Lee Westwood

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

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

Unfinished business for McIlroy and Casey at WGC – Cadillac Match Play

Rory McIlroy ended up watching the Mayweather - Pacquiao bout in the media centre after his  clash with Paul Casey went 21 holes before darkness called a halt to proceedings at Harding Park.

Unfinished business for McIlroy and Casey at WGC – Cadillac Match Play

Kearney stalls as Westwood roars in Jakarta; Chinese challenging in Shanghai

Niall Kearney slipped back with a 74 as a sensational Lee Westwood roared into a five-shot lead with a round to go in the CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters at the Royale Jakarta Golf Club.

Kearney stalls as Westwood roars in Jakarta; Chinese challenging in Shanghai

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

Els and Garcia added to star-studded Irish Open field

With precisely 100 days to go until this year’s Irish Open hosted by The Rory Foundation, two more legends of the game – four-time Major-winner Ernie Els and Ryder Cup talisman, Sergio Garcia – have become the latest superstars to add their names to what is fast becoming one of the strongest fields in the tournament’s recent history, writes the European Tour.

Els and Garcia added to star-studded Irish Open field

Irish off their greens as Wiesberger hits career best

Three of Ireland's four strong challenge went completely off their greens in the third round of the Maybank Malaysian Open in Kaula Lumpur.

Irish off their greens as Wiesberger hits career best

McDowell and Westwood share Malaysian lead

Graeme McDowell believes he is reaping the benefits of a hard winter’s work after taking a share of the lead on day one of the Maybank Malaysian Open, writes the European Tour.

McDowell and Westwood share Malaysian lead

Clarke back in the pack in Thailand

Darren Clarke is 12 strokes behind Australia’s Marcus Fraser heading into the final round of the Asian Tour's US$1 million Thailand Golf Championship.

Clarke back in the pack in Thailand

Lowry laments "stupid" decisions

Shane Lowry’s hopes of breaking into the world’s Top 50 suffered a reverse when he paid a high price for what he admitted was unnecessary aggression, poor course management and lack of patience in the third round of the $7m Turkish Airlines Open.

Lowry laments "stupid" decisions

Garcia and Westwood admit Rory "deserves" Race to Dubai crown

Sergio Garcia and Marcel Siem still have a mathematical chance of denying Rory McIlroy his second Race to Dubai crown in three years but the Spaniard and his Ryder Cup team mate Lee Westwood reckon the Ulsterman “deserves” to win the Harry Vardon Trophy for his “extraordinary” year.

Garcia and Westwood admit Rory "deserves" Race to Dubai crown