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Cabrera-Bello leads way after third round of Portugal Masters updated: Sat Oct 15 2011 15:00:00

Spain's Rafael Cabrera-Bello has a one-shot lead going into the final round of the Portugal Masters after carding an eight-under 64 at Vilamoura Saturday.

Kingston leads on low-scoring day in Portugalupdated: Thu Oct 13 2011 16:38:00

South African veteran James Kingston carded an eight-under 64 to lead after the first day of the Portugal Masters Thursday with a clutch of big name stars taking close order.

Golf: GB and Ireland hold on for winupdated: Sun Sep 18 2011 15:35:00

Great Britain & Ireland had to withstand a withering onslaught from Continental Europe before retaining the Vivendi Seve Trophy at St- Nom-La-Breteche in France Sunday.

Golf: GB and Ireland close on victoryupdated: Sat Sep 17 2011 17:52:00

Great Britain & Ireland need just three points in the concluding singles to retain the Vivendi Seve Trophy after dominating the third day Saturday in France.

European team fight back against Britain and Irelandupdated: Fri Sep 16 2011 15:51:00

Great Britain and Ireland hold a narrow one point lead over Continental Europe after the second day of the Videndi Seve Trophy in Paris, after the European team won three of the five fourballs on Friday.

Superb 62 gives Bjorn back-to-back winsupdated: Sun Sep 04 2011 12:51:00

Thomas Bjorn has secured his second European Tour title in a week after carding a stunning final round 62 to lift the European Masters at Crans-Sur-Sierre, Switzerland, by four strokes.

Donaldson leads way at European Masters; trio share Deutsche honorsupdated: Sat Sep 03 2011 19:50:00

Welshman Jamie Donaldson fired a six-under par round of 65 to take the outright lead at European Masters Saturday, but he has some big names breathing down his neck.

Bjorn continues fine form with epic playoff victoryupdated: Mon Aug 29 2011 05:52:00

Denmark's Thomas Bjorn maintained his resurgence in form by holding his nerve to win an epic five-man playoff at the end of the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles.

Foster and Garrido share Gleneagles leadupdated: Sat Aug 27 2011 18:38:00

England's Mark Foster and Spain's Ignacio Garrido are tied for the lead heading into Sunday's final round of the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles in Scotland.

Garrido holds Gleneagles advantageupdated: Fri Aug 26 2011 15:55:00

Spain's Ignacio Garrido holds a one-stroke lead at the halfway stage of the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles, carding a three-under-par 69 to go with his opening 67.

Veteran Clarke makes history with long-awaited British Open titleupdated: Mon Jul 18 2011 07:08:00

It was wet, cold and windy, and he hadn't been in contention to win golf's oldest tournament for 10 years, but Darren Clarke finally made the breakthrough at the British Open on Sunday.

Clarke leads by one shot going into final Open roundupdated: Sun Jul 17 2011 02:05:00

Darren Clarke holds a one-stroke lead going into the final round of the British Open at Royal St George's, Sandwich, as the Northern Irishman carded a one-under-par 69 to defy the wind and rain that plagued the early part of the day.

Opening round at the British Openupdated: Fri Jul 15 2011 09:48:00

Amateur Tom Lewis and Dane Thomas Bjorn share the lead after opening round play at the British Open.

Young amateur makes history at windswept British Openupdated: Fri Jul 15 2011 09:48:00

While the eyes of golfing world were on rising star Rory McIlroy on Thursday, two surprise names claimed the first-round lead at the British Open.

Tiger to battle Mickelson as he seeks an end to trophy droughtupdated: Tue Mar 08 2011 18:12:00

Tiger Woods will renew his rivalry with Phil Mickelson after the two were paired together in the opening two rounds of the Cadillac Championships, which start in Florida on Thursday.

Westwood and Mickelson crash out as Match Play claims more top namesupdated: Thu Feb 24 2011 18:58:00

World No. 1 Lee Westwood's miserable record at the World Match Play continued as more top names crashed out of the $8.5 million tournament in Arizona.

