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France's Robin Roussel praised his local caddie after sharing the early lead at the Alfred Dunhill Championship but Australia's Scott Hend had a poor opener.
Finland's Sanna Nuutinen topped the leaderboard in the rain-affected Andalucia Costa Del Sol Open but Australian Whitney Hillier suffered a poor start.
Sei Young Kim is closing in on the world No.1 ranking after a dominant three-shot win at the LPGA's Pelican Women's Championship in Florida.
Robert Streb won a playoff to claim the RSM Classic in Georgia for his second PGA Tour title - his other coming in similar circumstances at the same event.
Denmark's Joachim B Hansen overturned a three-shot deficit in the final nine holes to win his first European Tour title in the Joburg Open.
Ally McDonald's third-round hole-in-one at the LPGA event in Florida put pressure on Sei Young Kim but the South Korean closed strongly to be five shots clear.
Robert Streb extended his lead at the PGA Tour's RSM Classic but his nearest challengers going into the find round include a two-time major winner.
South African rookie Wilco Nienaber put himself in pole position to win on home soil in the Joburg Open after shooting a third round 67 at Randpark.
South Korean world No.2 Sei Young Kim was the half-way leader of the LPGA event in Florida while Australian Minjee Lee was in a share of sixth.
Robert Streb matched his career low 63 to take the lead at the PGA Tour's RSM Classic while Jason Day is best of the Australians eight shots off the pace.
Colombian Camilo Villegas hit 10 of 14 fairways and 15 of 18 greens in regulation to be co-leader at the RSM Classic after the opening round.
Tiger Woods says he's really excited to be playing in an official tournament for the first time with his 11-year-old son Charlie in Florida next month.
Australia's brilliant teen prospect Steph Kyriacou ended her debut Ladies European Tour season with a course record 63 and a runner's up finish in Saudi Arabia.
World No.1 Dustin Johnson shed his unwanted tag of one-major wonder, denying gallant Australian Cameron Smith to win the Masters in record fashion.
Australian Cameron Smith is the first player to shoot four rounds in the 60s at the Masters, yet it was not enough to claim the green jacket.