Rose claims Indonesian Masters title.
Justin Rose claimed the Indonesian Masters title, wining the tournament by eight shots in Jakarta.
Rose runs away with Indonesian Masters title
Justin Rose played 30 holes Sunday in the weather-delayed Indonesian Masters, closing with a final-round 10-under 62 and an 8-stroke victory at Royale Jakarta Golf Club.
Rose holds 1-stroke lead at Indonesian Masters
Justin Rose completed the final two holes of his second round early Saturday for a 3-under 69 and a one-stroke lead at the Indonesian Masters. Brandt Snedeker withdrew with apparent heat exhaustion on Friday on the 11th hole of the second round.
Crosby appointed U.S. captain for Walker Cup
Nathaniel Crosby is returning to Royal Liverpool for the Walker Cup, this time as the U.S. captain.
After three decades of fan intervention, golf wisely changes course
Starting with Craig Stadler in 1987 and extending to Tiger Woods at the 2013 Masters and Lexi Thompson at this year's ANA Inspiration tournament, TV viewers impacted golf by calling in violations from home. In 2018, the witch hunt ends.
Golf fans no longer able to call in violations
Golf fans will no longer be able to call in or email possible rules violations they witness while watching broadcasts of tournaments on television.
Champion Sharma almost didn't play Joburg Open
India's Shubhankhar Sharma is glad he changed his mind and played in the Joburg Open, after overcoming a lengthy weather delay and a Monday finish to win the by three strokes at Randpark Golf Club.
Sharma hangs on at rain-delayed Joburg Open
Shubhankar Sharma held his nerve to sign for a closing 69 and win a first European Tour title at the weather-delayed Joburg Open.
Angel Yin wins Omega Dubai Ladies Classic
Angel Yin won the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic in a playoff Sunday for her first victory on a major tour.
Stricker, O'Hair tandem win QBE Shootout
Steve Stricker provided the pep talk and Sean O'Hair delivered the shot to secure victory Sunday in the QBE Shootout.
Storms send Joburg Open into fifth day
Shubhankar Sharma will have to wait until Monday to try to seal his first European Tour win after storms in South Africa sent the Joburg Open into a fifth day.
QBE: McDowell-Lowry tied with Stricker-O'Hair
Graeme McDowell and Shane Lowry shot an 8-under 64 in modified alternate shot and shared the lead Saturday with Steve Stricker and Sean O'Hair going into the final round of the QBE Shootout.
Sharma's 65 puts him in five-shot lead at Joburg Open
Shubhankar Sharma fired a brilliant bogey-free 65 to open up a five-shot lead heading into the final round of the Joburg Open at Randpark Golf Club.
English Ryder Cup player Horton dies at 76
Tommy Horton, the Englishman who played in two Ryder Cups and won four times on the European Tour, died Thursday. He was 76.
Stricker, O'Hair take lead with 57 in Shootout
Steve Stricker and Sean O'Hair shot a 15-under 57 in scramble play Friday to take the first-round lead in the QBE Shootout.
McIlroy to play 7 events in lead-up to Masters
Rory McIlroy has announced a seven-event run in early 2018 that includes two European Tour events in the Middle East followed by five on the PGA Tour, in an attempt to be fully ready for the Masters in April.
Pulkkanen holds slender lead in Joburg Open
Tapio Pulkkanen carded a bogey-free 64 to take a one-shot lead into the weekend at the Joburg Open.
Davidse edges to early lead at Joburg Open
Keenan Davidse shot an impressive 8-under opening round of 63 to move a shot clear of the chasing pack at the Johannesburg Open.
S. Garcia is European Tour's golfer of the year
Sergio Garcia has been voted the European Tour's golfer of the year after claiming his first major title at the Masters and winning two more events in 2017.
Freak injury forces Oosthuizen from Euro event
Louis Oosthuizen was forced to withdraw from the European Tour's Joburg Open after injuring two fingers on his left hand between two airport luggage trolleys.
Golfer Hoffmann reveals he has MD, to still play
Golfer Morgan Hoffmann says he will continue to chase his dream of winning a PGA Tour title despite being diagnosed with muscular dystrophy.
Hurricane doesn't stop Torres from reaching LPGA dream
After surviving Hurricane Maria, Florida All-American Maria Torres stayed focused and returned to the U.S. with one thought in mind: to earn her LPGA Tour card. This past weekend in Florida, she became the first Puerto Rican woman to achieve that goal.
Melbourne to host World Cup of Golf in 2018
Melbourne will host golf's World Cup for the third-straight time, with the nation-based tournament to be held at the Metropolitan Golf Club in November 2018.
Fowler rallies with 61 to win World Challenge
Rickie Fowler came from 7 shots behind going into the final round to win the Hero World Challenge by 4 strokes on Sunday.
The latest version of Tiger Woods might be the greatest
The 41-year-old golfing icon is different in this latest comeback, and the remarkable transformation isn't about his game.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic gives his thoughts on Man United's new signings, his relationship with Lukaku and Pogba, and more.
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