Woods follows Poulter out of WGC-Match Play championshipupdated: Thu Feb 24 2011 09:38:00

Three-time winner Tiger Woods followed defending champion Ian Poulter out in the first round of the WGC Match Play Championship in Arizona.

Baddeley back in the swing with PGA Tour victoryupdated: Mon Feb 21 2011 08:21:00

A relieved Aaron Baddeley emerged from two years battling his golfing demons and grappling with a new swing with victory at the Northern Trust Open in Los Angeles on Sunday.

Bjorn cruises to four-stroke Qatar victoryupdated: Sun Feb 06 2011 09:05:00

Denmark's Thomas Bjorn has claimed his 11th European Tour title after cruising to a four-stroke victory in the Qatar Masters in Doha on Sunday.

In-form Bjorn takes Qatar Masters leadupdated: Sat Feb 05 2011 18:51:00

Danish golfer Thomas Bjorn made himself the player to beat at the Qatar Masters with a late surge on Saturday, claiming a one-shot lead going into the final round of the European Tour tournament.

Brier makes most of sponsor's invitation to lead Qatar Mastersupdated: Sat Feb 05 2011 10:29:00

He's only playing at the Qatar Masters due to an invitation from a sponsor but Austrian Markus Brier took full advantage by shooting a second round-66 to lead the field by a shot.

Clarke, Bjorn and McGinley named as Europe's Ryder Cup vice-captainsupdated: Tue Jul 20 2010 09:16:00

European captain Colin Montgomerie has named Darren Clarke, Thomas Bjorn and Paul McGinley as his three vice-captains ahead of the Ryder Cup clash against the United States in October.

Siem on course for second European titleupdated: Sat Jun 05 2010 15:41:00

Unfancied German Marcel Siem will take a three-shot lead into the final round of the Wales Open on Sunday as he seeks his second European Tour title.

Bjorn quits as European Tour players chairmanupdated: Fri Oct 16 2009 11:32:00

Danish Ryder Cup player Thomas Bjorn has resigned from his position as chairman of the European Tour players committee.

Late birdies gives McIlroy share of Links leadupdated: Fri Oct 02 2009 15:58:00

Rory McIlroy birdied the famous Road Hole 17th at St Andrews -- and added another on the 18th -- to hold a share of the halfway lead in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in Scotland on Friday.

Bjorn holds two-stroke Dunhill Links advantageupdated: Thu Oct 01 2009 14:32:00

Thomas Bjorn, non-playing captain of the Continental Europe team hammered by Britain and Ireland last weekend, holds a two-stroke lead after the opening round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship played over three Scottish courses.

Levet holds on to seal Spanish Open triumphupdated: Sun May 03 2009 12:21:00

France's Thomas Levet secured the fifth European Tour victory of his career by winning the Spanish Open in Girona by two strokes on Sunday.

McGowan leads Estoril Open after 64updated: Fri Apr 03 2009 03:26:00

England's Ross McGowan claimed a two-shot lead after an opening round of seven-under 64 at the Estoril Open in Portugal on Thursday.

Chapchai leading way in Singapore gloomupdated: Sat Nov 15 2008 07:20:00

Chapchai Nirat of Thailand chipped in for an eagle to move to the top of the leaderboard at the Barclays Singapore Open before darkness brought third round play to an early end on Saturday.

Westwood shrugs off Ryder Cup woesupdated: Fri Sep 26 2008 06:29:00

Defending champion Lee Westwood is handily placed after the opening round of the British Masters at The Belfry on Thursday.

Mickelson aces as Cabrera leads fieldupdated: Fri Jul 11 2008 17:10:00

Phil Mickelson recorded a hole in one to put himself in contention in the Scottish Open, as Argentine Angel Cabrera set the halfway pace with a 68 at Loch Lomond.

