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Canada's Sue Kim wins Symetra Tour event (The Associated Press)

LAKE WALES, Fla. (AP) -- Sue Kim won the Symetra Tour's Florida's Natural Charity Classic on Sunday, leading a Canadian sweep of the first three places.




Richie Ramsay wins Trophee Hassan II by 1 shot (The Associated Press)

Richie Ramsay from Scotland follows his shot during the second round of the European Tour Golf Tournament in Himmerland, Denmark, Friday, Aug. 15, 2014. (AP Photo/Polfoto, Rene Schuetze) DENMARK OUT

Richie Ramsay of Scotland shot a 3-under 69 Sunday to win the Trophee Hassan II by one shot ahead of Frenchman Romain Wattel and claim his third European Tour title. Ramsay wasted a three-shot lead before recovering with three straight birdies from the 12th hole at the Golf du Palais Royal to finish with a 10-under 278 total.





Scotland's Ramsay takes European Tour title in Morocco (Reuters)

(Reuters) - Scotland's Richie Ramsay claimed his third European Tour title and survived Romain Wattel's late surge to win the Trophee Hassan II in Morocco on Sunday. Ramsay, joint overnight leader on seven-under with Wattel and Scotland's Andrew McArthur, carded a three under-par final round at the course in Agadir to finish on a total of 278.




South Korea's Lee maintains lead at Kia (Reuters)

(Reuters) - South Korean Lee Mi-rim maintained her lead at the Kia Classic for the third successive day after a six-under-par 66 gave her a one-stroke edge on Saturday heading into the final round in southern California. Lee entered the third round tied with Morgan Pressel but blew past her with a sizzling five birdies on the back nine to push her to 16-under at the Aviara course in Carlsbad. The 24-year-old won twice in her rookie season on the LPGA circuit last year, but is looking for her first title in 2015. “To be honest, I didn’t even know what I shot until I signed my scorecard,” Lee told reporters.




Mirim Lee leads LPGA Tour's Kia Classic (The Associated Press)

Mirim Lee of South Korea reacts after her birdie putt on the 15th hole of the final round of the Meijer LPGA Classic golf tournament at Blythefield Country Club, Sunday, Aug. 10, 2014, in Belmont, Mich. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

Mirim Lee took the Kia Classic lead Saturday, while top-ranked Lydia Ko easily increased her LPGA Tour under-par streak to 27 rounds but dropped two late strokes and ended up four shots behind. Lee shot a 6-under 66 to reach 16-under 200 at Aviara, leaving her a stroke ahead of former UCLA player Alison Lee in the final event before the first major of the season next week at Rancho Mirage. ''I think comfortable,'' Mirim Lee said about the final round. ''I just think patience, patience, patience.'' The 17-year-old Ko shot a 67 to move within two rounds of matching Annika Sorenstam's LPGA Tour record for consecutive rounds under par of 29 set in 2004.






Scot Ramsay wins Trophee Hassan II

Richie Ramsay recovers from dropping four shots in two holes to claim the Trophee Hassan II in Morocco.




Nocera holds nerve to win in Morocco

France's Gwladys Nocera holds off England's Melissa Reid and Felicity Johnson to win the Lalla Meryem Cup in Morocco.




Gallacher excited by Masters return

Stephen Gallacher thinks he can win a major as he prepares for his second taste of the "unique" Masters experience.




Baddeley holes 336-yard shot in Texas

Australia's Aaron Baddeley makes up for a poor tee shot on the 17th with a stunning recovery in San Antonio.




Injured McDowell out of Texas Open

Graeme McDowell's Masters preparations are hit as he has to withdraw from the Texas Open with a leg injury.





Stenson aiming to be first to win FedEx Cup Race to Dubai in same year despite wrist injury


Swedish golf ace Henrik Stenson is reportedly aiming to become the first player to win the FedEx Cup and Race to Dubai in the same year despite a wrist injury. Stenson, who earned 6.3 million pounds by winning America's end-of-season event, leads the European Tour going into Dubai's DP World Tour Championship finale. According to the BBC, despite injuring his wrist before the first of the four ...




Indian golfer Shiv Kapur aiming for success at 103rd South African Open Championship


Indian professional golfer Shiv Kapur is reportedly aiming for success at the 103rd South African Open Championship, the world's second oldest Open title, at the Glendower Golf Club in Johannesburg from 21-24 November. The rising Indian star will line up alongside a stellar cast of world stars in the opening event on the 2014 European Tour schedule, including Charl Schwartzel, Retief Goosen, ...




Management issues distracting McIlroy


Northern Irish golfer Rory McIlroy has said that countless hours spent with lawyers this year have been a distraction as he heads into this week's World Tour Championships in Dubai. According to the BBC, McIlroy is still seeking his first win of 2013. Last month, McIlroy began legal action in the Republic of Ireland against the Dublin-based Horizon Sports in a dispute over management fees ...




Cheyenne Woods Heir to Woods Golf Throne


Tiger Woods ‘ neice and, by the looks of it, possible heir to the golf throne. The 23-year-old daughter of Tiger’s older half-brother, Earl Woods, Jr., has played three LPGA events this year, and has yet to collect any money, but she shouldn’t be discouraged. She obviously has what it takes to make it in the world of ...




Stenson stalks Dubai leader


Spain's Alejandro Canizares grabbed a one-shot lead after the first round of the DP World Tour Championship, but Race To Dubai leader Henrik Stenson lies just two back as he looks to add that to his FedEx Cup crown.Canizares completed a six-under-par 66 at Jumeirah Golf Estates that proved enough to hold the first round lead, with Thailand's Kiradech Aphibarnrat and Australian Marcus ...





Norman backs Day for Masters glory

GREG Norman believes ​an ​Australia​n​ can ​slip on a second Green Jacket in three years at the US Masters — but this time it will be Jason Day’s turn.




Aussie’s miracle shot the talk of the Tour

AUSTRALIA’S Aaron Baddeley is the talk of the US PGA Tour after a scarcely believable birdie made him clubhouse leader in the Texas Open.




Bubba Watson reveals his Masters secret

BUBBA Watson, who won the US Masters in 2012 and 2014, has revealed the secret to his success at Augusta National.




My brilliant Korea! Golfers on cloud 9

IT’S a hot streak that’s crept under the radar everywhere apart from, perhaps, South Korea.




Angry caddies short changed by US PGA

Rift between top level caddies and US PGA Tour officials, which has resulted in a lawsuit contesting the rights to bib-sponsor income, descends to farce as one bagman is scolded for wearing the wrong coloured shorts.




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