Miguel Angel Jimenez

Lawrie continues solid start to 2015

Three things were abundantly clear after the opening round of the Hero Indian Open at Delhi Golf Club: Peter Lawrie's revival appears to be here to stay; the European Tour is a multinational phenomenon like no other and Miguel Angel Jiménez remains as exciting and entertaining a player as ever, even without the Ryder Cup captaincy.

Lawrie continues solid start to 2015

Hoey slips back as Hend takes control

Michael Hoey's hopes of landing a sixth European Tour win this week faded when he posted a one over 73 in the third round of the True Thailand Classic presented by Black Mountain.

Hoey slips back as Hend takes control

Miguel's Ryder Cup stance: "If I’m elected, I’ll be captain and if not, I’ll be trying to make the team anyway"

What woud you get if you crossed Michael Hoey and Damien McGrane with Miguel Angel Jiménez, the halfway leader in the True Thailand Classic and one of the alternatives to Darren Clarke if you've got a vote for the Ryder Cup captaincy at Wentwort next Wednesday.

Miguel's Ryder Cup stance: "If I’m elected, I’ll be captain and if not, I’ll be trying to make the team anyway"

Dazza v Big Mig: Ryder Cup captaincy decision likely February 18

Unless someone nicks the plane that's scheduled to whisk Paul McGinley from Pebble Beach to London, there should be white smoke emanating from next Wednesday's 2016 European Ryder Cup captaincy pow-wow.

Dazza v Big Mig: Ryder Cup captaincy decision likely February 18

“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

McGinley on Miguel Ángel Jiménez: "His English is perfect, it's just like a thick Kerry accent”

Paul McGinley flees from the idea that he was the perfect captain or that he has turned the Ryder Cup into a poisoned chalice for his successor.

Whoever gets the nod early next year — Miguel Ángel Jiménez and Darren Clarke appear to be the clear front runners for the job at Hazeltine in 2016 providing Thomas Bjorn and Pádraig Harrington don't change their mind about playing again — it will be impossible for any of them to replicate the McGinley formula.

McGinley on Miguel Ángel Jiménez: "His English is perfect, it's just like a thick Kerry accent”

Howell to help decide 2016 European Ryder Cup captain

Two-time Ryder Cup player David Howell has been named as the tournament players' representative on the five-man panel which will select the European Ryder Cup captain for the 2016 Ryder Cup at Hazeltine National in Chaska, Minnesota.

Howell to help decide 2016 European Ryder Cup captain

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

Who will McGinley pick?

With just two events left to decide nine automatic qualifiers for his team ahead of September’s Ryder Cup, European captain Paul McGinley faces some tough decisions over his three wildcard picks.

Who will McGinley pick?

Big Mig wins again as Maybin revives season with ace

A hole-in-one helped Gareth Maybin secure a joint-seventh finish at the Spanish Open and a boost to his hopes of keeping his card as Miguel Angel Jimenez smashed his own record to win on tour at the age of 50.

Big Mig wins again as Maybin revives season with ace

Jaidee downs McDowell as Asia clinch EurAsia Cup tie

Thongchai Jaidee avenged last year's Volvo World Match Play defeat when he beat Graeme McDowell in the singles to help Asia clinch a 10-10 draw in the inaugural EurAsia Cup presented by DRB-HICOM  at the Glenmarie Golf and Country Club in Kuala Lumpur.

Jaidee downs McDowell as Asia clinch EurAsia Cup tie

Smyth gets dual role

Paul McGinley surprised few when he named Des Smyth and Sam Torrance as the first of his Ryder Cup vice-captains. But it's Miguel Angel Jiménez who will be the first to enjoy Smyth's experience when the Drogheda legend serves as his vice-captain for the inaugural EurAsia Cup from March 27-29.

Smyth gets dual role

McDowell set for EurAsia Cup in March

Graeme McDowell, the first of four automatic qualifiers, will be among the biggest names starring for Team Europe at the inaugural EurAsia Cup, writes the European Tour.

After being unveiled as European Captain at a press conference in Hong Kong, Miguel Angel Jiménez announced the first four automatic qualifiers for his ten-man team to face Thongchai Jaidee’s Asian Team at the Glenmarie Golf and Country Club in Kuala Lumpur from March 27-29, 2014.

McDowell set for EurAsia Cup in March

McGrane has warm feeling despite cold putter

Damien McGraneDamien McGrane. Picture: David Lloyd / www.golffile.ieDamien McGrane might have failed to win his second tour title but he still had a warm feeling inside despite being scuppered by a cold putter on the final day of the KLM Open.

Harrington abandons belly as Big Mig leads

Padraig HarringtonPádraig Harrington went back to the conventional putter for the first round of the KLM Open. After 133 days with the belly putter, Padraig Harrington returned to a conventional one for the first round of the KLM Open and used it to salvage a one over 71 from the wreckage of another frustrating round.