Dominant Spieth moves further ahead at No 1; Harrington begins Masters climb
Rory McIlroy observers expect the former world No 1 to sweep back to the top with a dominant display in 2016. He may well do so but the Co Down man has his work cut out on the evidence of Jordan Spieth's impressive victory in the Hyundai Tournament of Champions in Hawaii.
Sterne and Fisher Jnr five clear in Joburg Open
Lawrie gives belly putter a trial run
Peter Lawrie has joined the belly putter brigade in his first event of the season.
The Dubliner promised to make radical changes to his putting after a disapointing performance on the greens last term. And he was true to his word on his arrival in South Africa where he opened with rounds of 72 and 68 to share 56th place with the likes of Masters champion Charl Schwartzel in the weather-delayed Joburg Open.