Billy Horschel

Rory wins Horschel war at 20th as Jiménez-Bradley skirmish

Jordan Spieth lost to Lee Westwood and Rory McIlroy came back from two down with two to play to beat Billy Horschel at the 20th. Even the dead rubbers were lively as the much maligned WGC - Cadillac World Match Play final managed to whittle the field down from 64 to 16 for Saturday's straight knockout rounds at Harding Park.

Rory wins Horschel war at 20th as Jiménez-Bradley skirmish

Easy for Rory but Lowry made to sweat by McDowell in San Francisco

The churlishness of Jason Dufner when it came to conceding putts provoked a tit-for-tat response from an irked-looking Rory McIlroy who still crushed the former US PGA champion 5 and 4 in the first round of the matches in the WGC – Cadillac Match Play in San Francisco.

Easy for Rory but Lowry made to sweat by McDowell in San Francisco

Pack closes on McIlroy and Horschel

Rory McIlroy has demoralised most of his opposition this season but as he enters the final round of the Tour Championship tied for the lead with Billy Horschel, he put his weariness and some scrappy play behind him for a moment to reminded them just why he's the favourite to take the title and the $10m FedEx Cup bonus to boot — experience under the cosh.

Pack closes on McIlroy and Horschel

Tired McIlroy undone by four-putt

There's still one round to go but after watching Rory McIlroy hole a 60 footer and then four-putt from less than five feet, tiredness is clearly taking its toll on the Holywood man as he battles to cap a sensational summer by winning the FedEx Cup.

Tired McIlroy undone by four-putt

McIlroy eases into the frame again

The top 15 might be covered by just five strokes but there's a clear favourite for the  Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston on Monday — Rory McIlroy.

McIlroy eases into the frame again

Mickelson the big cheese in major Merion mousetrap

Phil Mickelson plays his tee shot on the fourth hole during the third round at the 2013 U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pa. on Saturday, June 15, 2013. (Copyright USGA/Joel Kowsky) Phil Mickelson is on track to end a lifetime of heartbreak in the US Open after a battling 70 gave a one stroke lead heading into the final round on his 43rd birthday.

Late double darkens Harrington's mood

Padraig Harrington plays his tee shot on the 10th hole during the second round at the 2013 U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pa. on Friday, June 14, 2013. (Copyright USGA/Michael Cohen) Pádraig Harrington putting woes continue to haunt him.

McIlroy and Harrington lurking in Texas

Rory McIlroy made some mistakes but still has a chance going into the final round in San Antonio.Rory McIlroy hopes to put himself in the mix in the final round of the Valero Texas Open and head to the Masters with his confidence on the rise.

McIlroy lashes 'jackass' Horschel

Steve ORory McIlroy bowed out of the amateur game by launching a scathing attack on American Billy Horschel.

Madcap Horschel, 20, is nicknamed Steve-O by his own team mates because he is a dead ringer for the "Jackass" TV clown.

And he lived up to his nickname at Royal County Down with a loud-mouth performance that included sprinting across the 14th green to scream "Yeah, baby" at his ball during the foursomes.