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Horses for courses at the Blue Monster

Donald Trump may become the 45th President of the United States but whether or not he becomes a distraction as his Trump National Doral course hosts the WGC Cadillac Championship this week, he’s unlikely to change the essence of the way he goes about his business.

Horses for courses at the Blue Monster

Shootout on Sunset - McIlroy in Riviera mix as Harrington hits route 66

If this is a taste of what’s to come, roll on the Masters.

Ten players ended up within three shots of the lead heading into the final round of the Northern Trust Open at Riviera and it’s a who’s who of the game’s best with Rory McIlroy’s clutch 18 foot par save at the 18th — he'd missed the fairway and green right — vying with Bubba Watson’s up and down from near a concession stand just a few minutes later for shot of the day.

Shootout on Sunset - McIlroy in Riviera mix as Harrington hits route 66

McIlroy opens with 67 at Riviera; Spieth slumps to joint last after 79

Overnight rain took the sting out of Riviera but Rory McIlroy still had to produce a solid performance on the greens to open with a four under 67 in the Northern Trust Open as Jordan Spieth suffered a rare meltdown and crashed to a 79.

McIlroy opens with 67 at Riviera; Spieth slumps to joint last after 79

Want to play a European Tour event? Qualifying open for Shenzen International

The chance to compete against some of the world’s best players at the Shenzhen International from April 21-24 – included among them will be tournament ‘ambassador’ Bubba Watson, the double Masters champion from the United States - will be the reward for six players who successfully come through the 36-hole Shenzhen International Open Qualifying at the Shenzhen Genzon Golf Club’s B Course from March 21-24, 2016.

Want to play a European Tour event? Qualifying open for Shenzen International

Donaldson and Westwood back in Top 50; G-Mac sixth in Shootout

Jamie Donaldson and Lee Westwood finished 1-2 in the Thailand Golf Championship to return to the world’s top 50.

Donaldson and Westwood back in Top 50; G-Mac sixth in Shootout

US round up - Power six off the pace in Wichita; Harman powers up in Travelers

Web.com Tour — Nothing but birdies will do on the second tier US circuit and first round leader Seamus Power finds himself six shots behind American Andy Winings heading into today's final round of the Air Capital Classic presented by Aetna in Kansas.

US round up - Power six off the pace in Wichita; Harman powers up in Travelers

Round up: Spieth and GMac, Chinese torture, new European Tour CEO

Masters champion Jordan Spieth rebounded spectacularly from his three over par opening round with a stunning, career low 62 in the second round of the RBC Heritage at Hilton Head.

Round up: Spieth and GMac, Chinese torture, new European Tour CEO

Form players a Masters threat to McIlroy says McGinley; left-handers also dangerous

Paul McGinley admitted that Rory McIlroy's indifferent Masters record, the form of a string of top players and the recent dominance of the left-handers will make it tough for him to win his third straight major and his first green jacket at Augusta National.

Form players a Masters threat to McIlroy says McGinley; left-handers also dangerous

G-Mac just misses playoff as Bubba snatches HSBC Champions thriller

Graeme McDowell shaved the hole with a putt to get into a playoff that saw Bubba Watson beat Tim Clark with a birdie having spectacularly holed a bunker shot at the 72nd hole to force extra time.

G-Mac just misses playoff as Bubba snatches HSBC Champions thriller

McIlroy third as Kaymer wins PGA Grand Slam of Golf

US Open champion Martin Kaymer claimed the PGA Grand Slam of Golf in a playoff over Masters champion Bubba Watson as World No 1 Rory McIlroy finished eight behind them in third after an error strewn 75 in wind-blown Bermuda.

McIlroy third as Kaymer wins PGA Grand Slam of Golf

Rory four behind Kaymer in PGA Grand Slam

Martin Kaymer opened with a six under 65 at Port Royal in Bermuda to lead the PGA Grand Slam of Golf by two shots from Bubba Watson (67) with Rory McIlroy four adrift after a 69.

Rory four behind Kaymer in PGA Grand Slam