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Tiger no longer on top as Westwood arrives

Berlin: Lee Westwood must have known by Saturday that come Sunday he would top the world golf rankings, taking over from American superstar Tiger Woods.

For 281 weeks in a row (and a total of 623 wee

‘I’ve had a great year on the PGTI’

He’sgot the style and flair and of course, the game. Four years after turning a pro, Anirban Lahiri has achieved success which continues to elude many old timers.

A picture of serenity and calmness o

Saaniya opens seven-shot lead in Hero Honda women's golf

Saaniya Sharma shot the only sub-par round on the opening day of the fifth leg of the Hero Honda Women's Professional Golf Tour of India.

Saaniya, who was second behind Sharmila Nicollet in the secon

Ashok Kumar wins DLF Masters

Caddie-turned-pro Ashok Kumar lifted the DLF Masters title trophy riding on his overnight eight-stroke lead after rain washed out the final day of the PGTI event here on Sunday.

Ashok had carded a

Woods’ ‘mistress’ Rachel Uchitel buys $2 million apartment

Tiger Woods’ alleged mistress Rachel Uchitel has apparently purchased a 2-million-dollar Park Avenue apartment in New York City.

Army chief faces CAG

New Delhi, Aug. 8: Once again, the sport of golf has dragged the Army into a controversy. A report by the Comptroller and Auditor-General of India (CAG), tabled in Parliament on Friday, has indicted t

Kiradech desperate for victory in Malaysia

Thailand’s Kiradech Aphibarnrat has an old score to settle when he competes in the 300,000-dollar Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters from Wednesday, but admits he is not on top form.

Woods files papers to dismiss paternity case

London, July 13: A lawyer for Tiger Woods has filed legal papers asking a court to dismiss a claim the golfer fathered a porn star's child.

Woods attorney has filed legal documents in court to have D

Golfer Jeev off to strong start, Chowrasia in danger

Glasgow (Scotland), Jul 9: Jeev Milkha Singh put behind the shoulder injury that was plaguing his game and brought home a strong three-under 68 card to lie tied 12th after the opening round of the Sco

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