Injured Donald and Poulter miss BMW eventupdated: Tue Jun 17 2008 08:56:00

Ryder Cup hopefuls Luke Donald and Ian Poulter have both pulled out of this week's BMW International in Munich because of the wrist injuries they suffered at the U.S. Open.

McDowell shoots 64 to lead in Koreaupdated: Fri Mar 14 2008 09:14:00

Graeme McDowell shot an imposing eight-under-par 64 to go two strokes clear on the incomplete second day of the Ballantine's Championship in Jeju, South Korea on Friday.

Harrington targets victory in Koreaupdated: Tue Mar 11 2008 12:16:00

British Open champion Padraig Harrington is keen to kickstart his season with victory in the Ballantine's Championship on Jeju Island which starts on Thursday.

Delighted Chowrasia doubles winningsupdated: Sun Feb 10 2008 09:37:00

India's SSP Chowrasia claimed the biggest title of his career on Sunday after winning the Indian Masters by two strokes ahead of Ireland's Damien McGrane.

McGrane leads as Els rallies in Delhiupdated: Fri Feb 08 2008 11:54:00

Northern Ireland's Damien McGrane continued his fine recent form with a two-under-par 69 to take a two-shot lead at the Indian Masters on Friday while tournament favorite Ernie Els battled back to make the halfway cut.

Els rocked by quadruple bogey in Indiaupdated: Thu Feb 07 2008 15:08:00

Ernie Els' hopes of putting his Dubai disappointment behind him disappeared with a quadruple bogey horror show in the first round of the Indian Masters.

Refreshed Lonard is back on courseupdated: Tue Nov 20 2007 12:06:00

Peter Lonard returns from his self-imposed two months on the sidelines at the $1.5 million Mastercard Masters in Melbourne this week hoping that his appetite for the game will have returned.

Continental Europe take early leadupdated: Thu Sep 27 2007 14:42:00

Continental Europe held a 3-2 lead over Great Britain and Ireland after the first day of the Seve Trophy at The Heritage Club in Ireland.

Hansen eagles his way to the titleupdated: Sun Sep 16 2007 14:27:00

Dane Soren Hansen fired two eagles in the closing stages of a final round of 67 as he won the Mercedes-Benz title in Cologne.

Bjorn and Hansen share German leadupdated: Sat Sep 15 2007 14:55:00

Danish pair Thomas Bjorn and Soren Hansen share the lead going into the final round of the Mercedes-Benz Championship but it was third-placed Alastair Forsyth of Scotland who caught the eye.

Daly will miss European Tour eventupdated: Wed Jun 20 2007 10:15:00

American John Daly has pulled out of the European Tour event in Munich this week citing personal reasons. Austrian Brier makes his move in Chinaupdated: Sat Apr 14 2007 05:00:00

SHANGHAI, China (AP) -- Austrian Markus Brier shot a 4-under-par 67 Saturday to take the lead after the third round at the China Open.

Lawrie and Bjorn compete in Chinaupdated: Wed Apr 11 2007 05:05:00

Former British Open champion Paul Lawrie heads a field of golfers from no less than 40 nations at this week's China Open. Woods pulls away on the Blue Monsterupdated: Sat Mar 24 2007 21:00:00

MIAMI(AP) Tiger Woods made it all look so routine, from a 4-iron into 10 feet for eagle on the opening hole to the most simple par on the final hole to build a four-shot lead on a Blue Monster course he has tamed the last three years. Woods Pulls Awayupdated: Sat Mar 24 2007 19:33:00

MIAMI (AP) -- Tiger Woods made it all look so routine, from a 4-iron into 10 feet for eagle on the opening hole to the most simple par on the final hole to build a four-shot lead on a Blue Monster course he has tamed the last three years. Stenson, Allenby Leadupdated: Thu Mar 22 2007 20:44:00

MIAMI (AP) - One month after Henrik Stenson captured his first World Golf Championship event, he looks as if he's ready for another.

