Rory 64, Tiger 82, Pádraig 78 and a fresh air; Power cut

Rory 64, Tiger 82, Pádraig 78 and a fresh air; Power cut

Rory McIlroy underlined his current undisputed status as the world's No 1 by shooting an immaculate 64 on the day when Tiger Woods carded his highest ever score as a professional and Pádraig Harrington had a fresh-air trying to play left-handed.

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From agony to ecstasy — Maria Dunne's amazing journey

From agony to ecstasy — Maria Dunne's amazing journey

How can you keep dreaming when the nightmare is so real? One morning Maria Dunne parked her car and had to crawl in order to reach the front door. The pain flared in her lower back, shot down her legs and went straight through her heart. “It was a little bit scary because I couldn’t really see an end to it,” she says of an injury that was both debilitating and soul destroying.

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Spectacular eagle rescues Harrington; Tiger struggles; Power trailing in Panama

Spectacular eagle rescues Harrington; Tiger struggles; Power trailing in Panama

Pádraig Harrington holed out from 161 yards from the rough for an eagle two to get back to level par before bad light ended what was an up-and-down 2015 debut for the Dubliner in the Waste Management Phoenix Open in Arizona.

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McIlroy eager to put "tedious and nasty" legal action behind him

McIlroy eager to put "tedious and nasty" legal action behind him

Rory McIlroy used the word "disappointed" four times in his preview interview for the Dubai Desert Classic. Fortunately, he's brilliantly learned how to deal the few misfortunes that have come his way on the golf course in recent years.

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