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Whiteford leads, Dufner makes cut in Perth

Peter Whiteford leads through 36 holes at the European Tour's ISPS Handa Perth International; Jason Dufner makes the cut in his return from a neck injury.

European Tour releases early 2014-15 schedule

The early part of the European Tour's 2014-15 schedule has been released -- and Hero, sponsor of the Tiger Woods Foundation's World Challenge near Orlando, Fla., will put its name on the new Indian Open.

Hend wins Hong Kong Open in playoff

The Hong Kong Open could not be resolved in 72 holes, as Scott Hend took the title over Angelo Que in a playoff.

Ilonen edges Stenson in World Match Play

Mikko Ilonen outplayed Henrik Stenson, especially during the middle of the round, in Sunday's final to win the 2014 Volvo World Match Play Championship.

Stenson wins battles of Swedes at Volvo Match Play

Henrik Stenson continued to stay undefeated at the Volvo World Match Play Championship Saturday as he defeated fellow Swede Jonas Blixt, 2 up.

Fraser leads by 1 at Euro Tour's Hong Kong Open

Behind a 5-under 65, Marcus Fraser has taken a one-shot lead at the European Tour’s Hong Kong Open over fellow Aussie Scott Hend.

Quarterfinals set at Volvo World Match Play

Graeme McDowell was eliminated while Henrik Stenson advanced to the quarterfinals at the Volvo World Match Play Championship in England.

Els takes Hong Kong lead on 45th birthday

Ernie Els took the 36-hole lead at the European Tour's Hong Kong Open with a 5-under 65 on his 45th birthday.

Dubuisson rolls at Volvo World Match Play

Highlights at the European Tour's Volvo World Match Play Championship include Dubuisson and Stenson wins and a McDowell loss.

Randhawa takes lead at Hong Kong Open

Jyoti Randhawa's 5-under 31 in his final nine holes at Hong Kong Golf Club Thursday set the pace at the European Tour's Hong Kong Open.

McDowell wins, Reed falls at Volvo match play

Graeme McDowell won his first match at the Volvo World Match Play Championship in Kent, England, while top-seeded Henrik Stenson halved his opening contest.

R&A names Slumbers as replacement for Dawson

The R&A announced that Martin Slumbers will replace Peter Dawson as chief executive on Oct. 1, 2015. Slumbers also will serve as secretary of the Royal & Ancient Golf Club at St. Andrews.

Who's deserving of 2015 golf hall of fame honor?

The World Golf Hall of Fame plans an announcement regarding its Class of 2015 on Wednesday. We don't know if they'll be naming names for inductees, but we're wondering who fans would add to the hall.

McDowell disappointed in Americans' 'dirty laundry'

Graeme McDowell has joined Lee Westwood in condemning the U.S. Ryder Cup team for airing its dirty linen in public. The Northern Irishman also accused Tom Watson of seeming “disconnected and aloof” from his players.

Volvo cuts back European Tour sponsorships

Volvo’s decision to withdraw sponsorship from two European Tour events comes as no surprise, renewing only the Volvo China Open through 2019 and dropping the World Match Play and Golf Champions events.

5 Things: Amid rain, Levy earns win

Alexander Levy earned his second European Tour victory Sunday despite playing only one hole before rain truncated the Portugal Masters. Here are 5 Things to know.

Levy's lead stands up at Portugal Masters

Alexander Levy holds on to a strong lead through the second round of the European Tour's Portugal Masters after carding a 10-under 61 Friday.

Levy leads at rain-shortened Portugal Masters

Alexander Levy took control of the lead at the European Tour's Portugal Masters, which was delayed due to weather.

Colsaerts fires 11-under 60 at Portugal Masters

Nicolas Colsaerts had a chance at the European Tour’s first-ever 59 during the first round of the Portugal Masters Thursday. Instead he settled for a first-round 60.

Riding the bench, Ryder Cup style

There is no good reason – other than failed history – to continue a Ryder Cup format in which only eight of 12 players on each team are on the course at a time during the first two days of the competition, writes Jim Achenbach.

VIDEO: Trying to Happy Gilmore at Scottish Open

Take a look at the likes of Phil Mickelson, Paul Casey, Peter Uihlein and Nicolas Colsaerts doing their Happy Gilmore impressions at the Scottish Open.

Michael Phelps makes 150-foot putt at Dunhill

Watch Michael Phelps drain a 150-fott putt at the Alfred Dunhill Championship.