Italian Open

Round-up: Lawrie lasting; Rory lurking; Dawson wins Euro; Power down

European Tour — Peter Lawrie goes into the 72° OPEN D'ITALIA presented by DAMIANI, with a great chance to win back his tour card.

Round-up: Lawrie lasting; Rory lurking; Dawson wins Euro; Power down

Round up: Peter's time; Day break; Tiger out; Power slips; Boys blitzed by Portugal

European Tour — Peter Lawrie has a golden opportunity to regain his European Tour card after a five under 67 left him just four shots off the lead in the 72° OPEN D'ITALIA presented by DAMIANI.

Round up: Peter's time; Day break; Tiger out; Power slips; Boys blitzed by Portugal

Moynihan and Harrington fight back in Italy

Peter Lawrie and Paul McGinley lead the Irish challenge but it was the late comebacks from rookie pro Gavin Moynihan and veteran Pádraig Harrington that caught the eye at the 72° OPEN D'ITALIA presented by DAMIANI.

Moynihan and Harrington fight back in Italy

McDowell begins hard road back; Hoey aiming for Russian repeat; Italian job for Moynihan

It’s been the year from hell in many respects but Graeme McDowell is looking ahead  and having failed to qualify for the FedEx Cup he’s set his sights on the remainder of 2015 and the start of the 2016 Ryder Cup campaign in Europe this week.

McDowell begins hard road back; Hoey aiming for Russian repeat; Italian job for Moynihan

Gallacher puts a gun to McGinley's head

First the big news — Graeme McDowell and his wife Kristin have named their first child Vale Esme. Discovering the names of Paul McGinley's three wildcard picks will have to wait until Tuesday afternoon but if McDowell's comments on Stephen Gallacher's sprint for the line carry any weight, the Scot will be one of them.

Gallacher puts a gun to McGinley's head

Gallacher gives himself a chance

Darren Clarke showed signs of life with a 67 but as Hennie Otto took a two stroke lead into the final round of the 71st Open d’Italia, Stephen Gallacher’s bid to steal the last available qualifying place on Europe’s Ryder Cup team looks likely to go to the wire.

Gallacher gives himself a chance

Wildcard race hots up in Turin and Boston

Rory McIlroy was no more than afterthought for a change as European and American Ryder Cup wildcard hopefuls shuffled themselves in the deck on Friday with Stephen Gallacher emerging as the clear ace for Paul McGinley.Rory McIlroy was no more than afterthought for a change as European and American Ryder Cup wildcard hopefuls shuffled themselves in the deck on Friday with Stephen Gallacher emerging as the clear ace for Paul McGinley.

Wildcard race hots up in Turin and Boston

Gutsy Higgins grabs Turin lifeline

David HigginsDavid Higgins punches the air in delight following his birdie at the last. David Higgins gave himself a fighting chance of clinging on to the European Tour card it cost him blood and tears to win back at last year’s Q-School when he produced a sensational 72nd hole birdie in Turin to clinch the best finish and the biggest cheque of his 17-year tour career.