TOMMY Fleetwood produced a breath-taking back nine to retain his HSBC Abu Dhabi title, and earned a glowing tribute from an admiring Rory McIlroy. Fleetwood began the week singing the praises of playing partners McIlroy and world No 1 Johnson – and
SERGIO Garcia produced a masterful display of bogey-free golf over 27 holes on Sunday to open his season with a five-shot victory at the weather-disrupted Singapore Open, the Spaniard making his move early and dominating from the front. The 38-year-old U.
Masters champion Sergio Garcia made four early birdies to snatch the third round lead at the Singapore Open on Sunday as organizers rushed to finish the tournament on time after three days of foul weather
• 28-year-old one shot off lead in Abu Dhabi• ‘I felt really comfortable, really relaxed’Rory McIlroy need not have bothered expressing a belief of being “rejuvenated and refocused”. Demonstration of that has been deli
RORY McILROY handed Tommy Fleetwood a birthday cake with the look of a man who expects to be celebrating himself tomorrow. Fleetwood had a 27th birthday to remember by outscoring McIlroy and world No 1 Dustin Johnson over the first 36 holes of the A