ANDY SULLIVAN claimed his second European Tour title in Johannesburg in the space of eight weeks on Sunday, carding a closing 66 to win the Joburg Open.
RUSSELL KNOX prided himself on being comfortable in the uncomfortable conditions on day two of the rain-interrupted Honda Classic at Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.
Scott Henry was sitting on the fringes of the leading 20 heading into the weekend's action at the Joburg Open at Royal Johannesburg & Kensington.
Pamela Pretswell was sitting inside the top-10 after the first round of the Ladies' European Tour's ISPS Handa New Zealand Open in Christchurch.
PHIL MICKELSON has confirmed he will again contest this year's Aberdeen Assert Management Scottish Open at Gullane.
Scott Henry burst out of the blocks on an opening day of low scoring in the Joburg Open at Royal Johannesburg & Kensington.
The Scottish Ladies' Golfing Association (SLGA) yesterday launched a free programme aimed at encouraging girls to take up the game.
From dictatorship to democracy.
DAVIS LOVE will captain the United States Ryder Cup team at Hazeltine in 2016, the PGA of America has announced.
It's not quite OMG or LOL but amalgamation - or should that be AMALG - seems to be the popular phrase doing the rounds in Scottish golf circles these days.
SOUTH AFRICAN Retief Goosen sits top of the leaderboard for the third consecutive day at the Northern Trust Open.
INDIA'S Anirban Lahiri won his second European Tour title in the space of three weeks on Sunday, just three months after earning his card at the qualifying school.
Course specialists SSP Chawrasia and Siddikur Rahman demonstrated the advantage of local knowledge to set the pace at the halfway stage of the Hero Indian Open.
Tiger Woods' indefinite break from golf will include next week's Honda Classic.
Newly crowned world No.1 Lydia Ko shot a second straight three-under par 70 to grab a share of the halfway lead at the women's Australian Open, the third event on this year's LPGA Tour.