Prize money rise for Scottish Openupdated: Mon Feb 19 2007 06:24:00

Prize money for the 2007 Scottish Open tournament will rise by £500,000 ($974,949) to £3 million ($5.84m), the European Tour said on Monday.

Bjorn anger over Woosnam decisionupdated: Mon Sep 04 2006 11:22:00

European Ryder Cup hopeful Thomas Bjorn has launched an angry attack on captain Ian Woosnam after being overlooked for a wild card for the September 22-24 match against the United States in Ireland.

Stenson snatches title with eagleupdated: Sun Sep 03 2006 12:08:00

Sweden's Henrik Stenson eagled the first hole of a three-man sudden-death playoff to claim the BMW International Open title at Nord Eichenried on Sunday.

Howell on track for repeat successupdated: Sat Sep 02 2006 12:22:00

Holder David Howell is on track to claim back-to-back victories at the BMW International Open after shooting a six-under-par 66 in the third round to open up a two-stroke lead on Saturday.

Westwood Ryder hopes hit by feverupdated: Sun Aug 27 2006 11:42:00

Lee Westwood's late bid for an automatic Ryder Cup place was thwarted on Sunday when he withdrew from the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational because of fever.

Edfors' birdie blitz earns titleupdated: Sun Jul 16 2006 11:55:00

Swede Johan Edfors, upset by his poor third round, launched a spectacular run of birdies to win the Scottish Open title with a closing eight-under-par 63 at Loch Lomond on Sunday.

Bjorn and Clarke set for shootoutupdated: Sat Jul 15 2006 13:24:00

Denmark's Thomas Bjorn continued his love affair with Loch Lomond on Saturday, firing a five-under-par 66 to set up a last-day title shootout with his close friend Darren Clarke at the Scottish Open.

Montgomerie holds lead on birthdayupdated: Fri Jun 23 2006 14:03:00

Colin Montgomerie celebrated his 43rd birthday by claiming a two-stroke lead at the halfway stage of the Johnnie Walker Championship on Friday.

Bjorn claims Gleneagles advantageupdated: Thu Jun 22 2006 09:28:00

Thomas Bjorn shot an eagle and seven birdies in his first 11 holes in the first round of the Johnnie Walker championship for a two-stroke lead.

Victory completes Bjorn comeback updated: Mon May 22 2006 08:06:00

Denmark's Thomas Bjorn birdied the last hole on Monday to win the weather-delayed Irish Open title in Co. Kildare.

Irish Open suspended until Mondayupdated: Sun May 21 2006 11:10:00

Darren Clarke went two shots clear at the Irish Open at Carton House just before play was suspended until Monday, because of strong winds and rain in Maynooth on Sunday.

Bjorn continues amazing fightbackupdated: Sat May 20 2006 13:37:00

Dane Thomas Bjorn continued his remarkable recovery at Carton House on Saturday to take a share of the lead after the third round of the Irish Open.

Fasth claims victory after playoffupdated: Sun Apr 30 2006 15:47:00

Sweden's Niclas Fasth took the Spanish Open title on Sunday after a sudden-death playoff with Briton John Bickerton.

Storm birdies his way to the frontupdated: Fri Apr 28 2006 14:37:00

Former British Amateur champion Graeme Storm put himself in sight of a maiden European Tour title on Friday when he led the Spanish Open by a stroke after two rounds.

Double bogey halts Monty's chargeupdated: Thu Apr 27 2006 09:07:00

Last year's European number one Colin Montgomerie looked set to take the lead on the first day of the Spanish Open on Thursday until a sorry double bogey on 14th derailed his round.

European Tour back at the Belfryupdated: Thu Jan 12 2006 11:17:00

The European Tour will return to the Belfry, which hosted Europe's Ryder Cup win in 2002, when the Midlands course stages the British Masters later this year.

Daly withdraws from Tiger's eventupdated: Tue Dec 06 2005 03:23:00

The $5.5 million Target World Challenge lost one of its star attractions when big-hitting John Daly withdrew late Monday because of a broken right hand.

