US Takes A 5-3 Lead Against European Team In The Ryder Cup 2012 Opening

The American pairs of Phil Mickelson-Keegan Bradley and Bubba Watson-Webb Simpson took three of the four points on offer after lunch to open up a commanding advantage.

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Tiger Woods Trails Opening Round Leader Michael Thompson By Three Shots At The US Open

Three time US Open Champion Tiger Woods carded a one under 69 trailing Michael Thompson by three shots who fired a four under 66 in the opening round of the US Open.

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Luke Donald Needs To Finish In The Top Seven At Zurich Classic, To Regain World No. One Ranking

World no. 2 Luke Donald needs to finish in the top seven at Zurich Classic to move back above Rory McIlroy and take the top ranking.

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Bubba Watson Wins The U.S. Masters At Augusta In A Play-Off

American Bubba Watson stopped Louis Oosthuizen from becoming the third South African to wear a green jacket in the last five years by defeating him in a play off to clinch the 76th U.S. Masters title at Augusta.

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Peter Hanson Carded A 65, Leads The Third Round Of The Masters At Augusta

Peter Hanson of Sweden fired a 65 nine under to take a one shot lead over his closest rival at this time Phil Mickelson who fired a 66 eight under, in the third round of the Masters at Augusta.

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Fred Couples Shares Lead With Jason Dufner In The Second Round At Augusta

Golf veteran Fred Couples who shot a 67 for the day shares the top spot with fellow American Jason Dufner on five under in the second round at Augusta.

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Tiger Woods Wins the Chevron World Challenge After A Two Year Victory Drought

Former world No 1, Tiger Woods made a 69 to finish 10 under par for the tournament, one ahead of Zach Johnson who carded a 71, to win the Chevron World Challenge title.

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