pressure off after strong opening round at LPGA Mediheal - Irish Golfer
"I think getting off to good start always helps. Takes pressure off, and you also want to keep trucking along and do your thing," said Meadow.See the Story
Hogarty makes most of rare Challenge Tour start as Tiley and Forsstrom lead - Irish Golfer
Tyler Hogarty sits just a shot off the lead after the opening round of the British Challenge. The 30-year-old hasn't made an appearance on the second-tier tour since last year. Steven Tiley and Simon Forsstr�m set the early pace with a pair of five-under 67.See the Story
Hurley maintains promotion push and shares 2nd with Yates after fast finish - Irish Golfer
Gary Hurley and Jonathan Yates share second place in Alps Tour Grand Final. Austrian Lukas Lipold leads on six-under after a 66. Mallow man James Sugrue is the third Irishman in the field. The 2019 Amateur champion is two-over after an opening 74.See the Story
Irish Golfer Events Nature Valley Order of Merit following The Heritage - Irish Golfer
This Sunday October 9th at Powerscourt West is the final event of the Irish Golfer series for 2022. You now only have one chance left to qualify automatically or influence your place on the Nature Valley OoMSee the Story