Hong Kong pull out by Harrington updated: Wed Nov 30 2005 02:53:00

Ryder Cup star Padraig Harrington is a late withdrawal from the $1.2 million Hong Kong Open which starts on Thursday.

Monty is unperturbed over majorsupdated: Tue Nov 29 2005 05:28:00

Colin Montgomerie has accused the media of being obsessed with his hunt for an elusive first major win.

Goosen faces Ferrie in Match Playupdated: Mon Sep 12 2005 11:54:00

Top seed Retief Goosen has been drawn to face Kenneth Ferrie in the first round of the World Match Play at Wentworth.

Mickelson grabs second major titleupdated: Mon Aug 15 2005 11:11:00

Phil Mickelson clinched his second major title with a one-shot victory in the weather-delayed U.S. PGA Championship at Baltusrol Golf Club on Monday.

Dane Bjorn moves four shots clearupdated: Fri Jul 01 2005 14:11:00

Thomas Bjorn walked in after only six holes of the 2004 European Open, disgusted at the way he was playing, but the Dane is running away with this year's tournament at the K Club.

Dodd defeats Howell after playoffupdated: Sun May 22 2005 15:52:00

Stephen Dodd won his second European Tour title of the season by beating compatriot David Howell in a playoff for the Irish Open.

Els increases lead to five strokesupdated: Fri Apr 29 2005 09:03:00

Ernie Els fired a solid four-under-par 68 to extend his lead to five strokes in the third round of the $1.5 million Asian Open.

Di Marco leads as Tiger closes upupdated: Sat Apr 09 2005 13:59:00

American Chris Di Marco produced his second successive round of 67 to take a four-shot lead at the halfway stage of the weather-hit U.S. Masters at Augusta on Saturday.

Bjorn to finance Danish tournamentupdated: Tue Mar 22 2005 11:25:00

Thomas Bjorn, the first golfer from Denmark to play in the Ryder Cup, will bankroll a new tournament in his home country on this year's European Challenge Tour.

Montgomerie on course for Augustaupdated: Sat Mar 19 2005 07:27:00

Britons Colin Montgomerie and Paul Casey and Chawalit Plaphol of Thailand share the honours on the third day of the TCL Classic in China.

Holder Jaidee moves clear of fieldupdated: Sat Feb 19 2005 05:44:00

Thailand's Thongchai Jaidee is on target to retain his Malaysian Open title after opening up a six-stroke lead.

Late birdies keep Jaidee in chargeupdated: Fri Feb 18 2005 11:59:00

Holder Thongchai Jaidee of Thailand spoilt Thomas Bjorn's 34th birthday celebrations with three late birdies to finish two strokes clear in the Malaysian Open second round.

Faldo in hunt for Hong Kong gloryupdated: Sat Dec 04 2004 04:09:00

European Ryder Cup stars Padraig Harrington and Miguel Angel Jimenez share the lead with South African James Kingston going into the last round of the Hong Kong Open.

Dodd well placed for first victoryupdated: Sat Nov 27 2004 15:52:00

Stephen Dodd is perfectly placed to win his first European Tour title after preserving a three-shot lead in the third round of the China Open.

Champion Els leapfrogs Tiger Woodsupdated: Sun Oct 03 2004 10:32:00

Ernie Els held off a strong challenge from playing partner Thomas Bjorn to win the WGC-American Express Championship by one shot on Sunday.

Teenager starts alongside Woods updated: Tue Apr 06 2004 16:02:00

World No. 1 Tiger Woods has been grouped with Dane Thomas Bjorn and 2003 U.S. amateur runner-up Casey Wittenberg for the first two rounds of the U.S. Masters.

Dane Bjorn stays ahead in Bangkokupdated: Sat Jan 31 2004 06:14:00

BANGKOK, Thailand (Reuters) -Thomas Bjorn retained the lead after firing a two-under 70 in the Johnnie Walker Classic third round at the Alpine Golf and Sports Club course on Saturday.

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