Ernie Els of South Africa wins the 2012 British Open by carding a two under par 68 in the final round to clinch the victory as earlier leader Adam Scott of Australia faltered and stunningly bogeyed his final four holes that settled him for second place at five over par 75.
American Jim Furyk (70) is in contention for his second major title after maintaining his lead from second into the third round at the US Open.
American Jason Dufner defeated Ernie Els of South Africa in a sudden death playoff of the Zurich Classic golf tournament in New Orleans.
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.
Former world no. 1 Tiger Woods fired a one-under 71 in the third round and leads Graeme McDowell of Northern Ireland by one with a round to go in the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill.
American veteran golfer Davis Love III fires a 64 with six under par to lead the opening at the PGA Tour Honda Classic.
American golfer Phil Mickelson tied with compatriot Keegan Bradley with both have seven under par 206 after the third round.
Tiger Woods has yet to win a matchplay in the Presidents Cup to prove he was worth a wild card for this week’s tournament.
Rory McIlroy became the youngest major champion since Tiger Woods won his first major at Augusta National in 1997. It can be observed that the last four major champions are all in their 20s.