Jim Furyk

McIlroy dismisses Tiger and Jack comparisons: "I'm on my journey"

Rory McIlroy drew comparisons with the game's two greatest living major winners for his WGC-Cadillac Match Play win over Gary Woodland at Harding Park.

McIlroy dismisses Tiger and Jack comparisons: "I'm on my journey"

Relief for Furyk, hope for McDowell at Harbour Town

Seven weeks after 43-year old Pádraig Harrington ended a seven-year PGA Tour drought, 44-year old Jim Furyk out an end to a 100-event winless run with a stunning play-off victory over Kevin KIsner in the RBC Heritage at Hilton Head.

Relief for Furyk, hope for McDowell at Harbour Town

Lowry on fire but Harrington implodes at Spyglass Hill

There was joy for Shane Lowry as he took another giant step towards securing his PGA Tour card in the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. But it was hell for playing partner Pádraig Harrington, who racked up a nightmare triple bogey seven at his final hole to miss his third cut on the spin this year.

Lowry on fire but Harrington implodes at Spyglass Hill

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

Ryder Cup Tuesday — GMac uncomfortable with Rory dynamic

Ryder Cup Tuesday brought the first full day of serious practice and 14 media centre interviews that threw up the usual questions about Europe's "template", targeting "big dogs",  Rickie Fowler's haircut and exactly how shy/odd is Victor Dubuisson.

Ryder Cup Tuesday — GMac uncomfortable with Rory dynamic

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

McIlroy back in the ball game after sensational Oak Hill finish

Rory McIlroy is six shots off the lead with a round to go at the US PGA. Photo: Anthony Powter/www.golffile.ieWatch out. Rory McIlroy has that Quail Hollow feeling again after he produced a sensational birdie-birdie finish to give himself an outside chance of US PGA glory at Oak Hill.

Supermacs survive a scare

Graeme McDowell and Rory McIlroy withstood a late fightback from Jim Furyk and Brandt Snedeker to put Europe on the board. Photo Eoin Clarke/www.golffile.ieRory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell dodged a bullet to start their Ryder Cup campaign with a bang and an agonising 18th hole win.

McIlroy and McDowell to lead from the front

Graeme McDowell and Rory McIlroy are clearly Europe’s top two and will lead out the side at Medinah. Photo Eoin Clarke/www.golffile.ieYou wanted Rory McIlroy. Now get him if you can.

Love: "We've all got a lot of sting from not winning enough"

Jim Furyk with Captain Davis Love III at the USA Team photo shoot during Monday’s Practice Day of the 39th Ryder Cup at Medinah Country Club, Chicago, Illinois 25th September 2012 (Photo Eoin Clarke/www.golffile.ie)Europe might be inspired by the silhouette of Seve Ballesteros but the American will still be hungry for some Ryder Cup revenge.

That’s the view of US skipper Davis Love, who reckons that the “sting” of six defeats from the last eight matches will inspire veterans like Jim Furyk, Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods to set the record straight.

McDowell declares hostility a thing of the past

Graeme McDowell expects a loud not a hostile reception in Chicago. Photo Eoin Clarke/www.golffile.ieThe “War by the Shore” of 1991 and the “Battle of Brookline” of 1999 will forever be marked in the annals of Ryder Cup infamy for European Ryder Cup players. But whether Chicago will add its name to the list of nefarious American venues or go down in history as Europe’s kind of town, as Sinatra once crooned, remains to be seen.