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Sport24 – Golf News | Sport24, South African and international golf news, fixtures, results, standings from competitions around the world, including PGA Tour, European Tour, Sunshine Tour, Masters, US Open, British Open, PGA Championship, Ryder Cup, Presidents Cup, Nedbank Cup, SA Open… | Tiger, McIlroy, Day and Matsuyama to play Japan Skins Game

Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Australian star Jason Day and Japan's Hideki Matsuyama will compete in a Skins Game next month in Japan. | Change of caddie working for Wallace at Wentworth

England's Matt Wallace believes his decision to change caddie is already paying dividends after shooting to the top of the leaderboard at the PGA Championship. | Hoge leads at soggy Sanderson Farms championship

American Tom Hoge has taken a one-shot clubhouse lead in the weather-delayed first round of the PGA Tour's Sanderson Farms Championship. | McIlroy's wife prompted European Tour compromise

Rory McIlroy has revealed how a conversation with his wife prompted a change of heart over his decision to give up his European Tour membership. | Tiger confirmed for Japanese skins challenge

Tiger Woods is expected to go head to head with Rory McIlroy, Jason Day and Hideki Matsuyama in a live competition called The Challenge: Japan Skins. | Teen phenom Bhatia 'ready to get it going' in PGA Tour debut

Akshay Bhatia, the teenage American making his professional debut at the PGA Tour's Sanderson Farms Championship this week, doesn't have far to look for inspiration. | Harrington names Karlsson as vice-captain for 2020 Ryder Cup

Europe captain Padraig Harrington named Robert Karlsson as his first vice-captain for the 2020 Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits. | Ryder Cup winner Olesen in court over sexual assault charge

Danish golfer Thorbjorn Olesen has appeared in court in Britain accused of sexual assault and being drunk on an aircraft. | Strong French contingent set for Mauritius Open

A strong contingent of French professionals have confirmed their presence in this year's Mauritius Open as they edge closer to a first French champion. | Molinari pumped for Wentworth return

Francesco Molinari is hoping to feed off the energy of the crowds this week as the Italian returns to defend his BMW PGA Championship title. | Lowry awarded European Tour Honorary Life Membership

Reigning Open Championship winner Shane Lowry has been awarded Honorary Life Membership of the European Tour. | SA's Myeki, Henriques heading to Whispering Pines

Zethu Myeki wants to keep her form going for the Spirit International, along with other South Africans Symone Henriques, Martin Vorster and Sam Simpson. | Chile's rising star Niemann wins first PGA Tour event

Joaquin Niemann fired a closing round of 64 to capture The Greenbrier by six strokes and become the first Chilean to win on the US PGA Tour. | Garcia holds on to win Dutch Open

Sergio Garcia clinched the 16th European Tour title of his career after holding on for a one-shot victory at the 100th Dutch Open in Amsterdam. | Europe beat USA to regain Solheim Cup

Europe regained the Solheim Cup with a thrilling victory over the United States at Gleneagles. | Chile's Niemann takes 2-shot lead at The Greenbrier

Joaquin Niemann has a two-shot lead at The Greenbrier, where the 20-year-old Chilean is chasing his first PGA Tour title. | Woods blog sparks speculation he'll play in Presidents Cup

Speculation swirled that Tiger Woods will choose himself to play in the Presidents Cup as captain of the US team thanks to a sign-off on a blog. | Chappell fires rare 59 in return to PGA Tour

Kevin Chappell made a scintillating return to the PGA Tour, joining one of golf's most exclusive clubs in the second round of The Greenbrier. | Jamieson leads Dutch Open as Garcia moves into contention

Scotland's Scott Jamieson claimed a two-shot lead at the halfway stage of the Dutch Open in Amsterdam. | Europe take slender Solheim Cup lead as USA fight back

Europe edged the opening day of the Solheim Cup at Gleneagles to take a lead, but USA captain Juli Inkster was relieved to snatch two halves.

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