D. Johnson moves into contention in Abu Dhabi
Over his jet lag and familiar with the golf course, Dustin Johnson is now a real factor at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.
Kaymer leads in Abu Dhabi as Willett misses cut
New year, same old story for Martin Kaymer, who continues to look good in a quest for his fourth victory at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.
Stenson opens up Abu Dhabi lead.
Open champion Henrik Stenson has a two shot lead at the end of day one of golf's Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.
Who will win the Abu Dhabi Championship?
The four leaders of the championship speak after their opening day efforts.
Is Tiger ready to compete?
Major winners Adam Scott and Ernie Els welcome the return of Tiger Woods to the game of golf after a long lay-off with a back injury.
Fowler disappointed by McIlroy absence.
Rickie Fowler admitted his disappointment that Rory McIlroy will miss the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship due to injury.
Lefty's caddie will test out new knees
Phil Mickelson's return to competitive golf after two sports hernia surgeries also is a new start for his caddie, Jim "Bones" Mackay, who had both knees replaced three months ago.
Stenson makes flying start in Abu Dhabi
European No. 1 Henrik Stenson believes he can win more major titles after starting his 2017 campaign with a stunning opening round in the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.
European Tour makes criteria changes for Ryder Cup.
ESPN.com's Michael Collins shares the four things you need to know about what the European Tour changed for their Ryder Cup team.
Europe to have four wildcards at Ryder Cup.
Europe's Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjorn talked about having four wildcard picks for his team in 2018.
Be wary of knee-jerk reactions to sub-60 scores
In the 20th century, a PGA Tour player shot a sub-60 round only three times. Just because it's happened five times since 2010 doesn't mean we should overreact and call it a problem.
Coachman: Justin Thomas is only getting started.
Jonathan Coachman recalls just a few of many milestones Justin Thomas has reached in his career so far. Michael Collins notes Thomas' three wins in his first five starts, and predicts more big things ahead.
Willett: Last year was career defining.
Masters champion Danny Willett believes last season was career defining despite feeling he ended the year poorly.
Europe revamps Ryder Cup qualifying system
As part of a revamp of its qualifying system, Europe will have four captain's picks on its team for the 2018 Ryder Cup.
Good luck getting under Beef's skin
Andrew "Beef" Johnston fully admits to beard envy (really?), yet there's so much more to the golfer who has captured the fascination of young and old alike the world over.
Justin Thomas stays hot with win at Sony Open.
Justin Thomas finishes seven strokes ahead of Justin Rose to win the Sony Open.
How high should we set the bar for Justin Thomas?
Justin Thomas is making waves after his third tournament win in five starts, but do unrealistic expectations await? And how concerned should we be about Rory? Our experts debate all in Four Ball.
McIlroy to undergo scan Monday for back injury
Rory McIlroy could miss this week's Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship because of a back injury.
Storm holds off McIlroy in play-off drama
Eighty-three days after losing his European Tour card by €100, Graeme Storm pipped Rory McIlroy in a play-off to win the South African Open.
Thomas continues domination at Sony Open.
In the third round of the Sony Open in Honolulu, Justin Thomas shoots a 65 and keeps a seven-shot lead. Meanwhile, Kevin Kisner misses his chance at a 59 by missing an eagle putt on his last hole.
McIlroy three shots off the pace in South Africa
Rory McIlroy will have to overturn a three-shot deficit if he is to get 2017 off to a winning start at the BMW SA Open.
Thomas eagles again for 36-hole PGA Tour mark
Justin Thomas capped off another stellar day in Honolulu with an eagle putt on the par-5 18th, finishing with a 64 and setting the PGA Tour's 36-hole scoring record at 123.
McIlory concerned by back injury.
Rory McIlroy, Graeme Storm and Jaco van Zyl spoke after the second day of the South African Open.
McIlroy plays with hurt back but shoots 68
Rory McIlroy stayed close to the leaders at the SA Open on Friday despite hurting his back.
European Tour founder John Jacobs dies
John Jacobs, who helped found the European Tour and was twice European Ryder Cup captain, has died at the age of 91.
Tyson Fury and David Haye disagreed in their appraisal of Anthony Joshua on Saturday, but what is definite is the Briton will face a much sterner test against Wladimir Klitschko.
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