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Saturday, October 19, 2019


Golf star Olesen to face trial on sexual assault charge

Thorbjorn Olesen will plead not guilty to charges of sexual assault and being drunk on an aircraft.

Koepka surges to three-stroke victory at St Jude Invitational

Brooks Koepka is pleased to win at one of his favourite stops on tour.

Italy’s Pavan edges out Fitzpatrick to claim second European Tour title

Pavan wins his second European Tour title by defeating Matthew Fitzpatrick in a playoff.

Wu enjoys home comforts to lead in China

Enjoying company from family makes Wu feel good which has impacted his game.

Johnson leads McIlroy by four at WGC-Mexico

Johnson built a 16-under par total of 197 at Club de Golf Chapultepec, where McIlroy fired a three-under 68 for 201.

Johnson takes two-shot lead at WGC-Mexico

Johnson's methodical approach at Club de Golf Chapultepec paid dividends as he overhauled first-round leader McIlroy.

Scotland’s Law, France’s Boutier triumph at Vic Open

Wade Ormsby settled for a tie for second with fellow Australian Brad Kennedy.

Ormsby and Kaufman take charge at Vic Open

The pioneering tournament is the only one in the world with male and female fields, playing in alternate groups on the same course and for equal prize money.

Eagle flurry sends China’s Li joint top in Saudi Arabia

It was the first time since the European Tour started keeping records in 1999 that a player made three birdies on a par-4 hole.

Garcia disqualified in Saudi Arabia for damaging greens

Garcia thus became the first player on the European Tour to be disqualified under Rule 1.2a, which deals with player conduct.

Daly, 52, turns back clock to share Czech Masters lead

For the American veteran, playing on a sponsors invite, it was his best round on the European Tour since the final round of the 2009 Hong Kong Open.

Woods caps rough Bridgestone weekend with 73

It was Woods' worst weekend on Firestone's South Course since a 75-77 finish in 2010.

Fleetwood, Thomas join Poulter atop Bridgestone leaderboard

The trio made the most of perfect morning scoring conditions, finishing the second round on 11-under 129.

Poulter leads Bridgestone with 62, Woods four back

Poulter had eight birdies without a bogey to hold a one-stroke lead over Americans Kyle Stanley and Rickie Fowler.

DeChambeau maintains lead as Reed charges into contention

World number 23 DeChambeau looked in danger of slipping off the top of the leaderboard after a slow start, but a run of four birdies in his final seven holes saw him sign for a four-under-par 68 and a 10-under total.

Late charge gives world no. 322 Dantorp Scottish Open lead

World number 322 Dantorp, who has not even managed a top-10 finish this season, poured in a birdie putt on the 18th late in the day to sign for a two-under-par 68 and reach 13-under par for the tournament.

Dredge leads French Open at Ryder Cup venue

The 44-year-old Dredge, who won the last of his two European Tour titles back in 2006 at the European Masters, carded a four-under par 67 on a day when only 14 players broke par for the first round.

Olesen beats Molinari by one shot to win Italian Open thriller

The 28-year-old Dane, one stroke behind Slattery after the third round, finished on a 22-under 262 for his first title since the Turkish Open in November 2016.

Slattery leads two-time winner Molinari in Italian Open

Slattery had led during the second round only to drop three shots in two holes on Friday.