Ian Poulter

Poulter and Westwood complete Clarke’s EurAsia Cup team; no call up for Harrington

In the end Darren Clarke opted to complete his Eurasia Cup team with Ian Poulter and Lee Westwood as captain’s picks, leaving Padraig Harrington free to add the Sony Open in Hawaii to his 2016 schedule.

 Poulter and Westwood complete Clarke’s EurAsia Cup team; no call up for Harrington

Thursday's Open dairy - Padraig's putter, the Goose and Ivor Robson's bladder

Finishing last for greens hit in regulation (seven of 18) had  silver lining for Pádraig Harrington — nobody had fewer putts.

Thursday's Open dairy - Padraig's putter, the Goose and Ivor Robson's bladder

British Masters returns to The European Tour

The British Masters supported by Sky Sports will return to The European Tour International Schedule for the first time in seven years in 2015, with a quartet of Britain’s leading golfers rotating as the tournament host over the next four seasons, writes the European Tour.

British Masters returns to The European Tour

Koepka wins as Lowry counts cost of two Turkish baths

Rory McIlroy unofficially captured the Race to Dubai as Shane Lowry imploded and American Brooks Koepka claimed his maiden European Tour win and a $1.1m payday in the Turkish Airlines Open.

Koepka wins as Lowry counts cost of two Turkish baths

Lowry eyes leap into world's Top 40; Harrington cut again

Shane Lowry might have bogeyed the final hole of his delayed second round but a six under 66 left him tied for second in the Turkish Airlines Open and on track to finally break into the world's top 50.

Lowry eyes leap into world's Top 40; Harrington cut again

Turkish (Airlines) delight for short game wizard Lowry

Not even a collision with a tree in the middle of his back nine could stop Shane Lowry’s dogged pursuit of Ian Poulter in the weather-delayed second round of the Turkish Airlines Open by the Ministry of Youth and Sports.

Turkish (Airlines) delight for short game wizard Lowry

“Headless” Lowry finds his feet in Turkey

Shane Lowry admits that playing nine events in 11 weeks might have been a mistake but he still did well to come back from a horror start to shoot a two under 70 in the opening round of the Turkish Airlines Open.

“Headless” Lowry finds his feet in Turkey

Intriguing fourballs for Ryder Cup opener

Has Paul McGinley been overthinking? Or has he got it spot on? Will Stephen Gallacher and Ian Poulter be able for US young guns Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed? Can Sergio and Rory hit it off and gun down Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley in the anchor match? Has Watson taken too many chances.

Intriguing fourballs for Ryder Cup opener

Could Langer be McGinley's "shock" assistant?

Paul McGinley surprised few with his wildcard picks and continued his so far impeccable Ryder Cup captaincy by choosing Scottish rookie Stephen Gallacher, Ryder Cup talisman Ian Poulter and veteran hard-man Lee Westwood to do battle at Gleneagles.

Could Langer be McGinley's "shock" assistant?