Woods slumps back into mediocrity at Greenbrier

Tiger Woods mixed some good shots with a couple of terrible drives as he carded a one-under-par 69 in the second round of the Greenbrier Classic in West Virginia on Friday.

Melissa Reid no longer a rebel with a cause

By Tony Jimenez LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Melissa Reid turned into a rebel with a cause after suffering a family bereavement in 2012 and only in the last few months has she been able...

South African Van Zyl hits front at French Open

PARIS (Reuters) - South African Jaco Van Zyl is on course to land his first European Tour win after galloping two strokes clear of the field in the French Open third round at Le Golf National on Satur...

Van Zyl leads French Open after three rounds

Versailles (France) (AFP) - South Africa's Jaco van Zyl emerged from a packed leaderboard to take a two-shot lead after carding a tournament-best 64 in the third round of the French Open at Le Golf National on Saturday.

Dubuisson and Paratore steal French Open spotlight

PARIS (Reuters) - Home favourite Victor Dubuisson and little-known Italian Renato Paratore took centre stage in the second round of the French Open at Le Golf National on Friday. Dubuis...

Dubuisson and Paratore steal French Open spotlight

PARIS (Reuters) - Home favourite Victor Dubuisson and little-known Italian Renato Paratore took centre stage in the second round of the French Open at Le Golf National on Friday. Dubuis...

Peanut butter days were special for Charley Hull

By Tony Jimenez LONDON (Reuters) - Charley Hull and the Solheim Cup go together like toast and jam but for the teenage Briton the 2013 edition is almost as memorable for her first taste...

No rocking chair and slippers yet for Laura Davies

By Tony Jimenez LONDON (Reuters) - If anyone imagined Laura Davies was ready to reach out for her rocking chair and slippers they had better think again because the 51-year-old has her ...

Langley leads as Tiger finds his groove at Greenbrier

White Sulphur Springs (United States) (AFP) - Tiger Woods found his groove at the Greenbrier Classic on Thursday, bouncing back from his disastrous US Open with a four-under-par 66 that left him four shots behind first-round leader Scott Langley.

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